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Sex Facts About Men: 6 Surprising Things That Could Improve Your Love Life

Let's Talk About Sex: Fact or Fiction

Many men see the female orgasm as one of life's perplexing mysteries. The difference between a vaginal orgasm and a clitoral orgasm can leave a man feeling confused and inadequate. Just like females, male sexuality involves more than just stimulation and ejaculation, it includes emotional, psychological, and physical wellbeing

Male sexuality is more complicated than we realize, from penis size to the male "G-spot." There's plenty about the male anatomy and how it works that can change the way we think about men and sex. The six facts down below can equip us to understand masculinity, and change our love life — for the better.

1. THE MALE G-SPOT EXISTS

Similar to women, men have a "G-spot" that's roughly located one to two inches inside the rectum toward the testicles, and is approximately the size of a walnut. Stimulating the G-spot permits the prostate gland to be touched, leading a man to have an intense orgasm without even touching the penis. This is also known as a "prostate massage", which targets the male G-spot, so it inevitably feels good.

2. EJACULATORY INEVITABILITY IS PRETTY COMMON

Most men will inevitably achieve orgasm after receiving a certain amount of stimulation. In a study published in the Journal of Sex Research, researchers coined the term "ejaculatory inevitability" to describe this phenomenon. They found 75 percent of men reach orgasm after two minutes or less of masturbation.

3. THE REFRACTORY PERIOD LASTS FROM HALF AN HOUR OR MORE

Men need some rest before achieving another orgasm — this is known as the refractory period. During this time, a man doesn't think about sex or get aroused, and the body does not respond to sexual stimulation or achieve orgasm again until this period is over, according to the International Society for Sexual Medicine. It can last anywhere from half an hour or more for the body to perform sexually again. This is all contingent on age, physical fitness, and lifestyle.

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These 6 surprising sex facts, from penis size to the male "G-spot", will change how you think about male sexuality.
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4. THE AVERAGE ERECT PENIS IS 5.57 INCHES LONG

The length of the average erect penis is 5.57 inches long, according to a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. The researchers find these self-reported figures are consistent with other research on penis size. The study also found the smallest penis is 1.57 inches long, while the longest is 10.23 inches long.

5. ORAL SEX MAKES THE PENIS BIGGER

The same study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found oral sex boosted penis size for men. Those who received oral sex before self-reporting their size had significantly larger penises than men who measured after fantasizing, or those who were masturbating. Perhaps oral sex is a natural size enhancement.

6. THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF MALE PENISES

Yes, there are two kinds of male penises — known as "growers" or "showers." A international Men's Health survey found 79 percent of men have growers, 21 percent have showers. The grower penis expands and gets longer as it erects. For example, if it was five inches before stimulated, it could get as long as seven to eight when fully erect. Contrastingly, a shower penis looks bigger when it's not erect. This type of penis does not increase too much after erection. So, if a shower has a five-inch penis, he may not get longer than 5.5 to 6 inches after erection

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Did you know that an average erect penis is 5.1-5.6 inches long

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Is There a Pill for Women's Sex Drive?
By Jen Uscher
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Drug companies have long tried to make a drug that can fire up a woman’s libido. So far, the FDA hasn't approved any drug for that purpose.

"There is no 'one size fits all' medication for sexual dysfunction," says Bat Sheva Marcus, PhD, clinical director of the Medical Center for Female Sexuality in New York.

Still, there are effective treatments, and they don't all come in a bottle.

The first step is to find out what's going on.

What’s Causing the Problem?

When you're taking care of yourself physically and emotionally, and when you're in a good relationship, your sex drive is bound to be better than when you're not.

Some of the things that can dim women's sex drive include:

Physical issues, including hormonal changes related to menopause or childbirth, or thyroid problems.
Chronic stress, including in your relationship.
Depression or other mental health issues.
Some prescription drugs may also affect libido, including some types of antidepressants, birth control pills, anti-anxiety drugs, and blood pressure medications.
It's usually not just one thing. These issues can affect each other.

"If you have pain during sex, for instance, over time you may develop low sexual desire," says Leah Millheiser, MD, director of the Female Sexual Medicine Program at Stanford University School of Medicine.

Reviving Your Libido

Talk with your doctor or a counselor about what you're going through.


"For example, your primary care doctor may be able to address the physical aspects, but you may also benefit from relationship counseling or sex therapy," Millheiser says.

Your doctor should check your overall health, review any medications you're taking, and talk with you about what you're experiencing.

If your doctor seems uncomfortable or dismissive when you bring up your sexual problems, don't give up, Marcus says. "If possible, look for a gynecologist or a sex therapist who is knowledgeable about the physical, relationship-related, and emotional components of sexual dysfunction."

Those discussions are private.

If you need medication, doctors may consider prescribing:

Estrogen skin creams, which can help if vaginal dryness makes sex painful. This typically happens when estrogen levels fall due to menopause or breastfeeding.Estrogen also comes in other forms, such as a tablet or skin patch.
ED drugs. Doctors occasionally prescribe erectile dysfunction drugs to women who have difficulty becoming aroused or reaching orgasm. These drugs boost blood flow to the genitals. But they are not likely to help someone who has a lack of desire or who can't have an orgasm, Marcus says. Women who have been through menopause may need to take supplemental testosterone for an ED drug to be effective.
Testosterone and other androgens decline as women age. These hormones may play a role in sexual function in women just like they do in men. Inwomen with low libido just before, during, or after menopause, or in women who've had surgery to remove their ovaries, some experts suggest the use of testosterone treatment. However, there are side effects, and long-term safety studies of testosterone treatment for women are lacking.
Wellbutrin , an antidepressant, may be prescribed to treat low sex drive in women who haven't been through menopause or if other antidepressants have affected their sex drive.
Every woman is different. It may take some experimenting to find what works for you.

What About Supplements?

Some supplements claim to boost women’s libido, but many lack scientific proof.

"Most of the salesmanship [for those products] is based on anecdotes and testimony," says Nanette Santoro, MD, chair of the obstetrics-gynecology department at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora, Colo. Her advice: Be skeptical if there isn't evidence from a clinical trial.

Millheiser warns that supplements that include an ingredient that acts like estrogen, such as red clover, might not be safe if you're at risk for, or have had, an estrogen-sensitive cancer like some breast cancers or ovarian cancer.

Tell your doctor about any supplements you're taking, even if they're natural. That way, your doctor can check on any side effects
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These are a few very simple ways to spark desire, build sexual tension and heighten arousal.

Set the scene: music in the background and candles burning will create the background for passion.
Breath: breathing a little louder than normal, will signal you are becoming increasingly turned on, allow the frequency and depth of the breath to do the talking at first.
Whisper: you should still sound like you, but deeper, lower and huskier. Slow things right down and whisper words in the ear.
What to say: Use words that you are comfortable with, but words that are a little more risqué than normal. Experiment with what turns you both on, words and phrases like f*k, tits, suck my *, I’m getting wet/hard can all be exhilarating in the right moment and can raise the tempo and temperature dramatically. Discover each other’s trigger words and exploit them.
Compliment: everyone loves to feel good in bed, telling each other what feels good and how much it is turning you on will create more confidence and lead to more fulfilling sex. ‘That feels good,’ ‘I love it when you do that,’ ‘Hmm, your body is amazing,’ ‘Don’t stop,’ ‘Yes,’ are all examples of how to gently encourage more of what you like and arouse your partner in the process.
If you’re nervous about talking, write on your hand or somewhere more private little key words to let them know what you are thinking. Simple words like, ‘Take me,’ ‘Touch me,’ ‘Now,’ and ‘You’re so hot’ can get things heading in the right direction.
Take control: You can start by telling them to take off their top, or underwear, depending on the setting. Start by saying ‘I want you to…..’ then, tell them exactly where you would like to be touched and how hard. Tell them exactly what you want and how you want it done. This can be a huge turn on for both sexes.
Tease: Gently slowing things down by saying ‘I know you’ve been thinking about what you want to do to me all day,’ or ‘I want you, but first…’ then describe how turned on you are. Heating things up and then gently stopping and asking if they are enjoying what you are doing if they want you to continue or do something else can be a huge turn on and leave them desperately wanting more.
Describe: Talking about what you are feeling can be a little less intimidating if you simply describe what you are doing and how you are feeling rather than using direct phrases. ‘You turn me on when you do that,’ ‘I want you to….’ and ‘I’m going to kiss you all over’ are all ways to let your partner know exactly what’s going through your mind.
Share fantasies: gently evolve to a little role-play or fantasize about things you would like to do together. Close your eyes and let your imagination run wild, explaining step by step what you would like to do and how much it would turn you on.
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This problem persist in most men and is a problem for most women since they do not climax.so man or woman this is for you.
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DID YOU KNOW AN APPLE A DAY CAN BOOST LIBIDO?
An apple a day can boost your sex life. According to one study, women who ate the fruit once a day had higher sexual quality of life. Plus, apples are delicious, so it's a win-win. 
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