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The prostate gets a lot of buzz, both as a common cancer-spot, and a source of secret pleasure. What's up with this mysterious organ?
Transcript: Just like all men have penises, all men have prostates, but most are more acquainted with the former!...
Just like all men have penises, all men have prostates, but most are more acquainted with the former! The prostate is a walnut-sized organ which can be both a pleasure center and a place where cancer can reside. The prostate is located between the bladder and the penis in the front of the rectum. The urethra, which carries urine from the bladder through the penis, passes through the prostate's center. The nerves that control erection are attached to both sides of the prostate, as they extend to the penis. The prostate produces seminal fluid, which nourishes and "carries" sperm. Male ejaculate, or semen, is a mixture of this seminal fluid and sperm. The prostate is surrounded by sensitive nerves, which is why some men enjoy anal play. The organ is also the location where prostate cancer, one of the most common forms of the disease, shows up. So, particularly if you're a male over 40, get your prostate checked annually-it can only do you good!More »
Last Modified: 2013-06-13 | Tags »
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The vagina can seem complicated to navigate. Watch this video for a detailed guide to the vagina.
Transcript: "We tend to refer to a woman's entire genital area as the vagina, but female genitals are composed of...
"We tend to refer to a woman's entire genital area as the vagina, but female genitals are composed of many different parts which work together. The part of the vagina you can actually see is called the vulva, an umbrella term for several "external" parts which keep bad bacteria out and allow sperm in. The labia majora, or outer lips, are a layer of skin and fat that keeps sex comfortable. The labia minora, or inner lips, guard the interior of the vagina. Some women's labia minora actually extend past their labia majora, and this is normal and completely fine. Inside the labia minora are both the vagina-the canal through which a penis enters and a baby exits-and the urethra. The urethra is a tube that leads from the bladder to carry urine. Right behind it, along the inside of the front wall of the vagina, is the enigmatic G-spot, a dime-sized bulb of tissue that can lead to a powerful orgasm. Located on top of the vaginal opening is the clitoris, another orgasm-inducer, whose sole job is pleasure! It's little wonder, since the clit is composed of the same erectile tissue as the penis. The part of the clitoris that is visible, the glans, is covered by a small hood. A woman's cervix-the opening that leads to the uterus-lies directly north of the vagina. Eggs, which are made in two ovaries, travel to the uterus by way of oviducts which are connected to the ovaries. No wonder the vagina can seem so complicated to navigate!More »
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There are many things about female anatomy that are unknown to men, and even women themselves. Unravel the mystery of the female anatomy by watching this video.
Transcript: Think you're a vagina expert? Well here are five facts you've never heard before! Her hot spots have...
Think you're a vagina expert? Well here are five facts you've never heard before! Her hot spots have something very interesting in common with a shark! Vaginal lubricant is a melting pot of ingredients, from lactic acid to squalene, an ingredient also found in sharks' livers! But her natural lubrication isn't just for getting hot and heavy! Sex leaves women mentally alert because it takes them between 15 to 30 minutes to return to a pre-aroused state, while guys come down immediately. And how long does that sex take? According to studies, the average experience is 2 minutes and 50 seconds. Yet women generously rated these same sessions as "feeling" like 5 minutes and 30 seconds...so there's hope for the quickie!More »
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A woman's sexual organs have long been a source of confusion and even mystery. Watch this video to uncover facts on the vagina and clitoris.
Transcript: As if the vagina wasn't mysterious enough, here are five other strange facts about the female anatomy....
As if the vagina wasn't mysterious enough, here are five other strange facts about the female anatomy. The clitoris is the only part of either sex's body whose purpose is solely for pleasure! Maybe that's because her bliss button is actually made of erectile tissue no wonder it feels so good when touched! Some scientists call this area the "mini-penis" since they believe the clit is the part of a growing fetus that becomes a penis when a baby ends up being male. Another fact that may surprise you: The average woman releases about one-quarter to one-half a teaspoon of normal discharge every eight hours. That may sound unappealing, but the vagina is one of only two self-cleaning organs-the the other being the eyes.There you have it: Five surprising facts about your (or her!) sacred spots!More »
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Looking to spice things up? Check out these facts about male anatomy to help you along.
Transcript: Think you know everything there is to know about the penis? Think again! No matter your gender, you'll...
Think you know everything there is to know about the penis? Think again! No matter your gender, you'll be surprised to hear these five shocking facts about the male genitals! There are two types of penises, one which expands and lengthens when it becomes erect, and one which doesn't change much in size during erection. Surveys say that 79 percent of men have the former type, while 21 percent have members that remain more or less the same size at all times. Interestingly, smoking can actually shorten your penis by as much as a centimeter! That's because a hard penis requires great blood-flow, and cigarettes stifle that circulation. No matter the size of the member, however, the average male orgasm lasts six seconds. Meanwhile, the average intercourse session lasts just three to seven minutes. There you go: five things you didn't know about your (or his!) magnificent member.More »
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Even if you think you're an expert on male anatomy, there are probably still a few things you don’t know. Check out this video for all the facts you didn’t know about his genitals.
Transcript: Even if you're a penis expert, there are at least five things you don't know about his member! Here's...
Even if you're a penis expert, there are at least five things you don't know about his member! Here's a wacky fact for you: Although it's likely that all men have tried it, only one man in 400 is flexible enough to give himself oral pleasure. But no matter how you do it, it's important to be careful during those masturbation sessions! The most common cause of penile rupture is masturbation. Fact three: You don't need a brain to ejaculate! That order comes directly from the spinal cord. What about reproduction? Turns out that better-looking men have better swimming sperm. The proof comes from a study that showed that men rated "most handsome" by women produced the strongest sperm. In addition, the longer the penis, the better "semen displacement" - that's babies made - when having sex. Who knew the penis was so full of strange secrets? If you want to learn more of them, check out other videos in this series!More »
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The pelvis is a complicated part of female anatomy. Watch this video to learn more about what makes the female anatomy such a mystery.
Transcript: For men and women alike, female anatomy can be daunting. To demystify a womans below-the-belt region,...
For men and women alike, female anatomy can be daunting. To demystify a womans below-the-belt region, it helps to compare her pelvis to something less confusing. Allow me to introduce the three-room cottage analogy. The middle room is the vagina, bordered by the bladder in front and the rectum in back. All three rooms are separated by two vaginal walls. And at the top of the central room, perched like a chandlier in the ceiling, is the cervix, held in place by a pair of ligaments functioning like two strong support cables. These uterosacral ligaments connect the uterus at the level of the cervix to the front side of the sacrum. Projecting sideways from the top of the uterus, like two arms on a Mr. Potato-head, are the tubes and ovaries. Moving back down toward the foundation of the 3 room cottage sits a connective tissue wedge separating the vaginal opening from the anus this structure is called the perineum. At the level of the ground floor, these three rooms are surrounded by a wraparound terrace made up of levator ani muscles. You may know them as Kegel muscles. The Kegel muscles attach to the perineum something you can easily demonstrate yourself by using a mirror to watch the perineum retract with each Kegel contraction. Remember, this cozy, yet complex, house is just the INTERIOR, or pelvic, part of a womans anatomy. A closer look reveals that this house has quite the exterior. The vagina has two sets of vaginal lips: the labia majora, one on each side of the vaginal opening, with a pair of thinner inside lips called the labia minora resting between the labia majora. At the top of the labia minora is the clitoris, a small short tubular structure made of erectile tissue. The ultra-sensitive clitoris contains the highest density of sensory nerves of any human body part, many times more than the head of the male penis. The clitoris is covered and protected by the prepuce, or clitoral hood. During sexual arousal, the clitoris becomes erect and the prepuce retracts, making it more accessible.To learn more about female anatomy, from the importance of vaginal fitness, to disorders like pelvic organ prolapse, urinary and fecal incontinence, check out other videos on this site.More »
Last Modified: 2013-01-02 | Tags »
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Do women masturbate? Is masturbation healthy for women? Get all the facts on women and masturbation, once and for all.
Transcript: "The percentage of females who masturbate may be larger than you think. Up to 81 percent of women say...
"The percentage of females who masturbate may be larger than you think. Up to 81 percent of women say they masturbate! While the majority of women stimulate themselves solo, more than 50 percent admit to feeling guilty about it. Here, we'll debunk the myths surrounding masturbation. It was once thought that men "had" to masturbate, while women had no such need. Despite being untrue, many such negative ideas about female masturbation stuck. Interestingly, masturbation provides a host of health benefits for women. A recent study noted that masturbation is a natural sleep aid for many women. In addition, solo sex can often provide pain relief from menstrual cramps and sore joints. But perhaps the best reason for women to masturbate is simply that it leads to self-discovery. Because female orgasm is not as automatic as male orgasm, masturbation can help a woman learn about what works for her. Solo sex is nothing to be ashamed of! So why not schedule a session today?More »
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Every woman has her own unique vaginal scent that is caused by friendly bacteria and acidic levels. Learn more in this video.
Transcript: Ladies, worrying about smelling "down there" is normal. Here's how to tell if the smell, like the worry,...
Ladies, worrying about smelling "down there" is normal. Here's how to tell if the smell, like the worry, is a-okay! First thing's first, when it comes to vaginas...every woman has her own scent. Depending on your body chemistry and diet, the vagina may smell: slightly sweet, musky, or even pungent! But where does the smell come from? Friendly bacteria in the vagina are the source of your natural aroma. The bacteria exist to keep your vagina at acidic levels, in turn preventing infections. But, if your vagina becomes compromised by invading "bad" bacteria, which can come from sources like feminine hygiene products, your odor may change. Periodic slight changes in smell are normal, particularly after sex or exercise. But a very pungent, or brand new, smell could signal a problem, like a yeast infection. If you develop a smell that's not normal for you, get thee to a doctor, especially if the odor is accompanied by discharge or itching.More »
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Do men masturbate too much? Too little? Find out what men think about masturbation by watching this video.
Transcript: You've probably heard that 97 percent of men have masturbated. But what's the real deal? While most...
You've probably heard that 97 percent of men have masturbated. But what's the real deal? While most men do masturbate with regularity, many of them admit to experiencing worries about the act. Here, we put them to rest. First, regular masturbation isn't bad for you, nor does it decrease your sex drive. In fact, beating off has been clinically proven to reduce migraines. Even better, masturbating significantly reduces a man's likelihood of developing prostate cancer! Of course, if you've become so obsessed with masturbation that your daily activities are affected, then it's time to seek some help. Some men also worry that masturbation lowers their sperm count. While frequent masturbation may affect sperm, masturbating normally—once a day or so—will no impact your count. The bottom line is that solo sex is not only normal, it's healthy—oh, and a really great time!More »
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Want to get the fireworks going in the bedroom? Then get the clitoris in on the action! For tips on how to stimulate this particular lady part, watch this video.
Transcript: The clitoris is between the top of the inner vaginal lips, or inner labia. The inner labia also serve...
The clitoris is between the top of the inner vaginal lips, or inner labia. The inner labia also serve as a hood to protect the clitoris in much the same manner that foreskin covers the penis. Pull the hood back, and you can see that the clitoris is about the size of a pencil eraser. Rich with responsive nerves, the clitoris becomes erectjust as a penis doeswhen a woman is aroused. Most women like constant, repetitive clitoral stimulation. But rubbing the clitoris directly is often too intense! Try moving your fingers over the hood in a circular fashion, or, if youre using oral stimulation, long, slow licks with the flat part of your tongue. Gentle suction can also have excellent results. If you really want to get creative, try tracing the letters of the alphabet with either fingers or tongue. Finding the right area of contact and amount of pressure might take some time, but if youre trying to turn candlelight into fireworks, its well worth it.More »
Last Modified: 2012-12-28 | Tags »
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An interesting sex shocker is the fact that contrary to popular belief, 50 percent of men don’t think about sex every day. Get more sex shockers in this video.
Transcript: Think you know everything there is to know about the male mind? These stats may shock you! Interestingly,...
Think you know everything there is to know about the male mind? These stats may shock you! Interestingly, despite cultural taboos about sexual experimentation between men, more men engage in homosexual acts than women do. And you've heard that men think about sex every seven seconds, right? That's one of those often cited, rarely sourced stats that is just not true. In fact, almost 50 percent of men claim they don't even think about sex every day, citing instead, thoughts that creep up a few times a week. Here's another interesting tidbit. Despite most men's penis proclamations, the average length is about 5.08 inches. A final fact about men that may or may not surprise most women: The average sex session lasts from just three to seven minutes. These surprising stats prove that perhaps there's more to the mystery of men than we thought!More »
Last Modified: 2012-12-28 | Tags »
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There are lots of things that can make for better sex and breathing is one of them! Watch this video for tips on how to breathe for better sex.
Transcript: Its probably not what youre thinking about when youre having sex, but your breathing can have a huge...
Its probably not what youre thinking about when youre having sex, but your breathing can have a huge impact on what you get out of the experience. When youre having sex, its natural to focus on the person you are with and the sensations you are experiencing. What you may not realize is that while your attention is on these pleasurable pursuits, your breathing is what sets the tempo for the experience, and when you are in the bedroom, good rhythm is an awful lot better than bad rhythm. Think about your breath like the drummer in your own personal band: the drums percussive beat isnt always the sound in the forefront, but it sets the pace and ties the beat together by giving it a cadence. Breath works the same way during sex. No one is suggesting that you think about breathing during sex. But, a little bit of preparation can help you keep a better rhythm in bed, and maybe even play an extra set or two. There are some simple exercises you can than can do to enhance your breathing and improve your sex life. When you are doing these exercises, think about this: its not just that better breathing means a better sexual rhythm improved breathing also means better blood flow, which can give you a stronger erection or enhanced sensation in your clitoris. Both of which are rather desirable during sex. Now that Ive got your attention Im going to show you some breathing exercises you can do on your own. Deep abdominal breathing is the key to breathing for better sex. This is how you do it: There are also breathing exercises that you can do with your partner. Although these exercises provide the same benefits as the other exercises, they also can be intimate and intensify the impact of using breath to enhance your sex life. Breathing in tandem.Its okay if you arent convinced yet lots of people are skeptical at first. But heres the thing all of the skeptics are people who havent tried it. Give it a real effort for a couple of weeks and then well see if you are still a skeptic. See you later! Want to have even more Better Sex? Check out other videos in this series for lots of ways to get the most out of your sex life.More »
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