Her Flow Sexy News 

Jamaican Sex Expert Chronicles Journey to Better Health Through Diet

Just two weeks before she was scheduled to undergo a hysterectomy to remove fibroids that had plagued her for most of her life, Shelly-Ann Weeks made a decision that would change her life forever. The popular Jamaican sex educator, blogger and columnist known as Dr Sexy Ann, decided to eliminate processed foods, rice, sugar and meat from her diet and switched to eating only fish, vegetables and fruit. Three months later, her fibroids have shrunk to a level that no longer made surgery a necessity, she had dropped over 50…

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Girlfriendz Sexy News 

Why Women Cheat

It’s easy to look at cheating as a black and white situation: Cheaters never have a good reason for straying from their relationships, and the other person is always in the right. In truth, there are more shades of gray than a certain immensely popular kinky franchise. As the following anecdotes show, women have a wealth of reasons for getting a little side action in a relationship. While everyone can agree it’s better if no one cheats in the first place, chances are you’ll find yourself empathizing with a few…

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PSSST! PSSST! … Laws Coming to Punish Unwanted Sexual Advances

Sick and tired of the catcalls to which women are subjected, the minister with responsibility for gender affairs, has announced that tough sexual harassment laws will be instituted to protect women from unwelcomed advances. “Some women and men are sexually harassed, even walking the street,” Olivia Grange said in parliament today. The minister, who did an example of a catcall by uttering “pssst”, said that sexual harassment is “not a simple matter.” “It is a serious crime and we’re moving to deal with it,” Grange said. She told the House…

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Women can Safely take Abortion Pills at Home, with Online Consult

Medical abortions done at home with online help and pills sent in the mail appear to be just as safe as those done at a clinic, according to a new study. The research tracked the outcomes of 1,000 women in Ireland and Northern Ireland, who used a website run by a group called Women on Web to get abortion pills. The Netherlands-based non-profit provides advice and pills to women seeking an early abortion in more than 140 countries where access to abortion is restricted. Ireland and Northern Ireland have some…

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Bigger is Not Always Better

Study finds men have bigger brains, but that women have bigger cortexes — the part associated with intelligence A new study on the physical makeup of the human brain has shown that men and women have differently shaped brains, with women possessing thicker cortices — a feature commonly associated with intelligence — and men having larger brains overall. Stuart Ritchie, lead author of the study, said that his team looked at the brains of more than 5,200 individuals older than 40, approximately half of whom were women. Through use of…

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Whoopi Goldberg Launches Weed-Infused Products to help ease Period Pain

Outspoken marijuana fan Whoopi Goldberg today announced she is launching a new line of products featuring the drug that claims to help women who suffer from menstrual stomach cramps. The 60-year-old actress, businesswoman, comedian and television host from New York, who publicly supports marijuana use, told USA Today period pain is ‘not a joke’ and that she wants to help those who suffer from it. Whoopi says that her product, which is released next month, is for people who ‘don’t want to get high high’, but instead simply want a…

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Women’s Orgasms are Literally Worth Billions

These brands are cashing in on your climax. Take a guess at just how much the global vibrator industry is worth. Now double it. And add a couple hundred thousand more on top for good measure. The vibrator market is worth roughly $2.5 billion globally, with some 60 million sex toys sold every year. A cool $750 million of that is coming out of the US — more than double that country’s market for condoms ($350 million). One company alone — California’s Doc Johnson, the “Procter & Gamble of sex…

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