by Good Clean Love Staff November 02, 2009
Recently, social media has overtaken the way we have friendships, the way we do business, and… talk about sex? New statistics from a new study by Retrevo found that 36% of social media (specifically Twitter) users are tweeting after sex. Social media has replaced the post-coital cigarette according to sites such as Ars Technia. But how healthy is that, really, at least for relationships that are becoming ever more public?
According to the study, men are twice as likely to tweet, Facebook or text after having sex. The study also cited the phone one uses also dictates this kind of behavior. For example, iPhone users are three times more likely than Blackberry users to use social media post-sex. Another article from The Huffington Post confirmed this survey and also suggested a website called IJustMadeLove.com, a site where users can post when, where, and how they just had sex. If that isn’t revolutionizing sex then I don’t know else could.
Although social media is helping us stay in touch and network in ways that, ten years ago, we could never have dreamed of, it may become a crutch to relationships if this trend continues. It may feel cool to brag about your latest conquest, but the fact of the matter is, do fellow followers or Facebook friends really want to hear about it? Let’s keep the relationships and the sex between the sheets. As far as Facebook and Twitter go? Keep it PG.
by Good Clean Love Staff March 19, 2019
The percentage of people impacted by infidelity is somewhere between 30 and 60% of all married couples, depending on the study cited. More interesting than the differences between men and women are the different patterns of infidelity for each gender. Cheating men are more likely than cheating women to have an affair with someone younger than their spouse. On the other hand, cheating women are more likely than cheating men to have an affair with someone better educated than their current spouse.
by Kaylee Dye February 08, 2019
What is daily care of the vagina? We know how to take daily care of our face – we cleanse it, we balance our pH with toner, we moisturize it. But what’s involved with taking care of our vagina? And why take care of it every day?
Let’s first address why you want to practice daily care of your lady business.
by Meghan Morgavan January 24, 2019
It can be devastating to feel pain when you were expecting to feel pleasure. And yet, if you have ever experienced this, you should know you are not alone. The landmark "Sex in America" survey conducted in 1994 found that 1 in 5 women experience pain during sex, and this likelihood increases to 1 in 3 women when they are post-menopausal.