1. Study proves "faking It" doesn't fool anyone

    Are you making a monkey out of your Tarzan in the sack?

    You just wrapped up a roll in the hay with your main squeeze, and you don't deserve a glass of water -- you deserve an Academy Award!

    The panting... the moaning... the screaming -- you put on a show that would have had Marlon Brando shouting "Bravo!" from the rafters.

    And maybe you woke the neighbors. Maybe your dog is even crouching, frightened under the bed. But let me give it to your straight -- you didn't fool anyone.

    A new Canadian study has proven that despite all your efforts to help your hubby feel like Tarzan in the sack, you're really just making a monkey out of him. Researchers interviewed 84 couples and found that, despite the theatrics, they all knew EXACTLY how much pleasure their partner was getting out of their love-making.

    For better or worse.

    Listen, when you've been with your partner for a while, it's easy to get into a sexual rut. What used to be a marathon of pleasure is now a fumbling, five-minute sprint.

    If your lover isn't exactly pressing the right buttons any more, stop giving him kudos he doesn't deserve -- and give him a book instead. There are dozens to choose from online. (Couples around the world have been using my book Joy of Mature Sex... available on Amazon... for years to enjoy the kind of toe-curling sex you haven't felt since you were a teen in the back of a Chevy!)

    You can't lie your way to better sex. Open up the lines of communication with your hubby, and start your own private two-person book club. Then the next time you rattle the dishes with one of your screams, your hubby won't just feel like a tiger -- he'll KNOW you meant it.

  2. Sex your way to fitness

    Forget running -- try sex instead

    Show me someone who likes gym exercise and I'll show you someone who's either a liar or a masochist (or both).

    There's only one place people REALLY like to grunt, groan, moan and sweat, and that's in the bedroom -- and new research shows why sex is just about the only form of "exercise" that gets my full endorsement: It works!

    In fact, you can burn almost as many calories hitting the mattress as you would hitting the pavement or treadmill.

    For men, sex burns 4.2 calories per minute. And for women, a good bedroom romp will burn off 3.1 calories per minute, according to the new study. That's more than a walk... but not quite as much as a run.

    And while walking and running only work out the legs -- and come with a risk of knee and ankle damage -- sex will get your whole body moving and grooving at once.

    And if you do it right, there's no risk of injury.

    The downside? If you want to burn more calories, you need your sex sessions to last longer than a commercial break.

    Most people manage to do that easily, with the study showing that the average session lasts 24 minutes -- long enough for men to burn off 104 calories and women to burn off 69 calories.

    But 24 minutes is what I'd call "a good start." If you REALLY want good sex and good exercise at the same time -- and if you really want to please both your partner and yourself -- make it last a whole lot longer than 24 minutes.

    It's worth the extra effort -- because along with moving your muscles and burning calories, sex can help prevent heart problems, and even help you recover if you already have them.

    If that's not enough, sex also unleashes a wave of feel-good endorphins, which can help lift your mood, ease stress, fight pain, boost your immune system and prevent disease.

    Of course, there's only so much sex you can have in a day (but feel free to test your limit), and that means you also have to pick some other ways to stay active.

    But you still don't need to waste time and money -- or risk injury -- in a gym.

    Keep reading!

  3. Obama wants to know all about your sex life

    New ObamaCare rules will require doctors to ask about your sex life -- and record your answers in government-linked computers. Here's your guide to opting out.
  4. People who have sex more earn more money

    People who have sex at least four times a week make more money, according to new research.
  5. What women want to know about sex

    Women want to know when it's safe to have sex after a heart attack -- but their doctors aren't telling them.
  6. Sex can help you think better

    People think better when they think about sex, according to a new study.
  7. Obesity kills sperm

    Obesity is like a natural contraceptive. Not only does it make you less attractive to the opposite sex, but men with bulging bellies also make less sperm.
  8. The book that's guaranteed to make you mentally ill

    Does your tot throw tantrums? Does your teen act out? Do you spend too much time online? Then get ready to pass the meds right around the dinner table, because your ENTIRE FAMILY is mentally ill! That's not according to me, that's according to the newest edition of the shrinks' bible, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
  9. Heart patients: Just 'do it'

    Bouncing back after a heart attack doesn't mean you have to stop bouncing in the bedroom. Sex is actually the SAFEST cardiovascular workout around, even for heart patients.
  10. Older women still want sex

    Too old for sex??? No such thing -- yet that's what seniors are told every day, especially women.

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