Question: I am a woman in my mid forties and I think a 26 year-old co-worker of my husband’s wants to have sex with me. How do I know for sure? What are the signs a man gives? ...Joy Answer: First let me say, that if you suspect that a man you know wants to have sex with you, chances are you're right.
If you are like many women today, you have several male friends. Sure, you love them, but like brothers. And you wouldn't even think about ever having sex with them, because that's not what your relationship is about and you know they feel exactly the same way. I'm here to say that you can be absolutely confident that this is true if they are either under the age of ten, comatose, or gay. Otherwise, you're living in a fool's paradise.
c. 2012 Susun S Weed (Expert) Author: Down There: Sexual & Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way Herbal aphrodisiacs are fun and effective ways of improving overall health in addition to amping up sexual health and vigor. In the past few installments, we have dabbled with potions of ginkgo, ginseng, ginger, guarana, damiana, potency wood, and yohimbe. Does this exhaust the list?
The last thing any man wants is to buy an engagement ring his significant other isn't 100% happy with. For the fellas with a woman that already knows exactly what she wants, the pressure isn't as great. But for those that want to make this decision all on their own to impress their sweetie, the journey from point A to point B can be challenging. But it doesn't have to be impossible!
c. 2012 Susun S Weed (Expert) Author: Down There: Sexual & Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way Herbal aphrodisiacs are alive and well. How about you? Now that we know how to use the three gees – ginkgo, ginseng, and ginger – to our sexual advantage, let’s expand our horizons to include some sexy herbs from exotic places – like India, South America, and Africa.
When I was in my twenties, I couldn't wait for the next issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine to hit the newsstands. It was always packed full of irresistible articles with titillating headlines like, "Secrets to Drive Him Crazy in Bed." The magazine cleverly focused on men and sex and sold millions of copies to insecure and confused women like myself. I can say with authority that in forty-plus years, nothing has changed in "Cosmo world," and this is how I know.
Question: I think my husband has a porn problem. I have even seen stuff on our computer suggesting he is in communication with other women. You should know that he has always been very affectionate with me and that hasn’t changed. Our sex life is a little lacking, but he has a disability that makes “getting physical” a little a little bit of a challenge. I have asked about the porn and he denies it. We have been married more than twenty years and I really love him.
Women really over estimate who we are. Let me explain. The other day I saw this woman. She grabbed her kid and she said, “God, I miss you so much and I love you!” and just kept kissing the kid. I noticed that she had no ring on her finger. So I started talking to her and I said, “You know, that is so beautiful the way you are with your kid.” “Thank you.” “Single mom?” “Yes.”
As much as we may hate to admit this, we ladies definitely do certain things to get a guy's attention. I mean, we may flip our hair when a cute guy walks by, lick our lips when we see him looking our direction — it's just human nature! The thing is, we're girls, but how are we to know what a guy's really thinking, how are we to know what guys ACTUALLY think is sexy?
Stereotypes exist in all kinds of situations: ask any woman where the worst place to find a good man is, and they'll inevitably either reply with either a bar or a nightclub. The consensus seems to be that guys in bars or nightclubs are only interested in finding a woman to have sex with, and nothing more.
One thing you can usually depend on with men (other than leaving the toilet seat up), is that you can take our words at face value. Our speech is primarily goal-oriented and our words can be taken literary. One important example to the contrary, however, is the phrase, “I’ll call you.” On the surface, this phrase sounds simple enough: Three little words that seem to promise a future interaction.
If you're worried about what your significant other is fantasizing about, you can stop right now. A new study, conducted at Spain's University of Granada, says men and women in relationships have pretty similar sexual fantasies, in that both genders fantasize about their loved one. Researchers surveyed a group of Spanish citizens who had been in relationships for six months or longer.
Society has sent women the message that having needs makes us "too much" for men. We have been told that wanting more time with a man or needing his affection makes us clingy and neurotic. This isn't true. Just because we crave a human connection doesn't mean that we are going to drown a man in all of our needs.
Men, men, men! Can't live with them, and can't—well, you know the rest. I adore men, much to my own detriment, I really do. Now, don't draw conclusions that I am one of "those blondes." I just simply love men in that I actually, truly, emphatically can find something appealing and lovable about almost any guy I meet. Young, old, short, tall, dark, light, funny, not—well, okay, they do have to be funny (and smart but mostly funny). But guys, even in my mind, there are a few things you need to learn about giving jewelry. Here's your crash course from someone on the inside: