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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Anatomy'

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I Love My Poly Lifestyle, but the Constant Sex Has One Big Drawback 

 

Dear How to Do It,

I am a pansexual woman with multiple partners (one woman and a few men) with a relatively straightforward question. I have been poly for about a year, and it was been WONDERFUL for my sex drive and enjoyment, I have learned a lot about my body, and I am having more sex than I ever have. The issue, with all of that sex, is how sore I have been getting. Sex does not hurt me in isolation, but after three or four straight days in which I am having penetrative sex, I need two or so days off to recover, which doesn’t really work with my poly schedule or my heightened sex drive. I know I am having a lot of sex, but considering I have been using lube and none of my partners are too rough with me (though some of the men are rather well-endowed), I am surprised at the lasting soreness. Do you have any advice so I can keep going at my current rate without any breaks?

—Run Ragged

I Love My Poly Lifestyle, but the Constant Sex Has One Big Drawback

Tags: Advice, Anatomy, Health, Sex, Surge

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12-Sep-2020


A Woman Called the Cops Because She Thought Store-Bought Meat Was a Penis 

 

Earlier this week, an Akron, Ohio woman put a pot of beans on the stove to simmer, but instead of serving them to her family, she stood in her house, watching as officers from the Akron Police Department put on their gloves and separated what should've been her dinner into several large plastic bags.

According to the Akron Beacon Journal, Lamia Singfield bought a package of smoked turkey tails that day at a nearby Save A Lot supermarket. (Her receipt said they were smoked turkey tails but the label listed them as smoked pork tails—although that's not the problem). She was in the middle of a Facebook Live video and, after stopping to stir the beans, she realized that one piece of that seasoning meat didn't look right.

A Woman Called the Cops Because She Thought Store-Bought Meat Was a Penis

Tags: Anatomy, Food, Investigation, Meat, Oops

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28-Aug-2020


Men Always Make the Exact Same Comment to Me After Sex 

 

Dear How to Do It,

I’m a fiftysomething straight woman. Throughout my dating life, I’ve had men comment on the “tightness” of my vagina over and over. I know that women will tell men that they’re big or well-endowed as a compliment, but do men do the same with women? Tell them that the fit is tight or snug, even if it’s not? I’ve recently started seeing someone new, and he constantly remarks on my “tightness.” I can’t ask my girlfriends about this because who is going to say that they are loose? And what defines loose, anyway? And what defines tightness? When I first started having sex, it took several sessions before my boyfriend was able to achieve full entry. Sex has never been painful since then, and I’ve also given birth. My doctor has never noted anything out of the ordinary during routine exams. I do Kegels regularly if that makes a difference, and I’ve had various sizes of penises over the years that fit comfortably. I’ve only turned down one, and that one was way too big (he was OK with that). Obviously, it’s not something that one can brag about, but what do men mean when they say this? I guess it’s a compliment—but is it, really?

—Gripping

Men Always Make the Exact Same Comment to Me After Sex

Tags: Advice, Anatomy, Etiquette, Men, Mental Health, Nature, Relationships, Science, Self-esteem, Sex, Woman's Rights

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04-Aug-2020


I’ve Suddenly Noticed My Husband Doesn’t Measure Up 

 

Dear How to Do It,

I have a recurring thought that might turn into a problem. I’m married to a man I adore, and we have an incredible sex life that I wouldn’t change for the world. Passionate, fun, multiple orgasms per session. However, while my body is overjoyed, my mind is struggling. My husband is slightly shorter than average, and his dick is slightly smaller than average as well. This is something I’ve always known and has never impacted our sex life. But I had a friend complaining about a below-average-sized lover, and it got me all in my head. Now when I look at my husband in bed, I can’t not notice that he’s smaller than what society says he should be. I never thought about it before, but it’s making me feel less attracted to him now. I find myself less inclined to give him hand jobs or blow jobs because I don’t want to think about his size. Why am I obsessing over this when I find sex with him so pleasurable? How do I get over this?

—Little Problem

I’ve Suddenly Noticed My Husband Doesn’t Measure Up

Tags: Advice, Anatomy, Fear, Humiliation, Interference, Pride, Relationships, Self Interest, Sex, Treatment, Women In Charge

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03-Aug-2020


This is the ideal penis size to make women climax: survey 

 

Bigger is better — to a point.

NY Post

Tags: Anatomy, Men, Nature, Science, Sex, Statistics, Success, Women

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03-Jul-2020


What Exactly Is a Vasectomy? Here's What You Need to Know 

 

March is in full swing, and while you're probably noticing warmer days, longer nights, and all the hoopla around college basketball playoffs, there's something else going on this time of year you might not be aware of: vasectomies. According to a 2018 study, March is one of the most popular times of the year for men to get a vasectomy.

So what is it about March Madness that makes men think about birth control, and what does it involve?

For starters, the urologists we spoke to who perform vasectomies say they've never noticed the March uptick. “While some men may have used March Madness as an excuse to get their vasectomy and use the recovery time to watch collegiate basketball, the vast majority will undergo the procedure when convenient,” S. Adam Ramin, MD, urologic surgeon and medical director of Urology Cancer Specialists in Los Angeles, tells Health.

Health

Tags: Anatomy, Children, Choices, Health, Investment, Medical, Parental Burden, Saving The Environment!, Stepping Up, Surgery, Treatment, Trending

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09-Mar-2020


A Study About ‘The Perfect Penis’ Reveals Women Are Actually a Lot Like Gay Men 

 

A few years ago, Dr. Nicole Prause found herself with 33 blue, 3-D-printed penises and the desire to obtain data about the “perfect penis” — more specifically, about women’s preferences in the penis size of their sex partners.

The results of her “perfect penis” study — in which 75 women were given the fake penises, each of which was a different length and girth, and asked to pick the most appealing — were later released by UCLA and the University of New Mexico. Those results were as follows: Most women’s “perfect penis” (something which Prause insists doesn’t actually exist) is rather close to men’s average penis size (12".) Basically, women aren’t asking for too much, y’all!

But another part of the “perfect penis” study proves that in one aspect, these straight-identifying women aren’t all that different from gay men (or, really, anyone who enjoys sex with a penis-ed partner), and that’s the idea that the ideal penis actually depends on the situation.

Hornet

Tags: Anatomy, Gay, Instructional, Sex, Study, Woman's Rights

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29-Feb-2020


LIKE A VIRGIN? THE PAIN AND POLITICS OF RESTITCHING YOUR HYMEN 

 

It’s hard to believe that the hymen, a thin piece of mucosal tissue that partially covers the vaginal opening, has been getting so much airtime recently. It was only a few months ago that rapper T.I. made (unlikely) headlines when he revealed that he takes his 18-year-old daughter to the gynecologist every year to check if her hymen is intact. Earlier this year, the UK health secretary began an investigation into the “dreadful practice” of “virginity repair” surgery, following a report by the Sunday Times, which revealed that there’s at least 22 private clinics across the UK offering hymenoplasty procedures. In short: it’s 2020 and, somehow, men are still trying to control our bodies.

Despite years of research that disproves the myth surrounding the hymen – that it breaks after the first time you’ve had sex – it’s connotations of purity pertain. You can break your hymen horse-riding, or riding a bike, but the social constructs surrounding virginity seem dependent on it staying intact.

“In Muslim communities, women should be virgins when marrying their husbands. If it’s found that a woman has lost her virginity before marriage, the consequences can be dire,” says Halaleh Taheri, who heads the Middle Eastern Women and Society Organisation, which supports women refugees or asylum seekers who have experienced gender discrimination and honour-related violence. “Even if a woman is not directly pressured by her family to undergo it, the beliefs that she has been indoctrinated with since childhood, the shame and dishonour that she will bring to her family if they find out she’s no longer a virgin is enough pressure to force herself to resort to this practice, whether she wants to or not.”

Dazed Digital

Tags: Anatomy, Environment, Exclusivity, Fear, Health, Inhumanity, Injury, Judgment, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Relationships, Safety, Sex, Surgery, Survival, Treatment, Violence, Woman's Rights, World

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10-Feb-2020


Calls for 'virginity repair' surgery to be banned 

 

Campaigners are urging the government to outlaw "virginity repair" surgery.

Many Muslim women risk being outcast, or in extreme cases killed, if their spouses or families discover they have had sex before marriage.

And some are opting for a medical procedure in which doctors restore a layer of membrane at the entrance to the vagina.

But there are concerns a ban would increase the dangers to Muslim women by driving the procedure underground.

Vagina rejuvenating therapies 'pose serious risk'

The rise in women seeking a perfect vagina

Guidelines from the General Medical Council (GMC) state a patient's consent to undergo a procedure should come into question if it is suspected of being "given under pressure or duress exerted by another person".

BBC

Tags: Abuse, Aging, All Rights, Anatomy, Business, Environment, Interference, Medical, Mental Health, Nature, Parental Burden, Punishment, Safety, Sex, Surgery, Treatment, Woman's Rights, Youth

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27-Jan-2020


Allergan recalls textured breast implants linked to rare cancer 

 

Allergan announced a worldwide recall of textured breast implants Wednesday after the Food and Drug Administration found a sharp increase in a rare cancer and deaths linked to the products and asked the company to pull them off the U.S. market.

The Dublin-based company said it is recalling Biocell textured breast implants and tissue expanders from all markets in which they are sold. The devices had already been banned or recalled in several countries.

The FDA said the new data shows that 573 cases worldwide have linked the rare cancer to the implants since the agency began tracking the issue in 2011. The vast majority of those cases involve Allergan products. Thirty-three women have died of what’s known as breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma, a cancer of the immune system. Of those fatalities, authorities identified the implant manufacturer in 13 cases — and it was Allergan in all but one.

Washington Post

Tags: Anatomy, Business, Disease, Health, Manufacturer, Medical, Product, Recall, Safety, Surgery, Women

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25-Jul-2019


What Your Penis is Telling You Right Now! 

 

You can tell a lot by taking a close look at your penis. Sometimes you look at it and everything seems perfectly normal. Other times it can feel fraught with danger, covered in lumps, spots, nodules, and protuberances that all look like evidence of your certain doom. We’re here to help you separate the facts from the panic attacks.

Men's Health

Tags: Anatomy, Disease, Health, Instructional, Medical, Men, Sex

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07-Jun-2019


THESE SCIENTISTS ARE 3D-PRINTING NEW BODY PARTS FOR ATHLETES 

 

A team of bioengineers has successfully 3D-printed tissues they believe doctors could one day implant into patients to help heal the knee, ankle, and elbow injuries that have ended the careers of countless athletes.

“I think this will be a powerful tool to help people with common sports injuries,” Rice University researcher Sean Bittner said in a press release — though the impact of the group’s work could extend far beyond the turf or pitch.

Futurism

Tags: Anatomy, Dedication, Environment, Health, Injury, Science, Study, Tech, Treatment

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30-Mar-2019


If your ring finger is longer, you're more likely to be gay, study says 

 

If your ring finger is longer than your index finger, you’re more likely to be gay.

Gay Star News

No, your finger length won’t tell you if you’re gay despite recent headlines

Tags: Anatomy, Sex Identity, Study

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17-Oct-2018


Are You Supposed to Poop Every Day? 

 

Some days you might find yourself in and out of the toilet, and some days might go by without a single visit for a Number Two. Should this be a cause for concern?

We asked five experts if we have to poop every day.

Tonic

Tags: Action, Anatomy, Health, Instructional, Medical, Science

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11-Sep-2018


The Surprising Reason We Lack So Much Knowledge About Women's Health 

 

One big way that gender bias in research has skewed biomedical knowledge is that a lot of the knowledge we have about diseases that affect both genders and the effects of drugs and other treatments is based on research on men. For decades, a lot of clinical research was done solely or largely on men and the results were extrapolated to women. It’s really only since the early nineties that the research community has begun to recognize the importance of including women and paying attention to the possibility that there may be sex/gender differences. Back then, the National Institutes of Health wasn’t keeping track of whether women were enrolled in its federally funded research. The Food and Drug Administration was prohibiting all women of childbearing age from taking part in early-phase drug trials. And researchers were generally reluctant to include women for paternalistic reasons (a concern for the possible risks to women and/or their future fetuses) and also out of laziness (accounting for women’s varying hormonal states and cycles was thought to make it more complicated and costly to get statistically significant results).

Forbes

Tags: Anatomy, Disease, Environment, Health, Inclusion, Medical, Nature, Sex, Study, Treatment, Woman's Rights, Women

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26-Aug-2018




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