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A study show that heterosexual men are having way more orgasms during sex than heterosexual women. But according to David Frederick, lead author of the 52,000 participant study, the research found some orgasm gaps along sexual orientation lines that researchers had been unable to confirm before.

Sex – and smooching and snuggling and everything else on the spectrum – is great for your relationship and happiness, but intimate time with your sweetie is also terrific for your physical health.

Sex – and smooching and snuggling and everything else on the spectrum – is great for your relationship and happiness, but intimate time with your sweetie is also terrific for your physical health. Not only does that “loving feeling” get your heart rate up, it can burn calories, too!

Some tips orgasm... only better. Write an erotic story featuring you and your partner, then ask him to read it aloud as he tucks you in. Lack naughty-writing know-how? Commission a sexy tale from the pros at customeroticasource.com.

Tantric sex is an ancient Eastern spiritual practice. Like yoga or Zen, its purpose is enlightenment—and the philosophy transcends the bedroom into all aspects of life.

Separate studies by researchers at the University of Maryland and Konkuk University in Seoul, South Korea, found that mice and rats who had sex more often were also less stressed.
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