When it comes to anal sex, there are a LOT of myths out there. To help debunk some of the myths around anal, we rounded up a bunch of experts. The truth: Of course, with anal, the elephant in the room is usually about poop. The truth: Not true! Orgasming is much more than just being penetrated in fact, hi, a majority of those with vaginas need external clitoral stimulation to orgasm rather than just penetration , and many pegging toys have built-in vibrators or pockets for vibrators you can use. The truth: It's not normal for pleasurable anal sex to hurt.
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Not all guys are obsessed with sex. Some of my friends and I would honestly rather have their football team win than get laid , are too lazy to deal with getting laid, or don't put so much stock into getting laid. But my friends and I are an abnormal lot. I've come up with reasons to explain why many guys are sex-obsessed. Keep in mind I'm not defending being obsessed with sex.
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Earlier this week, Denmark passed a law making bestiality a criminal offence from July 1st in a move to tackle animal-sex tourism. Bestiality also known as zoophilia is typically defined as relating to recurrent intense sexual fantasies, urges, and sexual activities with non-human animals. At present, there are still a number of countries where zoophilia is legal including Brazil, Mexico, Thailand, Finland, Hungary, and Romania. Over the last few years I have written articles on the psychology of many different types of zoophilia including those who have engaged in sexual activities with dogs cynophilia , cats aelurophilia , horses equinophilia , pigs porcinophilia , birds ornithophilia , dolphins delphinophilia , lizards herpetophilia and insects formicophilia. According to Kinsey, the most frequent sexual acts that humans engaged in with animals comprised calves, sheep, donkeys, large fowl ducks, geese , dogs and cats.
Sex dreams are really common, and everyone — whether they're single, in a relationship or married — has them. Although, a recent study by Bed SOS found men are more likely to report having sex dreams than women, with 53 per cent of male participants having them compared to 44 per cent of women. So why do we have sex dreams, should we feel guilty about them, what are the most common sex dreams, and can men, women and people of all genders have wet dreams and sleep orgasms? We dream for roughly two hours each night, says Dr Keith M.