by David Deida: All men tend to have blocks in the front of their body, along an imaginary line that runs from the top of the head, through the tongue, throat, heart, solar plexus, navel, and genitals, down to the perineum.
I’ve been reading some of David Deida‘s work again. When I encountered him initially, I didn’t really appreciate what he had to say
Excerpts from Intimate Communion by David Deida: For the Masculine, death and sex are inextricably interwoven; that is, good sex is mind-blowing, self-obliterating,
by Patty Brisben: Like a fine bottle of wine, I truly believe that we become better, more robust and wiser as we age. Experience almost always trumps enthusiasm, and intimacy is no different.
by Sienna Jae Fein: The Web is having a conversation about senior sex, and it’s a mixed bag of disgust, defensiveness, zealotry, and hope.
by Dawn Cartwright: It isn’t a bang, it’s a hum. I went to a dinner party this summer, given by a gourmand friend with a knack for putting together shindigs that take off like a house on fire.
by Douglas LaBier: A couple drives to a dinner party in stony silence. Each harbors feelings about a disagreement from earlier that afternoon over a financial matter.
Remember a time when you couldn’t keep your hands off your partner? When with one look, one touch, you’d spend all day glowing in what felt like an all-consuming passion?
by Serj Sagan: If you have ever watched Friends then you may have seen the episode where Monica gives Chandler sex advice and in a funny way talks about the 7 erogenous zones of women.
Even though you’re bumping uglies everywhere but your heads, your brain should be the center of your sex life. Orgasms occur in the brain (and elsewhere), and you want to make sure that you’re getting the most, um, bang for your buck.