By GalTime's Funny Gal, Jenny from the Blog, Jenny Isenman, for GalTime.com Recently, I wrote about the blessing of Move-a-Body-Friends. You know, those people you would do anything for, like say, move a body? Since that’s a metaphor (sort of), I thought I’d make a list of things I would actually do (and in most cases already have) for my nearest and dearest.
It's time to leave this toxic relationship once and for all. You are tired of the fights. You are tired of the silence. You are tired of walking on eggshells. You are just plain tired.
It began innocently enough. Mission: Great Sex! our Global Condom Review & Safe Sex Initiative with over 1,100 participants in 21 countries. THE GOAL to help couples find and buy the best condoms (based on their own personal requirements and preferences) thus, making sex both safer and more pleasurable.
This is the age of the intentional life. A wide range of everything is readily available and there is a cultural expectation that you will attend to everything every minute. 24/7 you can watch TV, be on facebook, work yourself to the bone, answer email, attend social events, etc., etc. We are now trying to drink life out of a fire hose… and we are drowning ourselves and each other. Sex ... who has time??
Many years ago a colleague spoke of re-membering .. the act of bringing back to yourself all the significant stories of love, hope, resilience and blessing from your life. Kind of like putting yourself back together – this time highlighting what is really important to you.
Every online dater knows (or should know) the obvious safety rules of a first date: meet at a public place, do not give too much personal information and avoid excessive alcohol consumption. Here are two more tips that I learned through my less than perfect dating experiences:
Question: I wanted to ask? In regards to anal play: My husband and I use to do it when we were younger. I still enjoy it sometimes, but it can hurt and even make me bleed a little? Are we just too old to enjoy that particular form of play? ...Angie
When setting up an online profile, along with adding a knock-em-dead photo and writing an eye catching bio, part of the process is selecting what it is that you are looking for in a partner. Selections range from age, religion and child preference to hobbies, ethnicity and previous marital status. By selecting certain parameters, the selection pool narrows itself and available options are then shown to you.