Salma Hayek is still hot, and at 44 she shows no signs of slowing down. In a recent interview with Allure the actress talks about what it’s like to be a sexy mother. From her boobs, “They’re not bad, by the way. I’m not complaining about them” to sex, “as a woman, you should be more at ease with your sexuality when you are in your 40s,” Hayek is proof that life, and love, can get better as time goes on.
Inspired by Hayek’s lack of fear around sex and aging, I put together a list of reasons why sex gets even better after 40.
We’ve been in your body long enough to know our body, and what works to get us going, and to get us off.
In addition to knowing our bodies, if we’ve had children with our partners, we also know what our bodies are capable of doing. (more…)
New Yorkers do not hesitate to express their love in public places, and for them a restaurant is just as good as any other place to romp in. Tableside naughtiness is so widespread that the issue is no longer whether you’ve had a dalliance at New York City eatery; it’s when, where and how.
“Sex in restaurants is more common than most people would ever imagine,” the New York Post quoted Joseph Couture, author of ‘Peek: Inside the Private World of Public Sex’, as saying.
Restaurant trysts, he claimed, serve as status symbols for ambitious New Yorkers. (more…)
Sex toys promote good health! There is some interesting and well-documented health benefits associated with the use of sex toys.
Having an orgasm releases stress and tension, and is a great way to start the day or to help you have an enjoyable sleep. Dealing with sexual frustration will allow a person to deal with all the other issues that they have to contend with. At the same time, while they are separated from a partner, or have no current partner, they can be satisfied without having to risk cheating.
During menopause, most women experience some thinning of the vaginal wall. Studies indicate that the regular use of a dildo can help maintain vaginal tone.
Women who have trouble reaching orgasm can also benefit from the use of sex toys. Many leading experts on the subject recommend the use of a vibrator to help overcome orgasmic difficulty. (more…)
Do you want to know why women have sex with men with tiny little feet? I am stroking a book called Why Women Have Sex. It is by Cindy Meston, a clinical psychologist, and David Buss, an evolutionary psychologist. It is a very thick, bulging book. I’ve never really wondered Why Women Have Sex. But after years of not asking the question, the answer is splayed before me.
Meston and Buss have interviewed 1,006 women from all over the world about their sexual motivation, and in doing so they have identified 237 different reasons why women have sex. (more…)
Talking about sex is one thing—almost everybody does it—but some celebrities just don’t know when to stop. Take Cameron Diaz. On her press push for “Knight and Day,” she’s said that sex keeps her young. That she’s always “traveling for c**k.” That she also does it with women. And that she loves sex outdoors.
Alright, Cameron, while you get yourself and your sexuality sorted out, we’re going to take a look at some other celeb sex oversharers.
Jada Pinkett Smith has revealed some sex secrets that would certainly make you think twice about inviting her and Will Smith over for dinner. “Be sneaky… your girlfriend’s house at a party. The bathroom. A bedroom,” she said. “Think of places outside that are comfortable to have sex. Does he have access to his office? Have a fantasy date. (more…)
You may have heard that the brain has a pleasure center that lets us know when something is enjoyable and reinforces the desire for us to perform the same pleasurable action again. This is also called the reward circuit, which includes all kinds of pleasure, from sex to laughter to certain types of drug use. Some of the brain areas impacted by pleasure include:
• amygdala – regulates emotions
• nucleus accumbens – controls the release of dopamine
• ventral tegmental area (VTA) – actually releases the dopamine
• cerebellum – controls muscle function
• pituitary gland – releases beta-endorphins, which decrease pain; oxytocin, which increases feelings of trust; and vasopressin, which increases bonding (more…)