Thursday, October 28, 2010

Perfect Female Body Measurements

Many people ask what is the perfect body measurements for women?
Just because everyone is different does not mean there is no perfect body measurement for women. However to determine an answer some obstacles must be overcome…
As there is no predefined definition of perfection, the answer is somewhat subjective and relative to everyone’s preconception of the perfect female body. So in essence the perfect body measurement for women is dependant on who you ask.
Besides individual tastes, the ideal measurements are also cultural defined. In Africa a giant ass is hot, while most woman in the Western world opt to go for some sizes smaller.
Discover all perfect measurements for women in following page.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Secure Days

Are women fertile whole month? Are there any secure days?
Yes, some days of the menstrual cycle are secure and each woman can make personal calculations for discovering secure days for unprotected sex.
Calculation is based on an observation that the ovulation in females takes place 2 weeks before periods. As we know that the menstrual cycles in women may not be on precise day every month, the calculation of the safe period should be done on the basis of duration of 12 previous cycles. First note down the shortest and the longest cycles during the last 12 cycles.
The first fertile day will be minus 18 days from shortest cycle.
The last fertile day would be minus 11 days from the longest cycle.
Discover examples and other calculation methods in following link.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Be Sexy!

Are you tired of looking "blah?" Every woman goes through phases of "ugly," and oddly enough some never come out of them. If you're ready to revamp your look and turn heads, keep reading. No matter what your body shape, you can become sexier today.
You don't have to be sexy for a man.
You do not have to spend a million dollars.
You should just improve your style and behavior.
Discover how TO BE SEXY.

Friday, October 8, 2010

CONDOM - what we need to know about condoms

Male condom is a sheath made to fit over the erect penis. It collects semen and acts as a barrier preventing passage of sperm into the vagina. The condom is available rolled in individual packets, and is unrolled onto the erect penis before intercourse. Most condoms are made of thin latex rubber. When used correctly at every act of intercourse, the condom can be a reasonably effective method of contraception. The latex condom is also an effective barrier to protect against the transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STDs), including transmission of HIV/AIDS.
Female condom is made of soft pliable polyurethane pre-lubricated with a silicone-based substance (dimethicone). It is inserted into the vagina before sexual intercourse. An inner ring is used for insertion and holds the condom in place high in vagina; an outer ring lies flat and covers the labia during sexual intercourse. After ejaculation, the female condom retains the seminal fluid, preventing it from coming into contact with the cervix.
Discover all about condoms.

Monday, October 4, 2010

First Condom - how to choose

It’s an important and popular question that most condom users - both new and veteran
condom users - ask: How to choose condom? Best condom? What size condom do I need?
Condoms are extremely effective at preventing pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). But which condom is the best? There is no best condom for everybody but you can choose the best condom for yourself. Condoms come in many shapes and styles. They are available in different lengths, widths, and strengths. With so many kinds of condoms out there, it's tough to know how to pick the right one. It's important to think about what the condom is made of, if it comes with lubricant, what size to buy, how to check the quality, etc.
To figure out how to choose read more.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

First time sex

You might feel lots of anxieties, especially the first time you 'go all the way' - have intimate contact. You may feel embarrassed about how you look without your clothes on, or worried about your privacy being disturbed. It's natural to feel some worries but good communication will really help to prevent you feeling embarrassed or worried. You should be able to talk to your partner about how you feel about it for the first time, and about any concerns you may have. Your partner might be worried, too. Being relaxed and able to share things with your partner will really ease the tension. And if you're too shy, or you're not able to talk about these things with your partner - then you probably shouldn't be having close contacts!
Discover everything you need to know about first time sex.