Is VICTORIAN sex the key to a more passionate love life? Controversial technique from the 19th century promises to improve any relationship
- The practice of karezza encourages a focus on intimacy rather than orgasm
- The phrase, which is taken from the Italian word for 'caress', was coined by Chicago obstetrician and gynecologist Dr. Alice Bunker Stockham in 1896
- By not having a 'finish line' couples will experience sexual energy for longer
Sometimes in a relationship, sex can get a little stale.
It’s perfectly normal, but as a sex writer the number one question I get asked is ‘how do I get those first time feelings back?’ The honest truth is that you can’t. There’s no way of making things totally new again. But there are plenty of ways of making them deeper, more passionate and more exciting than ever before. And isn’t that just as good?
[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."
Our webmaster hadn't gotten around to getting us "certified." All should be well now.
The first of these is a lay article about research from Emery University published in Nature.
Falling in love is like being 'high' on drugs: Meeting somebody special activates the same brain cells as illegal substances
The second is from a team in China.