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Temptation, Sex & Morals 1

My girlfriend and I were dating for a few years before we decided to get married. Everyone was helpful and supportive of us. She was a dream!


There was only one thing bothering me, very much. That one thing was her younger sister. My prospective sister-in-law was twenty years of age, wore tight mini-skirts and low-cut blouses. She would regularly bend down near me, “is she flirting with me?” It seemed deliberate.


One day she called me to come over to discuss wedding details. She was alone when I arrived. She whispered to me that soon I would be married, and she had desires and fantasies of us together, which she could no longer resist and wished to fulfil. She told to make love just once before committing myself to her sister, we would never speak of it again after that. I was shocked frozen, as I watched her walk upstairs. When she reached the top, she took off her panties and threw them downstairs, like “come play.”


I stood there for a moment, then turned to the front door immediately! I opened the door and walked out toward my car. My fiancé was there waiting for me, she gave me a hug and said, “I am so happy you passed my little test. I couldn’t ask for a better man to marry.”


The moral of the story is:

Always keep your condoms in the car!


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Is Love an Art, or is it a Pleasant Sensation? 0

Today, the majority of people would probably believe that love is an experience we ‘fall into,’ if we are lucky. We yearn for it; we watch endless movies about love stories; we listen to thousands of songs about love---yet hardly anyone thinks there is anything that needs to be learned about love. Knowing something and understanding (embodying) it, are two very different things. We can know what love is from a definition found in any dictionary, yet not truly understand it until we experience it. Then words become meaningless, we are left speechless!


“Most people see problem of love primarily as that of being loved, rather than that of loving… hence the problem to them is how to be loved,” (Erich Fromm).


We pursue this aim through becoming successful, powerful and rich, or making oneself attractive, physically and/or sexually.


However, these achievements are merely skin deep, material. Whether alone, or together they cannot equal to the sum of love.


If love is an art, then it requires knowledge, practice and effort. What are the necessary steps to learning any art? They can be conveniently divided into two parts: mastery of the theory, and mastery of the practice. When you learn all the theoretical knowledge in any field, you become a master only after a great deal of practice.


Where to begin?


The beginning must be with yourself. We often put more importance in how other people think, feel, or their attitude toward us, that we lose ourselves in their perception of us. All these years of education and no-one ever taught us why it’s so important to love ourselves. If we do not love ourselves then we are just hiring someone else to do it for us. We have become more in love with the idea of love, that we are willing to sacrifice everything that makes us unique to avoid being alone.


Let’s say you love 30% of yourself, then someone comes along and loves 40% of you; you think: “oh wow they love me so much;” it’s literally less than half. But if you love yourself 100%, then they must go above and beyond the call of duty to give you that which you are worthy of, take nothing less.


I searched for love and found only myself.

I searched for myself and found only love.


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Let’s talk about sex baby, let’s talk about you and me… 0

Society, advertising and Hollywood have each played a role in influencing our perception that a woman’s body is for “everyone else.” That is gives pleasure to husbands, lovers and partners. That a woman’s body is for others to objectify, consume or comment upon. That it is “for sale.”


But that is not what is being said here!

A woman’s body is her own to do with as she pleases; to touch it, love it, feel comfortable within it. It will be hers before it is ever anyone else’s, and should she ever let someone love it, they will know they’re on her land.


How would you navigate on land you’ve never visited? You would need a damn good map, or a trustworthy guide.

Our service is more than toys and lingerie, for sexual satisfaction. Sex without meaning will only bridge a gap momentarily. We want you to connect with your partner like never before, and together reach a new level, neither one could reach on their own.


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Our Biggest Communication Problem Is That We Don’t Listen To Understand. We Listen To Reply. 0

It’s difficult for a woman to openly discuss her sexual desires, needs, wants and pleasures. Society has drummed into her from a young age that sexual expression is taboo, or that she will be labelled promiscuous, whore, slut. Whilst men are labelled the Don Juan’s, Casanova, or some hero figure to match up to his sexual “prowess.”


We have all been guilty of not communicating with each other deeply, meaningfully and truthfully. We rarely venture into the deep, for fear of judgement and ridicule, so we remain on the surface, never really letting anyone know us, or what we like, what feels good, a little bit to the left, and a little bit to the right. But if we want change, we have to be willing to openly discuss it with our partner.


‘Deliver the least amount of information you possibly can… specify the routine that you want transformed, at the highest possible level of resolution, and you want to recommend the minimal necessary change that will satisfy you (Jordan Peterson M.D.).’




This idea, that because we’re in love with one another, we ought to just know what the other person wants, is not helpful. Why? Because we don’t always know what would make us happy, let alone what would make the other person happy. So, let’s get uncomfortable and have the discussion. Do you know what’s sexy? A real conversation!


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