David Nicholson on the world's favourite subject

When Lust is a Must, The Guardian

...one woman allowed men to have "gang bangs...the men would call their brothers and they could take turns" simply because "it was better than being alone". She had an affectionate nickname: The Viking, "because I had so much endurance". Enormously overweight, she got into making porn movies ('Tons of Buns', for example) and once had sex 33 times in one night with nearly that many men. Read full article...

Touting for Business, Evening Standard

Attracted by Jones's few coughed phrases of pidgin Japanese (skebishow means sex show, uganoko means fucking show), they tiptoe downwards into the Flamingo, the Foxy Lady or the Soho Live Girls, have a drink with an ageing hostess with dyed hair, withered breasts and a bruised voice, watch a bored, gum-chewing Scandinavian slip her bra-straps over her shoulders and drop her nylon briefs with the aplomb of a council-estate elevator, re-order drinks, smile politely and depart a few hundred quid lighter. Jones, meanwhile, is three streets away, in the pub. Read full article...

Leading Ladies: Luba Tvetskova, European Businesswoman

"Most women," says Luba Tvetskova, "are unpredictable and furious. I much prefer to work with men. A lady is an unpredictable creature and in most cases her work depends on her mood." Do men get the hots for her? "I like men to feel slightly in love. But it's not a problem for me. It's more worrying if another company's executives fall in love with me: if I refuse them it can be bad for business, but I'm rather experienced at this - and don't forget I'm married." Oh yes, Luba, so you are. Read full article...

What are Asian men looking for? Exotica Magazine

"I find that Asian woman are different to European woman," says Robbie Sharma. "They appear very naive and quiet on the outside but once they get into bed they go like a rocket! With European women it's the other way around." Read full article...

A hundred thousand years of sex, Independent Saturday magazine

In the 11th century, Bishop Burchhart of Worms took the genre one stage further. Drawing on unexpected reserves of imagination, he wrote (in Latin) that his flock should be sure not to have sex with animals, or with their own children. And women should absolutely never have sex with one another using a strap-on dildo. ('aut machinamatu in modu virilis.') Read full article...