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You Don’t Even Know You Do This And It’s Turning Most Women Off

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A recent article picked up a story that focused on how men are unknowingly having a negative impact on the overall sexual experience of their female partners by obsessing on their own ego — as it relates to making them orgasm.

Men were asked to rate how manly they feel when their sexual partners orgasm…

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In a new study that examined the sexual habits of 810 heterosexual men, the participants were asked to “read a vignette where they imagined that an attractive woman either did or did not orgasm during a sexual encounter with them.” They were then told to rate their self-esteem, in terms of how masculine they felt, as a result of experiencing either situation. Their responses showed that they felt more masculine and reported a higher self-worth when they imagined that the women climaxed.

Turns out, a lot of men actually define their own masculinity based on how good they are in bed…

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The report, titled Do Women’s Orgasms Function as a Masculinity Achievement? suggests that “women’s orgasms do function, at least in part, as a masculinity achievement for men.” So, for most men, their entire self-image comes from their ability to perform sexually.

Unfortunately, most women find it a huge turn off when dudes are cocky about their sexual prowess…


The Sun reports that “For many women, there are few things worse than a boastful sexual partner.” It seems “men can ruin the moment by making a woman’s orgasm all about them.” So, for men who derive ego boosts after a job well done, keep it to yourselves — or risk never feeling it again.

So, if you’re only trying to please her to boost your own ego, you’re doing sex all wrong.

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Because, if you have sex and she’s not completely satisfied, she’s gonna write a strongly worded Yelp! review about your selfish penis.

[H/T] FELLAS, TAKE NOTE This is the single most unattractive thing men can do during sex

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He Called The Cancellation Of 'Lopez Tonight' 'A Blow To Diversity.' Now 'Lopez' Returns With A Transgender Actress And Way More People Of Color

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He Called The Cancellation Of ‘Lopez Tonight’ ‘A Blow To Diversity.’ Now ‘Lopez’ Returns With A Transgender Actress And Way More People Of Color

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“TV Land has given me a great opportunity to explore my dysfunction.”

George Lopez is back as “Lopez” returns to TV Land for its second season on Wednesday, March 29th at 10:30 p.m.

Here’s a bit about “Lopez,” in his own words…

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With the popularity of his sitcom “George Lopez” and groundbreaking talk show “Lopez Tonight,” he’s already established himself as a success in television, but what makes “Lopez” different is that it’s a “west coast ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’” says executive producer, writer, and star, George Lopez on ESPN First Take.

“People think that when you make it, all your problems disappear, but I think that when you make it, your problems are just beginning.”

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True to that theory, season 2 picks up where the last one left off as Lopez takes on the problems that come with finally getting his residency in Vegas.

Luckily for Lopez, his team is there to help…

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Anthony ‘Citric’ Campos reprises his role as “Manolo,” Lopez’s driver and confidant, Hayley Huntley returns as Lopez’s fledgling manager “Olly,” and Maronzio Vance is back as Lopez’s witty opening act. Together, they help Lopez deal with the issues of his fading pop culture relevancy as they try to advance his career by pitching a network drama for him to produce as well as star in.

And in season 2, the cast becomes even more diverse…

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When talking about his late night show “Lopez Tonight,” Lopez said, “That show should still be on…” and spoke about its cancellation as, “a blow to diversity.” Deadline reports that the already diverse cast of “Lopez” will expand even more as season 2 prominently features a recurring character named Coco, who is played by transgender actress, Rain Valdez.

Set your DVR for the season 2 premiere of “Lopez” on TV Land.

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In case you missed season 1, you can catch it on

[H/T] ‘Lopez’ Season 2 Trailer: George’s Search For Relevance

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