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Seriously Strange Sex Saturday – Sexual Stereotypes Vs. Science

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Sex is a marvelous, mysterious, and sometimes strange thing. Without Sex researchers we would have to rely on locker room stories and porn for most of our knowledge. This may be a strange thought but most of what you may think you know about men and sex may actually be wrong. Today we are going to take a peek at a few clipboards from sex research to see if science backs or smashes the most common stereotypes about men and sex.

Bedroom Brain

There are many stereotypes about men’s brains when it comes to sex. From only using 10 percent of the brain to thinking about sex every seven seconds. Well what does science say about how often men are really thinking about sex? According to the Kinsey Institute study “Diversity of sexual orientation,” which references studies from the 1950’s through present day, only 54 percent of men think about sex every day or several times a day, 43 percent a few times a week or a few times a month, and 4 percent less than once a month. Which makes the sex on the brain stereotype false!

Superior Size

For as long as there’s been such thing as a ruler, men have been putting wood to… “wood” and wondering how they measure up. The problem is that most of the actual surveys of penis size are unscientific and unreliable. Most studies have relied on men to honestly and accurately answer just how big they are. That’s similar to asking a woman how much she weighs; answers may vary from rounding or different measurement locations. So, if you have been aiming for that glorious 8 inches, don’t worry the Journal of Urology put the average penis size at 5.08 inches, and the International Journal of Impotence Research put it at 5.35 inches. So, if you are between 5 and 6 inches you are actually average size!

Sex marathon’s

From movies and porn, to novels and locker rooms, there seems to be the conception that sex is a marathon event lasting at least an hour on average. Such marathon sessions are actually the exception not the rule. Surveys find that the average sex session lasts from three to ten minutes, with solo sessions averaging at only 12 minutes. Which begs the question, why exactly are porno’s so long? Can we just cut out the first 30 minutes and just jump right into the action?

We will see you next Saturday for some seriously strange loving!

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Understanding BDSM

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The world of BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Dominance, Submission, Sadism, and Masochism)! It’s a complex and multifaceted topic that can be both thrilling and intimidating for those new to the scene.

**Understanding BDSM:**

BDSM is a consensual and negotiated form of sexual expression that involves a range of activities, including:

1. **Bondage:** Physical restraint using ropes, chains, or other materials.
2. **Discipline:** Punishment or correction through physical or emotional means.
3. **Dominance/Submission:** One person takes control, while the other submits to their desires.
4. **Sadism/Masochism:** One person derives pleasure from inflicting pain or humiliation, while the other derives pleasure from receiving it.

**Safety First:**

Before exploring BDSM, it’s essential to prioritize safety and consent:

1. **Consent:** Obtain explicit consent from all parties involved in any activity.
2. **Communication:** Discuss boundaries, desires, and limits with your partner(s) beforehand.
3. **Safe words:** Establish a safe word or signal to stop the activity if needed.
4. **Hygiene and cleanliness:** Practice good hygiene to prevent infection.

**Getting Started:**

If you’re new to BDSM, consider the following steps:

1. **Explore online resources:** Websites, forums, and social media groups can provide valuable information and connections with others.
2. **Read about different activities:** Learn about various BDSM practices, their implications, and potential risks.
3. **Find a community:** Attend local events, join online groups, or find a mentor to learn from experienced individuals.
4. **Start with soft play:** Begin with non-painful activities like role-playing, sensual massage, or bondage using rope toys.

**Activities for Novices:**

Some popular BDSM activities for beginners include:

1. **Flogging:** A form of impact play using a flogger (soft or hard).
2. **Rope bondage:** Tying someone up using rope or cordage.
3. **Sensory deprivation:** Using blindfolds, earplugs, or headphones to heighten sensory experience.
4. **Mummification:** Wrapping someone in cloth or tape for sensation play.

**Tips for Success:**

1. **Communicate openly:** Discuss your desires and boundaries with your partner(s).
2. **Start slow:** Gradually introduce new activities to ensure comfort and consent.
3. **Respect limits:** Never push someone beyond their comfort zone or violate their consent.
4. **Practice self-care:** Prioritize physical and emotional well-being after engaging in BDSM activities.

Remember that BDSM is a journey, and it’s essential to prioritize safety, communication, and consent above all else. If you’re interested in exploring BDSM further, take your time, be patient, and respect the boundaries of yourself and others.

 

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Balloon Fetish

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The fascination with balloons! It’s not uncommon for people to have unique preferences or attractions, and balloon-related arousal is one such phenomenon. While it’s not universally accepted, there are a few theories that might help explain why some people might be turned on by balloons:

1. **Textural stimulation**: The tactile sensation of balloons can be quite pleasurable for some individuals. The smooth, soft, and sometimes slightly rough texture of balloons can be a source of sensory pleasure. Some people might enjoy the feeling of running their fingers or hands over the balloon’s surface, or even popping the balloon to release the air and feel the sudden release of pressure.
2. **Visual appeal**: Balloons can be quite visually appealing, with their vibrant colors, shapes, and sizes. The way they move and float in the air can be mesmerizing, and some people might find the visual display stimulating. The sound of balloons popping or releasing air can also be a sensory trigger.
3. **Nostalgia and childhood associations**: For some people, balloons might evoke memories of childhood birthday parties, celebrations, or special events. The association with happy times and feelings of joy can create a sense of nostalgia and emotional connection to balloons.
4. **Sensory exploration**: Some individuals might be attracted to balloons due to their unique sensory properties. The way they respond to touch, pressure, and movement can create a sense of curiosity and exploration. This curiosity can translate into a sense of arousal or pleasure.
5. **Kinky or fetishistic interest**: In some cases, the attraction to balloons might be related to specific kinks or fetishes. For instance, some people might enjoy the feeling of being bound or restrained by balloons, while others might find the idea of inflating or deflating balloons as a form of erotic play appealing.
6. **Neurological factors**: Research suggests that human brains are wired to respond to certain stimuli, including textures, sounds, and visuals. Some people might have an innate predisposition to find certain sensory experiences pleasurable, including those associated with balloons.

It’s essential to remember that these theories are not universally accepted and are based on individual perspectives and experiences. It’s crucial to respect people’s individual preferences and boundaries when it comes to their sexual attractions.

In conclusion, while the reasons for being turned on by balloons might vary from person to person, it’s likely a combination of factors that contributes to this attraction. Ultimately, understanding and respecting individual preferences is essential for building a more inclusive and accepting society.

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Why people love lumbersexuals!

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The lumbersexual!

A lumbersexual is a colloquial term used to describe a type of urban, hipster, or fashion-conscious individual who adopts a rugged, outdoorsy aesthetic, often without actually engaging in the corresponding activities or having a genuine connection to the great outdoors.

The term “lumbersexual” was coined in 2014 by the website The Hairpin to describe the phenomenon of men (although it can also apply to women) who sported beards, flannel shirts, and other rustic attire, but were not necessarily outdoorsy or interested in traditional “lumberjack” activities like logging or forestry.

Common characteristics of lumbersexuals include:

1. A well-groomed beard or facial hair.
2. A preference for flannel shirts, trucker hats, and other clothing items commonly associated with outdoor activities.
3. A penchant for craft beer and artisanal coffee.
4. A love for indie music, vinyl records, and vintage clothing.
5. A strong sense of style and fashion awareness.

While lumbersexuals may not actually be involved in outdoor activities like hiking or camping, they often enjoy the aesthetic and cultural associations that come with this look. They may use the “lumberjack” style as a form of fashion expression or a way to connect with a perceived sense of rugged individualism.

It’s worth noting that the term “lumbersexual” has been criticized for being overly ironic and pretentious, as it often involves adopting a style without actually embracing the values and lifestyle associated with it. However, it remains a popular cultural phenomenon and a symbol of urban, hipster culture.

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