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Revealed! What men really want in bed

August 16, 2014 12:13 IST

Revealed! What men really want in bed

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A sex toy retailer has listed few saucy tips of what men really want in bed.

According to WeVibe, men must be allowed to watch his women in bed and during foreplay, women should try showing him how they pleasure themselves, the Daily Star reported.

Men love to get surprises in bed and therefore one should keep the surprise elements in bed when men least expect it.

Another point to keep in mind to keep men happy in bed is to make them feel special with a sweet, unexpected gesture.

Note: All pictures are used only for representational purpose

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Image: Emraan Hashmi and Udita Goswami in Zeher
Photographs: A still from movie Zeher

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Sex toys can literally kill you

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Sex toys can actually be dangerous enough to cause death, as a man, who had a pleasure toy lodged in his butt for 5 days, died.

50-year-old Nigel Willis, was too ashamed to seek medical aid for the vibrator stuck in his body, that he spent almost a week on his sofa at his home in Forest Hill, London, which made him really weak, the Daily Star reported.

He was rushed to LewishamHospital after a pal convinced him to get help, where his condition kept deteriorating despite the toy’s removal and treatment, after which he finally passed away from multi-organ failure, sepsis and a perforated bowel.

The case was presented at Southwark Crown Court, where assistant coroner to inner-south London, Sarah Ormand-Walshe, stated the incident as tragic “accident.” 

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PMS is nature's way for women to get rid of their infertile partners!

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A medical expert has claimed that premenstrual tension is nature’s way for women to get rid of their infertile male partners.

According to the controversial new claim, PMS is nature’s way of making women unbearable to live with, thereby ridding themselves of an infertile male to clear the way for new partner to increase their chances of passing on their DNA, News.com.au reported.

Explaining the depressing ten days before a period that most women abhor, Professor Michael Gillings, from Macquarie University’s Department of Biological Sciences, said that the frequency of PMS in the modern world arose “because of a mismatch between our evolutionary history and current cultural conditions”.

He added that as 80 per cent of women have PMS, it is not a disease or syndrome, but a normal consequence of evolutionary adaptation “similar to morning sickness”.

He further said that the rise of PMS is a consequence of our control over our reproduction not as a consequence of infertility.

The study is published in journal Evolutionary Applications.

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Once a cheater always a cheater

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A new study claims that the saying ‘once a cheater, always a cheater, is in fact true.

According to the research, which was led by a psychology graduate, Kayla Knopp, people who had been disloyal to their partners were three and half times likelier to cheat in later relationships, Metro.co.uk reported.

Knopp, who looked into the previous as well as current relationships of 484 unmarried people, aged between 18 to 34 years, found that people do not learn from their experiences and mistakes, especially when it came to 'love.'

The study, which was presented at the annual American Psychological Association’s convention, also found that the victims of infidelity had more chances of being cheated on again in the future.

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Now, 'life-like' sex dolls that can be customised

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A sex doll manufacturing company has come up with the ‘life-like’ sex dolls, which will be customised according to a customer’s requirements like bust size, hair colour, eyes and even moveable fingers.

Orient Industry said that the dolls named “Dutch Wives”, which is a Japanese term for a sex doll, are made of high quality silicone, the Mirror reported.

Company spokesman, Osami Seto, said that the two areas they identified as really needing improvement were the skin and the eyes and added that they had finally got something that was arguably not distinguishable from the real thing.

The sex dolls, worth more than 1,000 pounds each, come with a selection of clothing like naughty nurses, sexy secretaries among many others.


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Source: ANI