Frank Zappa, musician and sexpert, once said, “If you want to get laid, go to college.” Clearly, Zappa didn’t go to Wash. U., but even here students occasionally find time between studying chemistry to, um, “study chemistry.” All may be fair in love and war, but when it comes to hooking up, it’s important to be considerate to people around you.
Sex starts in the head. Some assume that intercourse is nothing more than a mechanical motion: thrusting back and forth like jackrabbits. Ultimately, however, your brain controls everything that you consider doing; Your mind and body are one.
While the weather is still snowy and cold, there may not be much of an opportunity for outdoor sex just yet, but spring break and warm weather are upon us—and this guide to discreet public indecency is sure to get you in the mood. To pull off these risky moves, you’ll need a fundamental lack of decency and shame, bail money and an adventurous short or average-height partner.
According to a recent study funded by Church and Dwight Co. Inc, the maker of Trojan products, women are more likely to orgasm when oral sex, or cunnilingus, is included in foreplay. Seventy percent of women between 20-24 reported receiving oral sex during sex—so guys, if you’re not going down on your girl, you’re not measuring up to the majority of women’s sexual experiences. If a lack of knowledge or experience is what’s holding you back, read this step-by-step guide and don’t give yourself any more excuses for getting down and dirty.
One intriguing viral sensation of late is a former Duke University student’s faux senior thesis, referred to as a “fuck list,” that documents and rates her hook ups with thirteen men over the course of her four years as an undergraduate…Her “thesis” got me thinking about this common practice of rating the opposite sex. What criteria are we using to judge each other?
You’re going to receive a lesson in “daggering” this weekend at W.I.L.D. “Daggering” is a dance form created and popularized in Jamaica that has since been adopted by Major Lazer as the style of choice for his sets. It is dry, aggressive, raunchy sex that leaves nothing to the imagination.
Many girls have never achieved an orgasm. There are also girls that don’t particularly care whether or not they orgasm, girls that lie about having orgasms and girls that lie about enjoying sex at all.
I’m sure that most of you would rather be thinking about blow jobs, porn or even anal sex instead of sexually transmitted diseases and infections. But I’m also sure that most of you are unaware that April is STI Awareness Month, thanks to a partnership between MTV, the Kaiser Family Foundation, Planned Parenthood, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and our own Student Health Services (SHS).
In a day and age where porn grosses an estimated $14 billion annually in the United States alone, and an estimated $97 billion worldwide, sex consumption out-monies the vast majority of industries, including top-grossing Hollywood movies such as “Avatar” and “Gone with the Wind.” Statistics reported by Family Safe Media state that 42.7 percent of Internet users view porn—nearly half!
According to the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), women aged 16-24 not only experience rape at a rate four times higher than the assault rate of all women, but 25 percent of these women have been victims of rape or attempted rape since turning 14 years old, around the onset of puberty.