AskMen.com has a step by step guide to "jelqing", which is apparently a do-it-yourself technique for enlarging your penis. Here's what they suggest:
Here's how to "jelq" your penis -- if you have the patience, try it out and see if this method of "natural" penis enlargement works for you:
* Wrap a towel soaked in hot water around your penis. Keep it on for five minutes.
* Using lubricant, massage your penis until it is semi-erect.
* Make an "OK" sign with your thumb and index finger, firmly grip the base of your penis and slide your hand to the head. Continue this motion for 30 to 60 minutes.
* Wrap your penis in a hot towel for another five minutes.
* Repeat this process at least five times a week.
Yeah right - like anyone's going to go through all that. Plus it sounds deeply unfun. Whereas using one of our penis pumps is much more fun and produces great results quickly. Take a look at our beginner's guide to penis pumps for more info about the best pump for you.
The Scotsman reports that Jonathan Ross' questioning of Conservative leader David Cameron about whether he had sexual fantasies about Margaret Thatcher will not be repeated on the BBC. Which is probably a relief for all concerned. Far better on the fantasy front is our stack of erotic stories - not a blue rinse or iron-clad handbag in sight...
God bless Gordon Brown! Safe sex got a boost on 1 July when the Chancellor of the Exchequer reduced the rate of VAT on condoms. We cut our condom prices immediately to let customers enjoy the benefit of a rare New Labour tax cut.
On 1 July, VAT on condoms was reduced from 17.5% to 5%, so the retail price of condoms online and in the high street should come down by more than 10%. But watch out - not many online retailers have responded by reducing prices.
Lovehoney sells condoms from major manufacturers including Durex, Mates and Trojan.
A pack of Durex Performa delay condoms now costs just £7.09 on Lovehoney, a saving of £1.84 on the new Durex recommend retail price of £8.93.
Customers can requested a free Durex condom sample from the Lovehoney Web site.
We're still trying to cheer ourselves up after Saturday's nightmare with our World Cup sex toys - but there's a new study by boffins that reckons people get more excitement from watching football than having sex. Certainly we nearly had a heart attack on Saturday night...
Soccer fan Henrik Gerdin is a contented man. His team scored a late equaliser, he won a bet and his heart rate officially rose above orgasm level.
The 25-year-old Swede was part of an ongoing World Cup experiment by England's Loughborough University to test the effect that placing a bet on a game of soccer has on fans' heart rates.
"The heart rates that we have recorded throughout the first stage of the study are in line with those experienced by an individual reaching sexual climax, and in some cases greater than that," said Loughborough's Prof Ron Maughan, whose research expertise includes nutrition of exercise performance. [Read the full story at Financial Express]
A recent article in the Detroit News describes how erotic fiction, very much the preserve of women, is becoming far more explicit
Once banished to an underground following, erotica - a rather girly term for written porn - has finally hit the big time.
"It used to be with romances they would kiss and go into the bedroom, and then it would then be the next morning and they'd be eating eggs," said Jesse Petersen, who co-wrote the erotica book "Scandalous" under the name "Jenna Petersen." "But more and more, readers want to read about what really goes on in the bedroom when the door closes."
Sure, women have devoured for decades those Fabio-inspired summer romance reads featuring deep sighs, heaving bosoms, faces "flushed with desire." But this latest line doesn't shy away from explicit details and X-rated dirty talk - in fact, it revels in it.
"If it creates an image and you are aroused, it works," said Lisa Wade, 50, who enjoys reading this type of fiction. "It's like foreplay. And if the writer can create an image in our head, it's effective."
The power of writing is far more enticing for women when it comes to sex, experts say. From fervent love letters to X-rated e-books, many women are more comfortable creating their own sexual fantasy than having it in living, close-up color in porn flicks or raunchy magazines. And it's not exploitative to women - just words on a page. [read more]
We have scores of great erotic fiction titles that will add some extra spice to your summer reading...
Another great review from Orgasm Army!
The CB 3000 is an excellent training tool for any wife to use on her husband to encourage good habits and/or punish bad ones. I introduced it to my wife about 6 months ago just for short-term play, and was pleasantly surprised with the results.
I have a very stressful, high-profile, professional job in the finance business and needed to get my mind off things. Being the 'vanilla sex type', my wife was reluctant to try it at first; thinking it was way too kinky. Then, after a few trial runs with it on for longer periods each time, she really learned to like it because of all of the new attention I was giving her. Actually, she likes it a little too much! It's starting to scare me (in a good way)..."
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Another great review from Orgasm Army!
"The main attraction for me when purchasing the Ultime was its sleek, stylish non-phallic design. In fact, when looking for a new vibrator, I wanted to avoid the usual phallic-shape this time, and go for something that wouldn't be too obvious if found by someone else in my busy household.
The Ultime, on this level, certainly lives up to my expectations and its smooth, curved shape in a non-offensive pale blue colour, is both unusual and aesthetically pleasing enough to be mistaken for a piece of contemporary art-work..."
See the full Natural Contours Ultime review at Orgasm Army.
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Here's what they found from this year's survey of UK sex habits [read the full report at the Daily Mail]
The British men and women make love an average of 118 times a year, a new survey has revealed.
More than half of those questioned admitted to one-night stands while around 14 per cent said they were guilty of cheating.
The comprehensive survey, which questioned 12,000 Britons, is the most in-depth the UK has seen - and revealed some surprising facts about our bedroom habits.
According to the poll, we are likely to average ten sexual partners in our lifetimes.
Nineteen per cent of female respondents admitted they had lost their virginity as early as 15 compared to 12 per cent of boys at the same age.
Worryingly, more than half of those questioned in the poll by Durex admitted to having had unprotected sex and one in ten had caught a sexually transmitted infection.
Wethinks everyone should start wearing condoms more often.