Feel the heat? Maybe it's a delayed reaction to all of those ads for Viagra, Levitra, Cialis and similar products. Or it could be subliminal thoughts associated with the whole physical "energy" trend that's infused nutrition bars and beverages. Whatever the cause, sex is losing its protective, defensive aura and re-acquiring a distinct sense of fun. The changing attitudes can already be found in some supermarket categories, including sales of condoms with erotic add-ons and the arrival of ...

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