It's a common stereotype that for men, sex is like pizza: even when it's bad, it's good. But that's one of the many sexual myths that we might want throw out for good. As the director of Men's Health Boston and an associate clinical professor of urology at Harvard Medical School, Morgentaler has been helping men with their sex lives for over 25 years. And as the title of his book implies, he's heard some very interesting things in his practice. So we asked Morgentaler to enlighten us with some of the most surprising things women don't know about men and sex. You might want to sit down for this:.
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You might have thought the Playboy Mansion revelations were over. James has just made some of the most shocking claims yet, about Holly's "obsession" with Hugh and Hef's love of, er, dildos. Despite claims by Holly that the girls particularly Kendra Wilkinson isolated her, Izabella insists that it was Holly who was "absolutely, completely obsessed with Hugh" and who turned all the other playmates against her, spreading rumours about them and trying to get them thrown out. If it was the house of horrors, she was the most willing and happy participant of it all. It all comes down to Holly having "a dark" fixation with Hef, Izabella claims, calling her behaviour "Single White Female". She would go through his stuff. She tried to look like the ex-girlfriends he liked the most.
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Though they publicly denied it, all girlfriends were expected to participate in Hef's bizarre bedtime group sex ritual. Hef would take photos of his girlfriends and him every night before they went out, then have them delivered to each girlfriend's door the next morning. The photos "only amplified the massive pressure to always look perfect and cause the girlfriends to spend hours critiquing their appearances," Madison writes.