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Kate
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Best research ever: researchers interested in whether modern men could subconsciously detect a woman's estrus ("being in heat at peak fertility") by examining tips earned by 18 exotic dancers. "Dancers earned, on average, $70 per hour when ovulating, $35 per hour when menstruating, and $50 per hour during the weeks in between. Notably, women on birth control pills did not show the earnings peak."
Feb 22, 2012 06:56AM
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Kate
Kate is on page 92 of 246
In a survey of college students, 1 in 7 women would consider sex with someone she had not first kissed; the majority of men reported that they "would not be deterred". Wow. I wonder how one finds themselves in that situation.
Feb 22, 2012 07:19AM
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Kate
Kate is on page 80 of 246
Lips are more sensitive to touch than genitals. http://www.jwz.org/blog/2004/12/senso...
Feb 22, 2012 07:17AM
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Kate
Kate is on page 74 of 246
four minutes. Afterwards, many of the research participants reported feeling a deep attraction for the other. In fact, two couples from the study were married within six months."
Feb 22, 2012 07:08AM
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Kate
Kate is on page 74 of 246
"Psychologist Arthur Aron of the SUNY at Stony Brook has found that staring into a partner's eyes has a tremendous impact on the feelings associated with falling in love. In his study, Aron paired male and female strangers together for an hour and a half, instructing them first to discuss intimate details of their lives and then, at the end of the time period, to stop talking and stare into one another's eyes for
Feb 22, 2012 07:07AM
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Kate
Kate is on page 64 of 246
"The German language has thirty words for kissing, including nachkussen, meaning a kiss to make up for those that have not occurred."
Feb 22, 2012 07:01AM
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Kate
Kate is on page 27 of 246
Bonobos "use sex rather than aggression to resolve conflicts in their female-governed society."
Feb 22, 2012 06:58AM
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Kate
Kate is on page 21 of 246
The real "eskimo kiss" does not actually involve rubbing noses together. "Instead, it's a kind of nuzzle-sniff. To properly bestow a kunik, you press your nostrils against the skin of a loved one and breathe in..." I've been doing trying these kisses since I read that. It's odd.
Feb 22, 2012 06:52AM
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Kate
Kate is on page 5 of 246
I am still in the intro and cannot stop giggling when the definition of kissing is said to include the lips being pressed on some other part of another's body. Also, I am sooo mature.
Feb 13, 2012 04:12PM
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