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“I’ve never felt so guilty in my life,” says Anmol. He’s been with his girlfriend for two years but lately he’s found himself fantasising about her best friend.
“I don’t want to mess up my relationship over something like this but I really don't know how to get her friend out of my mind,” says Anmol. “I’m turned on every time I’m around her.”
Thirty-five percent of men in rural Brazil have had sex with an animal.
Shocked? The topic is so taboo that very little is known about the men who’ve done the deed or the health risks associated with it. Until recently, that is. Having sex with an animal increases the risk of penile cancer and is linked to sexually transmitted diseases, a study of rural Brazilian men reported.
Sex can kill … copulating flies. Female baboons like it noisy. Bi-curious male fish score more chicks. And what’s up with German animal sex laws?
These news flashes and more in the fourth edition of Love Matter’s column Sex in the Press which dives deep into the darkness so you have time for a romantic moonlight swim.
Compared to humans, Mother Nature seems to have a much more relaxed attitude towards traditional sex roles. Just look at the female hyena’s 7-inch rocket of a clitoris.
These news flashes and more in the 6th edition of Love Matter’s column ‘Sex in the Press’ which seeks to surf the wave between sex and gender.
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.
Sex makes you happier – especially if you think you are outdoing your friends and neighbours… Indian fruit bats engage in foreplay… The Kama Sutra busts out with a 3D app...
These news flashes and more in the 18 April 2013 edition of ‘Sex in the Press’, which cruises down digital highways in search of discrete, shaded parking lots.
The mysterious case of the disappearing bird penises is solved! Same-sex marriage becomes old news as frog marriage gets trendy! Kinky people are more likely to be well-adjusted!
These news flashes and more in the 13 June 2013 edition of ‘Sex in the Press’, which goes to the birds so we can all better unite with the bees.
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