October 2018

Uproxx Sex Doll Brothels. Nonmonogamy. Virtual Reality. There is no end to the things people are willing to do to increase both the quantity and quality of the sex they’re having. And why wouldn’t that be the case? Sex is good. Good sex is great. And great sex is something too few people get to […]

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For Steven Bisson, an ideal date night consists of a quiet night at home, a bag of Doritos and some cannabis to set the mood. Bisson, a 50-year-old medical marijuana user in Toronto, said his partner had little exposure to cannabis when they first met two years ago. His romantic interest seemed keen to experiment, […]

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Long before molly (MDMA) came on the scene, pot was considered the drug of choice to get in the mood for love. Now science is confirming what children of the ’60s have long known: Marijuana can make you more amorous more often. A research study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine explored the connection between pot […]

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Is legal cannabis a game-changer for women’s health, what should women know about sexual health after menopause? Those questions and more will be discussed and debated this Saturday, Oct. 13 during a first-of-its-kind summit focusing on perimenopause and menopause, organized by Shirley Weir, of Port Moody, who is also the founder of Menopause Chicks. “The […]

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Rather than blanket mass media with ineffective fearmongering cannabis ads, more attention should be focused on targeting nuanced messaging toward those at greatest risk of problematic use, including youth, a public health expert says. Speaking at a research symposium in Edmonton Tuesday, University of Calgary department of community health sciences assistant professor Rebecca Haines-Saah said that […]

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For decades, pre-clinical cannabis research generally used exclusively male rodents (this has traditionally been a problem across all areas of research). This strategy was supposed to reduce the variability in behavior imposed by fluctuating hormones across the reproductive cycle. Instead, it limited our understanding of cannabis’ actions, primarily those of THC, to a male brain. […]

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