Why Sex Should Be Treated As A Spiritual Practice

All relationships have a system. Some systems work well and some are dysfunctional.

Mention the word sex and eyes widen and ears perk up. The strong reaction the subject arouses reflects the spicy nature of sexual energy. We may be at the gym feeling tired and depleted, but if someone we find attractive starts working out next to us, our energy level is suddenly boosted. That energetic intensification represents the activation of our Lower Dantian (energy center below the navel), which holds our sexual energy in reserve. Continue reading

  

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French Uptight Over 24-Foot Parisian Butt Plug

Apparently, this “sculpture” is called Tree. Um, we have to agree that it’s not. :-)

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In Place Vendome, one of Paris’s beautiful historic squares, next to a 19th-century column commemorating Napoleon’s glory in the Battle of Austerlitz, sits a 24-foot inflatable butt plug. Despite the city’s reputation as haven for cosmopolitan artsy types, some Parisians aren’t having it.

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Couple Enjoys Regular Threesomes With Sex Dolls, And It Only Cost $32,000

Ok, so here’s one innovative way to get that threesome you’ve always been coveting…

Shawna Bigelow is only a little jealous of the numerous sex dolls her boyfriend keeps in the basement.

Most of the time, though, she and Dave Hockey enjoy an ongoing sexual relationship with the dolls, which they spent more than $32,000 on, according to iTV. Their freaky extracurriculars involve little to no attachment (unless Bigelow decides to use a different attachable penis for her male doll, named Terry). Continue reading

  

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Husbands Who Lose Interest In Sex Might Have Something Else Going On

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By Heidi Stevens
Chicago Tribune

There’s a passage at the beginning of Michele Weiner Davis’ 2008 book, “The Sex-Starved Wife: What to Do When He’s Lost Desire,” that underscores what experts say is a larger problem than our culture lets on.

“You ask yourself, ‘What’s wrong with me? Aren’t I attractive?’ ” Weiner Davis writes. “How did you manage to hook up with the one man in the world who would prefer doing just about anything other than making love to you? Why isn’t he like all the other guys?”

The one man in the world. All the other guys. Continue reading

  

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Product Review: Wake Up Vibe

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In an age where our cell phones have become replacements for so many of our cherished devices (pagers, point-and-shoot cameras, portable music players, fitness trackers, etc.), is there still a place for an actual standalone alarm clock, let alone one that costs almost $60.00 and adds a clitoral vibrator, in our lives? The Wake Up vibe Alarm Clock Silicone Vibrator tries to answer this question affirmatively with an attractive, functional, and innovative twist on the mundane alarm clock of bygone eras. Intrigued with its category defying audacity, we purchased one for Alicia to review, putting it through its paces and challenging the Wake Up Vibe’s claim that she would “get more energy, increased libido, and feel much happier,” as stated on their own website. Would this alarm clock for the clitoris enliven our morning ritual? Read on to find out… Continue reading

  

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The Secret Life of Women: How Men Can Finally Understand Female Emotions

We’re huge fans of the content at The Good Men Project, with this posting on female versus male emotional responses pretty spot on.

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I was talking with my friend and colleague, John, about my relationship, and its challenges. I smiled and said, “Women’s emotional reactions have baffled men forever.”

With his typical wise and cosmic perspective, he smiled, and asked, “Would you like to understand feminine emotion?”

What? Someone who actually understands women’s emotions? And can explain them? I said. “Lay it on me, Bro!”

A few minutes into his discourse, I stopped him to get a tape recorder. I knew I had to share this information with other men. We really need to learn about this major difference between men and women. It will save us SO much trouble. If it enlightens you, please share it with all the men you know.

To continue reading this article, click here to visit The Good Men Project.

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Saying “I Love You,” Just Words Or Deeds?


By Ian Denchasy (aka Freddy)

Earlier this summer, my wife was surprised to hear me say, “I love you,” seemingly out of the blue, following up with a remark on how she never knows when I’m going to utter the three words or what prompts me to do so. Alicia is more traditional in her use of the phrase, never leaving the house or going to sleep without tossing it my way, for example, while I’m quite economical with the words, but generous (at least in my mind) with my actions as proof. Taking care of her mother as she grapples with dementia and Parkinson’s Disease is one way I feel I show my ultimate love and dedication; keeping a clean house another. In fact, we’ve had many heated discussions over our many years of marriage involving action versus words, though never tying these talks to love. Perhaps they are one in the same? Is this a “Mars/Venus” scenario, where males and females – in-general – view love and the proof thereof in completely different terms? Continue reading

  

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