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By dan 11 months ago 121 Views No comments

Lose weight, gain your libido!

It's January and let's face it, most of us have piled on the pounds.

By Monique 11 months ago 163 Views No comments

Women enjoy chocolate more than sex

A new survey has emerged suggesting that women would rather eat chocolate than make love.

By Monique 11 months ago 139 Views No comments

Carla Bruni wants more sex

France's first lady has complained that she doesn't get enough sex because her husband has such a busy schedule.

In a revealing new book about Barack Obama's presidency, it's claimed that Carla Bruni made the confession to her American counterpart Michelle.

She reportedly said that Nicolas Sarkozy is too busy running the country to make love to her as much as she'd like.

The author Jonathan Alter also included an anecdote in his book The Promise: President Obama, Year One that suggested the French couple were late to a meeting with a head of state because they were getting jiggy.

"Bruni wanted to know if, like the Sarkozys, Michelle and the president had ever kept anyone waiting that way," he wrote. "Michelle laughed nervously and said no."

Ms Bruni is a former model, having worked for fashion houses such as Christian Dior, Chanel and Versace. She married the French president in February 2008.

By Monique 11 months ago 113 Views No comments

Frequent sex lovers 'more likely to cheat'

Men who value regular sex are more than twice as likely to cheat compared to those who don't see nookie as a huge priority, according to a new survey.

Online dating service Parship found that 34 per cent of guys who see frequent intercourse as a vital part of their relationships have played away.

By contrast, just 13 per cent of men who say they don't need regular bedroom action to feel content have been unfaithful.

Perhaps men who demand regular sex are looking elsewhere because they're not getting enough at home.

That's the excuse that Ashley Cole used to explain away his infidelities, claiming that his sex life with Cheryl suffered when her mum moved into their home.

The survey also revealed that men who believe in love at first sight are more likely to stray than those who think falling in love happens over time.

Dr Nafsika Thalassis, Parship's singles coach, said the results suggest that there is a close relationship between infidelity and impulsiveness.

By Monique 11 months ago 111 Views No comments

Chlamydia 'more common among men'

New research has shown that chlamydia is more common among men than women, yet fewer men are tested for sexually-transmitted infections (STIs).

According to Lloydspharmacy, some 13 per cent of men who bought chlamydia testing kits had a positive result, compared to six per cent of women.

However, just 28 per cent of guys have been screened for STIs - a significantly lower proportion that the 38 per cent of women who have been tested.

The survey also showed that men are more likely to have unprotected sex, with 13 per cent admitting to sleeping with more than one person without a condom in the last five years, compared to seven per cent of girls.

Clare Kerr, head of sexual health at Lloydspharmacy, said the results of the research were "worrying".

"Many STIs don't have any obvious symptoms, so men could be putting both themselves and their partners at risk by delaying tests," she remarked.

The publication of the survey comes after experts at the Health Protection Agency warned that gonorrhoea was becoming more difficult to treat due to people's growing resistance to the antibiotics used to combat it.

By Monique 11 months ago 100 Views No comments

Sex in the woods? Not any more

If you're a fan of al fresco sex, then love-making in the forest may be at the top of your fantasy list.

Unfortunately couples living near Darwen in Lancashire have one less place to go to fulfil this particular desire.

Councillors have cut down 6,000 trees across a 12-hectare site on the outskirts of the town following complaints that people were having sex among them.

According to the Lancashire Telegraph, the felling was initially ordered after a health and safety survey found the trees were at risk of falling down.

But the decision was helped along by claims that the area was a popular 'dogging' hotspot.

Sergeant Mark Wilson from the neighbourhood police team said: "It's an ongoing problem and very worrying for members of the public."

He also said officers will be paying close attention to the area now that the trees have been cut back, so al fresco sex fans in Lancashire will no doubt be on the lookout for an alternative destination.

By Monique 11 months ago 150 Views No comments

First shoes mean more to women than first kiss

When it comes to first times, it seems shoe shopping is a more memorable experience for women than kissing.