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Biggest Sexual Regrets: What’s the One Sexual Experience You Regret Most?

Biggest Sexual Regrets: Do you ever reget after sex? What’s the one sexual experience you regret the most? What’s your biggest sexual regrets? Women want less casual sex, men want more!

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Why Should We Pay for Sex Change Operation?

Why Should We Pay for Sex Change Operation? Some people now propose insurance companies should pay for sex change operation. What do you think? As much as I believe mental disorders should be given parity in re-imbursement

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Sex talk tips: how to talk dirty

Sex talk is a tricky subject. Dirty talk is an important step before having sex. Here are some “aural seduction techniques”.

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Top Ten Tips to Get Pregnant Faster

It is difficult for some people to get pregnant for some reasons. Dont worry. Here are some tips to get pregnant faster.

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Sex tips: how to prolong erection

I don’t know any man who would say no to a longer penis. Actually, the secret to pleasure your woman every time is to keep your penis up longer.There are certain techniques you can use to assure that.

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Sex issues research: nine out of ten Americans have premarital sex

A new study Tuesday says that 90% of American women and men have had premarital sex.

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Safe Sex Guide: How to Prevent Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are spread by sexual contact involving the genitals, mouth, or rectum, and can also be spread from a pregnant woman to her fetus before or during delivery.

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Experimental vaccine may prevent genital cancer in women infected with HPV

Study shows vaccine Is effective in women who are already infected with HPV. This experimental human papilloma virus ( HPV) vaccine can prevent genital cancer.

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High BPA-exposed men easily report sexual function problems

Men exposed to high levels of the chemical reported erection problems, lower sex drive.

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Sexual response cycles in men and women are different

Sexual responses differ by gender. New research led by Queen’s University Psychology professor Meredith Chivers finds that men’s reports of feeling sexually aroused tend to match their physiological responses, while women’s mind and body responses are less aligned.

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