Archive for the ‘Sexual relationships’ Category

Dame Helen Mirren   Leave a comment

Did you read Dame Helen’s little bit of home-spun philosophy, when she was addressing young graduates with one of her top tips for life?

“Don’t confuse sex with love. Love generally lasts more than two minutes.”

Advice rarely gets any better than that!

Happy love-making.

Clive 

Delay Spray for Men   2 comments

Today’s Daily Mail carries a double-page spread launching a not-inexpensive spray that men can apply to their manhood to delay the onset of their orgasm by as much as ten times. Established writers and contributors provide comments expressing their views on this product; an entertaining and good read.

But they all miss a serious point; well, two serious points actually. The first is that this is not new; orgasm delay sprays and creams have been around for decades. Secondly, and this is much more to the point, anything applied to the male member will be swiftly transferred to those female parts of the man’s desire. Result: she gets delayed, too!

If you’d like to arrive together, I have always maintained the best approach is for the woman to do her best to orgasm as quickly as she can while her male lover concentrates on delaying his orgasm until she is clearly about to climax. Simple – and free!

Happy love-making.

Clive Peters

Coital Orgasms   8 comments

Yesterday’s news told us about a US study of six women! SIX women? Any study for research should involve thousands before coming to any realistic conclusion!
But I have to agree with their findings on this one – they found that having an orgasm during sex could boost fertility by 15%. Writing in Sociaffective Neuroscience & Psychology, the researchers said: ‘It appears female orgasm does perform some sort of sperm-retention function.’

This ‘retention’ was explained by me in 2008. Vaginal spasms during orgasm create a ‘sucking’ movement by the vagina making tenting shapes. Any man fortunate, and sensitive enough, will tell you that he feels as though he is being held, or sucked, in during this very satisfying period – for both partners.

Happy love-making.
Clive

Erotic Photos   Leave a comment

My present to you, this festive season, is a link to some of the best modern erotic photos on the web. Beautiful women, beautiful poses and, yes, the occasional vulva, but mostly pictures of the female body form, with hardly a penis to see. Different!

Go here: theuniquelybeautiful.tumblr.com

For me, the eyes have it – especially those that convey a challenge, desirability, confidence, and especially those with different colored irises!

Have a wonderful Christmas and a loving and fulfilling relationships in the New Year.

Clive.

Single & Sexy   2 comments

A study involving 2000 people over a seven year period, by researchers in Finland, showed that singles enjoyed more orgasms and were able to reach orgasm faster than those in a relationship!

Happy love-making.

Clive

Want to stay looking younger?   Leave a comment

Researchers at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital suspect DHEA – one of the hormones released when you make love – increases collagen production, reducing wrinkles.

People in their 40s who had sex three times a week or more were judged to look seven to 13 years younger than their actual age.

The answer: Have sex more frequently, and stay looking younger.

Happy love-making.

Clive

Sex Improves with Age   Leave a comment

Sex does improve with age – especially for women.

Researchers attending the annual conference of the North American Menopause Society held in Orlando, Florida, interviewed 39 women attending, with some enjoying sex more than ever, despite having it less often.

These women told the researchers from the University of Pittsburgh they were more confident than when they were younger. They were better at communicating their needs to their partner and willing to broach delicate subjects, such as the use of Viagra. Some had adapted their lovemaking to compensate for age and changes to their bodies caused by the menopause.

They tended to spend more time on fore-play, try new positions, and put more emphasis on intimacy than passion.

Lead author Holly Thomas said: ‘One of the most enlightening findings of this study was the large number of women who had successfully adapted to any negative changes by modifying their expectations regarding sexual activity, putting more emphasis on the emotional and intimacy aspects of sex, or adapting the sex acts themselves.’

Denise Knowles, a sex therapist with the marriage guidance charity Relate, said: ‘Maybe we are more confident and have more of a what-the-heck attitude.’

Dr Pam Spurr, a relationship expert and agony aunt, said: ‘There is a lot of good news in this study. With age, women gain more wisdom about their sexual responsiveness and pleasure. Such self-knowledge helps rekindle the spark that might have been lost.’

Such wisdom is expressed, and illustrated, as well as researched and published in an easy to read, and sometimes humorous way, in Exploring Sex, Love and Lust, by Clive Peters. You know you deserve a copy to refer to – and continue to enjoy the best sex ever, no matter what your age.

Happy love-making.

Clive