Scientifically Proven Lovemaking Facts

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A few scientifically lovemaking facts have recently been unveiled. Here is a list of sex lessons for you to know...

Sex smells: A study in The Journal of Neuroscience claims that man's sweat smells different when he is sexually aroused.

Pull-out method works: When it comes to using preventive measures, the withdrawal method has been found to be as effective as condoms.

Child's play: 25 per cent of children, between the age of 11-16 years coming from low income households are reported to have illegal intercourse.

Growing pains: Penis extenders can be used to increase the length. It is useful in increasing the length by almost one inch.

The pursuit of pleasure: Men in their 20s and 30s and especially those who masturbate frequently are at higher risk for prostate cancer.

Popping pills: Birth control pills are occasionally promoted as a medicine for acne and PMS. So be fully aware and conscious of what you are buying. The Federal Drug Administration had forced a birth control pill manufacturing company to change their commercials, which made similar suggestions.

This is a test: In order to be on the safer side against cervical cancer women should wait until the age of age 21 to get their first Pap Smear Test done. One should get the check up done every three years.

Not yet: While women often hold out on sex and act against a biological impulse, men wait to prove that they're up to the challenge.

Role reversal: Men feel guiltier following sexual infidelity, while women feel worse after an emotional transgression.

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