By the way, this article could go for men as well, who sell themselves like cheap suits for women at times when they should not.
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Did anyone else notice that the strip club on Market and Grey streets is back open? I happened to be driving by the former Seductions location, only to see a full parking lot and people walking in. I’m used to seeing just that poor lonely popcorn stand sitting there. I also seen a much higher police presence down Market street than I’m used to.
When did that place open back up as “the Gentlemen’s Club?” Where were all these Brantford pervies going while Brantford had no strip club? And is it just as gross as the old one that people talked about before? Feel free to drop a comment and let everyone know.
I just read an article from Salon.com where they explore the virtues of “a blow job beats no job.” Essentially, out of work middle class women are turning to adult things on Craig’s list or the internet in order to make their ends meet. Is the economy in the US that bad? I can’t imagine, being a woman, having to make that decision… “Do I flip burgers or flip my cell phone and answer this call for a bj?”
Here’s the article, feel free to discuss.
Here’s a subject that will have all the women that know me rolling in the aisles. Men, uhhhh don’t get flirting. I openly admit I don’t “get” flirts, and I’ve never known when women are interested in me or not.
So here comes a Toronto Star article to tell me I’m not alone. One thing that is eye opening is the test.
When presented with the letters LO_AL, men wrote “local” while women chose “loyal.”
Similarly, BE_A_E was ” became” to men, and “beware” to the women.
Now here’s the thing. I just passed this test out among my djs and three of them responded with the answers LOLRophynAL and BERAPE.
Should I be concerned about lawsuits? Like sexual harassment?
Well, maybe I’ll be okay.
Those girls hitting the books can’t hit it in the sack, a new survey shows.
A German survey found that the more educated a woman was, the less likely it was that she would be satisfied by sex.
In the study 62 per cent of women who had completed their education said they often had problems achieving orgasm.
Only 38 per cent of women with a lower educational qualification said they had such problems.
The study conducted by a German lifestyle website surveyed over 2,000 women between the ages of 18 and 49.
So, let’s take this into perspective:
This girl is probably not that good in bed.
This girl, on the other hand, is likely fantastic in the sack.
This girl doesn’t stand a chance. Ask Bill, he knows.
One more minute may be the difference between an “adequate” lover and an unsatisfactorily short performer, according to a new survey in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
The survey of sex therapists found that three to seven minutes was “adequate” time for sexual intercourse between a man and a woman, while two minutes or less was “too short.” Still, it’s “desirable” to last seven to 13 minutes, although you’re at risk of going “too long” somewhere between 10 and 30 minutes, the survey concluded.
The results suggest that most people have “unrealistic” expectations about sexual performance, study authors led by Eric Corty from Pennsylvania State University’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences, concluded.
“The results from the present study, by providing a realistic not a fantasy model of sexuality, are useful both in treating people with sexual concerns and dysfunctions, and, with wider circulation, in preventing the onset of sexual dysfunctions,” the study said.
Researchers surveyed 50 members of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research in the U.S. and Canada, selected randomly from a group of 180 with at least three years of clinical experience. Just 34 returned their surveys, below “the level at which one can be reasonably confident that a sample will be representative of a population,” the authors noted.
Editor’s Note: If I only went two minutes or less, I’d cry. I thought like 10 minutes was just average….. have I been going to long?!?!?! It must be a macho guy thing.