Karezza

Lovers' Ultimate Sex Hack: Karezza

Happy loversKarezza side effects may include more energy and a healthier libido

Not long ago, there was a brief publicity flurry about a venerable, but little known, approach to sex called "karezza" (pronounced ka-RET-za). ABC ran a news story and karezza articles showed up from Argentina to India. The ladies of The View even grappled with it. A karezza subreddit gained steam, and Germany gave birth to a new karezza website.

'Orgasm Allergy'

Submitted by John G. on

The fellow's symptoms are those described in Cupid's Poisoned Arrow and of my own experience. Interesting, treating the symptoms by injecting a hormone that stimulates production of testosterone (I am sure there are no side effects there, ha, ha). Ah, mainstream physicians and researchers, strident defenders of the status quo, that ejaculation is an unalloyed good.

https://nypost.com/2020/01/21/mans-orgasm-allergy-gives-him-debilitating...

Support for Karezza in NT?

Submitted by John G. on

I did a quick search of 2 Timothy 3 on the Reuniting website here, and did not see citation of 2 Timothy 3, 1-5. You may find the passage supportive of Karezza, or not. Here is the King James Version of the text:

"This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.

"2 For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy,

"3 Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good,

Suffering

Submitted by undying on

We've been off the karezza wagon, and it's no good. Irritability is up. Seeing each other's beautiful true essence is down.

Incidentally, we had got going last year with karezza and made good progress during a period when I was not cycling, due to breastfeeding. With the return to a monthly fertility cycle, it seems lizardly havoc broke loose. I would say it's all on his side, but I'm sure without realizing it, I'm contributing to the heat.
When I come, my perception of him really changes. I become less content, less generous...

Is pair-bonding illegal?

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Is pair-bonding illegal in our society?  I know that sounds ridiculous.  Maybe it isn't, but the limiting ideas we have about it, such as the way we approach dating, and what we call marriage, etc., seem to indicate that it is.  I will share some reading I've done that makes me wonder such things. I am quoting Brad Warner below:

"There is no set Buddhist view on marriage. But I’ll give you my own take on it in brief.

Study: The Clitoris—An Appraisal of its Reproductive Function During the Fertile Years: Why Was It, and Still Is, Overlooked in

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