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Discover the Art of Self-Pleasure

When it comes to sex education the last class you probably took was in high school. And though lots of things change once you make it out of the teen years, many of us could use an advanced refresher course. From sex concerns to erotic techniques, you needn't be shy or too afraid to ask questions when it comes to self-pleasure. That's why went to Babeland and selected some top picks from their library of books for your learning pleasure!   1. Guide to Getting it On: 4th Edition: From Orgasms, Sunsets, and Hand Grenades to Sex&Diabetes, The Guide to Getting It On, which in 2007 celebrated its 11th year in print and sales of over 600,000 copies, may be the greatest personal sex manual of our time. The 854 page bible, written by Paul Joannides, is considered the most comprehensive sex guide of our time.

Are Men Afraid of Sexual Women?

Are Men Afraid of Sexual Women?

“You know what your problem is?” asked Dave.  Boy, do I love conversations that begin with this question.  Nothing’s more fun than having a know-it-all friend instruct you on the failings of your existence.   Fortunately, I wasn’t on the other end of Dave’s question.  My friend Kim was.  She was complaining about her romantic life and asking our friend Dave for advice.  The issue was sex appeal and how Kim simply oozes with it.  Men are drawn to her like she’s a hunk of steel and they’ve got magnets in their pants.  She has few limits, no fears and porn star levels of experience.  On the outside, she’s a minx.   But on the inside she’s broken-hearted.  Kim feels deeply and wants something real.  But few men she meets see her as relationship material.  Thus, Dave was educating us over a bottle of scotch.  “Your problem,” he said.  “Is that men are intimidated by sexually assertive women.”  

Are Men Afraid of Sexual Women?

Are Men Afraid of Sexual Women?

“You know what your problem is?” asked Dave.  Boy, do I love conversations that begin with this question.  Nothing’s more fun than having a know-it-all friend instruct you on the failings of your existence.   Fortunately, I wasn’t on the other end of Dave’s question.  My friend Kim was.  She was complaining about her romantic life and asking our friend Dave for advice.  The issue was sex appeal and how Kim simply oozes with it.  Men are drawn to her like she’s a hunk of steel and they’ve got magnets in their pants.  She has few limits, no fears and porn star levels of experience.  On the outside, she’s a minx.   But on the inside she’s broken-hearted.  Kim feels deeply and wants something real.  But few men she meets see her as relationship material.  Thus, Dave was educating us over a bottle of scotch.  “Your problem,” he said.  “Is that men are intimidated by sexually assertive women.”  

Back on track after breaking up

Back on track after breaking up

Trying to get back on track after a breakup is hard but I have decided to use this as a positive tool to learn from. I'm going to keep blogging as things change for the better.

In love, or obsessed?

In love, or obsessed?

Obsession. It’s such an out of control thing. So often confused with being in love. Who likes to admit they’re obsessed? We would like to think we’re in a mutually in love situation. Not one where you are obsessed, and the object of your obsession knows it.