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Does your love life have the ‘S’ factor?

SNUGGLING: There’s plenty of evidence to show that hugs can do great things for our relationships. Tests show that oxytocin the ‘cuddle chemical’ our bodies produce during sex—is also released by non-sexual touching, such as stroking. Research has found that happy couples are likely to have at least four hugs a day. And in a recent survey, six in ten people said being touched by their partners help them to relax.

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Society sympathises with male divorcee than female

FINDING yourself suddenly without a partner after years of being part of a couple could be soul-wrenching. You decide to launch yourself back into society, and what do you find? Some 12 years ago, Yetunde was riding on the crest of happiness. According to her: “Friends and family were amazed when, in my early 40s, I announced that I was to marry a divorcee I met six months before.

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Why did she break up with me?

My girlfriend just broke up with me after one year of relationship. She didn’t give me any reason. She says she has no time to give a reason. Recently, I called her every half hour, but she didn’t want to pick up the phone. She told me later that if I keep calling her, or I am around her or her place, or trying to follow her, then she would call the police and sue me. My question is: is it against the law if I am trying to get in touch with her by being at the same place as she is? Is it against the law if I wait for her in front of her door?

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Has his sex life died?

My husband is in his mid 50s and I am 48. It’s over three years since we made love and I’ve suggested that he sees a specialist but he won’t, he shrugs that the specialist will only say that at our age, that type of thing stops.

I know that sex is not the element of relationship but it is an important part. I find myself being flippant and sarcastic with him and this leads to arguments. My husband said that if sex meant that much to me, I should have an affair if I could find someone and if I could be discreet about it. Well, maybe I should! I love my husband but I refuse to live a celibate life for the rest of my years.

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Re: Vibrator wife: the way the cookie crumbles

Just before the elections, I published the unfortunate development on the story of a young couple battling with problems of sexual differences. The wife had finally been kicked out by her in-laws who were unable to understand nor appreciate why the couple should still remain together, especially after four years of marriage without a child. The problem had started when the husband referred to as “worried guy” caught his wife in their matrimonial bed with a vibrator.

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Perception: Sometimes far from the truth (2)

Remember mummy and daddy Samson? Yes, the young, beautiful couple with four lovely kids whom I’d always thought were the perfect couple. Or so it was until the great revelation one fateful night. The story concludes below. From what I gathered that night, their fights had become a regular occurrence in the compound. The more I processed all that I was hearing, the more the respect and admiration I had built in six months for daddy Samson slipped away.

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Why older men tend to be more sexually active than women

Age is no barrier to an active love life, research shows. For among the 70s, more than half of men and almost a third of women say they are still sexually active. Of these, one in three say they have sex at least twice a month. The University of Manchester study was the first of its kind to include men and women aged 80-plus. It also found that love and affection stand the test of time, with many in their 70s and 80s saying they still indulge in frequent kissing.

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Women who treat intimacy like ready meals!

ON the surface, it is completely realistic. You want sex. You want it now. A willing partner has the hots for you and, if you had any sense, you would go for it. Who knows when the next opportunity would rear its head. Right? Well, wrong! Not if you have a steady relationship with someone else. When Yanju met Mercy at a stag night for a colleague, he believed she was the type he could fall for. “I was in between girlfriends and there she was, bossomy with a British accent.

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