The days of summer may have come and gone, but the same is never said of our sexy stable of headlines.
From dating in the digital age to pleasure hacks and sexual milestones, here are some of our favorite stories this month.
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Summer might be flying by, but that doesn’t mean you should let the headlines do the same!
July is here, which means a new crop of sexy stories to spice up your sunny spirits.
So for your latest installment of reading pleasure, it’s time to check out this month’s steamy edition of sex in the news.
Summer has arrived—which means hot temperatures and even hotter stories…
So slap on the sunscreen and gather round for our latest run-down of the most sizzling headlines this month.
Here’s our June edition of sex in the news, and we guarantee you won’t want to miss it!
The end of May is just around the corner. So it’s time for a healthy dose of sex in the news!
To help you round up the facts on all things sex and pleasure, we’ve gathered a few of our favorite stories that have taken the world by storm this month.
We hope you enjoy the May edition of Sex in the News!
Now through the end of June, you- yes you, can submit your homemade porn films to be shown at this year’s Pornotopia Film Festival.
“All interested filmmakers can submit their content via Pornotopia through June 30th for a chance to be featured in the Pornotopia Film Festival that will be held from November 14th-16th at The Guild Cinema in Albuquerque, New Mexico” says XBIZ. Continue Reading
Recently, researchers from the University of Bristol found in a study that booze really does make you find people more attractive than you would if you were sober. Yes, beer goggles are real— even though most of us have already learned this the hard way.
“Beer goggles,” or “the phenomenon in which one’s consumption of alcohol makes physically unattractive persons appear beautiful.” Continue Reading
As of last week, AB 1576, a bill that will make condom use mandatory on all adult productions in California, passed in the California Assembly. The bare minimum of votes needed to approve a bill is 41 and in this case a 45-14 vote was cast moving AB 1576 to the State Senate for further action. Continue Reading