To all you city dwellers; late night delivery service isn’t just about pizza or your favorite dish from the Chinese restaurant down the street. For those in a time crunch, condoms are now the new delivery commodity. Founder Talia Frenkel started the 1 hour condom delivery company L. or L. Condoms in her efforts to promote HIV/AIDS awareness and research. In the last decade many surveys taken by high school students in the U.S. have shown a ten percent drop in the number of students who use condoms. We often brush off the consequences of unprotected sex until it is far from too late. Talia’s passion for promoting protected sex stemmed from her career. As a well known photojournalist, she travelled the world and began to form a very strong attachment to those affected by this abundant epidemic. She had a front row seat to photographing tsunamis, earthquakes, many natural disasters, poverty stricken towns, and a plethora of sick individuals. Capturing a multitude of photos and freezing moments in time of those suffering from this disease, Talia invented a way for anyone to able to practice safe sex. Promoting the idea that “…safe sex is our human right.”Read More» Posted by admin | 0 comments
Researchers at The University of British Columbia recently uncovered a dirty little secret to turn men on; fear. Two groups of men were asked to stand on bridges that were lifted 230 ft above sea level. They next had to answer a series of questions given by very provocatively dressed and attractive women. One bridge was unsteady and rickety at best. The other bridge was of sturdy construction. The men perched on the sturdy bridge showed no visible signs of angst when presented with their questions and answered them appropriately and concisely. However, the other group of males had increased signs of anxiety and gave more lurid answers to the women. It seems that fight and flight are not the only two options when presented with dangerous situations. The third option is arousal. Feeling unsteady and panicked can cause a substantial increase in the brain to become more vulnerable; and thus, turned on. We often equate foreplay and fear with whips, floggers, and suspension straps, yet humans have an abundance of stimuli at their anxiety driven back doors. Taking daily worries and anxiety and releasing them in the bedroom can not only create a healthy way of coping with common stressors, but create a whole new facet to the idea of foreplay.Read More» Posted by Lauren | 0 comments
Emily and Menace are back in the studio and cover a lot of ground from body image to sexuality to learning to love the blow job, this Podcast is sure to educate and entertain you.
The two catch up on recent developments, including Menace’s visit to the Taco Bell mecca and the blessed return of Emily’s Facebook page. Wondering what caused our three week Facebook hiatus? Emily explains her struggle with social media censorship.
Also in the studio are Cyan and Nadya of Zivity.com, here to talk erotica, photography and body positivity, among other things. Zivity is an erotic photography website for real people, where models, photographers and fans alike can enjoy and appreciate the art they love.
Zivity features beautiful photography with a wide range of fantasies and scenarios. Want to know the most popular themes? The ladies of Zivity dish on the hottest sets, costumes and fantasies. And speaking of costumes- Emily and Menace’s Hamburglar debate comes back into play! Would Emily “Hamburglar-Suit Up” for her dream man? The answer is still… No!Read More» Posted by Lauren | 0 comments
Surprise, people are actually collecting samples of emotional reactions to first time sexual experiences. A study from Illinois State University, published in the most recent Journal of Sex Research, examined in detail questionnaires filled in by 5,769 university students over the 23-year period between 1990 to 2012. And the results are very encouraging.
For all of us, men and women, losing your virginity has become a significantly better experience over time.
The study set out to examine the gender differences between men and women in the experience of losing your virginity. Not surprisingly, perhaps, “men experienced significantly more pleasure and anxiety than women, whereas women experienced more guilt than men. The largest gender difference found was for pleasure, although the effect size was very large for all three emotions.”Read More» Posted by Lauren | 0 comments