Cruise line’s newest team member is pop star Jennifer Lopez

March 11, 2022

Cruising newcomer Virgin Voyages has announced its newest hire – pop star Jennifer Lopez is joining the cruise line as an investor and the chief entertainment and lifestyle officer.
“My artistic and social mission is to empower, inspire and entertain,” Lopez said in a statement. “Any opportunity that I get to combine all these attributes into a partnership and collaboration is exciting for me. I admire Sir Richard and all he has built.”
Virgin Voyages, Richard Branson’s latest business venture Read more

Shocking sex facts revealed

October 21, 2013

Shocking sex facts revealedCan high heels affect a woman’s orgasm?
Why is emotional connect as important to women as reaching orgasm?
Is coffee more important than sex in the morning?
Is sex addiction worse than drugs or booze?
Can kissing help you find the right partner?
Shocking sex facts revealed Wearing high heels can negatively affect a woman’s orgasm, a study has revealed.
Dr Eden Fromberg and Naomi Read more

5 Tips for a Stronger Relationship

July 7, 2013

5 Tips for a Stronger RelationshipBeing in a relationship is all about being a unit, and the stronger the bond, the better your unit.
Here are some tips on how to have a stronger, healthier relationship!
One of the main things about being in a relationship is learning that you have to compromise. For those who like to get their own way, it’s a tough learning curve but one that is essential to making any relationship work.
It obviously goes both Read more

Women Peak At 28 Men At 33

May 29, 2012

Women enjoy the best sex of their lives when they are 28. And they have the most sex when they are 25 – eight years after losing their virginity.
Men, meanwhile, wait until they are 33 before having their best sex – and have their most sex when they are 29.
The findings – in an exclusive poll of 1,281 people for Britain’s biggest online sex toy retailer – go against research which says that men reach their sexual peak at 18 and women Read more

Trying for a baby can make men impotent

May 22, 2012

Timing is crucial. Never more so, it seems, then when it comes to the delicate business of starting a family. Now a new study has confirmed that the pressure on men
from having to “perform” on cue can result in impotence and, in a significant number of cases, adultery.
After six months of the stress of so-called “timed intercourse”, at least four out of 10 men suffered Read more

Football brings couples closer

December 6, 2011

Watching football together could be the best thing for your relationship, according to a new survey.
The study by Indesit found 64 per cent of men in the UK would spend more time with their girlfriends if they knew more about football.
Women agree too, over one in three believe that having a good knowledge of the game would lead to them spending more quality time with their partner. When asked directly, one in four men said that their girlfriend knowing more about Read more

In relationships, expectations can often have unexpected consequences

July 14, 2011

From Bangkok Post
For happy couples, few things in life come close to the feeling of being in love and being loved in return; it’s like living in a magical fantasy land where all is bright and beautiful. But many of us suffer a very rude awakening, later on, when our ideals are not being realised and our initial perceptions turn out to be false: it transpires that the object of our devotion is not the partner we’d expected him or her to become.
Being a relationship counsellor, I have observed many relationships unwind because the two parties Read more

Men enjoy cuddling more than women, study says

July 11, 2011

It is an oft-repeated stereotype that while men want to have sex women prefer an affectionate cuddle.
But a study has found that in long term relationships, hugging and kissing are more important to the happiness of men than women.
The research, by sociologists at the Kinsey Institute of Indiana University, is the first international study of sexual behaviour and debunks many a popular bedroom theory Read more

Men and women don’t like the same films

July 3, 2011

Spending the night in front of the television and watching a film with the other half could be more damaging to your relationship than you could possibly think.
New research confirms what most of us already knew, that men and women don’t like watching the same films.
Women are far more interested in a happy ending and men are twice as likely to want a sex scene in the film, as proven by a study of 2,000 adults, commissioned by Read more

10 quick and easy ways to perk up your relationship

June 30, 2011

Here are 10 quick tips to get your relationship back on track.
Even the best relationships can grow stale. If you and your mate have fallen into a rut, don’t fret – help is on its way. We spoke to Dr. Michal Regev, a Vancouver-based psychologist and marriage therapist, to get her top 10 tips for perking up your relationship.
1. Prioritize your relationship
List the top three priorities in your life. If your relationship isn’t on the list, you need to scratch something else off and put it on there – before it’s too late. “Research shows Read more

Lack of sleep ‘kills a man’s sex drive’, study concludes

June 29, 2011

For many women married to workaholic husbands, a lack of interest in the bedroom can be a problem. But researchers may have come up with the answer to a lack of sex – a good night’s sleep
A study has found that men with poor sleep patterns have significantly lower levels of testosterone, which results in a lack of sex drive.
Experts say that reduced levels of the hormone can bring a host of other negative consequences for young men, including reduced libido and poor reproduction Read more

People’s deepest sexual desires revealed

May 6, 2011

Straight men prefer heavier women to thinner females and find feet erotic, according to a surprising survey of online searches. Scientists have finally got a grip on our deepest sexual desires, by looking at what people type into Google.
They have examined one billion online sex-related searches from around the world to find out what users click on when no one else is looking.
The findings have been published in a book called A Billion Wicked Thoughts, co-authored Read more

Not all young men want more sex: Survey

May 5, 2011

Unbelievable as it may sound, not all young men want more sex.
According to a survey on Australian men, 12 per cent between the ages of 16 and 24 said they wanted less sex – the highest proportion of any age group.
“Although it’s a minority, it’s still interesting that it’s more of them (than any other age group), which is not that sort of myth, boys not getting enough sex and dying to get it,” Dr Juliet Richters, Associate Professor in Sexual Health, University of New South Wales, told Read more

Married women are happier because society ‘approves’

May 5, 2011

Unmarried women who live with men are unhappier than married women because society “disapproves” of their behaviour, according to a sociological study.
The study of 22,000 people from around the world found that women who cohabited with men before they were married were slightly unhappier than married women, and that the most likely reason was because they had “violated” normal behaviour and had to endure disapproving glances.
The researchers also Read more

Seven signs your partner is cheating

April 9, 2011

Adultery is quite commonplace amongst modern couples, and with the internet and mobile phones it’s easier than ever for an unfaithful partner to conceal their whereabouts. While your cheating other half may try to hide his mistress, being unfaithful requires a lot of attention to detail that escapes many men. Those who aren’t careful enough leave plenty of clues or behave oddly to try to cover their actions. If you suspect your beloved might be doing the dirty, read on for the seven main Read more

Social rejection and physical pain are linked

April 2, 2011

by Jasmine Malone
LONDON: Social rejection and actual physical pain ‘hurt’ in the same way, scientists report, having identified the shared neurons that are activated in response to the very different types of negative experience.
The study is the first to prove that rejection and physical pain don’t just feel the same, they also share the same somatosensory pathways and that from a neurological perspective, emotional pain has a lot more in common with physical pain than it does with other emotions.
“On the surface, spilling a hot Read more

Morning sex improves mood, health

January 31, 2011

If you’re not a morning person, your early routine probably involves dragging yourself, crumpled and weary from the bed and stumbling towards the kettle – but according to research, having sex in the morning could really set you up for the day.
It may not be high on your list of priorities, but a little morning love-making not only boosts your mood but also strengthens your immune system, reducing your risk of catching a cold or flu and naturally improving hair, skin and Read more

Women take just 3 minutes to decide on Mr Right

January 3, 2011

It takes a woman just three minutes to make up her mind about whether she likes a man or not, a study has revealed.
The research showed that the average female spends the time sizing up looks, physique and dress-sense as well as taking in scent, accent and eloquence of a potential suitor.
Women also quickly judge how he interacts with her friends and whether he is successful or ambitious Read more

The secret of a happy marriage? Save the sex for the honeymoon

December 25, 2010

By Jane Mathews
COUPLES who marry the old-fashioned way – shunning sex until after the wedding – enjoy happier marriages, a study has found.
Researchers say delaying the joy of the wedding night not only results in better relationships but also improves sex itself.
They asked 2,035 married couples how soon they first had sex after they first met.
Those who waited until the honeymoon were 22 per cent Read more

Want him to fancy you? Look up!

November 27, 2010

If your idea of flirting is to go bright red and hang your head in shame, it’s time to listen up!
Researchers say that the way you tilt your head can dramatically alter your attractiveness to the opposite sex.
Apparently, women should angle their head forwards, so they have to look slightly upwards and men should tilt their head back and look down their nose slightly, as this will make them appear more Read more

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