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The root of addictive carnal desire - Sexy Genes?

It’s all wired at birth. Even the sex drive, researchers say. A school of thought has indicated that only therapy may not work to cure 'sex addicts'// , for the answer lies in genetics. Infact, genes may hold the clue, for people who are more driven than others in seeking carnal pleasures. We...

The World's First Complete Intimacy Kit for Safe and Clean Sex

... that romantic evening planned goes incredibly well. "Wouldn't it be fantastic to know that you are fully prepared for a hot and steamy night of carnal adventure without worrying about whether you remembered to pick up your oral dams? Even more, having the knowledge that the Intimacy Kit you purchase...

Psychological study reveals that red enhances men's attraction to women

...r with red. From the red ochre used in ancient rituals to today's red-light districts and red hearts on Valentine's Day, the rosy hue has been tied to carnal passions and romantic love across cultures and millennia. But this study, said Elliot, is the only work to scientifically document the effects of colo...

Australian Father Gets 15 Year Jail Term for Forcing Bestial Acts on His Daughters

...ling from Adelaide, pleaded guilty to 13 offences including four counts of carnal knowledge, three of indecent assault, four of incest and two of unlawful se...ear-old friend received a 27-month suspended jail sentence for one count of carnal knowledge and was released on a good behaviour bond. ...
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