I’m going to get straight to the point. I was on Facebook earlier today (I’m usually on there 90% of my day- just kidding. Or am I?), and saw a hilarious meme that my cousin posted on her page. The comedian Mo’Nique was at the center, and several curse words surrounded her with a message for the women out there regarding sexual relations ( Google it- it’s pretty funny). Although my cousin’s message said it a bit differently, I thought this was great advice for my ladies out there: It’sRead More
Do (or did) you and your spouse have significantly different levels of desire for sex? If so, you are not alone. Did you know that 1 in 3 couples has a sexual desire gap? But just because you aren’t alone, it doesn’t mean you should be complacent about a ho-hum sexual relationship. You shouldn’t. It can lead to a miserably angry spouse, infidelity and divorce. If you don’t believe me, watch this TEDx talk on The Sex-Starved Marriage And although solutions to this sexual divide abound in magazines, self-help booksRead More
October 16th, 2012 was the last time I had sex. I know I know. I’ve heard it all from “girl you’re crazy” to my doctor asking me “what happened.” Truth of the matter is while sex is cool, I’m really looking forward to making love to my husband. Check out my interview as the special guest of the They Met Online radio show as we speak about being sexy and celibate. Yes, it’s possible. Listen here.
I’ve had many recent conversations with men about who has the controls in relationships. Of course, every man I’ve talked to says that women hold all the power, and [they claim] that power comes from between our legs. But my experiences and observations tell me that is totally untrue. If that’s the case, many of the situations I’ve lived through wouldn’t have ended the way they did. So either it really ain’t that powerful, or I’m maybe not that good…hmmmmm I once saw a quote on Twitter that summed upRead More
Ladies, have you discounted your pum pum? This video illustrates The Economics of Sex. See, as humans we all want sex. But as women, we are given the power to choose who we decide to give our bodies to and the value of that exchange. For some women a few drinks is the cost. For other, the cost is marriage. Where have you set your price?