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What’s in the News this October?

What’s in the News this October?

As summer well and truly waves us goodbye, we’ve got the naughty news roundup for the autumn season. This ranges from stories about not covering up to cartoon fantasies and oral fun…

Twenty Five Percent of Canadian Women Claim They Don’t Use Condoms

A survey of 1,400 Canadian women found that a quarter of them aged 18 – 24 claimed never to use a condom. With rates of STIs in the country increasing, awareness of the issue is being raised with new research. And although the study doesn’t suggest that other forms of birth control aren’t being used in place of condoms, the rates of STIs remain highest in the age group of 18 – 24 year olds – the same age group that claim the highest percentage of men and woman (16% anfd 26% respectively) not using condoms during sex.

Cartoon Fantasies

The Mirror has published an article stating that 1 in 4 people have had a sexual fantasy about a cartoon character. 4,000 people in the USA were asked – and more than half admitted to fantasies about a fictional character in a book or film whilst a third preferred fantasies of a mythical nature such as werewolfs or vampires. Aliens also made an appearance in the survey results!

Oral Glory

Lastly, Cosmopolitan have recently asked men about what they enjoy about giving oral sex – and questionned why it tends to be older men who are happy to go down south on their lady whilst younger men skip it out…

Just 35% of millenial men shared they regularly go down on their partner in the survey, with 14% of 18 – 22 year olds stating they simply believe it’s unnecessary. Reasons cited for the change in behaviour for the younger generation include porn, a rise in hookup culture and sadly, women believing it’s unpleasant for their man to go down there.

We’ll be back soon with more news around upcoming events to enjoy in the local areas. In the meantime, take a look at our ladies page and enjoy photos of our beautiful escorts in Portsmouth and Southampton.


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