Can Synergy help you keep your resolutions?

TurningPointSynergy Explorers

Wondering how you’re going to keep your New Year’s resolutions? Researchers widely acknowledge self-control as a key predictor of productive, happy, and healthy lives. Now, new research suggests why Synergy lovemaking might be a great way to improve your chances of keeping your resolutions. Is our capacity for self-control fixed? Scientists long assumed that self-control arose (or not) early in … Read More

The importance of touch

QuietthoughtsSynergy Explorers

Experts discuss the role of touch in the context of research results from 40,000 survey subjects from 100 countries. Read the article Listen to the podcast Touch is a critical element of mammalian attachment. For more see What are bonding behaviours?

10+ lifetime sexual partners linked to heightened cancer risk

QuietthoughtsResearch

If you’ve been lagging behind in the sexual revolution, not to worry. It might reduce your likelihood of cancer. BMJ Press release. A history of 10 or more lifetime sexual partners links to a heightened risk of cancer. Research published online in the journal BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health reveals this. And the findings indicate that among women, a higher … Read More

Is mutual sexual desire indispensable?

TurningPointSynergy Explorers

romantic

Reading an article about asexuality by Natasha McKeever, I was struck by the paragraphs describing how asexual people can have successful sexual and romantic relationships. For example: [Some asexuals] will engage in sex in particular contexts and for particular reasons, eg, to benefit a partner, to feel close to someone, to relax, to benefit their mental health, and so on. … Read More

Research: Less sex, but rougher

QuietthoughtsSynergy Explorers

rougher

Young adults are having less sex than in recent decades. However, people who do have sex appear to be engaging in rougher sex than in previous decades. The study used a nationally representative sample. This especially applied to young adults. Particularly concerning are the high rates of choking. However, researchers also investigated spanking, name calling, performing aggressive fellatio, facial ejaculation, … Read More

Study: Postcoital Symptoms in a Convenience Sample of Men and Women

QuietthoughtsSynergy Explorers

postcoital symptoms

Abstract Introduction Postcoital dysphoria (PCD) is a condition characterised by inexplicable feelings of tearfulness, sadness, and/or irritability. Previous research into postcoital symptoms has mostly focused on these 3 symptoms. It had failed to explore other symptoms that can occur after sexual activity. Aim The aim of the present study was to get a more in-depth understanding of postcoital symptom variety, … Read More