I don't think semen works as an antidepressant, but sex sure does because of the chemicals it releases in the brain.
I'm always skeptical of studies that are based on surveys. It's an interesting hypothesis, but I would want to see an actual, controlled, clinical study in order to be at all convinced one way or the other.
Yeah, there needs to be some studies rather than surveys. I have actually heard of unprotected sex being good for women emotionally, but it also makes men happier, too. Sex is a good mood improver. Er, so I hear. ::I'm always skeptical of studies that are based on surveys. It's an interesting hypothesis, but I would want to see an actual, controlled, clinical study in order to be at all convinced one way or the other.
Damn, beat me to it.:thinking:
yes, i would be willing to participate
purely in the name of science, of course
You wouldn't be alone with this. Sex is enjoyable and elevates mood and happiness in both sexes.Yep, it's almost always the situation.
In my case-Intimacy makes my world go round and sex is the lifeblood for me.
"Female ejaculation as antidepressant"?The name of this thread is a hoot LOL
*tries to think of the female equivalent*
PMS SAVES THE WORLD!
"Female ejaculation as antidepressant"?
"Breast milk as antidepressant"?
I have not heard that one. Why would it be banned? It's awesome.Weird I read in Australia, porn showing women ejaculating is banned....so you do believe in it? It is real. I like that one :applause:
Could be, although I'm not exactly ready to pour it on my cereal. :bigsmile:Breast milk as a antidepressant-now that is catchy. It has lots of good stuff in it, could be on to something there...
There is an Australian Sex Party, but I don't think they have a massive say in government, heh. It really would take us back to the Victorian era. It's weird that it's even an issue!from article
In terms of impact on the net, The Australian Sex Party (ASP) suggests the impact could be enormous, as not only are banned sites to be blocked – but also sites that link to banned sites are also in line for blocking. The ASP argue: "There are over one million sites featuring female ejaculation and for Australia to be banning depictions and discussion of this important issue, takes us back into the Victorian era where they didn’t even believe that women could have orgasms."
there's a ASP-sex party in AU?