This Week in Sex: Five Date Rule, Smallest Penis Contest

By Playboy.com Staff

Share

This Week in Sex: Five Date Rule, Smallest Penis Contest:

Share Your Sex Stats with the Nipple App Bragging about your sexual conquests in the locker room is so last century; now we have technology you can use to tell the world about your scores. Nipple is a sex-tracking web app that lets you log and share the details of your sexual escapades with other users. Better yet, various sex acts are represented by cute icons; for example, if you got a little over-the-clothes action, click the “petting” emoji depicting a kitty getting petted, or if you laid an athletic chick, click the sneaker image. You input all the sexy details such as the acts performed, the place, the duration and so forth and Nipple will give you your weekly stats so you can analyze and quantify your sex life. Read more about Nipple at BuzzFeed.com. Pornstar Watches Herself for the First Time

Coco Velvet is no stranger to adult films; she’s a pornstar who’s starred in over 100 adult titles. But she’s never watched any of her performances… until now. Check out this video of Velvet viewing herself in one of her new movies—it’s surprisingly sweet how giggly and embarrassed she is to see herself in action:

Five Dates before Sex?

Received wisdom dictates that a lady doesn’t have sex until at least the third date, but a new survey on women’s dating habits is showing that the “third date rule” is more like the “fifth date rule.” Statistically, it takes four dates for a woman to size up the man and see if he’s boyfriend material and worth getting down with. The survey also discovered that before having sex, the man should be actively engaged in courting: flowers, amorous text messages, heart-to-heart talks, passionate kisses and romantic meals are all prerequisites for the dude to prove himself datable and screwable. Get the rest of the findings of the survey at DailyMail.co.uk.Pain’s a Turnoff for Women but Men Will Suffer for Sex

Agony is no deterrent to men getting laid, while pain is a major turnoff for women—that is, if the result of a new experiment on mice also applies to humans. Researchers at McGill University in Montreal, Canada wanted to see how pain affects the sexual responses of both genders, so they paired up mice interested in mating with each other. Then, by applying a chemical compound, the researchers inflicted temporary pain equal to a sunburn on mice of each gender at different times. When the female mice were in pain they showed a 50 percent decrease in interest in the male mice, while the males desired just as much sex at all times. See more details on the study at Sciencemag.org.The Smallest Penis Contest

You’d think no man would enter Brooklyn’s Smallest Penis Contest. The first ever was held last year at the King’s County Bar, but the competition proved popular enough to return to crown a 2014 winner, who will receive a cash prize and a tiny crown and scepter, on June 14. Meant to be both fun and empowering for the less-endowed men out there, the pageant puts contestants through multiple categories, such as “poise in both evening wear and bathing wear.” The organizers have launched a social media campaign to convince Miley Cyrus to serve as one of the judges, but so far Cyrus has stayed mum on showing up to peer at some wee wee-wees. Read more about the contest at HuffingtonPost.com.


Share

Playboy Social