From 2007's irritating Mitchell and Web Mac adverts to this recent profile of a typical Mac
fanboy user from Advertising Age, there's been a lot of hoopla and chin-stroking about the difference between Mac and Windows users.
Mac users, we are told, are cool and sophisticated. Windows users, well, aren't.
But here at Lovehoney we've been thinking that there must be more interesting differences between the operating system sexes than that.
What, for example, does your choice of operating system say about your sex life? Are Mac users having more sex than Windows users? Are they having different kinds of sex? We need to know.
And know we shall. The Lovehoney Web site received nearly 1 million unique visits in December 2007 and by analysing the site's Web logs and analytics information we can start to answer these vital sex questions.
So please join us as we lift our analytics skirts in the first of a regular series, and let you take a peak at the sexual differences between Mac and Windows users…
Don't buy your lover a year's membership to the gym; indulge in some naked exercise together and you'll both be looking svelte without the unnecessary cost
If you're planning on having sex for the first time, both you and your partner will need to know how to correctly put on a condom…
In Cosmo's article on the Hottest Sex Trends, right up at Number Two was trying out a top notch toy. Wasting no time on cheapo vibrators that you get from shady shops with dust on the counters and a whole rack of inflatable dolls, the surest way to rev up your sex life is to try out a post toy that you'll love using, and possibly sharing.
"In recent years, sex-toy sites have seen a rapid increase in sales, with chicks being the majority of their clientele. So is it any wonder that adult toys have gone designer? "Style-savvy women weren't satisfied with the cheap, tastelessly packaged vibrators on the market," says Dana B. Myers, the 29-year-old co-founder of bootyparlor.com, an American website that sells posh playthings like the Swarovski crystal-encrusted (they're on the handle) Minx vibrator. "As a result, vibrators have undergone an extreme makeover. There has been a growing trend of 'sexual couture' - fashionable products meant to be played with and admired."
Give your girl the gift of orgasm this Valentine's Day, with a little help from these nifty little sex aids…
A problem that has plagued countless circles of girly chats for ages has finally shown up over on the Orgasm Army forums - what do you do when your man's come tastes… less than enjoyable?
"well… when my boyfriend cums in my mouth it tastes foul!!! it's watery and very salty… i cant quite explain the taste but you get my drift….anyway… is it just what he eats that make it taste like that? If so what foods should he eat or any other suggestions? Does any one else have this problem? Thanks x"
As usual, the soldiers over in the Army had many helpful tips:
Pregnancy no longer has to be a sexually frustrating time for you…
Over on the OrgasmArmy forums, Officer Cadet jezzer is asking for some reviews from any man who has used the VibraExciter - so far, there is only one review from a woman, but he is hoping to hear from the gentlemen before he grabs the companion piece to the original VibraExciter he got for his girlfriend (now that is a guy who plans well for Valentine's Day).
His question in full:
Our Erotic Book Club choice for February, Longing for Toys sees Virginia Crowley turning away from the holy orders explored in Corruption in favour of a red-hot tale of sexual obsession in strip clubs. And with a title like that, you just know it isn't going to be long before the toys come out …
It's a very horny, very funny book, and we're proud to present an exclusive interview with the author, talking about Longing for Toys, sexual addiction and just why it pays to steer clear of strippers. Read on: