For the original story, follow the link here. Orgasms, apparently, are not always orgasmic. According to a recent study published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, a lot more goes into how people achieve a healthy orgasm than proper technique. “There seems to be a widespread assumption that orgasms during consensual sex are always positive, but research had never explored the possibility that they might be negative … Continue reading Bad Orgasms: Another Study Finds Not All Sex Is Blissful
For the original Story, Follow the link here. Break-ups suck. Virtually everyone goes through at least one. And divorce is even more brutal, especially considering nearly half of couples divorce in the first four or five years of being married. As it is a quintessential human struggle, going through a divorce has been the inspiration for many films and TV series, and these stories are usually complex by … Continue reading Can Watching Fictional Dysfunctional Couples Improve your Relationship?
Condoms suck. We can all agree on that. Lining two grams of latex between points of pleasure can irritate almost anyone, the exceptions being sadists, masochists and those with a fetish for eco-friendly plastic. It’s not like likely that you fit any of those profiles. Instead, you might want to know why in 2019—almost 2020—CNN, Facebook, or whomever you mistakenly get your news from hasn’t … Continue reading Why Don’t We Have a Male Birth Control Pill (or Gel) Yet?
On the edge of Hanoi’s old quarter sits the Hanoi Opera House. A relic of French colonialism and an architectural beauty, it presents and accomplishes a perfect draw for tourists — but locals know better. They know what’s behind it. Continue reading With The Bombs Came Bepop
Entering the mind of Olsen is entering the eye of the storm, your Peqoud breached with leaks in the midst of a heavy storm, a mad commander slipping to madness. Will I find the fire she burns, amidst the stormy channels, where no witness is meant to stand? Continue reading Angel Olsen’s Phases: It’s Anything but Singular
From the moment Jun Seba, popularly known by his musical moniker Nujabes, delved into his first Herbie Hancock vinyl, to the fateful February night along that Shuto Expressway, Seba pushed the boundaries of hip-hop culture. Retaining a steady posthumous fame across the globe, Nujabes introduced a revolutionary expansion in global hip-hop consciousness, focusing on the connection to the spirit captured in his beats; his work … Continue reading Flow Eternal: Nujabes and the Fruition of Hip-Hop Culture in Japan
The early 2000’s were incredible years for music as a movement from an otherwise stagnate interphase between changing dynamics in punk culture, as well as the beginning of indie rock as its own solidified genre. Continue reading Turn On the Bright Lights: Shedding Light On A City In Crisis
An album by general consensus is a collection of songs an artist or artists pulling together a variety of instruments, tones, and recordings. I’m sure there are better ways to define an album but you get the gist. That being said, it’s becoming more and more clear that’s it’s not so much the quality of songs in their individual sound, respectfully, so much as it’s … Continue reading Guide to the Gorillaz: The revolutionary destruction of genre