Readers of the Sex.com Blog! I need your help determining something! I need to know if this is the dumbest thing in lesbian porn! Continue Reading
According to a new study commissioned to mark the UK DVD release of Neighbours, starring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron, three out of four British women would choose a man with a great big gut over a perfectly chiseled muscle man.
For those of you keeping score, that’s approximately 23 million British, Welsh, Scottish and Northern Irish women that find six packs to be a TURN OFF. Meanwhile, 96% of women reported that they predict a date with a muscle-bound hunk to be a total waste of an evening.
Let’s get one thing straight before you trade in your gym membership for a trough filled with ice cream: the results of this Seth Rogen sponsored study does not mean that women hate men with sinewy…toned…muscular…hot bodies. Hell, as a straight man, I can’t help but get hard thinking about Zac Efron and his hot abs (Seth Rogen has a good joke about it in Neighbors but I forget what it was. Can anyone even remember May 2014 anyway?).
It’s more that women like the fantasy of muscular men but when it comes to real life, a flabby man is the way to go. Why? Because 74% of women in the survey said they’d feel self-conscious taking their clothes off in front of a Zac Efron-style Adonis. His discipline and commitment to making his body better in contrast with their own listlessness.
You must have unshakeable confidence if you’re never self-conscious about your body. It happens to everyone because the society’s standard for the ideal body is not a realistic goal.
Is it any wonder that women feel that a woman who doesn’t give a shit about his own appearance would be less critical of hers? Sadly, that’s not always the case. If you’re a fat slob of a man that doesn’t do anything to tend to himself while critiquing your partner’s appearance, go to Hell.
So while the majority of women would choose Seth Rogen over Zac Efron, I’m curious to know how you guys feel about women.
I think it’s fair to say that by in large, men are shallower than women. But that’s just my hypothesis! Prove me wrong!
Why did I put that last option about having a huge dick in there? You’re all going to vote that your huge dick is the source of infinite confidence and it immediately makes you the most attractive man ever because men who read sex blogs feel the need to overcompensate. Sadly, having a big dick isn’t so great.
[h/t: The Daily Mail]
Being friends with lots of couples sometimes means hearing sex stories from both sides, which sometimes leads to some very interesting findings.
As you can imagine, this is rather useful, considering real life accounts are much more fun to write about.
The most recent finding, though, has got me a little perplexed so I thought I’d instead take it to the sex.com community to act as my little sociology experiment in the form of a couple polls.
Super sex lubricant brand KY thinks that we’re not having enough sex because the stress of our daily routines and our obsession with technology is too distracting for us to have sex.
To get people interested in sex again, they enlisted the help of sexologists, personal trainers and pornstars to develop a sexercise program that will solve all your sexual problems.
The classes were supposedly offered at Buenos Ares’s largest gym complex, with over 5,000 participants hoping to spark an interest in sexual activity and build sexual stamina. However, I did some research on that and there’s no evidence that it actually happened.
I was once told that all trends start in Japan. They then slowly work their way across the continent to Paris, where eventually New Yorkers posing as Parisians bring it back to the Big Apple, and the trend continues to spread until it dies in Los Angeles.
Now, this is not necessarily true of all trends. In fact, it’s probably not true at all. But I personally hope that it is because the latest trend sweeping Japan is adultery (aka cheating).
Ashley Madison, the dating site for people looking for affairs (their tagline: Life is short. Have an affair), has seen its Japanese members skyrocket to a million users in eight-and-a-half months, which is the fastest growth among any of the 37 countries where the adultery site operates.
Adultery is by no means a new phenomenon in Japanese culture. Japan’s male-dominated society has always accepted outlets for married men to have casual sex such as “love hotels”, “soap lands”, and lets not forget that they are the nation that invented Geishas.
Hey guys. I have a question for you. Where’s the love?
You might have heard that Valentine’s Day 2014 is this Friday (February 14th, 2014). Having seen many Valentine’s Days come and go, I’ve come to accept that Valentine’s Day is a very divisive holiday. Some people have been dying to shower their sweetheart with gifts and affection since Christmas. And in some extreme cases, couples are breaking up only to get back together after Friday so that they can skip Valentine’s Day.
Personally, I see Valentine’s Day as a day like any other. On Valentine’s Day, I will wake up at noon, quietly get dressed, collect my things, and hope to God that the strange woman I just slept doesn’t wake up or ever call me.
As you can see, I’m not big on the holiday. That’s why I have a bunch of questions about Valentine’s Day so that I can get a better idea of what my wonderful readers think of Valentine’s Day and how you plan to celebrate (or not). Continue Reading
Reddit’s Ask Me Anything is generally one of the best things to check on the internet (other than Sex.com and the Sex.com Blog, of course). Yesterday, AMA set a new standard of excellence when a man known only as “DoubleDickDude” answered all questions on what it’s like to have two fully functioning penises.
Christmas 2013 is about to wrap up and maybe it’s just me but it’s been another huge letdown. That’s not to suggest that I didn’t some sick material goods that I have absolutely no use for, but it just sucks because sex acts are still considered “inappropriate” gifts.
Now I have to wait a month and a half until Valentine’s Day before receiving a sex act as a gift from my significant others (yes, plural).
So now that you have all your presents piled up and waiting to be re-gifted next year, I’m curious to know what you guys would have really wanted this Christmas.
If you could have had any of these sex acts as gifts this Christmas, which would it have been:
HEY THANKS FOR VOTING.
There’s always Valentine’s Day to get the sex act you wanted this Christmas. And if not Valentine’s Day…there’s always next Christmas.
If the sex act you wanted this Christmas isn’t in that poll, please tell us what you wanted in the comments!
Are you guys psyched for American Hustle?
There are only 11 more days until it’s released (December 20th, 2013) and I haven’t been this excited for a non-porn movie‘s release since The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. If Bradley Cooper and Christian Bale’s wig selection isn’t enough to get you excited about American Hustle then maybe you should know that sexy actresses Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams share a passionate kiss at one point in the movie. Continue Reading
A few days ago, I was reading an XBiz special report called Porn & Condoms: Adult Industry Stands Divided, which obviously surmised the current, “Should condoms be mandatory on porn shoots?” debate within the porn industry.
Since pornstar Cameron Bay contracted HIV, the debate has come to the forefront of industry news.
The belief is that Cameron Bay wouldn’t have contracted HIV if condoms were mandatory on porn shoots.
I’m not here to discuss whether or not condoms should be mandatory. If we were to talk about condoms in porn, I would say that Nina Hartley has it figured it out already. Nina opposes the mandatory condoms in porn, favouring a “condoms optional” policy.
Dating isn’t easy. Especially for music lovers.
There are few things worse as a music lover than going out with someone you like, having a great, getting an invite back to their place, and then… hen you get to their place…you see not only the entire Nickelback discography but Nickelback posters everywhere.
What the heck are you supposed to do once you’re hit with this revelation? Even though the date itself was good, you can’t possibly ever see them again because of their musical taste (which, if I’m being nice about it, is questionable at best).
Are music lovers doomed to make concessions to all their potential mates with terrible musical taste? Or perhaps die alone in a pile of records?
Now that Tastebuds.fm exists, music lovers don’t have to compromise their favorite artists for physical and emotional human love.
I’m sorry to say that it’s that time of year again.
We’ve barely recovered from our Christmas/New Year’s holiday bender and now Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Yes, it’s that wonderful time of year where we are forced to buy discount chocolate, crappy cards, and lie through our teeth when we tell some poor sucker that we “love” them.
Frankly, we don’t care much for Valentine’s Day. With such a talented cast, director Garry Marshall could have done a lot more with the movie (we think). As for the holiday itself, don’t even get us started on our problems with Valentine’s Day.
Instead of a long-winded rant about Valentine’s Day (which may or may not be coming soon to The Sex.com Blog), we’d much rather know more about your feelings by having you answer a bunch of questions.
So please, be honest and vote in our Valentine’s Day poll extravaganza:
British conservative tabloid The Daily Mail reported today that that ChildLine, a free telephone counseling service for children and teens, has had a spike in calls for kids calling after seeing “disturbing” pornography online. They are up to about 50 calls a month on the subject.
ChildLine founder Esther Ratzen says that pornography is warping the minds of young people because they emulate the “disturbing” and “dangerous” behavior. This is precisely the reason why we have age restrictions on pornography. Even as a very sexually active adult I see things on the internet that I cannot possibly understand. However, because I am much, much smarter than a child or teenager I know not to mimic things that are strange and confusing to me.
Childline and National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) are both campaigning for better education on the dangers of pornography exposure to feeble, young minds (which is good and Sex.com fully supports that campaign). They are also working withThe Daily Mail to pressure the UK Government to introduce an automatic block on online pornography.
Here’s where we don’t see eye to eye.