Many apologies for not blogging these past few days. Seems that my computer wanted down time. After my screen went black, took it to the hospital, was admitted after they agreed their must be something very wrong. Then they didn’t even looked at for 2 days, many patients in front of line. The rest and relation seemed to work. The doctor techs found nothing wrong and now I’m back to posting. Most bizarre, but I’ve been informed MAC’s have an internal system that can sometimes right itself.
Last Tuesday’s Salon was a huge success. The Poetry Brothel Whores were special, the virgins were spectacular and the regular community of readers kept the attendee’s ears engaged and wanting more. 100+ for the past 3 months, that is a record. Sorry for the standing room only, but it’s worth it, yes!?!
I agree with a lot of the following article, but not with the phrase, “Good Enough.” What a weak image this projects. Have read studies and articles on, “Optimal Sex” with similar outcomes. Now that is something I want to strive for in my sandbox bed.
What 60-Year-Old Couples Can Teach Young Couples About Sexual Desire and Satisfaction
Perhaps the most important difference between “hot sex” performance and sharing playful/erotic sexuality is how you react to dissatisfying or dysfunctional encounters. An intimate, vital couple san laugh or shrug off negative sexual experiences while “hot sex” couples feel panicked, apologize, and pressure to compensate for the negative experience.
Older couples emphasize emotional and sexual acceptance and “going with the flow”. Of course, they prefer mutual, synchronous experiences where both partners experience desire, arousal, orgasm, and satisfaction, but this is not a demand or mandate.