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Happy Sunday! As always, Links We Love brings you our favorite health and fitness information from around the web. This week, we're looking at alcohol and sex: from storage for sex toys to more moms posting pictures of themselves after giving birth. We want to spread the love and share kickass content in the wellness world, and here are our picks:
Giving a New Meaning to 'Gin and Juice
Partygoers looking to keep up their “healthy” habits at nighttime are flocking to bars that mix alcohol with fresh fruit and vegetable juice. (via The New York Times)
Photo: Aylin Erman / Glow Kitchen
'Strange Nativities': Scientists Find 45 'Virgin Births' (and Some Virgin Fathers)
Talk about girl power: Researchers report that 45 women have given birth claiming they've never had sexual intercourse. And one study found about 0.5 percent of pregnant women say they've never been intimate with a man. (via ABC News)
Mother of Three on a Mission to “Redefine and Rewrite the Ideals of Beauty” for Women
These days more and more women are taking to the Internet to inspire others with photos of their post-baby bodies. Here's the story behind one mom who posted an honest image of herself after having her third kid. (via Salon)
Photo: Body Image Movement / Facebook
The First Adult Product Launched on Kickstarter isn't What You Think
Could anything get more scandalous than a box? One woman designed a sleek storage container for sex toys, so that people can keep their private business under wraps. (via Fast Company)
Study: A Winning Sports Team Means People Have Sex
Nine months after a big win for Football Club Barcelona in 2009, there was a 16 percent increase in births in that region. Yeah, baby! (via The Atlantic)
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