How many times have you received completely unsolicited advice on something? Or better yet, advice from someone who swears by their tips as if they are some sort of expert even when they have no clout? Either way, sometimes the information we receive is… questionable. The worst part? The advice that people seem to swear by the most surrounds the ever popular topic of sex.
People Are Getting Astonishingly Bad Sex Advice From Siri
People Are Getting Astonishingly Bad Sex Advice From Siri - VICE
The s were revolutionary. Counterculture boomed, the gay rights movement was born, civil rights made momentous strides the Civil Rights and Voting Rights acts were passed , and hippies helped spread a message of free love throughout the nation. Below are some of our favorite pearls of wisdom from the likes of vintage Playboy, Cosmo editor Helen Gurley Brown, and more. The first is the title. The second is that an adult lady wrote an entire book on seducing teenage boys. The third is the advice itself. But look slightly sexier than most of the girls.
In fact, sexual attraction and sexual compatibility are the basis of many successful relationships. Thinking with our nether regions may be natural, but continually acting on those thoughts while the laundry piles up could be the sign of a problem. So how much sex is ideal, and how much is too much? Research suggests that, for people in relationships, having sex is linked to greater well-being and happiness.
The days of Ask Polly, it seems, are well over—and more and more of us are getting our sexual health advice from the internet. Thankfully, a group of enterprising academics in New Zealand have tasked themselves with discovering whether Siri and Google Assistant's sex advice was actually any good. Their results indicate using Siri as your doctor is, at this point, probably ill advised—she provided the best answers to questions just 30 percent of the time. Maybe it's no wonder millennials are apparently having less sex han ever. But inspired by the vision of a team of academics yelling sex questions at Siri, we decide to try out the phone's prowess as an agony aunt for ourselves.