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Introducing Kaylen Ostapovich

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Meet L.A.-based model Kaylen Ostapovich who says she’ll “probably die in a bikini.” The blonde clearly loves the feel of a swimsuit caressing her curves. She teamed up with photographer Ian Passmore to create this alluring photo shoot that finds her stretching bikinis and being as sexy as she wants to be. And we love her for it.

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Sex Hacks

How to Keep It Sexy When You Plan Your Valentine’s Day

Tuesday is Valentine’s Day, which means a lot of couples will be celebrating this weekend. If you’ve been slow to make plans and don’t know what to do—or if you’ve just met someone and want to figure out the best casual way of romancing her (or him) this weekend—don’t worry, we’ve got your back. This week, Playboy contributor Dana Hamilton offers a game plan for wooing in every kind of relationship. From first date to long-term love, she’s got you covered with tips and more important, what not to do.

Science Says…

Music and Same Cause the Same Reaction in Your Brain

“You know, music is sex,” legendary surf guitarist and Tarantino favorite Dick Dale once said that. And according to [new research],(https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-02/mu-sda020617.php) he’s right. At McGill University in Montreal, researchers wanted to study the brain’s pleasure system to examine the effect of music on the mind-body connection. They asked volunteers to bring in two pieces of their favorite music. They turned off the pleasure centers of the participants by giving them the drug naltrexone. After ingesting the drug, the participants reported that their favorite music no longer made them feel anything. The findings suggest that we’ve evolved to appreciate music in the the same area of our brain that’s triggered by sex, drugs and delicious food. To your brain, good sex and music feel pretty much same. This Valentine’s Day, be sure to keep that in mind.

Hard Science

Can You Tell When She’s Faking It?

This week for Hard Science, our resident sexologist, Debra W. Soh, tackles a question that’s bedeviled men for millennia: How do you know if she’s faking it? The trouble for men comes down to one word: concordance, or when someone feels aroused both physically and emotionally. With men this is obvious. Is he erect? He’s aroused. But women typically don’t display such clear signs of concordance. The problem with this, of course, is that it means many men likely aren’t stimulating their partner properly. This leads to women feeling the need to fake it. So, how do you know if she is putting on a show? Soh recommends you focus on her breathing, and of course, our favorite piece of advice, communicate openly.

For some more advice on how to curl her toes with actual pleasure, check YouTube sexpert Adina Rivers dropping some sexual science on how to please a woman and enjoy great sex.

Now Trending

Hooking Up Before the First Date> It’s a Thing

Every year, Match.com conducts a survey called “Singles In America”, which reports on the trends of single people. One key finding: millennials are 48 percent more likely than other generations to have sex before a first date. In the past, people used to fret about whether or not they should kiss on a first date, let alone have sex after the first date. Not any more. These days, sex is way more chill. And some experts speculate that millennials are doing this because they want to determine early on whether they should spend more time, energy and money on someone they just shagged—or if that person was only good for a lay. (In our opinion, if you’re free from the grips of old sexual dogma, it does make sense to test your love skills before you give someone your heart.)

And if we’re all going to be having sex with more strangers, here’s some good news: there’s another big breakthrough in the quest to find a condomless male contraceptive. It’s called Vasalgel, which is injected into the penile tubes sperm swim down. Like a dam of glue, Vasalgel gums up the works. Later, a second chemical can be injected that dissolves this temporary gummy vasectomy. It’s a rather genius approach—even if injecting things into a penis does sound painful. They may want to work on that before they get to marketing the product, which won’t be for a few years, as scientists are only now designing the first human trials.

Sex and the Super Bowl

Some Porn Stars Made a Bet and Now They Owe 500,000 People Blowjobs

Last week, the New England Patriots executed the most amazing comeback and only overtime win in Super Bowl history. Imagine all the people who had money on the game and had Atlanta up with a 25-point lead and a 4-to-1 payout if they secured the victory. They experienced a tease like no other. A lot of people bet on the Big Game with a range of stakes, such as these two porn stars who offered to blow their Twitter followers if New England won the game. And after that wow finish, the pair of porn stars now owe the world 500,000 blowjobs. Surprisingly, they plan to pay off their debts—on March 15th in Las Vegas. All participants are required to take an STD test before the big event. Here they are explaining it.

This Week in WTF?!

A Defrocked Priest, a Body Massager and a Human Vibrator Walk Into A Bar

This week we have a few stories of people who like to shake things up sexually. As this round-up proves, it’s not always the best idea.

Do you remember that story we covered about an Italian priest who arranged orgies in a church? We have an update: he was defrocked. So now he can focus full-time on his group sex game, because clearly he was a better pimp than a priest.

Next up, we have something to leave you shook with sexiness: a giant vibrator. Although, they demurely call it a “body massager,” this sexual aid and relaxation device is so powerful it can give you an orgasm through your clothing. It might be an adventurous Valentine’s Day fun for some.

Last up, we have another story of a giant vibrator, only this time it concerns a man. You’ve likely heard of body hacking. It’s when people attempt to implant technology into their bodies to become real life cyborgs. Well, rather than place a magnet in his hand so he can feel electromagnetism, this guy wants to become a human vibrator. He calls his vibrating pelvis the Lovetron 9000. And he thinks it’ll be the next big sex toy. We’ll keep you updated on that.


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Well, you know what time it is. Time to get your mind right for some Valentine’s Day weekend sexiness. And what better than watching Miss September Monica Sims eat a burger in a bikini. Enjoy!



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