Posted by Amanda Chapel
I am pleased to introduce a new feature today, the "Strumpette Sex Minute." It's a roundup of current sex-related
As to the "sex minute," this is a brief summary. Where I'd like to continually challenge Strumpette's audience, here I am going to be extra careful. I do not want to overestimate our primary demographic, the typical PR blogger male wanker. Boys can get depressed.
Also note, so as to be totally PC and inclusive, not that I am into it but Kami you're invited, too.
Today, I lay out four stories of interest: Austrians are the most satisfied; Baylor Bans Playboy Photo Spread; Thoughts of Sex Messes with Men's Heads; and Bra Marketing Busts Out.
Global sex study finds Austrians most equal to task
CHICAGO - Japan can't get no satisfaction. But Austria's mojo is working. Sex is more satisfying in countries where women and men are considered equal, according to an international study of people aged between 40 and 80 by the University of Chicago.
EDITORS NOTE: The study, which appears in this month's issue of the Archives of Sexual Behaviour, was funded by Pfizer, which makes the impotence drug Viagra. It's all PR.
College bars students from posing for Playboy
SAN ANTONIO - Baylor University in Waco, Texas, which bills itself as the world's largest Baptist college, has threatened to discipline female students if they pose for Playboy magazine, which is trying to recruit models from the college.
EDITORS NOTE: Baylor did not allow dancing on campus until 10 years ago.
Sex cues ruin men's decisiveness
Catching sight of a pretty woman really is enough to throw a man's decision-making skills into disarray, a study suggests.
Bra Marketing Business Busts Out All Over
NEW YORK -- Lifting and separating was just the beginning. Today's bra makers are increasing marketing spending as they woo women with technological improvements that promise conformity, moisture resistance, real comfort and even fashion for the full-figured gal who has long settled for function. Bra makers are expanding their marketing programs; Olga is focusing on larger-busted consumers who purchase nearly twice as many bra products as their smaller-busted counterparts.
This has been a Strumpette Sex Minute.
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re:Sex cues and Decisiveness. Men are allegedly more "visual" sexually-speaking. However, I know at least three other women who are equally distracted by sexual cues (probably due to higher-than-average levels of testosterone) -- and it seems to have a direct correlation with being more accomplished in their career. Lastly, but importantly, at least two of them prefer men.
OK u caught me*
but i arrived here via the circuitous route as opposed to going straight for the Naked good bits!!
some good chuckles in yer Blog Amanda!
p.s. i can't do the 4 day Belushi Binges anymore either............