Sexiest Studies of 2009

Dec 20, 2009 • News, Research

This year has brought an incredible amount of information in our understanding of sexuality and the peeps over at LiveScience have compiled a nice list of the nine most provocative studies. Here are our favorite three:

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    A man’s sweat smells different when he’s turned on–and women can tell the difference between the smell of turned on sweat and regular sweat, according to a study in The Journal of Neuroscience. More…
    Men who are really sexually active in their 20s and 30s–especially those who masturbate often–are at higher risk for prostate cancer, say researchers at the University of Nottingham. Interestingly, the level of risk decreases as a man gets older: once he’s in his 50s, any sexual activity actually helps to protect him from the disease. More…
    Women said they would feel guiltier if they fell in love with someone else, rather than just hooking up and trying different sexual positions with them; on the other hand, men said they would feel guiltier having sex without emotion rather than love without sex, reported a Canadian team of researchers. More…

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Information from Livescience.