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Here's the lowdown on the vagina ... from a man's perspective. Much like fingerprints, no two vaginas are exactly alike and guys are well aware of it. Unfortunately, we as women seem to be left in the dark when it comes to this. Other than "she's loose" or "too tight," women have no idea what guys say about their womanhood.  The truth is that guys have just as much to say about vaginas as we have to say about their penises. No need to fret. After speaking with a handful of 20-something men and consulting with blogs of the male perspective, we've been able to derive the top vaginas seen and discussed among men. What men really think of 8 types of vaginas: 
1.The Bony Vagina What It Says About You: Chances are if you're on the petite or skinny end of the spectrum, you may have one of these. This type of vagina is more narrow and bonier than most. The exciting part about it is that it allows for a tighter fit that ensures a sensational sexual experien…

21 Girls reveal some misconceptions they had about Men

1. I thought men had two dicks—one for peeing, one for pooping. “I truly, genuinely thought that men had two penises. One they peed out of and one they pooped out of. Apparently my childlike mind didn’t register a reason for men to have buttholes.” 2. I thought men had two dicks—one for peeing and one for sex. “Men do not, in fact, have two dicks: one for pissing and one for sexing. Six-year-old me was thoroughly confused when she saw her first anatomy chart.” 3. I thought that penises were shaped like snowmen. “When I was in second grade, we were playing with Play-Doh in class. One of the boys in my class built a snowman, then held it against his crotch like it was his penis to make his friend laugh. Due to a lack of any other visuals (I’m a female), I thought for a very, very long time that penises were shaped like snowmen.” 4. I thought that boners would feel harder. “I knew a boner didn’t mean that some bone in their body didn’t suddenly pop up, but I just thought it would feel much harde…


Spain has appointed its first Minister of Sex whose job will be to get people busy between the sheets.

The government hopes to boost Spain’s falling birth rate, which is one of the lowest in the developed world.

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy appointed Edelmira Barreira as the country’s sex tsar to get Spaniards to produce more babies.

The country is faced with a population crisis, with fewer births than deaths recorded for the first time last year. Experts say long working hours and a culture of eating late at night and going to bed after midnight are partly to blame for the nation’s sex famine.

Rafael Puyol, of the IE Business School in Madrid, said: “They do not help with making a family. Then when a child arrives it is even worse.”

Since 2008 the number of births in Spain has plunged by 18 per cent. And the number of childless couples has nearly tripled from 1.5million in 1977 to 4.4million in 2015.

Most Spanish women say they would like two or more children but in 2015 those aged 18…

ORGASM: 7 ways to take her there

When I'm this close to orgasm—eyes squeezed shut, lips twisted in a Billy Idol sneer, cheeks glowing—the most descriptive word wouldn't be "passionate" or "erotic." It would be "determined." Because right then, at the edges of my fading consciousness, I'm worried that the phone will ring, my knees will lose their traction on the sheets, or my boyfriend will change position, and suddenly I'll be sliding away from that elusive peak instead of moving toward it. For the 75 percent of women who don't always reach orgasm during intercourse, this happens all the time. What we need is a fuse blower—that last shot of stimulation that blasts us into orgasmic never-never land. "Calling it a fuse blower is pretty appropriate," says sex therapist Ian Kerner, Ph.D. "Recent studies show that in order for a woman to achieve orgasm, the part of her brain associated with stress, emotion, and anxiety has to shut down.
If you're able to d…


What's the most comfortable position When it comes to sex during pregnancy, your go-to positions may start feeling awkward as your bellY gets bigger. Sex is definitely still in the picture – but you'll probably be looking for new ways to make it happen. Here are some ideas (complete with illustrations!) to get you started.
·"Missionary" position If you try missionary position after the first trimester, wedge a pillow under you so you're tilted, not flat on your back. And make sure your partner supports himself so his weight isn't on your belly.

You on top This position can work throughout your pregnancy. Straddle your partner as he lies on his back. That way, there'll be no weight on your abdomen and you can control the depth of penetration.
Side-by-side, from behind Lie with your partner facing your back and entering from behind. Keep some pillows handy for extra support as your pregnancy progresses. Penetration tends to be shallower in this position. That's …


You see a lot of articles about what men can do during sex to make it better for the woman, but there’s a lot less information – and opinion – on the mistakes women make. So, to set the record straight, here’s our list of ten things for women to avoid. 1. EXPECTING HIM TO THINK LIKE A WOMAN We’ve all seen loads of books with titles like “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus” which highlight an unfortunate difference between the sexes. Men and women don’t think the same way – and while we’re not going to get into why this happens, it’s important to remember that fact when you’re in a relationship. In general, men are not as romantic as women, they don’t see romance as a necessary prelude to §£X, and they can divorce §£X from their feelings in a way that perhaps most women can’t. So there will be plenty of times when a man wants §£X even if he isn’t feeling romantic and connected to his partner. For him, the physical pleasure of §£X is a reward in itself. He doesn’t need to be seduced in…