Human Barbie Valeria Lukyanova, Stop Eating and Drinking, live on air and light only


Human Barbie, Valeria Lukyanova pleaded not hungry later today. She hopes this is a good step before she became a Breatharian, which only live on the air and light. “Hopefully it is the final stage before I can live with air and light,” she said in a recent interview as reported nydailymail.

Katy Perry Secrets Workout Routine and Diet plan


Pop diva whose name entered the ranks of 100 women sexy version of a famous men’s magazine three years in a row. Right diet plan and regular workout is the secret why woman whose full name is Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson has a beautiful and sexy body.

More U.S. women choosing IUDs for birth control

More U.S. women choosing IUDs for birth control

 NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A growing number of U.S. women may be opting for intrauterine devices (IUDs) as their birth control method, a national survey finds.

To drive the woman get climax at 8 sensitive areas

To drive the woman get climax at 8 sensitive areas


To begin to make love, do not have to say it with words directly. Body language, through movement and touch are sometimes more efficacious in fishing partner would be invited to make love.

Spray Condoms, newly trend of contraceptive

Spray Condoms, newly trend of contraceptive


The good news for men who feel his penis is too big or too small so difficult to find a condom that fits with their size. A German inventor has made condoms with spray system.

Want to Orgasm Many Times? Tip and Tricks

Want to Orgasm Many Times? Tip and Tricks


Orgasm is usually always accompanied by ejaculation making peak times can only be felt once. After ejaculation, both men and women will feel tired and no longer able to continue the sex session. But that happens if you do not know the tricks in sex!

WHO Riset: Gonorrhea growing resistant to drugs


Gonorrhea growing resistant to drugs

GENEVA (AP) — A sexually transmitted disease that infects millions of people each year is growing resistant to drugs and could soon become untreatable, the World Health Organization said Wednesday.