Archive for January 2015

Food for Sex   Leave a comment

Here’s a quickie – much more info can be found in the book – we’ve all heard the expression, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”  Well, researchers from Santa Chiara Regional Hospital in Trento, Italy, have taken this expression a step further. They found that apples contain phloridzin, a compound that mimics the female sex hormone estradiol, a key element in female sexual arousal.  Just don’t expect feeding her apple pie for desert is going to do the trick!

Speaking of food, how hungry a man feels could determine whether he finds a slim woman more attractive than a heavier one.  Another study, in the British Journal of Psychology, asked men to rate women’s’ body shapes; men who hadn’t eaten were drawn to heavier figures, while full men preferred slimmer figures.

Girls, ask him when he last ate; you might learn something!

Amazing love-making to you all.

Clive.

Amazing Sex – The Story Behind the Book – Part 3   Leave a comment

……. continued from Part 2 published yesterday:

In recent months I have been writing the occasional blog, in support of the broader audience interested in gaining further help and encouragement. Here’s the heading of a blog that continues to generate  a great many hits: Harder Erections, Greater Control, More Ejaculate.  Twenty percent of those hits came from females!  Here’s a comment from Kathy: Great post! This is the kind of of information that should be distributed on the online community. I would like to read more of this. Her comment typified the female interest expressed.

By now you will understand my hesitation in giving my friend a straight answer [yesterday’s blog; Part 2]. Incidentally, you will find the blog mentioned, amongst several others, in the book. And you will read actual comments made by both sexes on all taboo subjects, ranging from multiple orgasms (and how to achieve them), how to make a woman ‘squirt’, to the introduction of anal sex, getting the hardest erections (and avoiding erectile dysfunction), avoiding premature ejaculation, to increasing ejaculate volume and influencing its taste. You will read what a 40-something female friend said when asked, ‘What does it feel like when a man comes inside you?’  And, ‘Is penis size important?’

Factual studies on sexual behaviour are quoted, from university studies and surveys carried out by independent groups around the world. To maintain integrity and privacy, contributors are quoted as directly about this subject as you would wish but their true names do not appear. However, there are comments made by famous personalities drawn from their published views on sex that you will recognize.

The novelist Martin Amis has said women are more likely to write about the reality of sex, complete with its awkward ‘fiascos and no-shows’, while men choose to avoid them. He added that male authors were dogged  by their fears of impotency, a weakness from which women are free, allowing them to write about sex. My view is that he is right, when writing novels, but this book is about facts – not a novel – and I’m a male, with every intention of covering the scenarios he mentions, so you might think the target audience for Exploring Sex, Love and Lust, is male. Maybe, but my experience shows that many male writers have completely missed just how interested women are in all things sexual, and this work attempts to not only illustrate this fact but also provide answers to questions buzzing around in the minds of women that will benefit both sexes.

Happy, glorious, and amazing love-making to you all.

Clive Peters.

Amazing Sex – The Story Behind the Book – Part 2   Leave a comment

…… continued from Part 1 published yesterday:

The amount of information can be bewildering. Where do you begin, and where do you look for answers that relate to you, and your intimate desires? To understand what drives you, what’s acceptable to her/him, understandable and loving – yes, the best sex can be within a loving relationship. The most amazing sex is between two people who give themselves completely and unreservedly to each other. It strengthens the bond and, I believe, can extend this wonderful activity well into old age; even helping you to live longer!

There are elements to good sex that are easily identified: mutual attraction, desire and opportunity. But sex is inordinately more complex than that; within the pages of my latest book you will discover what makes the best sex; how to make the most of your physical attributes and skills already learnt; and learn of the latest discoveries about our bodies – sexually speaking – and techniques to make the most of those discoveries. From the raging hormone-influenced teenage years, through the difficult working middle years while raising a family, to the physically challenging years of later life, sex can be, and should be, amazing.

There’s no one person, male or female, who knows it all, and I certainly do not make that claim but let me share a personal experience with you: my very first full sexual experience during late teenage years, was with a woman five years older than me. My lasting memory from that liaison was that she knew a whole lot more about my body than I did. That not only astounded me, it kicked into gear my life-long interest in understanding more and to constantly keep a shine on my sensual and sexual skills. I’m telling you this because you and I need to believe in the same objectives; reading this far confirms to me that we are on the same wavelength.

‘Who are you writing for, males or females?’, asked a friend when I began talking about this. I told him about another personal experience that took me by surprise: my previous book was written specifically for men. You can’t make the target audience any more obvious than the title given to that book, or so I thought! My first person-to-person contact following publication of that book was with my local pharmacist (male) who wanted to introduce me to his assistant (female). I was pleased to meet this petite, good-looking and educated woman, and asked why she wanted to meet me.

‘I’ve read your book from cover to cover. I couldn’t put it down. And I wanted to meet you and shake your hand.’ For once, I was lost for words.

I’ll continue with Part 3 of the story tomorrow …… hope to see you then.

Clive

Amazing Sex – The Story Behind the Book – Part 1   Leave a comment

We all know about sex, don’t we? It’s one of those things that come naturally to us, like breathing and eating. We don’t have to think about it, just do it.

But isn’t that just too simplistic, and basic? Ever thought you might do better? When we do have sex we wonder if our chosen sexual partner enjoys it as much as we do; we wonder if they understand our innermost desires, we wonder what they are hoping for, we wonder if we might do better – both of us. We are constantly looking to please and be pleased.

So we start to ask to ask questions; of ourselves, and of the opposite sex. But, unlike everyday matters, we don’t ask our parents, or our best friends, about this taboo subject (actually, females are better than males at this). Even if we do ask our friends, we’re not sure they really understand what we’re hoping to find, or if their advice or experience is really applicable to us.

What I am saying here is that nobody’s perfect, but we’d all like to do better; we recognize that, and we also accept that we are all different. You may have heard the expression ‘Different strokes for different folks’, that certainly applies to sex. When looking for answers to our most intimate questions the first port of call is usually the Internet; if you are of a certain age, it could be a periodical magazine or even a book.

I’ll stop here – we all have busy lives to lead – ‘Part 2’ follows tomorrow. See you then.

Clive Peters

Valentine’s Day   Leave a comment

It’s the same every year, the day after Valentine’s Day I get 3 times the normal number of hits on my website: How To Maximize Your Manhood.  This can only be because those men who tried to bed their g/f the night before, failed, and they think it’s because their dick isn’t big enough.  Must admit though, some of the hits are by females who are seeking a way to encourage their man to do something about his size – especially thickness.

But I have news for those that are planning to seduce their partner on Valentine’s Day: size isn’t everything! You need to plan ahead thoughtfully; the place, the time, the ambience, the comfort and total absence of any distractions or stressful situations.

The way to a successful night of seduction – and the best sex ever – are all covered in my latest book: Exploring Sex, Love and Lust.  The reason I’m telling you now is so that you still have time to read, in great detail, what so many other males and females have learnt about not only how to bed your partner but the best techniques for achieving mind-blowing orgasms.

What are you waiting for?

Happy Valentine’s, and not just February 14, but every day for the rest of your loving life!

Clive Peters.

Exploring Love and Sex   Leave a comment

T.S. Eliot wrote:

We shall not cease from exploration

And the end of all our exploring

Will be to arrive where we started

And know the place for the first time.

 

Clive Peters wrote:

Exploring Sex, Love and Lust

Go exploring!

The Birds and The Bees   Leave a comment

I have to thank Life Coach kamalathompson for bringing my attention to this delightful video showing parents talking to their kids about the birds and the bees for the first time. The video lasts 4.46 mins, and is worth every second of your time. Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3MyLt6l5n0

But first I want to tell you why this is so significant for me – and you – whether you are a parent already or just curious about one of our most beautiful functions that stems from desire, lust, and of course, two people in love.

What prompted me to write about sex and love? Yes, like many of you reading this, I am a father, and now grandfather, and I have experienced the awkwardness of helping our offspring understand how their bodies work, how conception and contraception can be achieved, and the importance of communication in a loving relationship.

Young adults – and we’ve all been young adults at some time – reckon they know all there is to know about sex and so are unlikely to buy any books on the subject. What they do do, however, is talk to their peers and consider that’s the best way to learn – not necessarily the most enlightened group. At least that’s what the girls do. The boys just follow their urges. When I heard a teenager say she thought having sex while standing up was safe – gravity was her contraceptive – I began my researches. The astonishing findings and the results of world-wide surveys and studies, put together with the personal experiences of both male and female contributors, and of all ages from teens to eighties, enabled me to produce the definitive work Exploring Sex, Love and Lust.

If you are a parent, and your children are approaching, or have already reached, those awkward teenage years, you should find this book an invaluable aid.  You might even discover things you never knew about yourself. As a reviewer said in the NY Times Blue Ink literary supplement, ‘Clive Peters keeps that promise.’

Thanks for your time, and enjoy the video.

Clive Peters.