This Week in Sex: Raunchy Films & Sex Tips

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This Week in Sex: Raunchy Films & Sex Tips:

Raunchy Films for the Weekend

In the mood to watch something sexy but don’t exactly want to watch a full-blown porno? Luckily for you, What Culture has rounded up “Ten Raunchy Movies That Were Basically Just Porn” for that niche community that needs them. While we disagree with their dislike of “films that are trying to pretend to have a message when all they want to do is shock or arouse us,” we do think their choice in films is excellent. Who can hate on impromptu sex scenes? Check out the list on whatculture.com.

Conservatives Love Bikinis

It’s always interesting to see how the more sexually conservative feel about scantily clad imagery. The answer? Traditional male figures tend to be more influenced by sexual images than those who are more adventurous. “Men who have no intention of having casual sex nevertheless become more willing to do so after exposure to images of pretty women in bikinis. This willingness without intention may explain a lack of foresight that leads to sex without protection.” Read up about this sexual phenomenon on Huffington Post.

Matt Blum X Kaitlyn Mason

20 Sex Tips for the Modern Man

Sex advice is abundant on the internet. We did, however, come across an interesting one at Sabotage Times this week that men should read. Tip number six alone was worth the read: “This is more of a general rule about how to treat your partner, based on trust and sensitivity. If we do/say/eat something stupid when we’re having sex/drunk/high/hormonal, we don’t need reminding of it the next morning. Saying really loudly on the bus ‘remember when you did a really loud fanny fart and then cried after you orgasmed’ will make me hate you forever x infinity.” Read the rest of the tips on Sabotage Times.

Same-Sex Couples Can’t Find Rentals

So I guess no one else was watching Will & Grace when it was on the air, because it seems as if gay couples are having a really hard time renting compared to those who are straight. “According to HUD’s study*, *same-sex couples experience unequal treatment more often than heterosexual couples when responding to internet ads for rental units, and findings show that gay male couples experience more discrimination than lesbian couples.” Read the rest on Gawker.


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