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If He Loved You, He Wouldn’t Ask You To….10 Things You Should Never Do For a Man

December 23rd, 2012 - By Brooke Dean
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For some women, there is nothing they wouldn’t do for their man. Although love should be unconditional, many women feel the need to prove their love to a man, even if it means compromising their beliefs, safety or even their freedom to show them what a “down A$$ chick” they are. However, a man who truly loves you will never ask you to do anything you’re uncomfortable doing in order to prove your love to him.  Your love and devotion should simply be enough, and couples who share true love will never have to prove anything to each other. However, if your man begins a sentence with, “If you loved me, you’d…,” run because most likely, nothing good can come of it. Showing your love shouldn’t be shameful, painful, humiliating or illegal, and while you may think you’re assuaging his insecurities, you’re actually just allowing him to manipulate you. Think there is no limit to showing him how far you’ll go to prove your love? Think again. Here are 10 things no woman should do for a man, simply because he asks her to.

How To Have A Successful Threesome In A Relationship

September 18th, 2012 - By Julia Austin
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It’s not for everyone. In some cases it can destroy a relationship. In many cases, if it happened, it was a sign that the relationship was already doomed. But for some couples, in some situations, just a little spice can bring them back that feeling of being excited to be in the same room, of feeling attractive and attracted to one another again, and  feeling adventurous: and that spice can come in the form of a threesome. Here’s how to pull it off and get all the benefits, and none of the downfalls.

What Your Sexual Fantasies Say About You

March 24th, 2011 - By Dr. Phoenyx Austin
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Let me ask you ladies a few questions- do you have sexual fantasies? Now before you say something like- “No, Dr. Phoenyx. I don’t fantasize. Especially not those really hot, kinky, dirty kind of fantasies” – let me first assure you that sexual fantasies are nothing to be ashamed of. Sexual fantasies are a natural way to escape reality, satisfy curiosity and relieve anxiety.  It’s all perfectly healthy. And we’ve all had sexual fantasies.

Furthermore, sexual fantasies can even enable us to enhance our sexual experiences. How? Well, many people think sexual arousal and orgasm is about genital stimulation- but they’re wrong. Do you know what your most powerful sex organ is? It’s your brain. That’s right ladies. Your brain is your most powerful means of getting off.

Now with that being stated, have you ever wondered what your fantasies mean, or what they say about you? Ever had a hot lesbian fantasy and then started to wonder whether it meant you were interested in batting for the other team? If you’ve ever had a sexual fantasy and wondered what it meant in regards to your sexual orientation or degree of freakiness, then you should definitely read on.

Overall, in women, sexual fantasies have been shown to be associated with higher sexual desire and sexual satisfaction. Sexual fantasies are, and should be, part of a healthy sex life. It’s nothing to worry about or be ashamed of. So go ahead ladies and let your imaginations run wild! Remember- a dirty mind is a terrible thing to waste   ;)

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Clarence Thomas and his Freaky Ways

March 9th, 2011 - By Veronica Wells
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I think it’s pretty fair to say that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ name is associated with about as much scandal and drama as it is law and the interpretation of the Constitution. And here’s just a little bit more foolishness to add to his tarnished reputation.

Lillian McEwen, an alleged former lover of Thomas’, wrote a tell-all book describing the nature of their relationship, including their sex life. While we’re certainly disturbed by the thought of Clarence under the covers, there’s also a level of curiosity. Good thing, because this little tidbit is juicy. According to McEwen, Thomas liked to engage in group sex before his justice days.

McEwen described Clarence’s body as  “coffee-bean … velvet-covered cement” which he shared in ménages à trois and in a voyeuristic pleasure palace”

Hmm…ok.

It’s just a little hypocritical, considering Thomas is so vehemently opposed to gay sex and polygamy. But then again, Thomas isn’t exactly a beacon of morality.

If you stand anymore, you can read the rest of the McEwen’s interview with the AFRO newspaper, here.

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