Sex Bites: Gaga goes celibate, Seagal the sex slaver, and Wii Fit causes sex addiction

Celebrity sex:

Lady Gaga tries to be a lady: After an interview in which Lady Gaga claimed all she looks for in a male partner is a big dick, the pop icon is now telling fans to be celibate, just like her. “I'm single right now and I've chosen to be single because I don't have the time to get to know anybody. So it's OK not to have sex, it's OK to get to know people. I'm celibate, celibacy's fine," she told fans. “It's not really cool anymore to have sex all the time. It's cooler to be strong and independent."  Read more at

Under Seagal: Steven Seagal’s fading action star career us under siege after his former personal assistant, 23-year old Kayden Nguyen, filed a $1 million lawsuit against the movie martial artist for

sexual abuse and the illegally trafficking of women. Nguyen claims Seagal keeps two Russian attendants like human sex toys and tried to add Nguyen to his harem. She claims Seagal expected her to be "available for his sexual needs 24 hours a day, seven days a week."

Marty Singer, Seagal's lawyer said Nguyen was fired for taking illegal narcotics. It was also recently discovered that the former model was on an episode of The Tyra Banks Show, in which she claimed she can “trick any guy,” into getting what she wanted. Read more at

Dupré gets naked for millions—-this time legally. While the former governor of New York, Eliot Spitzer reportedly paid $4,300 to see Dupré naked, you just have to buy the May issue of Playboy, which features an 8-page spread of the former escort. Read more here.

: Entertainment Tonight claims Elin Woods plans to divorce Tiger and that she was only sticking with him to support him through sex rehab. Others think Elin was finally pushed to this decision by the latest round of mistresses, including local Tampa adult performer, Devon James. Read more here.

Sex in the city:

Man accidentally shots girlfriend during foreplay: In Granite Falls, WA, a 25-year-old man called 911 early Sunday morning saying he had just shot his 22-year-old girlfriend. He later told officers that the couple had been drinking heavily when he grabbed a gun which they often use during foreplay. He is being charged with first-degree manslaughter. Read more here.

Wii Fit causes sex addiction: A UK woman claims she has the urge to have sex 10 times a day after falling off a Wii Fit board. She has been diagnosed with persistent sexual arousal syndrome, probably from a damaged nerve. Amanda Flowers claims even the smallest vibrations, like that from a cellphone, turn her on.

Science of sex:Shocking sexual arousal: Pfizer researchers have discovered that providing an electric stimulus to the pelvic nerve boosts blood flow to the genitalia, thus aiding female sexual arousal. This effect was enhanced further by the experimental drug, UK-414,495. The drug is believed to work by preventing the breakdown of a chemical messenger that is key to promoting blood flow during sexual arousal. This may lead to drugs that work like female Viagra. Read more here.

BO as cologne: Scientists continue to find more evidence that body odor is a key component in sexual attraction. People are generally attracted to potential mates who have a BO distinct from their own, as this indicates a difference in immune systems. Two parents with distinct immune systems will increase the likelihood of having a healthy child with an immune system more resistant to a variety of diseases. Researches have also discovered that males and females of various sexual orientations all have very distinct BO preferences. Read more here.

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