Tantra the Eastern secrets of sex

Tantra: the Eastern secrets of sex

In the 1960’s, the practice of Tantric sex became popular in some Western circles. But the spiritual aspects of Tantra were often lost on Western practitioners. Yet, like those who practice yoga for their body and come away with a heightened sense of spirituality, Tantra can help infuse both heat and meaning into your sex …

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The hidden organ of pleasure

The hidden organ of pleasure

Imagine a body organ that was created with no other purpose than to provide intense physical pleasure. Such an organ exists, every female has one, and it’s called the clitoris. The word “clitoris” is from the Greek word “kleitoris” meaning “hidden.” It is so named because it is a small (3/4 to 1.5 inches, or …

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A kiss is not just a kiss

A kiss is not just a kiss

A kiss is something you cannot give without taking and cannot take without giving. For many people, the kiss represents the first step in a romantic walk that leads to love, sex, marriage and a life together—though not every time, and not necessarily in that order. Still, kissing is an important and pleasurable component of …

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The world of sexual behavior

The world of sexual behavior

Sexual behavior might be called a “universal language;” it is something that every adult person—and animal—knows how to perform. From a strictly biological standpoint, sexual activity is the manifestation of our drive to reproduce. What may surprise you are the number of creative ways to insure that that drive is satisfied. In many cultures, sexual unions …

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Can your heart handle sex

Can your heart handle sex?

Love can cause heartache and even heart break. These are mere figures of speech, but what about people who have had a heart attack or heart surgery? Can someone with heart disease safely have sex? Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the developed world, according to Caroline Arnold in her book Heart Disease. …

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