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Researchers Study More Than 15,000 Penises To Determine Average Lengths Around The World Finally, a study which may lay to rest some of the lingering fallacies about penis size and alleviate the woes shared by many men worldwide. According to new research, the average erect penis length is just over 13 centimeters, or around 5 inches. Furthermore, there’s no strong association between foot size and penis length, so women can stop judging men by the size of their shoes. Hold Me Tight I grew up in my parents' pub in England, where there was always a lot of drama. And all the drama—fights, flirting, tears, tantrums—revolved around love. I also watched my parents destroy their own love for each other.

Researchers Find Association Between Porn Viewing And Less Grey Matter In The Brain Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin have published a study in the journal JAMA Psychiatry which found that hours spent watching pornography was associated with differences in gray matter volume in a particular region of the brain. For the investigation, scientists recruited 64 healthy males between the ages of 21-45. Participants were asked to fill out surveys on the amount of time spent watching porn per week, which was found to vary considerably between participants.

The pill can change the shape of your brain, new study suggests New research suggests that the synthetic steroids delivered by the female contraceptive pill can shrink certain regions of the female brain and could also be altering their function. Neuroscientists from the University of California, Los Angeles in the US took brain scans of 90 women who were either currently using the pill or not, and found that two key brain regions were thinner in pill users - the lateral orbitofrontal cortex and the posterior cingulate cortex. These two regions are involved in emotion regulation, decision-making and reward response, and the researchers believe that their findings could help explain why some women become anxious or depressed when taking the contraceptive pill. "Some women experience negative emotional side effects from taking oral contraceptive pills, although the scientific findings investigating that have been mixed," lead author of the study, Nicole Petersen, told The Huffington Post. But don't panic just yet.

Giant Toothy Fish Have Virgin Births, Rewrite Biology Textbooks To the surprise of scientists, giant endangered fish with sawlike snouts in Florida are experiencing virgin births, reproducing without sex. This is the first solid evidence of such asexual reproduction in the wild for any animal with a backbone, scientists added. Asexual reproduction is often seen among invertebrates — that is, animals without backbones. Sex Education for Children in the Norway’s TV Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 | Video 4 A woman takes away a towel to a man who just got out of the shower. The scene takes place in a dressing room. Study: Boys More Vulnerable Than Girls Males are more vulnerable than females from the moment they are conceived, and parents should treat them more sensitively than they do, researchers say in a new study. Sebastian Kraemer, consultant psychiatrist at the Tavistock and Portman National Health Service Trust in England, said people were still ignorant of the biological and social disadvantages faced by the supposedly stronger sex. “The attitude still is that if he is a boy then he will be a bit tougher,” he said.

The remarkably different answers men and women give when asked who’s the smartest in the class New research reveals that asking college students who the best student is in class doesn't lead to an objective answer. (Claritza Jimenez/The Washington Post) Anthropologist Dan Grunspan was studying the habits of undergraduates when he noticed a persistent trend: Male students assumed their male classmates knew more about course material than female students — even if the young women earned better grades. “The pattern just screamed at me,” he said. So, Grunspan and his colleagues at the University of Washington and elsewhere decided to quantify the degree of this gender bias in the classroom. After surveying roughly 1,700 students across three biology courses, they found young men consistently gave each other more credit than they awarded to their just-as-savvy female classmates.

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