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Namita Agarwal namitaagarwal14 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 23 04:41:39 EDT 2010

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On 4/22/10, muhammad deen <fakhruteacher at gmail.com> wrote:
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> From: Trepan Singh <ts.negi00 at gmail.com>
> Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2010 17:35:54 +0530
> Subject: [SayEverything] Heavier women and the elderly get more sex.
> Unbelievably true,
> To: sayeverything at yahoogroups.co.in, kapil0912 at gmail.com,
> vikram.rasik at gmail.com
> Heavier women and the elderly get more sex. Unbelievably true, read this and
> more on the latest findings in sex research.
> Smriti Lamech brings you everything that's hot off the press in sex research
> Slow down, there's no hurry now! Nils Beckman and his colleagues at the
> University of Gothenburg, Sweden, studied sexual attitudes of 1,500 senior
> citizens over 30 years. The research showed that the frequency of sexual
> intercourse increased as the respondents got older. The figure went up from
> 38 per cent to 56 per cent for married women, and from 0.8 percent to 12 per
> cent for unmarried women. The study, published in the British Medical
> Journal, says that more women reported higher sexual satisfaction and almost
> all reported more orgasms. Now you know how the elderly gentleman next door
> threw his back!
> 18% rise in frequency of sexual intercourse for married women as years go
> by.
> Have your cake and eat it too! A study conducted by Dr Bliss Kaneshiro of
> the School of Medicine at the University of Hawaii, US, and Marie Harvey,
> professor at Oregon State University, US, trashes all past research that
> says overweight or obese women are not as sexually active as their fitter
> counterparts. Their research shows that 92 per cent of overweight women
> reported having a history of sexual intercourse, as opposed to 87 percent of
> women with normal body mass index.
> 5% difference between the number of sexually active overweight women and
> their healthier counterparts
> Have you ever wondered why he gets his rocks off a lot faster than you?
> Neuroscientist Barry R Komisaruk, endocrinologist Carlos Beyer-Flores and
> sex researcher Beverly Whipple (yes, it's them good people again!) have the
> answer. Seems that women need about 20 minutes of clitoral or G-spot
> stimulation to ride the roller coaster, while men can orgasm after 5 to 10
> minutes of stimulation. And if, despite his attention, you're not hitting
> the high notes often enough (an estimated 24 to37 per cent of women can't
> climax), it could be due to smoking, drinking, emotional disorders,
> medications or menopause.
> 24 to 37% of women can't climax
> Not that you needed any reason other than sweet release, but neuroscientist
> Barry R Komisaruk, endocrinologist Carlos Beyer-Flores, and sex researcher
> Beverly Whipple have proved beyond all doubt that masturbating is good for
> your health. An orgasm lessens sensitivity to pain, relieves menstrual
> cramps and reduces stress. So do it for yourself and get off on natural
> highs - the 'happy hormones' oxytocin and dopamine!
> The more sex you have, the better your immune system. A study by Wilkes
> University, US, revealed that having sex once or twice a week can raise your
> immunity by 30 per cent. Supporting this is research by a Bristol University
> professor that says regular sex can help firm a woman's stomach and butt
> muscles and improve her posture. Abstinence, on the other hand, can lead to
> vaginal atrophy - the vaginal opening narrows to an extent where it could be
> painful to have sex again. So have more sex and put those gyms out of
> business.
> Where you are in your menstrual cycle can influence your preference for
> manly faces. The Kinsey Institute For Research In Sex, Gender And
> Reproduction, US, ran a study that observed the difference in brain activity
> when women were shown 56 masculinised and feminised male faces as potential
> sex partners. The study offered an insight into the sensory discrimination
> and risk processing parameters women use while choosing a mate. Scientists
> say the area of the brain that shows the difference is the one involved
> indecision-making and reward and risk assessment. The closer women were to
> ovulating, the more they preferred masculinised faces, indicative of a high
> level of testosterone. So the next time you're close to ovulating and he's
> trying to score.perhaps he should lay off the razor?
> The number of faces shown to women who took part in the study on facial
> preferences during ovulation 56
> If candlelight and champagne don't get your juices flowing, don't worry, you
> are not alone. Studies show that three out of four women have low libido and
> an inability to orgasm. Further investigation showed that sexual dysfunction
> is often associated with other health problems, like insulin resistance,
> belly fat, high cholesterol and high blood pressure. When made to switch to
> a Mediterranean diet - more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes,
> nuts(especially walnuts) and olive oil - and made to cut down on red meat,
> refined grains and processed foods, they scored better.and how!
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Hello all friends,
>              Please, read  this amazing truth.
> With warm regards.
> Muhammad Fakhruddeen.
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