This is a mutually beneficial relationship; instructors often use a petting-a-kitty metaphor (pun fully intended) to describe the giver's experience.As in, when you stroke a soft, furry cat, it's relaxing for both parties.Men (or practicing female partners) who regularly OM become more attuned to the female body, connected to their partners, and confident in bed.I'm always pushing my straight, single guy friends to learn because not only do men who OM become sexual ninjas, it's a great way to meet cool women.Most people start OM'ing for one of two reasons: either they have sexual hang-ups and need some healing, or they're just curious, adventurous people looking to expand their horizons.
OM is also a game-changer for women who are way more comfortable giving pleasure than receiving it.
All our college girls are 18 yet they are all so very naughty. College girls are so innocent, yet naturally inquisitive, and they are tight where it matters.
The video connection was lagging at best and the design and features…well let’s just say the idea behind it was great, everything else…not so much.… continue reading »
How liberating this is may not even hit you yet, but it will. In fact, the more you ignore them and just go about your business, the better off you are. Ok, so you’ve adjusted to the fact that most people in the world are barely aware of your existence, and you’re also conscious of the fact that those who don’t like you are in the obscenely small minority and don’t actually matter. Next you need to realize that the people who do care about you, and no one else, are those you need to focus on. Once we’re in one (with family, a spouse, whatever), we promptly begin to take the other person for granted and move on to impressing strangers instead– say, our boss. (That’s actually every Stephen King book– “there’s a clown, but it kills! ” etc.)I suspect this book is a metaphor for war, but it also captures perseverance very well. It has been slowly constructed by society at large and by your friends and family, and it checks you for unacceptable behaviour. Nobody cared, and it slowly dawned on me that even if people did look at me weird, they just walked by. Notice how society, like an ocean, smoothes over the waves you make, until what you do gets eliminated, or becomes the status quo. I’ve been given a few harsh lessons in my time and come away realizing that the freedom that comes from talking about an uncomfortable truth is better than the comfort of avoiding that talk altogether. This video was taken in 1970, right when the Front de Libération du Québec had killed Premier Pierre Laporte and put his body in the trunk of a car. You don’t need to be an asshole, but the world does not need another conflict-avoidant, evasive person. … continue reading »