Have you heard about the ‘Two Week Challenge’? You must have sex every single day for 14 days. This is good for you. Really.
Reported in the Mail on Sunday this morning, Kate Garraway, a presenter on UK ITV, wrote about interviewing her friend who had just spent two weeks in Paris, doing The Challenge, with her husband! It doesn’t matter where you do it, in the bedroom, in the kitchen, in the cupboard, on the stairs – just don’t miss a day. For two weeks.
Studies carried out in Israel showed that women who had two orgasms a week were almost a third less likely to have heart disease. Another study at Queens University, Belfast, found that having sex 3 times a week could slash your heart attack and stroke risk.
It is a super healthy activity.
There is now evidence that it improves your cognitive function and appears to ward off dementia.
What have I been banging on about all these years?!
Women reach their sexual peak between 45 and 60, suggests a study from the University of Pittsburgh. Though they may have lower sex drives than when they were younger, they know themselves better sexually and are better at communicating with their partner in the bedroom, the researchers said.
And they will probably have read the chapter, ‘The importance of Communication’, in my book, ‘Exploring Sex, Love and Lust’. You could, too.
Yesterday’s news told us about a US study of six women! SIX women? Any study for research should involve thousands before coming to any realistic conclusion!
But I have to agree with their findings on this one – they found that having an orgasm during sex could boost fertility by 15%. Writing in Sociaffective Neuroscience & Psychology, the researchers said: ‘It appears female orgasm does perform some sort of sperm-retention function.’
This ‘retention’ was explained by me in 2008. Vaginal spasms during orgasm create a ‘sucking’ movement by the vagina making tenting shapes. Any man fortunate, and sensitive enough, will tell you that he feels as though he is being held, or sucked, in during this very satisfying period – for both partners.
My present to you, this festive season, is a link to some of the best modern erotic photos on the web. Beautiful women, beautiful poses and, yes, the occasional vulva, but mostly pictures of the female body form, with hardly a penis to see. Different!
Go here: theuniquelybeautiful.tumblr.com
For me, the eyes have it – especially those that convey a challenge, desirability, confidence, and especially those with different colored irises!
Have a wonderful Christmas and a loving and fulfilling relationships in the New Year.