Archive for the ‘Satisfy your partner’ Tag

Sexual Infidelity   Leave a comment

Published in today’s Daily Mail is a double-page article written by my good friend Zelda West-Meads (Relationships Counselor and ‘Agony Aunt’) about females tempted into illicit relationships.
You should read it; interesting examples of using Internet dating sites and how innocent beginnings can grow so easily into adultery, with inevitable family break-ups.

Zelda’s book, To Love, Honour and Betray, is published today by Thistle, and costs only £10.00.

I began this blog by declaring that Zelda West-Meads is my good friend. She will be recommending readers of YOU Magazine, published on Sept 3 by the Mail on Sunday, that they buy my book Exploring Sex, Love and Lust.

What are friends for, if not to help each other out! Good luck with your book Zelda – and loads of interesting stuff to learn, if you might be tempted, dear readers
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Happy Love-making.

Clive Peters

The Wrong Blood!   Leave a comment

For a study carried out for Ordu University in Turkey, researchers took blood samples from 350 men in their sixties and split them into two groups according to whether they had erectile problems.

The results revealed men with types A, B, or AB were three to four times more likely to flop in the bedroom than those with blood type ‘O’. Just 16% with O blood types had problems, compared with 42% of those with A blood types.

Happy love-making, whatever your blood type!

Clive

Brainy People Have Most Sex   Leave a comment

Having sex frequently may help improve brain function as we age. Researchers at Coventry University found over-50s who had the most sex also scored highest in brain tests.
We reckon that the hormones dopamine and oxytocin released during sex improve connectivity between different parts of the brain.
Maybe there’s some truth when your friends say you keep your brains in your trousers!
Happy love-making.
Clive

Mothers and Sex   Leave a comment

Mum really DOES know best!

Dr Laura Widman, of the Teen Health Lab at North Carolina State University analysed research of 25,000 teenagers over 30 years, about discussing with parents contraception and risky sexual conduct.

It is ‘the chat’ dads, and teenagers, dread most. But the research suggests that those who did talk it over with a parent made them more likely to practise safe sex – and it’s better still if done by Mum.

Under 25s make up more than six in ten chlamydia cases in the UK, more than 140,000 annually.

Particularly among mothers and girls, ‘communication with parents’ has a protective effect on adolescent contraceptive and condom use. The results are published in JAMA Pediatrics.

There is another way – and you know what I mean – my book even has a chapter devoted to ‘Communication’, to help Mum or Dad, as well another on ‘Conception and Contraception’. So you’ll know all about it – Mums too!

Happy love-making.

Clive Peters, author.

Armpit Hair   Leave a comment

Armpit Hair

On Instagram, Paris Jackson, the 18 yr old, defended her armpit hair after receiving criticism over her choice to let it grow. In response, HuffPost UK blogger Kirsty Baines said: ‘It is absolutely not acceptable for others to comment on her body hair, as nobody has the right to dictate how another individual should, or shouldn’t, look.’

There has been little written in defense of body hair – and we all have it – because it has, mistakenly, been accepted as being ‘not nice’ or even ‘disgusting.’ for women to display it. Even thinking, again mistakenly, that it is ‘dirty’ and should be removed.

Women follow trends; that’s how it all began. But trends are often started by a minority and, in this case, by a minority ignorant of the fact that a great many men find body hair erotic, sensual, and attractive. Somehow this subject has gotten onto the list of taboos to discuss.

When researching this ‘taboo’ I discovered so much that I included a whole chapter, entitled: ‘Hair – Everywhere’ in my book, Exploring Sex, Love and Lust. Be enlightened, even excited, by reading up.

Happy Love-Making.

Clive

The Wrong Blood   Leave a comment

A study shows that men with blood type A, B or AB are up to four times more likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction than men who have blood type O.

It doesn’t alter the fact that smoking, being overweight, and having high blood pressure are thought to be the most important factors, however the study carried out by Ordu University in Turkey suggests your blood type may be as influential.

Researchers took blood samples from 350 men in their sixties and split them into two groups according to whether they had erectile problems. The results revealed men with blood types A, B or AB were three to four times more likely to fail in the bedroom than those with blood type O.

Just 16 per cent with O blood types had problems, compared with 42 per cent of those with blood type A.

If you’re having problems, get checked out – there is help out there.

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