Women are prolific, efficient and effective liars…
…At least, they are when it comes to faking orgasms.
Over the past few weeks, Zestra has tweeted, posted, blogged and commented on a number of media stories related to the seemingly irrepressible habit women have of acting out the Big O instead of experiencing one.
Scientists have speculated on why women fake it. How much they fake it. When they fake it. With whom they fake it. What it means when they fake it.
The fake orgasm may be History’s tallest tale.
The thing is, though… WOMEN DON’T HAVE TO. We have the technology! We have Zestra.
Below is a sample of our favorite orgasm news. Just keep in mind that in today’s day and age, “faking it” is a choice, not a necessity.
Women’s Health IDs reasons women fake orgasms, and why it’s not good for them…
ABC News claims some women experience a “labor orgasm” during childbirth.
Study finds women who fake orgasms more likely to believe their mate will cheat.
MRI shows a woman’s brain lighting up during orgasm.
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It’s Wednesday, which means you’re half-way to the weekend! (And, the holidays are creeping closer every day, so we hope you’ve at least started on the holiday shopping…)
Below are a few items to make the next couple of days a little bit better – Katherine Heigl explains why she’s such a big fan of neutering pets, Woody Allen notes the benefit of masturbation and someone has a crush on Dame Judi Dench… Check out this week’s Hump Day post below.
“Women need a reason to have sex. Men just need a place.” –Billy Crystal
“Don’t knock masturbation – it’s sex with someone I love.” –Woody Allen
“It isn’t premarital sex if you have no intention of getting married.” –Drew Carey
Sexperts of the Week – The Kinsey Institute
The Institute for Sex Research (later known as The Kinsey Institute) was founded in 1947 by Dr. Albert Kinsey, a zoologist at Indiana University.
Kinsey and his institute quickly became famous for The Kinsey Reports on sexuality, released as Sexual Behavior in the Human Male and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female in 1948 and 1953, respectively.
Discussing such then-taboos as homo- and bi-sexuality, sadomasochism and marital sexual behavior, Kinsey’s studies incurred a great deal of skepticism and negative press. The Kinsey Report is most famous for its “Kinsey Scale,” a 0 to 6 numbered continuum that suggests sexuality isn’t an unambiguous yes / no proposition, but comprised of complex, fluid impulses and behaviors.
Though Kinsey died in 1956, his work lives on in the Institute, which remains one of the foremost authorities on human sexuality. Using its website and social media to deliver information and answer questions, the Kinsey Institute (and peripheral site Kinsey Confidential) seeks to provide people with a forum to discuss all manner of sexual topics.
Maybe it’s the neon XXX, but many people feel awkward visiting an adult store. Yet, a trip to the local sex shop can considerably spice up things in the bedroom. Not only will it give you and your partner some interesting bonding time, the surroundings may jumpstart a conversation that allows each of you to confess any romantic concerns or fantasies.
To continue to bring you the best and boldest in sex ed, Zestra has partnered with skinnyscoop.com on the enlightening (and entertaining!) infographic below. For example, did you know that 86% of women think they have low sex drive? For more excellent intel, check it out below. (And feel free to share it with friends, neighbors and the followers of your blog!)
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Fall is the season for stripping off the bulky sweaters and heating up under the sheets. Make the most of those fabulously decadent holiday spreads and rev up your libido while you feast by tossing in a few of these aphrodisiac-filled foods next time you pull out your recipes. (more…)
“My hubby and I have two boys and a very busy schedule. My sex drive since I had my 19 month old has been really low. I’d like to chalk it up to schedules and having what my husband calls a vanilla only sex life. Since he is still in his twenties and I, in my thirties, it seemed as if we just couldn’t get it together (if you know what I mean). Thanks to Zestra…there is hope again in our sex life. Zestra put the fun back in our sex life. The first night we tried Zestra, it was like the sex that we had pre-children. Thank you Zestra for helping me and my younger husband jump start our sex lives all over again!”
A couple of nights ago, I was half listening to an episode of The Office, when something Dwight said got my attention…“deer is an aphrodisiac” (Season 2, Episode 8). It was in reference to Dwight’s raise, which he felt Michael and Jan should discuss at The Antler Lodge. After extensive research (okay I Googled), it turns out that Schrute was right – except that deer antlers are the aphrodisiac, not deer itself (hence the Antler Lodge). So, what’s a vegetarian or simply the deer-adverse to do? In a recent Cosmo article titled “Aphrodisiac Foods that Feed Your Sex Drive”, author Molly Triffin pointed out 11 foods that help improve your lust life. Some of them are classics, like chocolate or oysters, but a few are quite surprising, like bananas and watermelon. Bananas contain potassium, which is essential for muscle strength, including those muscles down there. The key benefit? When you orgasm, the “contractions will be superintense.” And to think I was under the impression that bananas only help with recovery after a workout. We’d love to know where you fall on the food continuum – have you ever found a SPECIAL FOOD?
Side note: Guess who else was featured in Cosmo? Cosmopolitan showed some love for Zestra in February issue’s “99 Hot New Sex Tips.. in 20 Words or Less” http://ow.ly/d/1gW