Losing Weight and Clean Sheets May Help Turn On Your Partner
A recent study took a look at several unusual activities that may have more sexual connections than many of us think about. Losing weight, winning money, and even clean bed sheets may be linked to passionate moods experienced by men and women. Such activities may turn-on your partner or help them get into the mood researchers claim. Certain activities have shown evidence of being turn-ons or sexual mood makers depending on the gender of the individual.
More than 2,000 British men and women participated in a survey that included asking them about potential turn-ons and things that get them in the mood. Roughly 60 percent of women claimed winning money is a turn-on for them. Weight loss was an element considered to help such women get into the mood. Men were more likely to be in the mood after a night out with guy friends.
More sex – more earnings
A recent study with data compiled by Nick Drydakis, a lecturer at the Institute for the Study of Labor, a private research firm, may be evidence of a trend that may encourage more people to have sex more often. The study showed evidence that if people who have sex at least 4 times each week, they are more likely to earn more money. There are some areas of conflict and concern to still understand with this claim, but it is an intriguing thought with some common sense behind it.
Sexuality Educational Course and Effects on College Students
Undergrads who attend a college university in the southeastern portion of the United States participated in a study that looks at material related to a sexuality course completed by college students. The course touched on different subjects with most students feeling they were able to take away useful information. Researchers wanted to focus more on the positive benefits of the course. Because college sexuality courses offer vast amounts of information, many feel they may be able to help reduce common concerns related to sexual activity including pregnancy and sexual abuse.
Acts of Violence Facing Westminster Sex Workers
A recent research study reviews health and wellbeing risks facing prostitutes (also known as sex workers) in the Westminster area. The Sex Worker task force has found additional evidence that suggests more violence is being experienced among sex workers that has become a local and national concern. Such evidence suggests sex workers are more likely to experience violent robbery attempts, sexual assault and rape. The task force also believes that such violence is being committed at higher rates, yet victims may be too afraid to report it after it happens.
Responses Made by Female College Students Regarding Sexuality
A recent study reviews survey responses of female college students who completed Multidimensional Sexuality Questionnaire (MSQ) and Heterosexual Contact Scale (HCS) questionnaire. The questions were completed by women who may or may not initiate sexual contact with men. Women who didn’t initiate sexual contact scored lower on the MSQ in relation to factors such as sexual self-esteem and satisfaction. Factors such as geographic variations, anxiety and depression may be reasons why some scored lower than others.