BY Veronica Santos
on Mar 09, 2015
Got a sex or relationship question you need answered? We're looking for you, our beloved readers, to submit your queries at bust.com/sex and our superstar sexpert Dr. Carol Queen may answer it in an upcoming issue of BUST Magazine! How exciting! Go sex!
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BY PRINCESS WEEKES
on Feb 09, 2015
Here at BUST we've discussed how movies and porn give us some unrealistic expectations about orgasms, but once you separate them from the myths around them, orgasms are obviously amazing — and in more ways than you might think.
It's time to take a look at some of the positive and amazing things about our orgasms and what they are capable of. Here's our countdown of the 10 top orgasm facts you need to know:
10. Condoms Don’t Affect Orgasms:
Safe sex is sexy! Women are equally likely to have orgasms with condoms as they would without. Read More
BY Hannah Baxter
on Feb 03, 2015
With the imminent release of Fifty Shades of Grey, as well as the return of naked-lady-centric Game of Thrones, it seems that Hollywood is in no rush to diversify its representations of women experiencing the big O onscreen. We all know the look- just picture the infamous When Harry Met Sally scene to refresh- mouth dropped open in euphoria, back arched, eyes closed with nary a weird twitch or unbecoming grimace in sight. Read More
BY Jamie Bogert
on Jan 27, 2015
Ask anybody (maybe not anybody) how much sex they’re having on the regs and you’ll get a range of answers—from, “all day, every day” to “3-4 times a week” to “I’m your mailperson, please don’t ask me that.” And all you can really do is trust their word; no statistic can be rubbed under their nose proving them lying sex-deprived losers. Read More
BY Holly Trantham
on Jan 19, 2015
Facts! According to a new study detailed in the Atlantic, "mommy brain" is a real thing (which anyone who has ever grown an entire human being in their body already knows). The very real change comes from an increase in a mother’s flow of hormones, which are necessary to build the bond needed between a new mom and her baby.
These changes in brain activity are the reason that some not-especially child-crazy ladies are able to find motherhood rewarding. Read More