More than 50 percent of men would ditch a woman who became overweight, compared with only 20 percent of women.
About 78 percent of men and women watch porno movies today, versus 40 percent in 1983.
“Is that a gun in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?” Mae West said what women have thought since time immortal: the penis is central to male/female attraction.
Scientists from Rutgers University using MRI found a sexual treasure map of the female brain.
Several studies found that ginseng supplements increase blood testosterone, nitric oxide secretion (important for increasing blood flow) and enhance nerve function in the penis.
Tears could contain chemical signals that act as a biological communication system. Israeli scientists found that a woman’s tears decreased male testosterone levels and the desire for sex, compared to a placebo
Five years ago, large population studies showed that erectile dysfunction (ED) was linked to cardiovascular disease, particularly in men younger than 60. Typically, ED preceded angina (heart-related chest pain) by two to three years, and heart attack by three to five years.
A study from the University of Rome showed that Cialis not only puts lead in your pencil, but can also increase testosterone levels.
A review of nine studies showed that antidepressant drugs prolonged the time to ejaculation during sex, and improved sexual satisfaction.
Japanese researchers found that supplementing resveratrol, an antioxidant found in red wine, and Levitra promoted erectile capacity in men who were resistant to Levitra by itself.
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