Meet Peaches: our newest sex and love voice

While there's plenty of information out there on how to keep a woman happy in bed, I intend to focus on how women can sexually stimulate their male partners. For me, when my spouse notices that I'm doing things to make him happy, he makes sure that my experience is stimulating as well.

The excuse that you don't look as good as you did when you got married is insufficient.  It doesn't take much to feel and look halfway attractive. Besides, great sex is not all about looks. An old Madame told me years ago that sex is all in the head, and what happens in bed has little to do with looks. Some of her chubbiest and homeliest girls made the most money because they understood this.

Most sex advice blogs are not very detailed, giving readers generic advice: wear something sexy, fix a nice dinner, have champagne, burn candles, give a back rub…and that’s it. Most of the literature does not go into details about exactly how to make love or have intercourse. I wish to accomplish this without sounding too clinical or vulgar; I just want to be as helpful as possible. I have been employed as a mental health counselor, educator, and many other professions. I will start my advice blogs off with baby steps. I don't want to scare anyone off.  First I will give general basic knowledge such as types of sex and positions.  The language will get a little nastier the more graphic and advanced the lessons get.  I love toys and sex games so I will blog about those as well. Please contact me if you have any specific questions you would like answered.

In the 80’s I did some things I'm not proud of, one of which was having sex with a married man. Yeah it was fun and he gave me money and lots of things, but eventually my morals kicked in and I broke it off. This guy had a horrible sex life with his wife who wasn't bad looking. Today I find a similar situation with many male acquaintances who are not satisfied with their love lives.  I understand that after10 or 30 years of marriage, sex can get a bit boring, so I'm here to provide a few tips to help keep things lively in the sack.

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