This Week in Sex: Porn, Porn & More Porn

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Women Love Free Porn

Women seem to be pretty open with reading their weathered copies of Fifty Shades of Grey on the subway these days, so why exactly are we all so mystified about their porn habits? Yes, it’s kind of awesome to think about girls watching the same kind of smut that we get off to, but it’s all a part of sexuality. If you want to read a crash course about women, sex and porn, look no further. We’ve found a list of the ten most interesting facts about the fairer sex and their porn habits, like porn star self-esteem, what kind of porn women like and what genre they get off to the most. Read more here: altnet.org

The Problem with Promiscuity

Have a recurring issue of infidelity? Slept with an entire cheerleading squad in college? You’re probably prone to having a couple of drinks too many, right? One study conducted in New Zealand discovered that those who have multiple sex partners are more prone to having anxiety or depression and use these sexual partners to “self-medicate,” which can, down the road, turn into substance abuse. Well, that sucks. Read the rest of the findings here: psychologytoday.com

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Finally, an App for Amateur Porn!

Here’s something interesting: a new app has come out that will ensure protection of any sexy clips you record on your cellphone. The new app, called IntiMate, is designed to protect and encrypt your videos, even if your phone or SD card is stolen. If you’re one to get off to the idea of people watching your XXX videos, you can share them with strangers while remaining invisible to anyone connected by less than three degrees to you via your Facebook, emails, geographical area and even your LinkedIn Profile. Would you put your trust in an app? Read more here: thesun.co.uk

Porn isn't hurting your relationship

So how big of an impact does porn make on your relationships, anyway? Some people in the mainstream media make it out to be the worst thing ever, but have they been crying wolf this whole time? One researcher in the Netherlands has surveyed 4,600 young men and women about their porn use and their sex lives. While 88 percent of the men admitted to watching porn in the past year, only 0.3 to 4 percent of risky sexual behavior was connected to porn use. "Pornography is not as big and bad a wolf as we thought it was, and maybe we should focus on other factors,” explained Gert Martin Hald, the lead author of the research paper. “It explains a portion of sexual behavior, but it is modest.” Read more here: huffingtonpost.com


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