It’s okay to look…

Time for a study break!

He’s a wonderful lover because of his fingers, mouth, sense of humor and desire to please her, but…

She says nothing about his penis. How un-porn like of her!

Kiss of the week!

Have a happy Hump Day!

Normal penis size vs. porn penis size

With their mutton chop sideburns, you can bet some wore leisure suits, and most wore bell bottoms.

With lots of feedback and a willingness to explore…

Each woman is different. You need to find out what works best for she and her own unique clitoris.

Don’t forget the condoms!

Whiskey Dick, is it real?

It takes way more alcohol to keep a good dick down than was previously thought. (more…)

Semen volume?

Relationship advice…

Gross question of the week…

GROSS QUESTION OF THE WEEK:  My boyfriend loves to give me oral sex when I’m having my period. (No vampire jokes, please!) Is this normal? Is it safe for him?


It’s okay to tell him ‘No’

It’s Hump Day!

For a brighter morning, improve your angle the night before

Join the national crusade!

No pills, and nothing to remember or forget

Your girlfriend’s uterus, vagina and bladder, courtesy of the TSA

Transportation Security Administration imaging information. image of a TSA airport scanner

Enough with the anal sex obsession!

How warm and cold impact the scrotum

It’s the cremaster and dartos muscles that cause the testicles to raise and lower. See this post for an explanation of how they work.

Images from WikiMedia Commons.

Watch your boyfriend’s testicles raise up when you caress his inner thighs

Testicles move closer to the body when they are too cold, and further from the body when they are too warm. They also move closer to the body when a man ejaculates. In some men, they move so close to the body during ejaculation that they almost seem to disappear.

There are two different muscle groups that help raise and lower the testicles: the cremaster (skeletal muscle) and the dartos (smooth muscle).


It’s warm, wet and usually private…

We make assumptions about men that we don’t about women

Keepin’ it mutual is always best

Facts about women’s breasts you might not be aware of

More than 90% of women have breasts that are asymmetrical. It is usually the left breast that’s larger. In almost 25% of women, the larger breast is at least one cup size bigger than the other breast. This would be one reason why bra shopping can be a challenge.

See you Monday!

Don’t forget the condoms!

You can’t tell anything about penis size based on other body parts

This week’s best kiss

You can take the man off the farm, but not the…

Hypospadias is a very common male birth defect

Hypospadias is a condition where the urethra (the tube a guy pees through) doesn’t go to the end of the penis. In mild cases, it comes out near the end of the penis, but not quite. In more severe cases, it can come out anywhere from below the head of the penis to the scrotum. (more…)

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