Honestly, this was a pretty slight episode. It seems to be positioning people for future episodes and it digs into characters and relationships. The episode opens with Ford, waking up alone and horny.
The Cape ground squirrel takes sex very seriously. It will be burned onto your brain for quite a while. So you make a whole lot of sperm — hence the big… testicles.
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It's the first sign of a broken penis. Yes, broken penises are real—and they require serious medical attention. So how do you know you if you broke your penis? And what should you do if you suspect you have?
Clearly, we don't need to convince you to have sex. It's hard-wired into our brains to propagate the species. And anyway, it feels pretty awesome.
Masturbation has always been a controversial topic. Thankfully, the times have changed and we now live in an age where an entire month is dedicated to appreciating and spreading awareness about masturbation! Both male and female adolescents were surveyed by the NSSHB with parental permission on the frequency of their masturbation over the prior three months, over the past year and over the course of their lifetime.
In other words, sex is not unlike sports. If you want to be a good tennis player, play lots of tennis; if you want to be a good lover, make lots of love. This maxim springs more from anecdotal observations than from scientific studies: Men who have erection problems tend not to have much sex, urologists noticed.
Everything from your heart and weight to your stress and testosterone levels can affect your penis and how it works. So if something isn't right with your genitals, it's a good idea to check with your doctor to make sure it's not a symptom of something else. And on the flip side, if you're not taking good care of your overall health, your penis may not work as well. We'll get into some specific examples in a bit.
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It's a struggle that we are often pressured to keep secret in a society that stigmatizes and delegitimizes mental health issues, but depression needs to be openly, safely, and empathetically discussed because it touches so many people, and when untreated, leads to devastating chaos, such as suicide. Depression is all-consuming, affecting our ability to laugh, work, take care of ourselves or our partners, and it even hinders our ability to taste food. It is a sadness and a disorder that permeates existence entirely. For many people, important facets of existence are sexual and romantic relationships.