The DOs and DON’ts of Sex in 2012

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For one, it can provide the one giving the blow job with an sexually empowered sense of control and with specialized techniques, there are infinite possibilities to be creative and provide amazing pleasure. Particularly when performed with enthusiasm it can not only be incredible to the receiver but to the one providing it as well even if the techniques are not there. Combine them and you will be on your way to being a fantastic lover.

If you approach this as something that disgusts you, or even a chore then in my opinion, you shouldn't bother doing it. No matter how many cool tips you know, you will never give really good head with out desire driving it. Sex should be fun and exciting to each partner no matter what you are doing.

Several women I know have told me that they will exchange favors with their husband when he desires fellatio. For example, one friend told me that her husband will do the dishes for a week just to get a blow job. I have to say that if that is the kinda of sex life you have... you are missing out on some serious passion. But do not panic, no matter where you are in your relationship you can change it for the better.

http://www.holisticwisdom.com/blow-job.htm
 
Just spent half an hr in the pool and don't care anymore. LOL
But thank you for the link. I don't think it has anything to do with men doing dishes or cleaning floors and getting 'paid' with sex, or anything that you were talking about, but it did look interesting.
 
Don'ts of sex in 2012 (or any other time)
Don't donkey punch...
DOs of sex in 2012 (I've heard for any time)
Do get blood wings... Whatever that means. "Max" best have told me something correct...
And I'm not mentioning those to my wife.
 
DOs of sex in 2012 (I've heard for any time)
Do get blood wings... Whatever that means.

Umm, I'm not sure who told ya this was a "DO", but I wouldn't go there.:eek:

We all have different "interests", but...NO.
 
Don'ts of sex in 2012 (or any other time)
Don't donkey punch...

For anybody who wants to know what a donkey punch is do a search on it for images. I thought about posting one, but NO. It's a close call that someone else can make if they want.:D
 
Donkey punch is a slang term for a fictitious sexual practice..............In fact, there is no reflex in humans that would cause such tensing in response to a blow on the head, although striking a partner on the back of the neck or head could cause severe, even lethal injury.

Jeopardy

The term received extensive coverage online after it was mistakenly given as an answer on the January 16, 2012 broadcast of the game show Jeopardy!. The prompt was "A blow to the back of the neck is the punch named for this animal"; the correct answer was rabbit punch, a dangerous boxing move. A young male contestant named Mike was first to answer with the guess "what is a donkey?". The subsequent contestant gave the correct answer.[12] A clip of the scene became a viral video.[13]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donkey_punch
 
Interesting scheherazade. You have enlightened us all.
 
. . . . if your still getting to know your partner after 32 years your doing something wrong.
If your partner is a woman you never stop getting to know her, because she never stops changing.
when did you get married?
Oh come on, Orly, you don't live in Afghanistan. You know that a significant percentage of American households are domestic partnerships. The percentage is much higher in countries that are doing a better job of shedding Christianity than we are. Australia and Denmark probably have the highest.

Of course they also do domestic partnerships better than we do. Theirs are more durable. A sizable number of European children are raised from birth to adulthood by unmarried parents who stay together.

The U.S. may soon have the distinction that our marriages don't last as long as domestic partnerships in France and Germany.

If you want to insist that a domestic partnership is qualitatively different from a marriage, I'm not going to start that argument here. But living in a monogamous, committed relationship, sharing the household responsibilities, and making long-term plans for the future is certainly not "dating."

It's amusing that marriage wasn't even a sacrament in Christianity until the 12th century. But now it's the Christians who accuse people who haven't had that sacrament of "living in sin."
 
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The best foreplay in my house involves my husband sweeping/mopping floors or washing dishes. I show my appreciation every time

So if he did not sweep/mop the floor, but only washed dishes, some of them...no "appreciation"?

I guess my question is this "how much should a man go out of their way to deserve her's appreciation?" I know there is a line of kiss-assing...or maybe thats just a masculine way of thinking.
 
You keep your "partner" ideas, but your not really married, till you say vows. With the justice of the peace, or "preacher". an exchange rings. An I am very happy to say I'm married. Not "partnered"...
 
FR your comment about marriage vs defacto is interesting. My uncles marriage lasted 18 months his defacto relationship has so far lasted 20 or so years, guess which women out auntie is:p

My brother is about to get divorced, his marriage lasted about 4 years, PB and I are still together happily.

What does a piece of paper really matter?
 
....Oh come on, Orly, you don't live in Afghanistan. ...

I thought they had gotten married FR

ejderha dude we have been defacto for 6 years, she wanted to get married so we are and even though i have always been skeptical of the idea when partner entiles the same rights and responcabilities under Australian law (so why pay money to get married) im starting to like the idea. Its nice calling her my Fiancé instead of just my partner. Strange but nice:)
 
So if he did not sweep/mop the floor, but only washed dishes, some of them...no "appreciation"?

I guess my question is this "how much should a man go out of their way to deserve her's appreciation?" I know there is a line of kiss-assing...or maybe thats just a masculine way of thinking.

I don't see it as him going 'out of his way' :bugeye: (he lives there too ya know) I see it as him showing appreciation and then me showing appreciation.
 
If it doesn't matter one way or the other, why not get married?? :shrug:

Simple, it costs money when we have more important priorities. Question for YOU, why does our being married or not matter more to YOU than it does to my partner?
 
I guess my question is this "how much should a man go out of their way to deserve her's appreciation?" I know there is a line of kiss-assing...or maybe thats just a masculine way of thinking.
Is cleaning up after yourself "going out of your way"?
 
Is cleaning up after yourself "going out of your way"?

Yes it is, but going out of your way is a personal and social responsibility of being human and gaining the benefits of living in a society.

And as Orly says being considerate and appreciative to your mate is a very good way to set the stage for a very good time later, for all concerned. Much also depends on how they split the home duties. If the man is the bread winner and comes home after a hard day at work. She might consider that as showing appreciation enough, however if she's had to take care of a home with small children, it most likely will not be enough. Every couple has to be willing to reassess their commitments as they go, or face problems they would rather not have.
 
Or one cleans some things better than the other. Like I do good cleaning bathrooms even though I don't wanna do it, but I'm good at it. So my wife likes how I do it so I do it for her. I don't do it for incentives. Or special favors.
 
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