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This New Natural Testosterone Booster Has Men Everywhere Raving

It's a disturbing thought, one that usually hits after an unexpected physical challenge — like weaker workouts, slower recovery, or not performing in the bedroom the way you used to.
And though you may not "feel old," you know you don't look or feel like the man you used to be.
The issue? You might not have enough free testosterone
A person's bloodstream contains two types of testosterone: bonded testosterone and free testosterone. Bonded testosterone attaches to molecules in the body and is mostly ineffective. However, free testosterone can enter your cells easily and plays a vital role in libido, strength, stamina, and vitality.
While the market is flooded with questionable options for increasing a man's free testosterone levels, a group of researchers in Boston, Massachusetts have developed a dietary supplement that's different. It triggers the body to increase its levels of free testosterone naturally and safely.
Called Nugenix, the supplement primarily relies on an ingredient called Testofen®, which has been shown in clinical trials to boost free testosterone levels, increase sex drive, and improve libido. Adding to Nugenix's potency are additional key ingredients like zinc and vitamins B12 and B6, which have been shown to improve physical performance and strength, increase drive, and aid in recovery.
Nugenix has no harmful side effects, and has been shown to deliver improvements in strength and endurance in as little as a week. According to studies held in both Irvine, California and Queensland, Australia, users reported greater muscle definition and quicker recovery times, increased sex drive, and feelings of alertness.

Men Want Cuddles but Women Prefer Sex


Researchers have found that acts of affection like hugs and kisses were more important to men than women.

And for women, sex tends to get better over time - after a couple has been together about 15 years.

Researchers surveyed over 1,000 couples from five different countries who had been in relationships for between one and 51 years. Men who reported frequent kissing and cuddling were three times as happy, on average, as those who had less snuggling with their wives or girlfriends. Women, meanwhile, said that such shows of affection had very little impact on their happiness.

Both men and women reported their sex lives improving the longer their relationship had lasted. But men were more likely to say they were happy with their relationship while women were more likely to report being satisfied with the sex. The survey of couples from the US, Germany, Spain, Japan and Brazil was carried out by researchers from the Kinsey Institute at America's Indiana University.

Lead author Julia Heiman said that the first 15 years of a relationship may be emotionally draining for women while they are raising children. As they get older, they have fewer pressures.

"It's possible that women became more sexually satisfied over time because their expectations change or life changes when their children grow up," the Telegraph quoted Heiman.

"The period of less satisfaction seems to overlap with the period of raising children, during which other things really take a focus," added Heiman.
The findings about intimacy were the opposite of what researchers had expected, she revealed.

She said: "We became interested in relationships that endure and how might we begin to understand them.

"Cuddles were more important to men in predicting the degree of happiness. The really useful message is we should not make presumptions about the genders."

"Because there''s no way to be sure we're going to be right in any way."
The study has been published in journal Archives of Sexual Behaviour.

Top 10 Super Sex Treats To Give Him


Supertricks to get intimate1. When he leans in for a kiss, pull the back of his head closer to you with your hands. Lightly tug on his hair as you kiss to reinforce the message that you can't get enough of his mouth on yours.

2. Just before you go down on him, lick your lips and whisper in his ear that you can't wait to taste him.

3. As you're hanging out in bed doing your normal thing-maybe watching a movie or reading-suddenly roll over, lie on top of him, and writhe your entire body against his through your clothes.

4. Pin his hands above his head, and use only your breasts to give his chest a sexy rubdown. Put a dab of lotion on your nipples to enhance the skin-on-skin sensation.

5. Give him a real-life wet dream: invite him to join you in the shower, and then surprise him by getting on your knees and taking his penis into your mouth. The warm stream of water against his back combined with the warmth of your mouth will feel so good, he'll need to brace himself against the shower bar to stay standing.

6. While you're making out, take two of his fingers and press them against the outside of your underwear so he knows just how wet he's getting you.

7. As he's giving you oral, rock your hips in rhythm to his movements, and lift your lower half toward him to show just how into it you are.

8. Push your guy down on the bed with his arms by his sides and straddle him so that your knees lightly pin his forearms against his body. Tantalise him by showing peeks of skin for a few seconds while simultaneously circling your hips like you're riding him cowboy-style.

9. Sneak up behind your guy while he's on the phone and reach around to grab his penis. Use a firmer, underhand grip to re-create the way he touches himself while giving him warm, breathy kisses from just below the earlobe to that ultra-sensitive spot where the bottom of his neck meets the top of his back.

10. Give him an F-me-now kiss: stroke the back of his neck with one hand, grab his butt with the other, and press your boobs into his chest and your pelvis against his.

Top 10 Tips for a Better Sex Life



If 80 is the new 50, then 50 must be the new 30. No, it's not a math lesson but what a large number of urban women seem to be thinking. The growing queues in front of designer shops and med spas that offer nips, tucks and lasers for chin hair bear testimony to the fact that as we get older we are looking better than ever before. But here's something I don't get: surely the plan is not to meekly go to the grave with a trim body. 

1. Sexuality is a state of mind. If the mind is willing, the body will perform!

2. Feeling sexy is a delicate balance of emotional and physical issues. Being fit and healthy is as important as the gracious acceptance of the ageing process.

3. Don't let the youth brigade stress you out. Sexuality is in your head and to have a good sex life you need to feel beautiful within.

4. Sex is not only about penetration. Despite the wrinkles and greying hair, you are still sexy inside. It's about feeling good, wanted and loved.

5. Get physical. Yes, Indian men are not very tactile, but learn to touch and caress; hug and kiss. Just the physical proximity will give you a sense of well-being.

6. Communication is king. Now that you are older, you should be comfortable enough to discuss your sexual preferences as well as your fantasies with your partner.

7. Older means freer-so be flexible-mentally. Experiment, be spontaneous and forget all the rigid rules of the past.

8. Be patient and savour the sex. As you get older it takes longer! So, linger, explore and rejoice.

9. Pay attention to your partner's needs. The more you give the more you will receive.

10. Accept slowing down. If it doesn't quite happen as you expect it to, it's ok. Everyone but everyone has had an encounter with lackadaisical libidos. Always remember that sex is good. Even when it's bad it's good!

Talking to Men Makes Woman Glow


Talking to men makes woman glow
A mere social interaction with a man can bring a glow to a woman's face, a new study has found that may lead to the development of new thermal imaging technology to monitor levels of stress and emotions.

Researchers at the University of St Andrews found that even non-sexual contact with men caused a noticeable rise in the temperature of a woman's face.


The team, which used thermal imaging to detect changes in heterosexual women during their meetings with other people, found that even without noticing, a woman's face would heat up in the company of the opposite sex.

The findings, published in Biology Letters, could be used in the development of thermal imaging to monitor levels of stress and emotion in future, for example in lie detection tests, the researchers said.

Amanda Hahn, who led the study, said researchers measured skin temperature on a woman's hand, arm, face and chest when they interacted with men.

They found the most dramatic increase occurred in a woman's face, where temperatures rose by an entire degree in some cases," she said.


"This thermal change was in response to simple social interaction, without any experimental change to emotion or arousal. Indeed our participants did not report feeling embarrassment or discomfort during the interaction," she was quoted as saying by the BBC.

The study shows that gender alone influenced the reaction of women, who showed very little response to interaction with other women, she added.

"We are only just beginning to understand the potential uses of thermal imaging in medicine and it can be very useful in areas of national security, where changes in skin temperature can be gauged as part of lie detection tests," added Prof David Perrett, who was also part of the research.

The next goal, the team said, is to work out whether or not these physiological changes are detected by others and whether they affect social interactions.

Get a Top 7 Health Boost in Bed


You know sex feels good and does wonders for your mood, but did you know that it benefits your health (his too!) in a number of not-so-obvious ways? 

The reason, according to scientists, is that during lovemaking, our bodies produce a cascade of hormones (and other biological changes) that can ease pain, lower cancer risk, boost immunity and even offset menopausal symptoms. Taking care of your health has never been so much fun. 

IT REDUCES CHRONIC PAIN
Next time you have a headache, just say yes. Stimulation of 
your clitoris and vaginal walls triggers the release of endorphins, corticosteroids and other natural painkillers. The benefit, which begins before you orgasm, can linger for up to 2 days, says Barry Komisaruk, PhD, a Rutgers University psychology professor and co-author of The Science of Orgasm. In his research, he found that women could withstand painful pressure to their fingers while they were stimulated with sex toys; during orgasm, pain tolerance doubled. And self-stimulation through the front wall of the vagina, where some find their G-spot, increases pain tolerance by up to 50%, reports Komisaruk. 

IT LOWERS BREAST CANCER RISK
During arousal and orgasm, your levels of 'happiness' hormones rise. Two of these-oxytocin and DHEA-may help keep breasts cancer-free. One study showed that women who have sex more than once a month have a lower risk of developing breast cancer than those who are less sexually active. And Greek researchers found that men who had at least 7 orgasms a month in their 50s lowered chances of developing male breast cancer. 

IT GIVES YOUR HEART A WORKOUT
Cardiologists rank intercourse as a mild-to-moderate-intensity exercise that enhances heart health as well as brisk walking does. As with any workout, the more vigorous you are, the more your heart benefits. The positions you try matter too; being on top is especially cardiac-friendly because it usually requires more effort. Orgasm delivers a bonus: at your peak moment, your heart rate may hit 110 beats per minute, comparable to what you might achieve when walking quickly or jogging.

IT PROTECTS HIS PROSTATE
Catholic priests have an elevated chance of dying of prostate cancer and studies point to celibacy as a factor. In 2003, research on middle-aged Australian men found that those who averaged at least 4 ejaculations a week had a one-third lower chance of developing prostate cancer than those who had fewer. "When you drain the pipes, as it were, you have less clogging," says Irwin Goldstein, MD, head of sexual medicine at Alvarado Hospital. Though the results of the study were clear, the reasons they occurred were not, says Goldstein, who calls for more research. 

IT LOWERS STRESS
Got a big presentation coming up at work? A 2005 study found that men and women who had engaged in intercourse in the 2 weeks before a stressful day had an easier time while speaking in public or solving verbal math problems. During their presentations, their systolic blood pressure (the first number in a blood-pressure read Ltding) increased less and then dropped back to its normal level at a faster rate than that of people who had no sexual relations or had other forms of sex, including noncoital interactions or masturbation. One theory about why this occurs is that intercourse requires more complex brain activity; another idea is that it stimulates a number of important nerves not triggered during other sexual activity.

IT REVS UP YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
Research from Wilkes University showed that college students who engaged in sex once or twice a week had 30% higher levels of infection-fighting antibodies than did their abstinent classmates. In 2004, German scientists produced similar results: blood tests showed that arousal and orgasm in men increased levels of certain pathogen-fighting white blood cells. The effect is comparable to that of other stress-busting activities, such as exercise and listening to music, which also boost secretion of certain proteins that defend the body against infection. 

IT DEFEATS MENOPAUSAL DRYNESS
Scientists in New Jersey found that postmenopausal women who had sexual relations more than 10 times a year had less evidence of vaginal atrophy than those who reported less frequent sex. That's a sign of healthy tissues, says Sandra Leiblum, PhD, a New Jersey sex therapist who helped conduct the study. Arousal brings blood to the vagina, which delivers nutrients and oxygen. Keep using this part of your body and you'll help prevent the tissue from becoming thinner and less elastic as you age, so intercourse can remain comfortable and pleasurable.

World's First Sex School Opens

World's first sex school opens in Austria

World
While many people may think it's an activity which should be best learned behind closed doors, an enterprising Swedish schoolmistress thinks otherwise.

Ylva-Maria Thompson has opened the world's first international sex school for teaching the art of being better lovers, the Daily Mail reported.



The Austrian International Sex School in Vienna offers 'hands on' lessons in seduction for 1,400 pounds a term. The 'headmistress' says anyone over the age of 16 can enrol at 'the world's first college of applied sexuality'.


Students of the course are expected to stay in a co-ed dormitory block where they're expected to practice their 'homework'. By the end of their course, they are awarded a qualification.

The school head said: "Our core education is not theoretical, but very practical. The emphasis is on how to be a better lover.

"Sexual positions, caressing techniques, anatomical features. And we teach people hands on."

School's spokesperson Melodi Kirsch exuded confidence that the school would be a great success.

The school, however, has already turned controversial in Austria with it raunchy advertisments showing a couple making love having already invited ban by Austrian TV.

Top 7 Most Dead-On Love Tips

Sure, we give lots of great love advice every month-so how can we top that? By putting together our greatest hits: A list of the most dead-on tips we've ever heard.

We assembled an all-star team of psychologists, counsellors, researchers, and matchmakers to spill their secrets to making that complicated-but-wonderful guygirl thing actually work. They outlined five major love stages, each with its share of speed bumps, and supplied keys to navigating them-35 in all. Because, hey, even if you're not exactly sure where you're going together, shouldn't you at least enjoy the trip?

1)  Don't sleep with a guy on the first date if you want the best shot at some kind of future with him. Yes, plenty of relationships do start that way, but you risk being put into the one time-fling category.

2)  Never pretend to be into a guy's hobbies. Your true colors will come out.

3)  Enjoy the moment when you're on dates. That means no discussing the future with him or worrying Is he The One? by date four. For the first month or so, your only job is to have fun.

4)  Focus on your own pleasure in bed. If you're too busy showing off your skills, you'll forget to enjoy yourself (and rob him of the pleasure of driving you wild).

5)  Sit or stand side by side with your man while doing things together whenever possible. Men typically feel more relaxed and intimately connected in this position than when you're directly facing each other.

6)  Spend equal-if not more-time with your friends in the first few months of dating. Guys often rush into a relationship, then suddenly cry, "This is moving too fast!" You have to apply the brakes.

7)  Keep your options open for at least three months before deciding to be exclusive. You need a minimum of 90 days to even begin to know what someone is really like.

How to Stay Intimately Connected


Couple enjoying time together
Get a little frisky between the sheets
Perhaps the sexiest health news ever: regular orgasms provide remarkable physical benefits. People who have more frequent sex have lower blood pressure, half the risk of fatal heart attacks, sounder sleep, less pain, and better immunity. No surprise: their marriages benefit too. And remember, getting hot and heavy can burn lots of calories. 


Double your pleasure
When you are not in bed, spend the weekend hanging out with your partner. According to a just-published study in the Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, people who spent Friday evening to Sunday afternoon leisurely with loved ones experienced better moods, greater vitality, and fewer aches and pains. Schedule a recreation that's new to both of you-whether learning to play tennis or attending a modern dance performance. Novel experiences stimulate brain growth.

Dance with your star
Take some lessons with your spouse. Points out Dilshad Patel, dance/movement therapist and wellness consultant, Mumbai, "Dancing is a form of non-verbal communication that bonds two people at a deeper level. We have an innate ability to express emotion and thoughts through the body." Dancing can be a good workout and fun. It also enhances physical, spacial, social and emotional awareness. "When words fall short, the movement says it all," Patel adds. She has seen couples come closer by dancing together. One couple who had not given themselves any fun time together salvaged their chemistry through dance. "When they started, I could see their bodies were not synchronised. Through practice not only did their dancing skills improve but their communication became stronger," says Patel. 

Double your pleasure
Enlist your couple friends to join the venture. Having your friends involved will both add to the fun and enhance your commitment to learning the steps.

Women Have More Sexual Fantasies


Women have more sexual fantasies
Women have more sexual fantasies during the fertile periods of the month, says a new study.

Researchers at the University of Lethbridge have found that single women experience more sexual fantasies on average during the most fertile part of their menstrual cycles compared to the rest of the month.

"I wanted to study fantasies because they are not constrained by the presence or absence of a partner, so the increase in fantasies and also the increase in how arousing those fantasies were is a reflection of this increased interest in sex mid cycle," the 'Daily Mail' quoted Samantha Dawson, who led the study, as saying.

For their study, the researchers analysed 27 heterosexual women aged between 18 and 30 who were not in a relationship or on hormonal birth control. Each was asked to fill in a daily online diary about their sexual fantasies for one month.


They worked out the 10-day window when each woman was most fertile by counting back from their last periods. During this window the women took a urine test that detected the exact day of ovulation (when an egg is released from one of the ovaries ready to be fertilised).

When analysing the results, they found women reported an average 0.77 fantasies a day. However, during the three days around ovulation this increased to 1.3 per day and the fantasies involved a higher proportion of men.

"Women prefer someone whom they are able to receive genes from -- hence why the number of men in the fantasies increases at ovulation," Dawson said. .

The women were also more likely to focus on the emotional content of their fantasy during their fertile period rather than the visual, which is seen as more of a male characteristic, the study revealed.

Writing in the 'Archives of Sexual Behaviour' journal, Dawson concluded: "Sexual fantasies were significantly more frequent during ovulation than during non-fertile phases.

These results support other research that has suggested that peak fertility coincides with increased sexual desires, arousability, and sexual motivation in women."

Women are more Moral than Men


Women are more moral than men
A research has confirmed what women have for long been claiming -- they are more moral than men.

The study, based on a survey which measured responses to questions about honesty, found women to be more moral than men, with those over 30 years having the strongest values, the 'Daily Mail' reported.

The study, by a leading philosopher, also showed that females are more likely to make decisions based on how they impact on others.

In fact, Prof Roger Steare has based his conclusions on a "Moral DNA test" which he developed four years ago to measure both a person's morality and changes in their value systems when they enter the workplace.

Since then 60,000 volunteers have taken the questionnaire in more than 200 countries, ranging from chief executives to manual workers and housewives.


Those taking the test are asked to rate a series of statements about their personal and work life -- for example, whether their colleagues or family would say they were "honest" or "competent". 

They then have to evaluate assertions about themselves, such as "I always honour people's trust in me" and "I am good at exercising self-control". Those taking part then receive a report naming them as one of six personality types: Judge, Philosopher, Angel, Teacher, Enforcer or Guardian.

Professor Steare said: "Women prefer to make their decisions based on how it impacts others -- which tends to produce better decisions -- while men have a more individual approach and are more self-interested.

"What this shows is that when it comes to work men have to grow up, put their ego to one side and show some humility and compassion -- qualities they all too often have in their personal lives but put to one side when they walk into office.

"What stood out from the answers was that obedience decreased with age, while reason increased -- a logical occurrence as we make the transition from youth to experience. Interestingly the crossover point occurs around our mid- thirties, which is when we mature as adults."

Pillow Talk as Important as Sex


Pillow talk as important as sex
Men, please note -- pillow talk after a passionate night does matter to ladies. In fact, it's as important for a healthy relationship as sex.

Researchers at the University of Michigan have carried out the study and found that women whose partners nod off to sleep after being intimate are actually left feeling insecure and wanting attention.

The study has found that cuddling and talking after sex is a crucial way for a couple to express their commitment to each other, the 'Daily Mail' newspaper reported.


The researchers have based their findings on an analysis of 456 people who were surveyed for the study.

Lead researcher Dr Daniel Kruger said that the study of couples' sleeping patterns found men often fell asleep first.

Dr Kruger said: "When their partner feel asleep first, they craved that bonding time, for expressions of affection and endearment, and felt it was lacking. "A woman could be pregnant. Although with contraception that may not be the case anymore, we still have this psychology, and the post-coital time is when the couple makes promises to each other and establish commitment.  "The time couples spend together after sex might be as important as what happens before it in terms of building the relationship yet it has rarely been studied."

The researchers claim that men may have developed a tendency to fall asleep first to avoid any conversations about commitment.

"For men, in evolutionary terms there's more of an incentive to have other sexual partners to advance their reproductive success whereas for women there is more incentive to secure the relationship," he said.

The findings have been published in the 'Journal of Social, Evolutionary and Cultural Psychology'.

Pomegranate Boosts Sexual Desire

Drink Pomegranate Juice Daily to Boost Sexual Desire

Pomegranate boost sexual desire
Want to boost your sex drive? Forget pills. Just drink a glass of pomegranate juice daily -- at least for 15 days, says a new study.


Researchers at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh have found that men and women who drank a daily glass of the fruit juice for a fortnight experienced a surge in the hormone testosterone, which increases sexual desire in both genders.



The study involved 58 volunteers aged between 21 and 64.

By the end of the fortnight both sexes had seen "significantly increased" testosterone levels. For men this affects traits such as facial hair, a deep voice and greater sexual urges.

It is also produced in female adrenal glands and ovaries, raising a woman's sex drive and strengthening bones and muscles, says the study.



As a side effect, increased testosterone can help raise mood and memory and even relieve stress such as "pre-match nerves" or stage fright, according to the researchers.





The Edinburgh research measured testosterone levels, blood pressure and, using a scientific scale, levels of 11 emotions including fear, sadness, guilt, shyness and self- assurance, the 'Daily Mail' reported.



Testosterone levels increased between 16 per cent and 30 per cent among the subjects, while blood pressure plummeted.

Positive emotions rose and negative feelings fell.

Previous research on pomegranate juice has found it full of antioxidants which can help ward off heart diseases and help blood circulation.

40 Wildest Sex Secrets Revealed


wildest sex secrets revealedPolled more than 1,000 men to find out exactly what it takes to flip their switches. We couldn't resist tossing out some outrageous questions too, like what pet names they have for their privates. (Um, the Banana Stand?) Just wait till you see all the fascinating stuff these guys shared...


1. In an ideal world, how often would you have sex?
A few times a week: 46%
Every day: 35%
More than once a day: 14%

2. What's the most number of times you've had sex in one day?

Three: 32%
Five or more: 28%
Four: 23%
Two: 15%
One: 2%


3. How long do you need to recover between rounds of sex before you're ready to go again?
Twenty minutes to an hour: 50%
Less than twenty minutes: 36%
Several hours: 13%
Up to a day or longer: 1%

4. What's the sexiest way for a girl to let you know she's in the mood?

Brushing a finger over my package and giving me a look: 45%
Kissing me deeply with tongue: 24%
Sending me a dirty text: 20%
Slowly beginning to strip: 11%


5. In an ideal world, how long would foreplay last?
Ten to fifteen minutes: 32%
Five to ten minutes: 28%
Fifteen to twenty minutes: 19%


6. In an ideal world, how long would vaginal intercourse last?
Ten to fifteen minutes: 29%
Fifteen to twenty minutes: 28%
More than twenty minutes: 24%


7. Outside the bedroom, where in the house is your fave place to get down?
On the couch: 38%
In the shower: 28%
In front of the bathroom mirror: 13%
On the kitchen counter: 13%
On the floor: 8% 

8. What's your all-time favourite sex act?
Vaginal intercourse: 47%
Receiving oral sex: 15%
Sixty-nine: 14%
Performing oral sex: 10%
Performing anal sex: 4%

9. What's your favourite sex position?

Girl on top: 35%
Doggie-style: 32%
Reverse cowgirl: 15%
Missionary: 14%
Spooning: 4%


10. Choose the type of sex you prefer:
Slow and passionate: 63%
Fast and aggressive: 37%


11. What's the hottest thing a girl can wear to bed?
Boy shorts and a tank top: 40%
Nothing at all: 34%
A silky negligee: 22%
Sweatpants and a T-shirt: 4%


12. What about to seduce you?
A sexy little black dress: 32%
Lingerie: 24%
Skinny jeans with a breast-y top: 21%


13. Which is a bigger problem for you in the bedroom?
Not lasting long enough: 42%
I don't have any problems: 24%
Lasting too long: 18%
Going soft inside her: 10%
Not being able to get it up: 6%


14. When you have a penis problem in bed, how do you want your girlfriend to respond?
"Hey, no big deal-you've still got a tongue and fingers, don't you?": 56%
"Don't worry, we don't have to hook up tonight. You want a massage?": 26%
I don't want her to mention it: 14%
"It's a cliché because it's true-it really does happen to all guys. Let's see what's on TV.": 4%

15. How long do you expect to wait before having sex with a new girl you've just started seeing?

Three dates: 45%
Five dates or more: 26%
Two dates: 12%
Four dates: 11%
One date: 6%

16. Will you sleep with a woman on a first date?

Yes: 68%
No: 32%


17. If you sleep with a woman on a first date, what are the chances that you'll ask for a second date?
Only if the date was fun: 50%
Very likely: 27%
Not very likely/Not gonna happen: 15%
Only if the sex was good: 8%


18. How often do you watch porn?
At least once a week: 46%
Several times a month: 20%
Rarely or never: 14%
At least once a day: 6%


19. How do you feel about watching porn with a girlfriend or wife?
I love it: 72%
I'm not crazy about it: 28%


20. Do you have a name for your penis?
No: 87%
Yes: 13%


21. Some names:
The Banana Stand
Big Guy
Maxxx
Hulk
Abner
The Snake
The Rocket
Little Man
MegaMan
Big Lefty


22. Have you ever measured your penis?
Yes: 74%
No: 26%

23. If yes, did you measure length, width, or both?

Measured length only: 55%
Measured both width and length: 45%


24. What makes a woman incredible and unforgettable in bed? The 10 most common answers:
Enthusiasm
Confidence
Passion
Knowing
Willing
Love
Dirty
Enjoying
Eye Contact
Connection


25. If you're not crazy about it, why not?
I'm worried she'll be upset or offended by what I like: 48%
Porn is my escape: 39%
She's into porn that I'm not into: 13%

26. Ideally, how much time should a woman spend going down on you?

Five minutes or less: 41%
Until I orgasm: 33%
More than five minutes: 26%


27. How often would you prefer a woman go down on you before sex?
Sometimes: 36%
Most of the time: 35%
Every time: 18%
Once in a while: 10%
Never: 1%


28. How often would you prefer to go down on a woman before sex?
Most of the time: 39%
Sometimes: 27%
Every time: 25%
Once in a while: 7%
Never: 2%


29. The key to amazing oral sex is...
Enthusiasm: 45%
Also using your hands: 22%
Showing the balls some love too: 13%
Deep-throating: 11%
Lots of saliva: 5%
Paying attention to my back door: 4%


30. Will you have sex with a woman when she's on her period?
Yes: 62%
No: 38%


31. What do you want her to do to your nipples during sex?
Leave them alone: 50%
Kiss, lick, and suck them: 42%
Bite and pinch them: 8%

32. Do you like it when a woman puts her finger in your back door?

No: 59%
Yes: 21%
If that's what she's into: 20%


33. What are some items on your ultimate sex checklist?
Sex on the beach: 71%
Getting oral sex while driving: 69%
Making a sex tape: 52%
Partner swapping: 16%

34. Would you ever want to participate in a threesome?

Yes, and I haven't done it yet: 61%
No, and I've never done it: 21%
Yes, and I've done it before: 16%
No, and I've done it before: 2%


35. Would you ever want to perform anal sex?
Yes, and I've done it before: 44%
Yes, and I haven't done it yet: 26%
No, and I've never done it: 22%
No, and I've done it before: 8%


36. What's your favourite 69 position?
I'm on the bottom; she's on top: 77%
We're on our sides: 12%
I'm on top; she's on the bottom: 9%


37. Do you like to role-play in bed?
Yes, and I haven't done it yet: 43%
No, and I've never done it: 26%
Yes, and I've done it before: 25%
No, and I've done it before: 6%

38. What's the hottest character for a girl to dress up as?

Schoolgirl: 32%
Secretary: 16%
Nurse: 13%
Teacher: 12%


39. What position gives you the hottest view of her body?
Girl on top: 68%
Doggie-style: 17%
Reverse cowgirl: 13%
Spooning: 2%


40. What do you really want to hear during dirty talk in the bed?
What she wants me to do to her: 55%
Whatever pops into her head: 25%
What I'm doing that's so hot: 20%

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