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Breasts, Sex, and Cancer   2 comments

Robert Paul Smith said, ‘B is for breasts, of which ladies have two; once prized for the function, now for the view.’ In the chapter headed ‘Breasts’ in my latest book, I ask the question, ‘Are breasts sexual organs?’ In a happy mood I read one man’s view; ‘When shopping, we are all familiar with the offer, “Two for the price of one”. Women are like that, you suck on one and she offers you the other’.

There is no doubt that these anatomical wonders are appreciated and enjoyed by both sexes; quite apart from their basic function – to feed their babies – nobody can deny their attraction, and ability to display a girl’s femininity. And variety adds to the pleasure; big ones, small ones, pert nipples, wide areolae, from porcelain pink to honey-hew to mahogany and all flesh tones in between. Yes, we are ALL different.

So when something goes wrong, it is a catastrophe. For the woman, firstly, and then all the folk – of both sexes – around her. Sixteen years ago my wife had breast cancer and went through all the procedures to effect a cure; it is now simply a distant memory, but unforgettable nonetheless. No enduring after-effects; just left with an ability to counsel wisely on the subject to those who might be going through the same pain.

But no matter how experienced, or wise, you may be, nobody can prepare you for the shock. Yesterday our daughter told us she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. I am in shock as I write this. We all have our different ways of coping with disturbing or shocking news; I write. We know that the prognosis is good and very positive, but it doesn’t change the effect this has on everybody’s state of mind.

Thank you for listening to me today; it is much appreciated.

Happy love-making.



Maximize Your Ejaculation and Improve Taste   Leave a comment

Clive Peters

The second most frequently asked question I get – after matters of size that is – is how to maximize ejaculations; bigger loads, more spurts, shooting further and how to make it taste more inviting.
We are all born with different size equipment, so there will always be a difference between individuals. I mention this because porn tends to err on the biggest and that can frustrate many who would like to be the same. Even porn stars who shoot huge amounts of seminal fluid admit that they were born that way.
But there are a few things we can all do to increase volume, and thereby increase the number of spurts, as well as strengthen the muscles that make it shoot further – and even make it taste better.
Not ejaculating for 4/5 days and edging during that period I have already covered in a previous blog but now…

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Posted March 24, 2015 by authorclive in Uncategorized

Attention Professional Teachers   1 comment

Do you teach 11-18 yr olds? Are you expected to provide sex lessons? Would you like help in creating a sensible, credible, and contemporary syllabus?

If you would like a FREE copy of Exploring Sex, Love and Lust, by Clive Peters, OR a free copy for your school/academy/university library, you are invited to email, with a request for a copy.

You may be surprised at the incredible amount of information in this 355 page book but, whether as a work of reference, or even for personal enlightenment, inevitably the numbers of free soft-cover versions issued has to be limited – first come, first served.

So drop me a line with all the necessary information to enable me to airmail your copy – don’t hesitate to ask for further information – ISBN, Reviews and so on; if I have any questions before mailing I’ll get right back to you.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Clive Peters



101 Shades of Sex   1 comment

From pale pink to darkest black. And not just BDSM. We’re all different. This is recognised in Exploring Sex, Love and Lust.

Here’s what one reviewer said:

By Brian on November 25, 2014

Format: Paperback

This is really equivalent to a “Masterclass” or “Series of Masterclasses” in Sex and Love, but brought together in one extremely unique book. It is a Text book, a Reference book, a book dealing with all aspects of sex and love and written in a style that is easy to read and learn from. Certainly the best I have read, and it is complete with illustrations, detailed descriptions, contributors’ experiences and results of worldwide studies. My recommendation to the 1000’s upon 1000’s of readers who, like me,think they know everything about sex and love, is to acquire this book and discover how to achieve the best sex, fully understand your partner’s needs, and resolve any problems. Truly a “Masterpiece”. Brian, UK.

If you’re sex drive is flagging, and you’d like to revitalize your sexual relationship, here’s what a doctor wrote:

By R.L.Rackliffe on August 17, 2014

Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

With amazing clarity, this book approaches the entirety of the human sexual experience as few others ever have. The physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of sex are explored and demystified in an easy to read format. This book succeeds in teaching the reader to understand their own sexual desires and needs as well as their partner’s. I would highly recommend this book to anyone with an interest in achieving a more fulfilling, exciting sex life.

What are you waiting for?

Happy love-making.

Clive Peters

Who Teaches the Teachers   1 comment

Teachers are human!  Sex is a very private, personal activity, and nobody should expect that any teacher should simply be given a curriculum and told to ‘get on with it.’ Male or female, the teacher feels vulnerable, and, quite rightly, feels that pupils are going to ask questions that can be construed as extremely personal – and leave the classroom with improper views about their teacher. You can’t stop the kids talking about the subject, and their teacher, after they have left the classroom.

What all teachers need is a reference, something that can instantly be recognised as an authoritative work, to draw from, use as a guide, offer to pupils in whole or part – you can hear the sigh of relief from any teacher as she or he reads this. “If only.” I hear you say.

There has been a lot of publicity about teaching 11 to 18 year old’s about sex. But nobody talks about how the teachers should go about teaching this subject, creating a syllabus; starting with the basics perhaps: anatomy, attraction, arousal, and copulation. Maybe moving on to conception, contraception, and birth. Another stage could introduce the chemistry, the hormones that drive us, feelings of love and desire, the difference between lust and love. Another stage might talk about oral sex; cunnilingus and fellatio, even touching upon anal sex. A final stage could be about problems and problem solving; emotional as well as physical. With open discussion to encourage dispelling myths and untruths about sex, Discussing the importance of communication – how this can avoid problems and enhance relationships. Define pornography, its influence on our sex lives, how we use it.

I could go on – you know the list is endless. You also know that any one aspect can be looked up on the Internet – with so many differing views and opinions, often drawn from dubious sources. Within the 355 pages of Exploring Sex, Love and Lust, the teacher will not only have an authoritative source of information but also share the personal experiences from contributors around the world. In addition to the information gathered from legitimate studies carried out by internationally recognised institutions and universities – and drawing from published works by recognised sex experts. All in one volume.

The detail is incredible; one reviewer said, ‘This work should be required reading by all medical students.’ Who knows the constituents of semen, and how to influence its appearance, volume, taste and smell? Okay, so you do know, but have you got such information in a single source? Become knowledgeable about which foods influence your sexual performances; which supplements to consider. What is a ‘headache’ and how to cure/avoid it. Matters of size; breasts as well as penile. Multiple orgasms, masturbation, mutual masturbation; these are just a few of the subjects covered in great detail. How to recognize and treat problems ranging from ED to PE to cystitis to STDs. This book is your one-stop work of reference for all matters sexual – teaching or not.

And whether you’re a teacher or not – happy love-making.


Maximize Your Manhood   Leave a comment

Sales of How to Maximize Your Manhood – What Every Red-Blooded Male Needs to Know continue as strong as ever. If you are one of those who have bought this book, and would like to learn a whole lot more as well as share all the secrets to a successful, fulfilling and exciting sexual relationship with your partner, go buy my biggest, and most comprehensive, work yet – 355 fact-packed pages of how to achieve the best sex ever, covering all the taboo aspects, illustrated, and with first-hand true-life experiences from contributors all around the world.

Backed by studies from many internationally recognized specialist doctors, professors, and study groups of big-name universities, you will find what interests you, your partner, and even help you discover aspects of your sexual relationships that you never knew you had!

Exploring Sex, Love and Lust by Clive Peters will complete your sexual education. Your partner will love you for it.

Happy love-making.


The Love Muscle   Leave a comment

Clive Peters

A strong PC (pubococcygeal) muscle – has been referred to as the ‘love muscle’, is slung, hammock style, between your legs from front to back – helps to make and keep erections, and a fit PC muscle gives you stronger ejaculations.  Kegels (the flexing of this muscle to squeeze the urinary tract) aren’t just for the men to practise: tell your partner about them and she’ll soon realise the benefits of a fit PC muscle, too.  In females the vagina passes through this muscle as well, so you will appreciate the fitter her PC muscle is the firmer she can make the opening – and the grip around your penis.  Something you can both benefit from straight away.

The PC muscle is quite large; sit upright on a wooden seat or any firm surface, wearing only something thin, and flex your PC.  You will feel just how large a muscle this is between your legs. …

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Posted March 12, 2015 by authorclive in Uncategorized