I'm a big fan of having sex stoned. I mean, it's two sensations I love, put together. What's not to like? When I'm high, I tend to feel more in touch with what I actually want and what I'm feeling in the moment, which is why I've been able to use having sex stoned as a way to understand my own body, emotions, and sexuality from a different angle. When used in thoughtful moderation , smoking weed can sometimes be an aid for acting like your most honest and authentic self — something that is always a good idea when you're getting down, but which isn't always easy, especially for women.
Smoking Weed Gets You Laid Because It's Illegal
Smoking Weed Gets You Laid, But Not Because You’re Stoned
Weed can do a fuckload of great things: make food taste better , make your periods suck less , and make you lose weight. Now, it turns out, it can help women who spend a little time with the bud before having sex, to have higher sex drives, less pain during sex, and more satisfying orgasms compared to women who abstain. The study—led by a team at Saint Louis University School of Medicine—saw participants, of which 34 percent reported having used marijuana before sexual activity. Combining smoking up and sex for the sake of science, these women reported positive effects in overall sexual satisfaction, desire, orgasm, and improvement in sexual pain though not in lubrication. But, honestly, the findings are not THAT much of a surprise now, are they? We asked some women around us what they thought of the survey and most of them had always thought of stoned sex as great sex, even before they had this survey to back them up.
Smoking Weed Before Sex Can Lead to Better Orgasms for Women, Study Finds
Sorry, but nothing matches your search terms Please try again with some different keywords. Melissa Vitale, a year-old publicist in Brooklyn, smokes a joint every time she masturbates. A new study by the sex toy brand Lioness and the cannabis brand Bae shows that Vitale, Dussault, and Evins are onto something. Because Lioness can measure users' vaginal contractions, it can record when and for how long they're orgasming.
If you're a human and see this, please ignore it. If you're a scraper, please click the link below :- Note that clicking the link below will block access to this site for 24 hours. A new reason to swing by your neighborhood dispensary? Amanda, a Boston-based healthcare professional, has been experimenting with marijuana on and off for six years. Becky Lynn, who sees women with problems ranging from low libido to painful sex to difficulty with orgasm as director of the Center for Sexual Health at Saint Louis University, first noticed this trend among patients a couple years ago.