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"The emergence of the 'pornosexual': internet users who shun sex with real people"

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Submitted by Marnia on

[This may be of interest to some.]

A phenomenon dubbed "pornosexuality" has emerged where people prefer online porn to sex with real people, it has been claimed.

The term describes someone whose "sexual orientation is linked solely to porn", according to Medical Daily.

One self-identified pornosexual quoted by the website said: "If I had to choose to have one or the other for the rest of my life, I would choose porn over real sex any day."

love and sex in Japan

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it's a documentary on Amazon Prime and it is CREEPY as all get-out but proabbly well worth seeing.

I think the rest of the world is getting there, but Japan is ahead of the curve.

Ugh. Includes pay-for-cuddles, the creepist lifesize dolls-as-girlfriends, supposed love gurus and experts who are clueless, and much more.

big masturbation study shows unhappiness with masturbation

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http://www.austin-institute.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/M-word-manusc...

More masturbation correlates with greater unhappiness.

More happiness in a relationship correlates with less masturbation.

And big surprise, LOL (irony here), if people have a lot of partner sex, they tend to masturbate very little.

Who knew???

 

Improvements in gender equality and decades of sex ed have not made women more orgasmic

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Interesting new study finds that - contrary to the sexology advice of the last decades - more masturbation and more partners do not increase women's ability to orgasm during partnered sex. How much do sexologists really understand about human sexuality/orgasm/sexual pleasure and their connections with wellbeing?

"Touch between romantic partners: Being stroked is more pleasant than stroking and decelerates heart rate"

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Abstract

INTRODUCTION:

Touch has been found to entail positive effects in the person receiving it, whereas effects on the person giving touch have previously been unexplored. We investigated whether stroking the partner also is a pleasant experience for the person performing it, and whether it has similar effects on well-being and autonomic nervous function as being stroked or stroking oneself. Furthermore, we compared the hedonic and autonomic nervous effects of stroking the partner and self-stroking.

karezza

Submitted by karezza-lover on

Being new here I begin to learn what´s new and maybe alo contribute some day.
Practising karezza since at least 60 years, I am 86, and I think that my wife is happy to always have a "fresh" husband at her side.
The health-effects on body, skin and all the rest of well-beeing seems to be very positive to both of us.

This only as short introduction, and thanks to Marnia´s help I can now participate here from time to time.

Germany sends best wishes to all everywhere

karezza-lover

A thought-provoking Book and Review

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In the book "Foreign Sperm" by Donald Tyler, some interesting questions are raised regarding the potential of sperm. The heart of Tyler's theory is that foreign sperm, any sperm into a woman, and another male's sperm into a man, cause diseases.

If Tyler is correct on any point, the absence of ejaculation during karezza may be a huge benefit to long term health.

Is There More than One Purpose for the Clitoris?

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A recent expression that the clitoris has one purpose only is as follows: "A woman's body includes a number of super-hot erogenous zones, but you might say many of those are sort of, well, incidental. Not the clit. It's there for fun. Yup, that’s right. The clitoris is the only part of the body designed solely for pleasure. So, while other body parts used for sexual pleasure have at least one other purpose to them, your clit is just there to get you off."

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