Karezza

Met someone new, how should I go about this?

Submitted by Swedish Thrill on

We had only been on two dates prior to having sex. I'm not used to women moving along this quickly! She kind of surprised me with that. Netflix and BAM! :) Nothing wrong with that, but I learned that the kind of sex she really likes is not what I'd like, so are we incompatible?

Fractals

Submitted by alex_is_bonding on

A few years back I was introduced to Thomas Campbell's "My Big Toe." In it, he discusses how fractals exist at every level of reality. The most basic fractal is evolution, which he colorfully states as "grow or die." I've been thinking of the fractals that exist in bonding. I've come to realize that if I want to experience a deeper bond with my wife, I need to bond with everything. My morning coffee, the jazz music that I listen to on Pandora, the sun coming through the leaves, the work that I do, and even the movements of my body through physical space.

karezza

Submitted by karezza-lover on

Being new here I begin to learn what´s new and maybe alo contribute some day.
Practising karezza since at least 60 years, I am 86, and I think that my wife is happy to always have a "fresh" husband at her side.
The health-effects on body, skin and all the rest of well-beeing seems to be very positive to both of us.

This only as short introduction, and thanks to Marnia´s help I can now participate here from time to time.

Germany sends best wishes to all everywhere

karezza-lover

A thought-provoking Book and Review

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Submitted by blissed on

In the book "Foreign Sperm" by Donald Tyler, some interesting questions are raised regarding the potential of sperm. The heart of Tyler's theory is that foreign sperm, any sperm into a woman, and another male's sperm into a man, cause diseases.

If Tyler is correct on any point, the absence of ejaculation during karezza may be a huge benefit to long term health.

Is There More than One Purpose for the Clitoris?

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Submitted by blissed on

A recent expression that the clitoris has one purpose only is as follows: "A woman's body includes a number of super-hot erogenous zones, but you might say many of those are sort of, well, incidental. Not the clit. It's there for fun. Yup, that’s right. The clitoris is the only part of the body designed solely for pleasure. So, while other body parts used for sexual pleasure have at least one other purpose to them, your clit is just there to get you off."

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