This Week in Sex: Jenny McCarthy, Healthy Orgasms & Trojan Condoms

By Playboy.com Staff

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Jenny McCarthy Hangs Up **Her Spreads**

After seven incredible pictorials, Jenny McCarthy told in Touch that she felt like she was done posing nude. “I might show it off again, but I probably won’t,” said McCarthy. When asked what would be an incentive for baring all again she joked, “If my boobs aren’t zucchinis when I’m 50!” Until then, we’ll just have to catch her on her new talk show and ogle her old pictorials in Playboy Plus. Read more here.

An Orgasm **a Day Keeps the Doctor Away**

You better work on your stamina in bed, because studies have shown that orgasms are good for your health. According to one study in Scotland, a healthy lifestyle starts with one orgasm a day. So swap out that apple for a quickie; sexually active people have high levels of immunity! Read more here.

Help Bar Refaeli Kickstart **Her Sex Tape**

Bar Refaeli's Sex Tape Kickstarter from Bar Refaeli

Condom Cabs Take **Over New York City**

Were you one of the lucky New Yorkers to get not only a free ride to your Valentine’s Day date but a supply of condoms to tide you over for the next few weeks? Trojan Condoms unleashed a fleet of “Condom Cabs” last night offering up sex fact quizzes à la Cash Cab for willing patrons. “While using a condom is easy, it is important that people have the facts to ensure they are using them consistently and correctly, and that we continue to dispel the myths associated with condom usage,” said Bruce Weiss, Vice President of Marketing for Trojan™ Brand Condoms. “The Trojan™ Safe Rides serve as a ‘vehicle’ to get the facts out in a fun and engaging way.” Read more here.Save Your Heart by Getting Laid Is your family notorious for high blood pressure and heart attacks? Sex can fix that. Studies show that men who have a consistent sex life are up to 45 percent less likely to have heart issues throughout their lifetime than men who have sex only once a month. Researchers who noticed the pattern are advising doctors to talk with men about their sex lives when screening for heart disease. Read more here.


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