No frangers, 100% effective and increases libido: Sounds like a win/win/win situation to me

Any contraceptive solution that doesn’t require frangers, is 100% effective AND increases your libido sounds like a miracle, too good to be true.

A contraceptive injection for men has been shown to be almost 100 per cent effective, and may also increase libido.

The hormone-based jab is designed to lower sperm counts by acting on the brain’s pituitary gland.

Over a year-long trial, nearly 96 per cent of couples relying on the injection to prevent unplanned pregnancies found it to be effective. During this time, only four pregnancies occurred among the men’s partners.

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Apparently the headache excuse is real


Someone clearly had a point to prove….that when your missus says she has a headache that means no, rather than going to get her a couple of Panadol

It’s taken an army of mice (and a group of clever Canadian researchers) to crack open an old sexual chestnut and get at the meat inside: For women, “Not tonight dear, I have a headache” is not a passive-aggressive rebuff to a mate’s sexual invitation (not always, at least). It’s a biological phenomenon with deep evolutionary roots.

Even for females who’ve never watched a 1950s movie or been schooled in the art of sexual gamesmanship, bodily pain puts a serious damper on sexual desire, new research has revealed.

And pain reduction can help restore libido squelched by physical discomfort (which suggests that fetching an analgesic and a glass of water might be a better strategy than sulking or wheedling). ? Read more »


Gay food helps with sex

If you don’t want to be a dud root in the scratcher then consider eating gay food.

Want an extra boost in the bedroom? Load up your trolley with these all-natural aphrodisiacs.

For centuries man has attempted to boost his sex drive with potions, lotions and pills. If you’ve lost that loving feeling, the answer to increasing your sexual appetite might not be locked away in your underwear drawer or medicine cabinet but found down the supermarket aisle. Certain foods contain specific enzymes and vitamins that increase circulation, stimulation and the production of hormones linked to increased sexual drive and stamina.

?There are many factors that can affect your sex drive including the foods we eat,” says Sydney naturopath and nutritionist Lisa Guy, who wrote?The Art of Healing. “Eating a variety of wholesome foods with natural libido-enhancing properties, may be just what you need to spice things up in the bedroom. Whether it’s a food that lifts your mood, calms you down, or stimulates your circulation, they can help contribute to a healthier sex life.?? Read more »