Archive for September 2015

Talking Sex   Leave a comment

A survey for insurers Confused.com published in today’s Daily Mail:

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There’s a whole chapter devoted to The Importance of Communication, and how to get into it with each other, as well as your kids, in Exploring Sex, Love and Lust by Clive Peters. A local GP told me he knew some 65 year olds who could use the information in this easy-to-read book. Anecdotes from real people talking about their ‘first time’, to taboo subjects, like anal sex, finding the G spot; tips on how to get the best out of your sexual relationships, the right foods for best sex, getting and maintaining good erections; you name it and you will find it here.

Happy, enjoyable, lasting sexual relations.

Clive

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Parent & Adult Child   Leave a comment

The last person a teenager wants to talk to about sex is Mom or Dad. So they (sometimes) ask their peers (what do they know?) or they browse the internet. As a parent, you want to make sure they get the right advice – but how do you do that when they believe you know nothing!!

An easy to read guide, stuffed with personal anecdotes as well as informed studies by professionals, can help. Parents who have read Exploring Sex, Love and Lust, have told me how good it is to be able to simply hand over a comprehensive guide to their kids and use it as a discussion point or just let them read it for themselves.

Better still, parents have told me how this book has improved their own sex lives, renewed old drives, introduced new ideas, got them back together even. My dentist was the first to tell me this – he wrote an interesting review for the first page of the book. See what you think, and let me know.

Happy love-making.

Clive Peters

Frequent Ejaculation   Leave a comment

Frequent ejaculation is linked to a lower risk of prostate cancer. I have been saying this for many years, and you will find this statement in my book: Exploring Sex, Love and Lust, published in 2014.

But now a recent Harvard study, involving 32,000 men over the age of 18, confirms this benefit comes from ejaculation flushing out cancerous causing substances.

What they don’t say, but I do, is frequent ejaculation also guarantees freshly produced sperm – a healthy situation for those trying to make babies. Infrequent ejaculation leaves older sperm to become less active and weak or even dying.

Happy love-making.

Clive