Saturday, September 6, 2014


Is your choice of reading material affecting your sex life? Are you more Barbara Cartland than Belle de Jour? According to psychologist Susan Quilliam, romantic novels are to blame for a host of modern ills, including unprotected sex, unplanned pregnancies, unrealistic sexual expectations and relationship breakdowns. Writing in the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care, a publication one can safely assume has never had anything other than a chastening effect on a reader’s carnal appetites, she argues that “what we see in our consulting rooms is more likely to be informed by Mills & Boon than by the Family Planning Association”.
Apparently, the bodice-ripping template of endangered heroine plus rescuing hero followed by perfect consummation is distorting readers’ ideas of what they can expect from real-life relationships. “We want women to be aware of their own desires rather than be ‘awakened’,” Quilliam writes. “We aim to reassure our female clients that their first time may not be utterly joyful.” She also warns against resorting to “relentless babymaking as proof of a relationship’s strength”.
So tell us the truth: does reading Danielle Steel make you less likely to use a condom? Do you live in a romantic fantasy world, or pride yourself in distinguishing fiction from reality? And, if your love life were to resemble a novel, which one would it be?
Men rarely divulge their secret desires to thewomen in their lives and though everyone has different needs and desires there are some moves and attitudes that most men want. Read on to find out what they are and then give him the time of his life!
Give some subtle suggestions
For men (even though he’s known you for a while now) a woman’s libidinous longings are not always easy to decipher. If you drop some hints about what all you want and guide him along, he will love you for it.
Trust us, the man who really loves you would love to please you in every way possible. So, talk to him and tell him if he’s doing just what you wanted or if you want him to continue with something a little longer.
Bowl him over with a wild move
Do something unexpected and wild when you both are at it. Something erotic that he will not be able to forget soon. Make your session stand out by coming up with signature moves. Work on pleasuring him in different ways.
Offer the spice of variety
Change in speed, positions and pressure can really make the entire experience very different. Whether it is the foreplay or the actual act, if there is variety he will never really know what to expect and therefore it will help a great deal in revving up his senses.
Turn it on yourself
Since women take time to get turned on, men love women who can take that responsibility off them so that he can actually get to work. Though your man may love to do all that he needs to in order to get you aroused but he would definitely like it if you were already half-way there. Somehow the fact that you are already in an aroused state is a huge thing for him.
Spring a surprise
For men it is a massive ego boost to know that you want him too. Surprising him with a spontaneous seduction act can really win him. He will not be likely to forget it in a hurry.
Don’t be scared to be naughty
Don’t hold back when you are with your guy. Yes, we know that you have this ‘good-girl’ image that you hold sacred. Men like to see this other side of you when you are not scared to break his ‘good-girl’ image of you. They will never cause offense by actually asking you to do it. Just show him that you are really into him and want him as much as he wants you.
Give him an eyeful
Leaving something on your body, for him to remove can be very arousing. When you are at it just make sure you are near a mirror so that you can see yourselves in action. It can be hot.
Get rough
Yes, he wants it rough at times and he would love it if you let him know that you want it too. Bring out the beast in him and tell him you are having the time of your life.readmore
Increases levels of Oestrogen and testosterone 
In men, the hormone testosterone is what makes them more passionate in the sack. Not only will it make you feel way better in bed, but it also improves your muscles and bones, keeps your heart healthy and keeps a check on your cholesterol. In women, on the other hand, the hormone oestrogen protects them against heart disease and also determines a woman's body scent. 

If memory serves, it was some cool, pre-Tea Party pundit named William Shakespeare who once wrote, "Heat not a furnace for your foe so hot that it do singe yourself." With all the heat currently being felt in Washington -- and in so many places around the country -- let's all look out for ourselves and even for each other. Please stay cool as possible, America.
I asked my red hot Twitter followers of all political persuasions at @wildaboutmusic for their cool suggestions, and here's the playlist that we all came up with together. As always, please add your own cool ideas below.
TOO DARN HOT - Ella Fitzgerald HOTTER THAN HELL - Kiss TOO HOT - The Specials HOT FUN IN THE SUMMERTIME - Sly & The Family Stone HOT AS SUN - Paul McCartney RED HOT - Robert Gordon SOMETHIN' HOT - Afghan Whigs SUMMERTIME BLUES - The Who DROP IT LIKE IT'S HOT - Snoop Dogg WATER - Brad Paisley LONG HOT SUMMER - Keith Urban HOT SUMMER NIGHT - Grace Potter & The Nocturnals HOT CHILD IN THE CITY - Nick Gilder IN MY ROOM - Beach Boys SUMMER IN THE CITY - Lovin' Spoonful HOT FOR TEACHER - Van Halen HOT YOU'RE COOL - General Public HOT STUFF - Donna Summer SUMMER BREEZE - Seals & Croft HOT, HOT, HOT - Buster Pointexter I'M REALLY HOT - Missy Elliot TOO HOT - Coolio SHE WAS HOT - The Rolling Stones COOL IT NOW - New Edition
Men talk and think a lot about sex while womendesire it more often. We explore the reasons... 

'Men think, while women desire.' Gone are the days when 'demanding sex' was considered exclusively a man's forte. Today women demand sex greater than men. And they have no qualms about getting vocal about it. "I read these funny E-mail forwards that stress on men begging for sex and women denying it. It sounds so funny to me. It's totally the opposite in my case. While men can have a good laugh over it believing that this notion exists, I literally have to seduce my husband to get him hooked on to the act," quips production assistant Megha Mehra. And she is not alone. Many girls/women had a similar story.

We spoke to women from different backgrounds to figure out what is making them addicted to sex.

It's physically pleasurable 
Amongst all the other reasons to remain glued to sex, this is the most prominent one. Good sex satisfies your physical urge, which is very normal for anyone to experience. Psychologist Seema Naina opines, "Sex is the most basic need of any person. And I am increasingly getting cases where women are complaining that men are unable to satisfy their physical needs."

Creates positive feelings about oneself 
Ideally, great sex means you are enjoying the sexual act and participating equally. It makes you feel good about yourself, thus adding to your self esteem. Shares housewife Neelam Nehra, "When my husband comes back from a whole day at work and we have our sack session, it increases my self esteem. The very feeling that I am able to satisfy him is a great pleasure. And since I never want to go out of shape to look unappealing to my husband (and other men), it even acts as a motivation to work out and feel desirable." Wondering why?

"Sex has healing powers. It generates positive emotions and makes one feel more confident. When a woman sees her man passionate in the act, admiring her body and moves, it infuses a lot of good feelings within her," opines psychologist Sunaina Bajaj.

Brings them closer to their man 
Physical intimacy releases hormone Oxytocin, which is also known as the love hormone. Agreesrelationship expert Vandana Mitra, "I have always maintained that couples should never take sex casually. It's a very important ingredient for any relationship to sustain. It helps couples to nurture the relationship and strengthen the bond." So whoever said having more sex with your partner means lesser cases of infidelity, made sense.

Content developer Prachi Sinha states, "I feel a major connect with my boyfriend after we make love. I just feel like being close to him. My faith in him and our relationship grows stronger." Prachi's boyfriend agrees, "When she told me about the 7 days a week sex, I initially could not stop laughing. I mean, this is not the only thing we have to do. But honestly it has got us closer. I just can't take my eyes off her even when we are moving in a crowd."

Negates unwanted emotions/ Stress-reliever 
Sex is not just a physical sensation but it's comforting and relaxing. Call centre executive Neetu Sharma shares her experience, "Whenever I have a bad day at work, sex really helps me unwind. It totally takes the stress out of my mind and makes me feel relaxed and rejuvenated." Psychologist Reena Kapur explains why. "Sex involves a lot of deep breathing and touching and the hormones that are released during the act calm you down."

Great form of exercise 
Thirty minutes of sex burns more than 85 calories. We have read it almost everywhere that sex helps in burning calories. Confirms fitness consultant Stuti Batra, "While I do not suggest giving up work outs, doubling up the session makes you drop more weight." While this is the most deadly mix, many girls are seriously taking to it. "It may sound a little funny, but while making love I prefer to play the dominant role. It helps me burn greater calories, leaving my guy in ecstasy," says Payal Verma.

Invokes passion
"Sometimes I feel like a pervert, because I find myself always thinking about my boyfriend, and what we did the night before. It gives me a kick and makes me crave for our next sack session. He thinks I am crazy, but it really happens to me," shares call centre executive Richa Sharma.

"It is completely normal to fantasise about sex. But I have heard it can freak a guy out- we men are still adapting to the concept of women demanding sex more than us. But we love that passion," admits psychologist Prateek.

Traditional marriage (that is, a union between a man and a woman till death do they part) seems to be the subject of a tug of war recently. Same-sex couples around the world are demanding the right to marry. Heterosexual couples, who 10 or 20 years ago would have "had" to marry, are choosing to tie the knot later in life or not at all.
There seems to be a nuptial tectonic plate shift occurring. The only conclusion I can make of this trend is that the way society has viewed marriage for decades is no longer the definitive paradigm. After experiencing all the messy divorces first- or second-hand, the coming-of-age generations (Gen Xers and Yers) have decided to take matters into their own hands and break out of the "one-size-fits-all" mold that we know as traditional marriage.
According to American Demographics Magazine and the 2009 Census, we are now seeing that single heads of household and single women adopting children are among the fastest growing demographics in our country.
Greater numbers of couples are having children out of wedlock, living together, separating and never divorcing, marrying later, choosing same-sex marriages and open marriages. Many more people are marrying more than once. The societal "shoulds" seem to be losing their grip on us.
A 2010 Pew Study revealed that nearly one in four people under the age of 30 believe that marriage is headed for extinction. This same study showed that 80 percent of those surveyed believed there to be wider parameters around what defines a family than the husband, wife and 2.5 kids -- it can be single fathers or mothers with children, unmarried couples with children and married couples without children; it includes gay and straight couples as well.
While I don't think traditional marriage will (or should) go away completely, I do believe we need to take a serious look at adding other options that fit more with the lifestyles we have evolved into.
In 2002, Pamela Paul wrote a groundbreaking book that presented the novel idea of having what she called, a "starter marriage." This legal union would be a first marriage for couples in their 20s or early 30s who know they would not have children and who did not necessarily expect the nuptials to last a lifetime. Much like a learner's permit for driving, a starter marriage would be a way for young people to "play house" without risking their entire lives.
The book did not make much of an impact in our social norms. Nearly a decade later, most people have never heard of a starter marriage. More mainstream terms include domestic partnership, common law marriage and civil unions.
Many states in the U.S. have implemented some type of civil union to accommodate same-sex couples, but the federal government does not recognize these as legitimate marriages. Additionally, under the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, other states are not required to recognize the informal unions.
Vermont was the first to enact a law recognizing civil unions in 2000. Then Massachusetts and Connecticut. New Jersey followed suit a few years later, then New Hampshire in 2007 and Illinois in 2010.
California, Washington, Oregon, Maine and Washington, D.C. provide straight and gay couples with domestic partnership rights. This all appears to be movement in the right direction.
But let's take a look at what occurred in France when they decided to add a less formal option of marriage. In 1999, marital laws were amended to include a legal civil union (called PACS -- pacte civil de solidarité) as an alternative to traditional marriage. Like the others that states in the U.S. named earlier, PACS was created to accommodate gays who were fighting for equal marriage rights throughout the country.
Just over a decade later, France has surprising statistics: For every three marriages among straight couples, there are two civil unions. More and more French couples are opting for this less restrictive option -- this includes those who are not sure they are ready for a lifelong commitment, those who have already been married and don't want to go down that road again and there are those who are younger and don't believe in the ideology of traditional marriage (many of these young people have parents who are divorced).
Unlike conventional marriage with long, drawn out divorce proceedings, all it takes to end a civil union is a registered letter.
In 2010, a couple in Austria made headlines by demanding the right to a civil union that had previously been available only to same-sex couples. Helga Ratzenboeck and Martin Seydl stated that they didn't want a traditional marriage and insisted that the law allowing gays to have a "registered partnership" should apply to them as well and be blind to gender and sexuality.
Believe it or not, this option is actually similar to the way couples married and divorced in Greco-Roman times. The Greeks and Romans had several levels of marriage ranging from the very informal (a couple who cohabited for a year and a day was considered married) to the very formal (requiring witnesses and a vow-exchanging ceremony).
If we added a less formal civil union as a viable alternative to anyone wanting to be legally recognized as family, I believe it would actually strengthen the institution of marriage and that it would reduce the numbers of divorces in this country.
With traditional marriage as the only existing legal option for couples to enjoy financial benefits such as tax breaks and insurance coverage, people who are not be motivated by the lifelong commitment may opt to marry knowing they can divorce if or when the marriage stops being viable.

While I realize there is no quick fix or any alternative solution that wouldn't then cause a new set of problems, I think it's worth exploring the possibilities.

UMNO Booze and ladies, all you need in life.

Here is his wife not to be confuse with his mistress enjoying a cold one too. She look totally wasted but she seem to be hotter than his mistress.
Everywhere you go now, the topic of conversation soon turns to an impending event in Delhi.Should women in Delhi, people ask, do a Slut Walk? Are they doing it just because women in Canada did so?
Before one looks for an answer to that question, here are some startling facts: ever since the first Slut Walk in Toronto on 3rd April this year, similar walks have taken place in cities like Chicago, Edinburgh, Sao Paulo, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, London, Sydney, Brasilia.. Not just that: Slut walks have been planned in the near future in disparate places Lisbon, Wellington, Auckland, Morelia, Seoul, Curitiba, Helsinki, Munich, Dublin …Obviously, something about that first march struck a chord with women all around the worldREADMORE

Monday, June 20, 2011

World's Most Dangerous Women Katrina Kaif sister Isabelle Kaif caught on leaked sex video : lesbians in wedlock 'Obedient Wives Club'

There were no howls of outrage or attempts at disruption but only good-natured curiosity and non-stop traditional music as American psychologist Courtney Mitchell tied the knot with fellow American Sarah Welton, a lawyer by profession, inKathmandu valley's celebrated Dakshinkali temple on Monday, making it Asia's first public lesbian wedding and an additional feather in the cap of Sunil Babu Pant, Nepal's only openly gay legislator.

"Is it a real wedding or are they shooting a film?" asked a perplexed Mahamaya Shrestha, who had come from Baneshwor to offer puja at the temple but flocked to the wedding drawn by the sight of the cameras, traditional musicians piping away and Nepal's third genders adding a touch of colour in their richly embroidered saris.

Here are the screen shots:

Here is a stunning homemade sex tape of a hot chick who people are saying is Isabel Kaif. And she does look a lot like the sister of famous and super beautiful Bollywood actress/modelKatrina Kaif. In the video she is clearly seen having sexual relations with an unknown man for over 10 minutes. But others say it is probably a lookalike of Isabel Kaif, younger sibling of Bollywood superstar Katrina Kaif. This video came out from UK some time ago. People are now saying that this is Isabel Kaif who recently became known for her upcoming Bollywood movies. Reportedly some people realized her from this home made sex video that began to circulated on the Internet December 2008 under the heading "Katrina's Sis Isabel Kaif sex scandal."

Katrina Kaif has been grooming her younger sister Isabel Kaif for the showbiz life in India and wanted to ensure that her younger sis Isabel gets a grand launch. But certainly not this grand with what is Bollywoods first A-list sex tape. A close friend of Kaif sisters has revealed that elder sister is sharing her experiences and is guiding what to do and what not to right from diet to workout to outfits to parties etc. In Apirl 2008 everyone in Bollywood was asking who was Isabel and by December rumors of a sex video was circulating.

Courtney, 41, had lived in Nepal for six years, first as a Peace Corps volunteer and then working with the UN's World Food Programme. Pant said he met her at a "3D" party – Diwali, Disco and Drag – in 2001 when Blue Diamond Society, the gay rights organisation founded by him, was still at a nascent stage. She helped him with some of the documentation and when she left Nepal in 2003, she gifted all her furniture to the struggling NGO.

"I always thought I would return to Nepal," Courtney said on Monday, dressed to kill in the rich Nepali daura-suruwal and topi worn by Nepali grooms. "However, I had never thought in this way." The couple, who knew their wedding had generated some interest in the once conservative Hindu kingdom, also said they were overwhelmed by the intensity of it.

Upendra Lamicchane, the 25-year-old Brahmin priest chosen to marry the couple, took it in his stride despite it being his first same sex marriage. Last year, Pant andBlue Diamond Society had hosted a temple gay wedding for British citizen Sanjay Shah and his Indian partner, who did not want to be named. Prior to that, an eloping pair of teenaged girls from Kolkata had arrived at the Society's office in Kathmandu, asking Pant to marry them but were advised by him to return home and complete their studies first.

Pant being an MP currently involved in drafting a new constitution for Nepal, the wedding ceremony was full of political banter. When the transgenders attending the wedding hid the groom's slippers, Pant haggled with them, refusing to pay the NRS 1000 they were demanding. "First you agreed on NRS 900," he told them with mock severity. "Now you are seeking more. It's just like the agreements between (Maoist chief) Prachanda, (prime minister) Jhala Nath (Khanal) and (opposition leader) Sushil (Koirala)."

Not to be outdone, his adversaries shot back, saying, "You lawmakers have increased the time for writing the constitution by three months. So why not increase the money too?"

With the lesbian wedding, Pant's Pink Mountain Travels and Tours kicks off its wedding packages for same sex partners, promoting Nepal as an adventure and cultural destination for the community. Though the newly-weds had to call off their elephant ride in the afternoon as the zoo said the hired tusker had fallen ill, they will however spend their honeymoon trekking in the Shivapuri forested area on the outskirts of Kathmandu valley before heading for Nagarkot.

Courtney, whose contract with her university in Denver ends in a year, says she would like to come back to Nepal with Sarah and Stella – the nine and a half month old daughter they have adopted – to work related to refugees, human rights and research. Their marriage is not recognised inColorado but they are hoping the US would follow Nepal's example one day.

"It was wonderful to see foreigners coming out of the closet and openly marring in Nepal,' said a wistful Kali Chaudhary, a 32-yea-old who comesfrom the conservative Terai plains in the south. "I can't disclose my true identity to my family for fear they will throw me out. I wish a day would come when such openness is possible in Nepal's villages as well."

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A new club in Indonesia that encourages women to be totally obedient to their husbands and focus on keeping them sexually satisfied has generated an outcry from some activists.
The Indonesian branch of the Obedient Wives Club, launched early this month in Malaysia, claims to have about 300 members in several cities. Group leader Gina Puspita said the club would offer its members a package of teachings including how to treat their husbands in bed. "A wife has to be 100 percent obedient to her husband in all aspects, especially in sexual treatment," she said.
About 50 women and their husbands attended the Saturday launching of the Indonesian branch of the club at a restaurant in southern Jakarta.

Sex Video After the Screen Shots:

The club was founded by the conservative Islamic group Global Ikhwan in Malaysia, where hundreds of women are members. Organizers claim they can cure social ills such as prostitution and divorce by teaching women to be submissive and to keep their men happy in the bedroom.
Husein Muhammad, a commissioner of KOMNAS Perempuan, an Indonesia commission on women's rights, said "such a club is needless" and would not get support in the country.
"The obedience should be from both sides – husband and wife," Muhammad said Sunday. "Such a club just places women as subordinates, and a marginal group."

Indonesia's government guarantees equal rights and opportunities for men and women, though some Indonesians are dissatisfied with discriminative bylaws imposed by local governments promoting strict moral values.
Ellin Rozana of the Women's Institute sees the club as a wrongheaded effort to fight prostitution, which she said is caused more by poverty than by husbands' unfulfilled desires. "Such a club is backward in emancipation and respect of women's rights," she said.
However, Makruf Amin, of the influential Indonesian Cleric Council, said he saw no problem with the club as long as it does not violate principles of Islam.
"As long as it just wants to teach good things to the wives, that is OK," he said.
In 2009, the same group behind the Obedient Wives Club set up a branch of the Polygamy Club in Indonesia, which also upset women's groups and religious leaders in the world's most populous Muslim nation.
Afghanistan has the dubious distinction of being named the world's most dangerous country for women by an international poll of 213 gender experts from five continents.
According to a survey conducted by TrustLaw, a legal news service run by the Thomson-Reuters Foundation, Afghanistan took the top spot in light of the nation's dismal healthcare, brutal poverty and high levels of violence against women. "Ongoing conflict, Nato airstrikes and cultural practices combined make Afghanistan a very dangerous place for women," Antonella Notari, head of Women Change Makers, a group that supports women social entrepreneurs around the world, told the BBC. "In addition, women who do attempt to speak out or take on public roles that challenge ingrained gender stereotypes of what is acceptable for women to do or not, such as working as policewomen or news broadcasters, are often intimidated or killed," she added.
Still, some authorities were surprised by the poll's findings -- among them Maryan Qasim, exiled women's minister of Somalia, which came in fifth. "If I was asked where is the most dangerous place to be a woman, I would have said with certainty Somalia," she isquotedby Reuters as saying, before going on to describe her nation as "living hell" for women.
View the world's most dangerous countries for women, including facts about each nation as reported by TrustLaw, below:

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