21
Dec


Whether they’ve been asking questions or not, it’s time to talk with your kids about sexuality. That means talking about gender, reproduction, bodies, feelings, changes, and, of course, sex — with self or with a partner.

Regardless of their age, they’re ready. Are you?

When talking to your kids about sexuality, your goal should be far more ambitious than preventing premarital sex or pregnancy. Besides, it will be more difficult to get those messages across without first establishing values and ongoing communication.

Talking to your kids about sexuality prepares them for future relationships, and arms them with accurate information. It also allows you to help shape their sexual values and decision-making, encouraging them to think clearly about sexuality.

It’s not always easy, but it’s always worth it. Here are four ways to approach your kids about sex:

  1. Show you’re askable.
  2. Never punish them for asking questions. It’s fine to say, “I don’t know” or “That’s personal, I don’t like talking about that.” But angrily demanding, “Why do you want to know?” or declaring: “Only a bad girl asks questions like that,” sends a message that sexual concerns are unacceptable to you.

  3. Teach that sex is OK.
  4. Teaching kids to fear sex or its consequences creates adults who fear sex or its consequences. Besides, instilling guilt and shame in kids doesn’t reliably discourage behavior you disapprove of. On the other hand, teaching young people to treat sex with respect, and that their bodies are precious, encourages them to behave responsibly.

  5. Teach values.
  6. Don’t hesitate to share the principles by which you live — kids want that. Just make sure that you label them as values rather than fact. Talk about what you believe or what makes you feel good. Of course, this requires that you talk about sex as a normal part of life, perhaps the most important message of all.

  7. Teach decision-making skills.
  8. Regardless of their age, what kids need most of all is decision-making skills. This is especially true when they’re dealing with peer pressure, feeling they’re in love or have been using alcohol. When you aren’t there to tell them what to do, they need to know how to make healthy choices for themselves.

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8
Apr


Here’s a video with simple instructions on how to find the female G Spot using your finger, and how to apply proper stimulation that can produce Gspot orgasms.

Watch this video demonstration on how to stimulate the G Spot:

Click Here to Learn More Ways to Give G Spot Orgasms

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2
Mar


Believe it or not, women can make mistakes when trying to locate their G-Spot.  We don’t know ourselves as well as we would sometimes like to believe.  Some of the following may appear to be obvious to you, but not everyone knows.

439909201d65629e996984ff7f81d759 Common G Spot Mistakes and Misconceptions

Common G-Spot Mistakes and Misconceptions

  • The G-Spot is not outside the vagina.  Contrary to what many believe, the G-Spot in on the inside wall of the vagina.
  • You do not have to press it really hard and fast.  As a rule of thumb the best way to stimulate the G-Spot is to go with what feels good.  If you are trying to stimulate someone else then be attentive to what they are feeling.
  • “Scientists” say that the G-Spot may not exist.  Well this is a load of old rubbish, and anyone who has actually stimulated their G-Spot will tell you this without a moment of hesitation.  Scientists are probably too busy with their test tubes and Bunsen burners to have any fun at all!
  • The G-Spot is not compulsory for all sexual relationships.  Don’t get hung up on the G-Spot, it isn’t the be all and end all of a successful relationship, and there are some people who can’t stimulate it as much as they can their clitoris.
  • You are not supposed to have multiple orgasms or ejaculate every time you orgasm with G-Spot stimulation.  This is entirely dependent on the person doing the stimulating, the person being stimulated, and indeed the general physical make up of the woman involved.

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