Contents of Woman’s Purse

I can’t count how many times I’ve watched another woman spill the contents of her purse in public and then scramble to pick it all up. Still, everyone peeped everything in her bag, including the condoms.

And we all know how some folk feel about women carrying condoms. How dare she carry around those little packets designed to protect herself and her partner! Right?

Any thoughts from your side on this – thanks



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what do women notice in men

Do better with the opposite sex. So what do women notice immediately?

According to Dr Gordon Patzer, author of Looks: Why They Matter More Than You Ever Imagined, and one of the world’s leading authorities on physical attractiveness, a lot of what women notice in the first few minutes is appearance-based. “A substantial portion of the six features of a man are apparent, in terms of height, weight and overall physical attractiveness,” he says. And when appearances don’t make the cut, the door slams shut on further interactions. Here’s a list of things to keep that door open.

1. Physical stature

Yep, you knew this already: size matters. Height and weight are right on top of the list of things women notice. “Too much or too little of either immediately classifies the man as unattractive to women, and closes the door before less physically obviously features (such as confidence) can be determined,” says Dr Patzer. Take heart though, the acceptable range is influenced by the woman’s own height and weight.

2. Appearances and attractiveness

Yes, beauty is skin deep, but it’s going to get women to explore what lies beneath. Attractiveness does include what you were born with, but your genes alone can’t scuttle your chances. What really counts is what you do with your hair, clothes, grooming and basic hygiene. If you can’t make the effort, women certainly are not going to work hard to learn more about you!

3. Smile

Once women are done assessing your overall build, women will look at your smile. “The ability to smile, particularly within the first few minutes of meeting, sends a welcoming, non-hostile signal to women,” says Dr Patzer. There is one proviso though — the smile must show off reasonably good-looking teeth. It’s never too late to fix an appointment with the dentist!

4. Humour

Another reason to show off those pearly whites! Women like men who have the ability to laugh. Even better, make the woman laugh. That instantly nets you bonus points!

5. Confidence

Women find confident men attractive. According to Dr Sameer Malhotra, head of psychiatry and psychotherapy department at Fortis Hospital in New Delhi, within the first few minutes of meeting, women will not only suss out your level of confidence, they will also interpret the vibes you give out and how you think. “Women notice how clear or decisive you are and whether you approach things positively.” Just remember, cockiness and arrogance are not the same as confidence!

6. Conversation

Men have successfully given womankind the impression of being strong and silent. So women aren’t expecting you to have mad talking skills. All you’ve got to do hold her attention. “We know (scientifically) that the more or longer that a woman gets to know a man, the more physically attractive he becomes in her mind,” says Dr Patzer. Women are looking for someone to keep up the conversation — so forget the one-liners, just be yourself!



Courtesy Men’s Life Today


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Indian Celebrities Should Endorse Condoms

India is the second largest populated country and third largest with HIV population in the world. I attempt to bring it to the attention of the famous celebrities and remind them that it is the Indian society who has made them famous and they owe them something in return. Social responsibility is not just only for the corporates but the celebrities cannot shy away and excuse themselves by citing silly reasons.

With sex being a taboo in India, we hardly see celebrities endorsing products such as condoms. However, promoting condoms in a country as populated as India is very important. Not only does a condom avoid an unplanned pregnancy but also protects the spread of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Getting a mainstream actor to promote a condom is the need of the hour today. Endorsing a condom would be like a social cause. Hence, to spread the message of ‘Sex thrills but AIDS kills’, we present a list of actors who we think should endorse condoms. We have made this list on the basis of their mass connect and appeal. Let us check out the list of actors who should take a cue from Sunny Leone, who promotes a condom brand, and endorse condoms.

# Emraan Hashmi, Ranbir Kapoor, Salman Khan, Ranveer Singh, Rajinikanth to list a few #

Hi celebrities – take a fraction of a minute and think about the society who has made rich and famous.


thanks TOI

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The top 15 most ridiculous sex myths!

The top 15 most ridiculous sex myths!

What did you believe?

We all heard at least one when we were in school, so we thought we would combine a list of the most entertaining Sex myths out there for a giggle and to remember that we believed almost anything when it come to the ‘s’ word.

  1. Green M and Ms make you horny- Nope, they just make you crave more M and Ms
  2. Hot tubs can prevent pregnancy- No, they just mask a rogue fart!
  3. Mountain Dew decreases your sperm count- It makes you wired for lots of sex!
  4. You can get an STI from a toilet seat- Your hovering days are over!
  5. I won’t get an STD from someone I know- They wouldn’t do that to me- would they?
  6. Doggy Style gives you puppies- There are no words…
  7. If you give oral sex, but brush your teeth after you won’t get an STI- Na-ah- it just stops you having cummy breath!
  8. If you don’t have a condom- cling film is just as good!- Give me strength!
  9. Jumping up and down afer sex stops you getting pregnant- Nope- it just makes you look like you need an after sex wee!
  10. You can’t get pregnant if you have sex standing up- Gravity won’t help you here my friend!
  11. You can’t get pregnant if you wash with Coca Cola- Because the sperm gets distracted by the bubbles? And has a mini hot tub party in your vagina?
  12. Semen is low carb- BAD news for any ladies currently on a Atkins :(
  13. If you douche after sex you won’t get pregnant- Sorry- you’re too late!
  14. Two condoms are better than one- It’s not a heavy shop at Asda!
  15. Masturbation causes gas- No, but sex might encourage a sly fanny fart! 


Courtesy Lucy Walton


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Open the Vaginal secret

It may be interesting and worth to note that the depth of the vagina is around 70 to 100 mm, that is 7 to 10 cm, only. I really do not know why both men and women are worried about the size of the penis when the vagina can accommodate only a maximum of 10 cm of the penis.

It is more to do with the psychological factor than reality. What is important is to use what you have to the best of your ability by improving your skill and understanding of how to achieve better orgasm.

Therefore, size is not an issue, unless you have something less than 7 cm, on the contrary learn and develop the skill, science and art of love making.




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5 Sexual Health Myths Debunked: Does Shoe Size Really Mean You Know What?

 Technology can be a double-edged sword. With so much information easily accessible to anyone at the touch of a button, it’s likely that something you read on the internet isn’t going to be accurate. When it comes to sex, the internet is rampant with all kinds of guides, tips, and myths. Many of them seem silly, however, some might have you wondering if they are actually true. Here, we’ve debunked some of the strangest sex myths out there.

Using Two Condoms Is A Bad Idea

In this case, more isn’t better. By using two condoms at the same time you actually increase the risk of them breaking. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), using a condom correctly can decrease the chances of causing pregnancy or contracting a sexually transmitted disease (STD), such as HIV. “Consistent and correct use of the male latex condom reduces the risk of STD and HIV transmission,” the CDC says, however, “the most reliable ways to avoid transmission of STDs are to abstain from sexual activity, or to be in a long-term mutually monogamous relationship with an uninfected partner.”

Natural Family Planning Can Actually Work

Natural Family Planning (NFP) is a combination of birth control methods that forgoes using any drugs or devices. It involves keeping track of a woman’s resting body temperature, the timing of her menstrual cycle, and the consistency of her cervical mucus. When done correctly, it can prevent pregnancy, according to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). In 2007, researchers found that NFP is as effective as the contraceptive pill. Out of 100 couples who use NFP, one to 25 will become pregnant, though these chances decrease if all methods are used effectively. However, it’s important to note that NFP doesn’t protect against STDs.

You Can Get Pregnant if You’re On Your Period

Although the likelihood is lower, you can get pregnant during any stage of your menstruation cycle. “Sperm can live inside the body for up to a week, so if you have sex during your period and then ovulate shortly after, his little swimmers could still be hanging around, ready to make sexy time with an egg when it arrives,” Dr. Sherman Silber, director of the Infertility Center in St. Louis told Women’s Health Magazine.

Men Can Have Multiple Orgasms

While it is true than men need time to recuperate post-ejaculation, they can achieve multiple peaks of pleasure during sex. Some tantric sex experts believe that this is possible by controlling ejaculation. “The pubococcygeal (PC) muscles, which run from your pubic bone to your tailbone, are the ultimate sex muscle,” according to Discovery Health, “If properly conditioned, the PCs enable you to stop ejaculation while continuing to enjoy sex.” Thus, achieving multiple male orgasms.

Shoe Size Does Not Equals Penis Size

This misconception has been around for so many years, yet some people might believe this to be true. However, there is no scientific basis to this myth, and one 2002 study found that there was indeed no correlation.


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Which evil is better

No one wants to wear condoms, but they’re a necessary evil in your attempt to sex up random strange while, at the same time, not have unnecessary evils (STDs, children, etc.) thrust upon you. So it can’t hurt to learn more about them, can it?

Of course, you would love to wear a condom to prevent the other evil spoiling your life.


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Make safe sex a priority

It is quite overwhelming how many people still have sex without a condom. The reality is that people do have and would like to have sex, often with people they don’t know well, but using a condom will prevent the transmission of HIV as well as many other STDs. Be alert, be alive, and always make safe sex a priority.


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common mistakes while using condoms

Below listed points on condom use are based on in depth studies conducted over a period of 16 years and list of errors have been identified.

Late application: Across the numerous studies, between 17 percent and 51.1 percent of people reported putting a condom on after intercourse has already begun.

Early removal: Between 13.6 percent and 44.7 percent of the respondents reported removing the condom before intercourse was complete.

Completely unrolling the condom prior to application: Between 2.1 percent and 25.3 percent of people admitted to completely unrolling the condom before sliding it on.

No space at the tip: Failing to leave space for semen at the tip of the condom was reported by 24.3 to 45.7 percent of the respondents.

Failure to remove air: When looking back to their last s*xual encounter, 48.1 percent of women and 41.6 percent of men reported that they didn’t squeeze the air from the tip before use.

Inside-out condoms: Between 4 percent and 30.4 percent of participants reported they began rolling the condom on inside out, but then flipped it over and continued its use. And that’s bad, since it can expose her to your pre-ejaculatory fluids, which can get her pregnant.

Failure to completely unroll the condom before use: When looking back to their last s*xual encounter, 11.2 percent of women and 8.8 percent of men had began intercourse before the condom was unrolled all the way.

Exposure to sharp object: Between 2.1 percent and 11.2 percent of people had opened condom packets with sharp objects. The problem: If it’s sharp enough to rip the wrapper, it’s sharp enough to rip the condom.

Failure to check for damage: When removing the condom from the package, 82.7 percent of women and 74.5 percent of men reported that they fail to check for damage before use. What to look for: Make sure the wrapper isn’t worn down or ripped open, keep your eyes peeled for expired dates, and check for visible imperfections while unrolling.

No lubrication: Between 16 percent and 25.8 percent of people reported using condoms without lubrication. The trouble? If you’re having s*x for an extended period of time, the condom is more likely to tear without lubrication.

Lubrication complications: Roughly 3.2 percent of women and 4.7 percent of men reported using an oil-based lube with a latex condom. That weakens the latex, which can make it prone to breakage.

Incorrect withdrawal: Nearly 31 percent of men and 27 percent of women reported that (post-sex) they failed to promptly and properly withdraw after ejaculation.

Reusing a condom: Between 1.4 percent and 3.3 percent of people reported reusing a condom at least twice during a sexual encounter. Gross.

Incorrect storage: Between 3.3 percent and 19.1 percent of people in the studies had stored their condoms in conditions that did not comply with the recommendations on the package. Avoid storing them in direct sunlight or your wallet—both can degrade the latex.

Not wearing one at all:: This wasn’t actually part of the study, but we should add that #15 is this: Not using one at all. According to the (most recent) National Survey of sexual Health and Behavior, only 45 percent of men ages 18 to 24 used a condom with their last sexual partner. And as the age groups increased, the stats only got worse: Only 29.3 percent of men ages 25 to 34 used condoms and 21.3 percent of men between ages 35 and 44


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Condom taste test

We licked and sucked eight flavors of condoms — chocolate, strawberry, garlic, marijuana, cola, banana, vanilla and grape — so you don’t have to. No cunning linguist wants to take the V-day date to the bedroom, only to be stuck with a sub-par condom flavor profile. So which condom is most flavorful? Which color looked the weirdest stretched over a banana? Why does our boss now feel like “a slut?”


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