Yes, you read the title correctly. Just like drug and alcohol addiction, love can be just as consuming. The study titled "The NeuroImaging of love" done by Syracuse University finds that love releases several euphoric chemicals like oxytocin, adrenaline, and dopamine into 12 areas of the brain. These parts of the brain are also lit up when doing cocaine. Yes.
With hesitation, society is beginning to embrace the inescapable desire for sexual pleasure. That means more bedside drawers are filling up with pleasure toys. Although incredible, the pleasure toy industry is still one of the least regulated fundaments within society. Even with a rapidly growing industry gatekeepers such as the FDA still refuse to conduct safety procedures to assure all
There isn’t a ton of research out there but having some insight on vaginismus, which I’ve written previously about can allow you a glimpse of what your partner is experiencing. This isn’t personal at all and they may have been struggling with this well before meeting you. In fact, your partner wants more than anything to be able to share
We try so hard to avoid this conversation with our friends, partners, and EVEN our doctors. Talking about your last great fuck is easy! Talking about STI’s? That’s where most people draw the line. Who could blame tangled up kissers, when the sex education system has failed us all, with scare tactics, abstinence shame, and the whole ‘don’t have sex