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Science Catches Up To The Idea Of Lube And Sexytime [No Shit Studies]

An Indiana University study of 2,500 women determined using lube leads to more pleasurable sex. The less obvious finding: For vaginal intercourse any lube will do, but only water-based lubricant was associated with higher satisfaction from anal sex. More ยป
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