Nick Savoy, president of Love Systems, tells you how to be the good guy and get you and your buddy the girl.
LITNET, a South African portal for those who love culture and literature, recently ran an erotic fiction competition for young writers, and we bring you the winner, written in the original Afrikaans and translated into English.
The ancient Greeks called it hysteria. Today we call it “not getting any.” A sex coach reports on her life’s work: curing the “epidemic” of sexually unfulfilled females.
Cougar nights, sex-toy Tupperware-style home parties, lingerie fashion shows and an explosion of online and boutique shopping opportunities for stylish, sleek and multi-functional sex toys have become quite mainstream in a very short period of time.
Promiscuous college students, animal sex, strippers and Centerfold analysis. Some scientists have all the fun…
And we’re back with some more outrageous and hilarious humour. Today, it ranges from dirty thoughts to divorce and from guilty doctors to church drunkards, so here are some great chuckles to keep your week going and your day flowing.
One of the world’s foremost sex researchers meets the female specimen of a lifetime.
He was a TV star. She was a writer. When their love life started adding friends and strangers, things took an odd turn. A true story.
A Sexual State of the union for the modern woman from our favorite female minds.
Masters and Johnson were the first researchers to take sex out of the bedroom and into the laboratory.
Christelle (not her real name) was a beach babe, then a trophy bride and graduated to becoming a real MILF. For the next seven years, she dropped her twins at school, the ponytail at the back of her head as tight and riding as high as her shapely butt in her neon gym shorts.
Susan and Brendan had been dating for a month when they decided to spend a weekend together in the city. They had met in a small town, and while Susan was not completely sold on Brendan, sneaking around the office and having a quickie in the copy room kept her interested. As they unpacked their bags and settled into a dingy hotel, the tension that had mounted during their three-hour drive snapped.