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New Release: Last Splash!

New Release: Last Splash!

Discover Why Summer Boosts Our Sex Drive
Erika Lust | June 19, 2024 | 2 min. read

Check out the first episode of our new series, Last Splash!—It follows three college roommates looking forward to graduation and the coming summer. Phone in hand, the sexually curious Mona captures their lives together, including the more intimate moments…

[Discover Last Splash! directed by Casey Calvert here

Last Splash! will take you back to summertime at college, the season when the best (and sexiest) things happen, but what is it about summer that makes us hornier than ever? Yes, it's not just you! It's all of us! Actually, there are several reasons why summer can boost our sex drive:

More time in the sun!

More sunlight means higher vitamin D levels, which can boost testosterone levels in both men and women, enhancing libido. Sunlight exposure also helps regulate melatonin, improving our mood and energy levels, which can also contribute to a higher sex drive. Did you need another reason to love the sun?

Revealing clothing

Warmer weather often leads to lighter, more revealing clothing, which can increase physical attraction and sexual desire. Seeing more skin can be a visual stimulant for some people.

Increased Physical Activity

Summer encourages outdoor activities like swimming, hiking, and sports, which improve overall fitness and body image and enhance sexual confidence and desire. Physical activity releases endorphins, reducing stress and increasing feelings of happiness.

More Social Life

Summer often means holidays and more social life, leading to new social interactions and potential romantic encounters: who doesn't enjoy a summer fling? Enjoy all kinds of summer flings in Last Splash!

More Relaxation and Leisure Time

The general relaxation and leisure time associated with summer can reduce stress and anxiety, creating a better environment for intimacy. More leisure time can reduce cortisol, the stress hormone, which can decrease sexual desire. Basically, less stress means more orgasms!

Our Biological Rhythms

Longer days can reset our biological clocks, improve sleep patterns and overall energy levels, and positively affect libido. From an evolutionary standpoint, some theories suggest that summer's abundant resources and favorable conditions historically signaled a good time for mating, possibly creating a seasonal boost in libido.

In conclusion, the combination of physical, psychological, and social factors during summer creates a perfect storm for boosting sex drive. More sunlight, warmer weather, revealing clothes… the perfect mix to get us hornier than ever!

Ready to enjoy Last Splash! now? Watch it here now!

Erika Lust is an award-winning filmmaker, producer, and writer who's focus on female pleasure, cinematic values, and ethics in adult cinema have helped to change how pornography is consumed. Erika Lust Films was born in 2004 and since then Erika has ... Read More
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