Breaking the bank on an exotic car won’t increase your chances of being lucky in love, according to the findings of a recent autoTRADER.ca survey that explores the connection between romantic desirability and vehicle choice. In fact, Canadians claim to be more attracted to utility, practicality and frugality over luxury and flash when it comes to what a prospective lover is driving. Read the full article here.
J-Lo’s love may not cost a thing, but apparently the cost of love for Canadian daters in on the rise. From fancy dates to exorbitant weddings, check out this RateSupermarket.ca infographic and Jess’ interview on Global TV's The Morning Show below.
Excerpted from The New Sex Bible
You’ve probably heard a great deal about the clitoris and you likely already know that it exists solely for the purpose of pleasure. But did you know that the clitoris has legs? And that the complex structure of the clitoris may explain why most women orgasm from rubbing, grinding and pressing on the vulva?
The clitoris is more than just a tiny nodule at the top of where the labia meet. That shiny pearl-like structure, which is often referred to as the clitoris is actually only the head of the clitoris. It also has two legs, two bulbs, foreskin, glands, nerves, blood vessels, a shaft and the capacity to become erect. Once you study the full anatomy of the clitoral complex, you may conclude that the clitoris is much like a penis...only smaller. But when you further examine the deep roots and multiple parts of the inner clitoris, it becomes more obvious that the clitoris isn’t a smaller version of the penis, but simply a variant model.
Continued from Part 1 here...
It is not uncommon for a woman to have trouble visually locating her clitoris, as it is not a body part that most of us learn about from a young age. In fact, you may have discovered its pleasure capacity by accident. If you haven’t had a chance to look at your clitoris, there is no time like the present! After a relaxing shower or bath, sit on your bum with your knees bent, legs spread and feet flat on the bed. Use a hand mirror as you pull up gently on the skin at the top of your inner labia (just below your pubic mound) to reveal your sensitive clitoral head. It is usually round and a bit shiny and protrudes from beneath the hood. Every woman’s body is different so yours may poke out conspicuously or only extend slightly from beneath its hood. Either way, know that you’re beautiful!
From the book of Kimberly (Age 55)
“I didn’t know what it was called until I hit 28! And I never actually looked at it until a...
It's easy to get caught up with the holidays that you push your New Years plans on the back burner. By the time you get around to making NYE plans, your wallet is drained from gift shopping. If you find yourself in this situation, not to worry - you're not alone. Here are a few New Years ideas for when you're on a budget:
A Cottage/Cabin Escape - Whether its just you and your significant other or a big group of friends, spending your evening at a cottage or a cabin is a great way to ring in the new year. If you or someone you know is lucky enough to have access to this kind of vacation property, it will keep your costs down and all you need to consider is your budget for food, drink and travel.
Celebrating in a popular city square - If you plan on celebrating in the big city, club tickets or fancy dinner reservations can get pricey. Why not head down to the free celebrations in your city's core? In big cities like Toronto and New York, free concerts, festivals...
Sometimes the Holidays can sneak up on you and you find yourself in the mall, scrambling to find the perfect present for your special someone. Fear not; you are not alone. Don’t let the pressure of the impending holiday get you down. It’s the thought that counts. Consider the following ideas for the person on your nice or naughty list.
Give the gift of chocolate! Chocolate is a great way to show that you care about someone and many times, it is already packaged for you. Not only is chocolate a great way to sweeten your sweetie’s heart, it is also a great mood enhancer. Chocolate contains the compound PEA (phenylethylamine) which is responsible for releasing the same ‘feel good’ endorphins that happen during sex. Chocolate has come a long way from a humble candy bar. There are so many variations available on the market ranging from distinctly artisanal to sultry and extra dark. Search the internet or visiting your local chocolatier...
As the cold weather creeps in, you may enticed to stay at home under the covers all day. However, if you have a big date coming up or want to reignite the spark with your lover, impress them with a creative activity, rather than the inside of your apartment. I chatted with dating experts, Carmelia Ray and Deanna Cobden to get inspired with some great winter date ideas!
I am trying to save some money for holiday gifts. What are some examples of economically-friendly dates you would suggest?
"Ice Skating is a classic but still very romantic. There’s something about holding hands while skating that can melt a girl’s heart. Don’t forget to bring along a thermos of Hot Chocolate to warm you, up after. Staying in can be fun too, light some candles, get a bottle of wine, add snacks, snuggle up under a blanket and have a winter themed movie marathon." - Deanna
Trying to stay warm this season? What are some indoor date ideas you...
Earlier today, The National Enquirer reported that they'll be releasing the story of Charlie Sheen's "explosive secret" that he has been "hiding from the world". They claim that "decades of debauchery have finally caught up" to him and connect his HIV-positive status with years of womanizing.
Regardless of whether their story is true, it is not only a violation of his privacy, but a public health threat in and of itself. For starters, his "explosive secret" and so-called cover up are not part of a scandal, but a matter of personal medical privacy. And decades of "debauchery" and "womanizing" do not inevitably result in HIV transmission.
Transmission can occur in a single sexual act as well as through other activities than involve the exchange of vaginal fluids, rectal fluids, seminal fluids, blood or breast milk. It’s stories like these that further stigmatize HIV and other STIs and put the public at risk under the farcical guise of journalism and public interest. By outing...
By: Lyba Spring
Do we have to talk about sex?
It is generally accepted that we have to talk about sexuality in some way to our children so that they can develop into sexually healthy individuals. But what about our partners? Whether it’s a one-time thing or a long-term committed relationship, there are three prerequisites to any sexual activity: consent, safety and pleasure.
There is no way around it: communication is key. For some people, this feels entirely natural; for others, they’d rather visit the dentist. Let’s say you have a new partner. You are very turned on to each other. You’ve managed to discuss mutual protection and have negotiated safer sex and/or contraception if pregnancy is an issue. You’ve agreed that you’re going to have sex – whatever that term means to the both of you. That’s two down off the checklist. Now, are you going to present a menu of what pleases you before the clothes come off; or are you going to...
1. Do I have to be a member to enter the club?
We are a members-only club. We are very private, professional and confidential. We do have a Meet and Greet every third Friday of each month. Entrance is complimentary and no membership is required. This is for couples and single females who want to learn about the lifestyle and also see what The X Club has to offer. This event is from 8-9:30 p.m.
2. What are your most famous themed parties?
Every Saturday is a different theme at The X Club. The most famous themes I would have to say are our super parties which include, Glitter and Glow, White Night, Lingerie Valentines Ball, NYE,...