Monday, June 25, 2012

An Utterly Imbecilic Sex Post

Time to clean the directory I store the stupid links on sex articles; the ones that websites and magazines have to titillate and draw you in to reading them.  Always amusing, usually bad advice, I try to find an appropriately inappropriate photo to go with them.  With that preamble:

6 Rules for Sex on a Plane

  1. Chose A Seat In The Back Row - But what if you're the pilot?
  2. Make A Plan - But I thought spontaneity was important!
  3. Timing Is Everything - It is best to be there together.
  4. Enter And Exit The Restroom One At A Time - What, we were supposed to use the restroom?  Now you tell us.
  5. Um, Stand Up - Like you have a choice in a plane's restroom.
  6. Make It Snappy - Seven minutes and done? No problem, how about her?
At high risk
Cancer risk on the rise as average woman's breasts are larger than ever before
Women’s breasts are expanding with their waistlines, Ms William told USA Today. The average U.S. bra size has grown from a 34B to a 36C in just a generation. That’s troubling, given that weight gain has been associated with an increased risk of postmenopausal breast cancer.
 Kind of a good news bad news thing.
Not so much

Girls also are hitting puberty earlier than ever before - another trend that increases their long-term breast cancer risk. About 15 per cent of all American girls begin developing breasts at age seven, according to an influential 2010 study in pediatrics.
Seven?  I don't remember anything happening until 6th grade! I blame TV!  That, adequate nutrition.
Breasts today are also under assault from pollutants, Ms William says. Because chemicals such as PCBs and mercury are stored in fatty tissue, they tend to end up in breasts - and breast milk.
 Men Think About Sex Less Than Women Think About Fashion
How many times a day do you think about fashion? According to an online study, women have fashion on the brain 91 times in a given day -- that's more than four times the amount that men think about sex.
Men admit to thinking about sex only about 22 times a day?
Online retailer surveyed British women to see just how many times from sunrise to sunset their minds wandered from the task at hand to fashion, taking into account things like window shopping, perusing online retail sites, noticing a stylish item and even simply daydreaming about that dress you should have bought during Kim Kardashian's eBay sale. 
I demand a recount!

Sorry about this - I couldn't resist
Cliche Confirmed - Touch of a man makes women hot!
"Women showed a temperature increase when they were involved in social contact with the male experimenter," study researcher Amanda Hahn, of the University of St. Andrews, in the United Kingdom, told LiveScience. "In some women they changed by almost a whole degree" Celsius, or 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit.

These changes were subconscious in many of the participants. Figuring out how skin temperature changes in response to stress and other emotional factors could help researchers study arousal non-invasively and develop hands-off lie detectors.

How Porn "Shuts Down" Women's Brains 

The question is whether that is a good thing or a bad thing
In a recent study conducted at the University of Groningen Medical Center performed PET scans on the brains of 12 pre-menopausal women, measuring differences in regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) in the primary visual cortex as the women watched three videos. One video was a documentary on Caribbean marine life, and the other two were "women-friendly" porn films depicting foreplay, manual stimulation, oral sex, and vaginal intercourse.

The researchers found that viewing pornography lead to a decrease in the amount of blood sent to the visual cortex, the part of the brain that processes visual stimuli. This is, of course, the exact opposite of what happens when we watch television or read a blog. Unlike with the blog or the TV show, the brain doesn't take in all of the visual details of a sex scene, and the more explicit the video, the less blood is sent to the visual cortex. (Looks like there's something to the "you'll go blind" threat, afterall.)

The researchers surmised that the blood was diverted to regions of the brain involved in sexual arousal. "You have to realize that the brain wants to spare as much energy as possible, so if some part of the brain is not necessary at a high level of functioning, it immediately goes down," uroneurologist Gert Holstege told LiveScience.
Curiously, they did not compare their results with what happens when men watch porn.

Heart attack more likely during sex with mistress
Your cheatin' heart might just kill you. "Sudden coital death" -- a fatal heart attack during sex -- is more common when a man is with his mistress than when he's with his wife, a new study has found.

Researchers at the University of Florence reviewed the available medical literature on the prevalence of infidelity and its effects. "Unfaithfulness in men seems to be associated with a higher risk of major cardiovascular events," the researchers found. ...

Some may call it karma, but the researchers suggest a guilty conscience, the demands of satisfying a younger woman and the strain of keeping the secret as possible explanations, as reported in the Telegraph. "Several interpersonal, sexual, and biological factors are associated with having extramarital affairs," the researchers said. They also found that unfaithful men display "better sexual functioning" and "larger testis volume."
 Big balls?
Picked up in midweek by the Classical Liberal in "Rule 5 Forever". Wombat-Socho checked in early this week with The Other McCain's Rule 5 list "Exile on Duke Street."

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