Most of the outcomes of the research about wich female body parts are most sensitive we already know. But it’s the first time a research about ‘what turns women on’ was conducted in a clinical environment. We don’t want to deprive you of this ‘sensational’ outcomes of the research, published in the DailyMail. So here they are...
An article on the examiner shows perfectly how in recent years, the standard perception of relationships has completely changed. "Modern relationships are completely different from what they were some years ago. In the modern world, people have many different mindsets, and therefore, take relationships very casually."
In the UK, two large internet providers, Sky and TalkTalk have turned their porn filters 'on' for their new customers. These new customers can ask to turn it off. The filter is designed to block all sites deemed unsuitable for children. The move comes after the government called for the internet providers to filter legal pornography and other adult subjects 'by default'. Other providers (British Telecom, Virgin) will follow soon.
According to researchers at the Florida State University, partners who are clingy, are probably insecure and most likely to cheat. The new study reveals that insecure people who find it hard to trust, are more likely to cheat, compared to their more confident counterparts. The researchers studied 200 newlyweds over period of four years.
A row has erupted after Vivente Swingers club opened directly opposite a Christian TV station and just yards away from a primary school. According to its website the club in Hudson Road, Hendon (UK), promises late-night sex-swapping parties five nights a week. Also the organisers offer to open “by appointment only” between 10am-4pm.
We stumbled upon an article on the Examiner.com, dated Jan 2010. In this article the editor asks himself and the audience the question whether or not swingers are the next group ripe for discrimination. Is this question still valid now, November 2013? Do you feel discriminated when you tell about your lifestyle or do you keep silent about it?
It's sounds like a fantasy story, but it is very true! Wang Pai, a 57-year old Chinese man met his own daughter-in-law on a blind date in a Chinese hotel. He started chatting to meet new people and got developed a friendship with a women, who called herself Ming Cheng. They agreed on a rendez-vous in a hotel bedroom. And that turned out very wrong when they found out that both of them lied about their real names and sent pictures of other people.