Zoe and I had a bit of a tussle arguing about who was going to post this. I won. I think I won because I know nothing about what it feels like to go into labor or push 10 pounds through a hole between my legs.
a couple about to be married, who through the magic of makeup where shown what they might look like in several decades if they were to stay together and live out their lives as husband and wife. You know, just like they promise to do in the movies.
It’s weird. We Christians believe that, in one way or another, God created everything. We even believe that God called all this created stuff “good,” going as far as saying the stuff about humanity was “exceedingly good.”
This toy doesn’t just vibrate – oh no. It also rotates, similarly to the Nexus RevO 2. As well as being a wonderful design feature, this very cleverly distinguishes itself from the We-Vibe range of sex toys.
Mainstream porn lacks creativity and a narrative. They only care about sets of genitals banging together until they get their money shot, the man coming all over the woman’s face, enjoying his orgasm with no thought to the woman’s pleasure.
In a nut shell, no. At least not with other people. If you're rubbing one out three or four times a day, chances are you're still not an anomaly. Plenty of people are playing with themselves regularly.
Many couples find themselves with differing levels of desire for sex. And as we age, the problem can become more pronounced. While you don't mention any specifics, we'll assume that you are both still interested in your sexual relationship, but, as you say, can't get the “timing” right.
Lelo is putting a sexy new spin on making love with its remote-controlled couple’s vibrator! The sleek silicone Ida can be worn during intercourse (or can be used solo), with rotation against the G-spot from its insertable shaft, and an external disc that provides clitoral vibration without shifting. Both partners will thrill to the unique sensations.
If you've tried a Fleshlight or any other kind of sleeve, you might get some identification from this video. Of course, I'm not sure what trying one for the first time knowing you're going to be on camera afterwards would do to your immediate enjoyment.
I'll politely remind them that we are here to celebrate a time when the people of this country welcomed immigrants who didn't speak the local language into their homes, gave them free food, and after dinner had everything they owned taken from them.
In an uncharacteristically positive tone I opined last week that should the GOP inevitably take both houses, they would be saddled with the unenviable task of actually having to do something for the next two years. After nearly six years of accomplishing little more than obstruction, they would actually have to legislate and govern.
Good news. Matt Taibbi is returning to Rolling Stone. After what seemed to have been a tumultuous and brief relationship with eBay founder Pierre Omidyar and his journalistic venture, First Look Media.
So you want to talk about semen? Turns out it may be an antidepressant. How’s that you say? Apparently, Gallup did a study in 2002 involving 293 undergrads and found that women who have unprotected sex and swallow, are happier.
Maybe that wedding in Florida wasn't a wedding at all, but a weekend intensive in a "Guilt-Trip Workshop." Or maybe, the time has come for us to transition from mother and daughter (or, “enemies”) to friends.
Look beyond the superficial, that's the problem with current affairs, you forget about what's important, you allow the agenda to be decided by superficial information -- what am I saying -- what am I talking about -- don't think about what I'm wearing, these things are redundant, superficial -- don't be distracted.
This response is far too common and has been Facebook's standard response to complaints. Threats of rape, murder, beatings, lynching? No problem. Facebook doesn't see that as violating their community standards.
The Bill and Melinda gates foundation put out a call for a better condom and have offered a cash grant. I was going to make some sick joke about putting your money where your mouth is, but that would be inappropriate.