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Spanky and Mert are best friends who are left alone for the weekend. At Mert's apartment, they find a pot stash that Mert's brother left behind and upon smoking it, realize that it increases tremendously their sexual drive. Mert- a self-assured jerk- and Lothario, decide to attend a pool party in Malibu: They follow a pair of wild loose women, named Cindy and June, who live in the apartment next to theirs, to hook up with them. The two stoners run into a series of misadventures to get to the party and are being chased by the angry Pinky who is looking for Mert's brother, her husband.
Spanky and Mert first go to a liquor store to buy some hard liquor to take with them to the party. Since both are underage, they try to find someone who will buy the liquor for them. Spanky meets two prostitutes, named Princess and Strawberry, who agree to buy them the hard liquor so the guys can take them to the party. On their way there, they all smoke a little of the magical pot which makes Mert drive erratically and suddenly they are pulled over by a cop. Mert is forced to throw the pot stash out the window to avoid being arrested for possession of narcotics. The female police officer who pulls them over is also a loose woman who gets high from the marijuana: She lets them off with only a warning.
The stash gets stolen by a young girl who picks the lost pot up off the street. Spanky and Mert chase the young girl to a house where a birthday party for a young boy is being held. Pretending to be friends of the birthday boy's, Spanky and Mert enter and venture to the basement where a "pot party" is being held by the older brother of the birthday boy. Mert manages to retrieve the pot from the 11-year-old drug dealer, while Spanky takes drags on various joints to find the right one, and when he goes into a bedroom to have an encounter with a party girl, he finds the girl to be his 14-year-old underage sister Ellen, who has a secret life as 'Sara the Skank' while hooking up with numerous guys at parties.
Spanky and Mert flee the house and meet again with Princess and Strawberry on the street by their van where they have another run-in with Pinky, who Mert manages to calm down and invite to the party by having her smoke a little of the grass.
The guys with their girls finally arrive at the pool party where Mert attempts to make a few of the women there smoke the magical pot, only to lose the stash. One of the women smokes it and gives it to some of her friends which turns the party into a full-on lesbian orgy. Yet, Mert and Spanky are left out when Spanky hooks up with Princess and Mert hooks up with Pinky. Strawberry hooks up with the home's owner.
The next morning when the party is over, the guys and all the party guests leave. Spanky says goodbye to Princess who returns to her original life, no longer a streetwalker. Mert, who still prides himself on being a world class jerk, dumps Pinky so he can focus on looking for his next one-night stand, and now Pinky focuses her attention on getting back at Mert. Spanky goes to meet with his parents where they pick him up to take him home. He tells them that his weekend was "uneventful".
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But therein lies the rub: company reports about the physiological impacts are all there are. The clinical effects (long-term or otherwise) of smearing a vagina with THC-spiked coconut oil have not been scientifically studied. Yet in the minefield that is female sexual research, this is par for the course.
Most recently, the FDA turned down an application from Sprout Pharmaceuticals to market flibanserin, a drug to be taken daily to boost female libido by working on brain chemicals involved in mood, pleasure and reward. It had been widely billed as the female Viagra, and its rejection (now under appeal) prompted blistering protest.
A low desire for sex is the most common sexual problem women cite. A 2005 study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal found 35 to 40 per cent of Canadian women had a low libido, but only about 12 per cent of them were concerned enough to try and increase it. The National Health and Social Life Survey from the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals found that 33 per cent of women lacked interest in sex for at least a few months in the previous year.
Lybrido, he says, is a mix of low-dose testosterone, to seed desire in the brain, and sildenafil (the medication best known as Viagra), to boost blood flow to the genitals. Like Viagra, he says, it could be taken on demand or a few hours before sex.
History Used for thousands of years for medicinal purposes and in the boudoir. There are references to it from ancient Greece and in traditional Chinese medicine. In 1869, it came to wide attention after French troops in Nigeria inadvertently ingested the insect while eating frog legs. The doctor who treated them discovered the soldiers were not only suffering from painful digestive problems but also persistent erections.
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Introduction: Cannabis is reported to enhance sexual function; yet, previous studies have shown that physiological and subjective indices of sexual arousal and motivation were associated with decreased availability of circulating endocannabinoid concentrations.
Methods: We used an online questionnaire with a convenience sample of people who had experience with cannabis. We asked questions regarding various aspects of sexual experience and whether they are affected by cannabis. We also asked about sexual dysfunction.
Results: We analyzed results from 216 questionnaires completed by people with experience using cannabis with sex. Of these, 112 (52.3%) said they used cannabis to alter their sexual experience. Eighty-two participants (38.7%) said sex was better, 34 (16.0%) said it was better in some ways and worse in others, 52 (24.5%) said it was sometimes better, and only 10 (4.7%) said it was worse. Of 202 participants, 119 (58.9%) said cannabis increased their desire for sex, 149 of the 202 participants (73.8%) reported increased sexual satisfaction, 144 of 199 participants (74.3%) reported an increased sensitivity to touch, and 132 of 201 participants (65.7%) reported an increased intensity of orgasms. Out of 199 participants, 139 (69.8%) said they could relax more during sex, and 100 of 198 participants (50.5%) said they were better able to focus. Of the 28 participants who reported difficulty reaching orgasm, 14 said it was easier to reach orgasm while using cannabis, but only 10 said that sex was better.
Strengths & limitations: We asked about specific sexual effects of cannabis and were therefore able to understand the paradox of how cannabis can both improve and detract from sexual experience. Limitations of this study include bias that may have been introduced because the sample included only people who responded to the advertisements; it may not represent the general population of people who use cannabis. Moreover, over one-third of our sample said they use cannabis daily and so represent heavier than average users.
Conclusion: Many participants in our study found that cannabis helped them relax, heightened their sensitivity to touch, and increased intensity of feelings, thus enhancing their sexual experience, while others found that cannabis interfered by making them sleepy and less focused or had no effect on their sexual experience. Wiebe E, Just A. How Cannabis Alters Sexual Experience: A Survey of Men and Women. J Sex Med 2019; 16:1758-1762.
late 14c., "males or females considered collectively," from Latin sexus "a sex, state of being either male or female, gender," a word of uncertain origin. "Commonly taken with seco as division or 'half' of the race" [Tucker], which would connect it to secare "to divide or cut" (see section (n.)).
The meaning "quality or character of being either male or female" with reference to animals is recorded by 1520s; by 19c. this meant especially "the anatomical distinction between male and female as evidenced by physical characteristics of their genital organs and the part taken by each in reproduction." Extended by 1560s to characteristics or structures in plants which correspond to sex in animals.
Also especially the sex "the female sex, womankind" (1580s). The meaning "sexual intercourse" (have sex) is by 1906; the meaning "genitalia" is suggested by 1933 ("Fumes of Formation") and probably is older. Sex symbol by 1871 in anthropology; the first person to whom the term was applied seems to have been Marilyn Monroe (1959). Sex-kitten is attested by 1954 (Brigitte Bardot). Sex object is by 1901, originally in psychology; sex appeal is attested by 1904.
Sex-life is attested by 1887. Sex-drive is by 1916 (sex-impulse by 1911). Sex-education is by 1894; sex therapist is by 1969, in early use often in reference to Masters and Johnson. Sex-crime is by 1907; sex-maniac by 1895; sex-fiend by 1931 (in a New York Daily News headline).
"deep, circular vessel," from late Old English pott and Old French pot "pot, container, mortar" (also in erotic senses), both from a general Low Germanic (Old Frisian pott, Middle Dutch pot) and Romanic word from Vulgar Latin *pottus, which is of uncertain origin, said by Barnhart and OED to be unconnected to Late Latin potus "drinking cup." Similar Celtic words are said to be borrowed from English and French. 041b061a72