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Displaying items by tag: Sex

Wednesday, 20 May 2009 16:39

The holistic approach to child online safety

Protecting Children in Cyberspace is the theme of this year's World Telecommunication and Information Society Day, but will it actually make our kids any safer online?

Published in Home Tech
Saturday, 07 March 2009 08:51

Are Twitter users becoming porn stars?

Twitter is often accused of being boring, but this weekend many users were discovering their online friends had apparently started a new career as online porn stars.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 27 February 2009 17:30

More sex please, I'm British

Would you rather work hard for promotion or go for a quicker, if slightly sweatier, route to success? 

Published in Networking
Watch out mobile phone users, a new worm is in the wild and spreading via text message.  Worryingly, security experts warn it could be building the world's first mobile botnet.

Published in Market
Friday, 13 February 2009 03:08

Are British teens addicted to online porn?

British teenagers have been spilling the beans regarding just exactly what they get up to online, and the details might just surprise you.

Published in Market
Sunday, 08 February 2009 22:30

Penis problems bad for hearts as young men age

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic found that men between the ages of 40 and 49 years who have erectile dysfunction had an 80% higher risk for heart disease later in life than those men of the same age range without ED.

Published in Health
Monday, 26 January 2009 21:21

A couple of drinks help to keep the pencil sharp

An Australian study found that a modest amount of alcohol helps men to perform better sexually, which runs counter with past studies on the sex habits of men. It sound like a martini or a couple of beers is just what the doctor ordered for the bedroom.

Published in Health
When do you watch the most online porn? OK, let's rephrase that: when is the most popular time for watching adult videos online? The answer might just surprise you.

Published in Networking
A study of people in 48 countries finds that attitudes with regards to sex, particularly one-night stands or committed relationships, depends on gender percentages. Read more to see what Bradley University professor David Schmitt found in his research of sexual human behavior.

Published in Biology
Monday, 15 December 2008 20:07

Would you rather do the internet or have sex?

Intel and Harris Interactive surveyed over two thousand American adults. The survey found that nearly 50% of the women and 30% of the men would give up sex for two weeks rather than be without Internet access.

Published in Networking
Look, everyone knew the day was coming, there is no escaping that fact. It doesn't make it any the more disappointing, but it should hardly be filed under surprise of the year: the Mega-D Botnet is back in action.

Published in Security
The Sexual Health article "Understanding Oral Sex" states that the way oral sex is talked about in U.S. society has links to the attitudes of its past two presidents (Clinton and Bush).

Published in Health
A University of Sydney study looked into the sexual activities of its college students and found female art students were most sexually active while male science students the least active.

Published in Biology
Sunday, 23 November 2008 15:29

Do you want a naked woman with that?

Ever taken sexy snaps with your mobile phone camera? Ever left your mobile phone in McDonalds? One guy learns the hard way that the two do not mix.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 19 November 2008 20:21

Sex on TV found to be foreplay for teens

A U.S. study has found that watching a lot of sex on television, or sexually based TV situations, causes teenagers to more likely be involved in pregnancies.

Published in Biology
Saturday, 15 November 2008 17:37

Dave Barmy trapped by wife's virtual dick

When cartoons get caught with their pants down, the real life consequences are not always funny - as Dave Barmy has discovered.

Published in Networking
A U.S. study has stated that men who sire children with many different women are primarily responsible for the wide genetic diversity seen around the world. As The Rolling Stones once stated, these men have gotten their "ya-ya's out!”

Published in Biology
A study headed by Jan Shifren has concluded that 40 percent of women in the United States have sexual problems but only 20 percent have personal distress over these sexual problems.

Published in Health
Now who could have seen that coming? Apparently Brits have the best time online when buying sex toys, cheap perfume and live insects...

Thursday, 09 October 2008 22:31

Calm down women: Smell a man's armpit for sex

A University of Pennsylvania study has found that the smell of sweaty male armpits make women feel calmer and more receptive to sex. Finally, practical research we can all apply in our daily lives!

Published in Biology
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