[This was submitted by a site member for sharing.
Not surprisinly, I think the observed symptoms have more to do with orgasm than with "coitus," and I can't get the researcher quoted in the piece to consider that possibility.]
It seems men can find sex as unfulfilling as women but they’ve been keeping this guilty secret to themselves for years
The traditional version of sex is that the man has a good time no matter what, then turns over and begins to snore, oblivious of his partner.
Next week we will celebrate our 5th anniversary. My wife turns 70 in July and I turn 59 in September. We continue to make love with PIV twice a day -- we slowly, gently wake each other up in the morning with scissors as we say our morning prayers, and most nights we make love and fall asleep spooning. Sometimes when we are home all day on the weekend, we will enjoy some "afternoon delight" and both feel "tuned-up" for the rest of the day. Five years in with Karezza, we are both in the best overall physical and emotional health of our lives.
The great scientists at Pornhub are “recognizing a woman’s outstanding accomplishments” with a scholarship.
Male 64 with partner not completely interesting of the karezza path, so she finishes with an orgasm. However I have been living the karezza/tantric way for 12 years, but lately I have sometimes noticed weaker erections and a little less desire. Ejaculations are not interesting longer, but to stay close to the limit for long time is what I enjoy. I'm have been much more energetic and creative and filled with love feelings since I avoid ejaculations. However I have found out that there is some kind of taxation to stay close to the limit for an hour or two.
Transcendental Meditation is a superset of all these tools described here for balancing and rebalancing both physical and mental states with an intention to reach higher level of maturity for sustainable enjoyment including both physical or mental one.
TM is just a technique like karezza that progressively provides awareness of balancing and rebalancing all unbalanced states both in physical and mental domain.
I've been reading the blog entries and I wanted to join the community for some time now.
I'm a virgin and a college student, and I used to be addicted to pornography and masturbation. However, coming across the Cupid's Poisoned Arrow by chance, it changed my world. I... no, my body agreed with every statement of the book. Reading the book was like the "The Truth will set you free" period.