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When Nakshatra goes out for a coffee with his mother, they’re both on the look-out for cute men. “Do you fancy that guy?” she’ll say.
Things haven’t always been this way. Growing up in a village, he became aware of his feelings aged 16. A year later, after a move to Mumbai, he told his parents he was gay. His mum said she wished he was dead.
Condoms - there are sexier and more comfortable things to chat about with a new partner.
But ask yourself: would you rather talk about using condoms now, or put it off and have to deal with an unplanned pregnancy or an STD down the line? Even more awkward, isn't it? So bring up condoms – and get some tips in this week's dos and don'ts!
Is nothing real anymore? Fake condoms… Fake online-bought Viagra… Fake marriages… Fake sex partners (unless you actually think that robots rate as real lovers)…
These news flashes and more in the 23 April 2013 edition of ‘Sex in the Press’, which embraces the fake in the name of keeping it real.
Barnyard sex in Texas… Safe ‘shoe-related activities’ in Mississippi… Condoman and Lubalicious in the Australian outback… Welcome to the ever evolving world of sex ed!
These and other news flashes in the 28 March 2013 edition of ‘Sex in the Press’, which digs up the facts so you can dive in and be a legend.
While apps that ‘bang’, ‘bump’, ‘measure’ and ‘deliver’ are often covered in the media, they rarely come through as advertised. Why do sex-related apps usually suck?
These news flashes and more in the 7 February 2013 edition of ‘Sex in the Press’ which scours the web so you have time to defoliate in a bubble bath.
Men say no to sex more often than women… Sex with a condom is as delightfully swell as without… There is such a thing as too much sex information…
These news flashes and more in the 31 January 2013 edition of ‘Sex in the Press’, which goes deep but not so deep that it’s dangerous.
Condom stories are ballooning in the media lately. From Obama condoms ‘for hard times’ to the latest ‘origami’ designs, creative new condom ideas seem to be unrolling everywhere.
These news flashes and more in the 8th edition of Sex in the Press, which seeks to unsheathe the best in lovin’ news.
A DKT partnership launch special - Kuber on condoms!
Outside a dog, a condom is man’s best friend. Inside a dog, it’s a choking hazard! They help us prevent STDs and complications in relationships. Yet a gentleman in Mumbai almost divorced his wife over her love for the latex friend. Couldn’t this idiot come up with a better excuse?
Making birth control sexy works better than using scare tactics, says family planning organisation DKT International.
Today Love Matters launches a partnership with DKT. So just what makes the company tick? Earlier this year we talked to DKT's executive vice president Chris Purdy. “Condoms don’t promote sex,” he told us. “It’s as if umbrellas promote rain.”
Contraception - a topic so varied that the city of Vienna dedicated an entire museum to it!
Talking about condoms may be unsexy in the heat of the moment, but if you don't want to risk unwanted pregnancy or get an STD, you need to think about it. Marking the launch of our partnership with family planning provider DKT, here's our Top Five Facts number five.
The way to enjoy sex with a condom is get plenty of variety into your lovemaking, US research found.
If you find condoms put a damper on sex, the good news is that there are ways to make maximize your pleasure. If you just stick to straight intercourse and not much else, you’re more likely to end up wishing the rubber wasn’t there.
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