Robert Pattinson has a huge respect for women and could never have sex with someone he didn’t love. Robert Pattinson could never have sex with someone he didn’t love. The 24-year-old actor – who is in a relationship with his ‘Twilight Saga’ co-star Kristen Stewart – claims growing up with older sisters taught him to respect women and gave him a “romantic” soul.
He said: “There is the idea of the saving love, I believe it. I’m not mushy but I have a romantic soul. Having grown up with two older sisters I have a deep respect for women. Sex and feeling for me go hand in hand.” (more…)
Brand felt he had to come clean to his true love and when he told Katy that he would have sex with as many as five different women a day she was shocked. Russell admits he has a “sex addiction. Russell says Katy is “a pretty solid person” and had no idea that he was a womanizer. Russell says that Katy is not from England, so she did not know how popular he was in England, much more so than in the states. So apparently the five girls a day and sex 20 times a week came easy for the English celebrity comedian and actor. Now that he is married, Russell said he is having a lot less sex, but he has found another outlet to take the place of sex. This would be honing in on his green thumb! “I can’t believe I had sex 20 times a week, especially now that I am married, but now I’m a bloody good gardener,” Brand says. (more…)
Sudden bursts of physical activity – such as having sex or jogging – significantly increase the risk of having a heart attack, a new study has found. Researchers in the US say the chances of cardiac arrest during or immediately after such exertions are particularly high among people who do not get regular exercise. It has long been known physical activity can cause heart problems, but the new study by Dr Issa Dahabreh of Tufts Medical Centre in Boston helps to quantify that risk. His team analysed data from 14 studies looking at the link between exercise, sex and the risk of heart attacks or sudden cardiac death.
They found people are 3.5 times more likely suffer one of the two when they are exercising compared to when they are not.And they are 2.7 times more likely to have a heart attack either during or immediately after sex compared with when they are inactive.
Jessica Paulus, another Tufts researcher who worked on the study, said the danger was relatively high, but that the period of increased risk was brief. “These elevated risks are only for a short period of time (one to two hours) during and after the physical or sexual activity,” she said.
Because of that, the risk to individuals over the course of a year is still quite small, she said.”If you take 1,000 people, each individual session of physical or sexual activity per week can be associated with an increase of 1 to 2 cases of heart attack or sudden cardiac death per year,” she said.
She said it was important to balance the findings with other studies showing regular physical activity reduces the risk of heart attacks and sudden cardiac death by 30%. “What we really don’t want to do is for the public to walk away from this and think exercise is bad,” she said.
She said it meant people who did not work out regularly needed to start any exercise programme slowly, gradually increasing its intensity over time.
You’ve met your possible Mr. Right, and all you want to do is take it to the next level. But look before you leap into bed. Here are 10 very good reasons not to knock boots with him. Plus, take our quiz to find out if you’re in love or lust…
1. You’re not as detached as you think.
Call it the curse (and blessing) of “Sex and the City.” Guys finally got the message that women don’t always see hookups as a step toward a marriage proposal. (more…)
Rebecca Tagoe (Secretary)
I believe it is not the responsibility of men to always initiate sex. Women also have to start the process so I think both women and men can initiate love-making. Women are very complex and need much attention so when they try to initiate sex and the men turn them down they begin to lead promiscuous lives (more…)
Feminism is a F-word for some who feel it ruins sex lives and marriages. Feminism has always had a love-hate relationship with sex. Many men blame feminism for ruining their relationships and sex lives. Zuko Mathyila, a male activist in Cape Town, blames feminism for ruining a lot of marriages and relationships in South Africa. He blames the feminist media for telling women and men that women should only have sex when they feel like it and to disregard men’s needs. (more…)
Lady Gaga has spoken out a lot about sex and being safe, but now she is opening up about more personal issues for her. Gaga revealed to ‘Grazia’ magazine that she only began enjoying sex about two years ago despite first having sex at 17 years old, states The National Ledger. “It was a proper monogamous relationship in which I felt free enough to trust and I had enough self love,” Gaga said about finally having good sex.
But for Gaga, good sex also means safe sex: “I have never not had safe sex, I have always asked a guy to be tested and to use protection, which was always my rule.” (more…)