I tried Ideal Lean Protein Shake For Women – Got Libido Boost!

Ideal lean protein shake for womenA few weeks ago, while doing some random shopping on Amazon I came across this Protein shake specifically formulated for women.

I wasn’t born with lean body like many blessed women. No regret though, I like it and love it the way I am. However, it feels so much awesome when you shed just 10 pounds. Sex is lot more enjoyable when you shrink some of your belly bulge. I don’t know whether it is due to increased libido or feeling of being sexy! 🙂

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What is Ideal Lean?

Trying to lose weight is much easier said than done. If you are looking for some help, you may have considered purchasing a supplement. IdealLean is one of the many meal replacement protein powder that are currently available on the market. Before you go out and buy any, make sure that you consider all of the following information.

Product description from the manufacturer

IdealLean Protein is the best protein powder for women. IdealLean is specially formulated by women, for women to help you lose fat, build lean muscle, and earn your ideal body. In addition to 20g of high-quality whey protein isolate, IdealLean Protein includes two unique nutrient blends: Fat Loss Blend and Recovery Blend. Together, they help you get lean and recover fast so that you can keep working towards the body you want.

IdealLean Protein is a whey protein powder for women that includes nutrients women need to stay strong and healthy, like folic acid, vitamin D, calcium, and even antioxidant-rich superfruits. In Chocolate Brownie and French Vanilla flavors, IdealLean Protein has delicious, indulgent flavor with 0g sugar, 0g fat, 0 carbs, and only 80 calories. Unlike other protein powders, IdealLean Protein gives you only what you need, with no added fat, sugar, or calories that take you farther from your ideal body. IdealLean Protein helps you get lean, get toned, and get the body you’ve always dreamed of.

Health Safety First…

It can be tempting to try something new if you are eager to get in shape, but you should always talk to your doctor about it. It is very important if you have PCO or going through menopause pain. You do not want to take anything that will hurt you in any way. For instance, if you have a medical condition, like diabetes, that requires daily medication, you need to make sure that there will not be any chance of having a harmful interaction.

Analyzing Customer Review of Ideal Lean

The first thing you want to remember is to read reviews of the product before you try it. Unfortunately, all of the products that are currently available on the market are not as great as people believe they are. Reading reviews will give you a good idea of what can be expected. I would suggest you read at least 10-20 reviews before you form an opinion and make a purchase decision.

Fortunately Amazon lists reviews from verified buyers. As of today there are 473 customer reviews on Amazon. Out of which 69% are 5 start ratings and another 15% are 4 star rating. Merely 5% left 1 star rating. I think that’s a pretty awesome for a weight loss supplement. Most of the popular products gets around 60-65% 5 star rating

How it works?

It doesn’t work like a miracle diet pills (and most of them are scam anyway) You have to make it work for you. It is basically a meal replacement protein with essential nutrition. What is important is that it gives you feeling of fullness for several hours. By the way, have you heard about this size-zero diet pill?

Ideally, you start your weight loss program by replacing breakfast meal. If you want faster result then you can also consider replacing your dinner as well. I don not recommend that you skip your normal lunch for many reasons.

Best Practice Guide

Always take supplements exactly as directed. Some people make the mistake of taking extra medication to get a boost, but this is not generally how it works. You increase the chances of having negative effects if you do not follow the instructions.

If you are trying to get in shape, buying Ideal Lean may be very useful. With that said, going about things the right way will prevent you from having a negative experience. Follow all of the advice that was offered to you here and you will increase the chances that you will be pleased with the outcome.

Where to buy it?

I bought it from Amazon. It can be bought from their official website and may be from some retail outlets. I normally don’t shop from online shops except Amazon due to fear of getting exposed to SPAM and ID theft.

Click here to Buy IdealLean from Amazon

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Wuthering Heights 1939 Black & White Film

Wuthering Heights: This internationally-acclaimed masterpiece film is based on Emily Bronte’s classic novel — a story of love, passion, hatred and revenge. Starring Laurence Olivier as Heathcliff and Merle Oberon as Cathy, whose tortured love affair ends when Cathy marries the wealthy Edgar (David Niven). Heathcliff’s savage retaliation upon Cathy, the woman he loves, explodes in a stunning climax.

You can watch the movie clip at bottom of this page.

Wuthering Heights
Wikipedia page

About Wuthering Heights – The 1939 classic romantic drama movie

Wuthering Heights is Emily Bronte’s only novel. It was first published in 1847 under the pseudonym Ellis Bell, and a posthumous second edition was edited by her sister Charlotte. The name of the novel comes from the Yorkshire manor on the moors on which the story centres (as an adjective, wuthering is a Yorkshire word referring to turbulent weather).

The narrative tells the tale of the all-encompassing and passionate, yet thwarted, love between Heathcliff and Catherine Earnshaw, and how this unresolved passion eventually destroys both themselves and many around them.

Now considered a classic of English literature, Wuthering Heights’ innovative structure, which has been likened to a series of Matryoshka dolls, met with mixed reviews by critics when it first appeared.

Excerpts from Contemporary Reviews Wuthering Heights:

Publication & Contemporary Critical Reception Though Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre was originally considered the best of the Bronte sisters’ works, many subsequent critics of Wuthering Heights argued that its originality and achievement made it superior.

Later Critical Response to Wutheirng Heights Wuthering Heights has also given rise to many adaptations and inspired works, including films, radio, television dramatisations, a musical by Bernard J. Taylor and songs (notably the hit Wuthering Heights by Kate Bush), ballet and opera.

Wuthering Heights Movie Plot Summary

The narrative is non-linear, involving several flashbacks, and involves two narrators – Mr. Lockwood and Ellen “Nelly” Dean. The novel opens in 1801, with Lockwood arriving at Thrushcross Grange, a grand house on the Yorkshire moors he is renting from the surly Heathcliff, who lives at nearby Wuthering Heights.

Lockwood spends the night at Wuthering Heights and has a terrifying dream: the ghost of Catherine Earnshaw, pleading to be admitted to the house from outside. Intrigued, Lockwood asks the housekeeper Nelly Dean to tell the story of Heathcliff and Wuthering Heights while he is staying at the Grange recovering from a cold.

Nelly takes over the narration and begins her story forty years earlier, when Heathcliff, a foundling living on the streets of Liverpool, is brought to Wuthering Heights by the then-owner, Mr. Earnshaw, and raised as his own. Ellen comments casually that Heathcliff might have been descended from Indian or Chinese origins. He is often described as “dark” or “gypsy”.

Catherine becomes Heathcliff’s friend

Earnshaw’s daughter Catherine becomes Heathcliff’s inseparable friend. Her brother Hindley, however, resents Heathcliff, seeing him as an interloper and rival. Mr. Earnshaw dies three years later, and Hindley (who has married a woman named Frances) takes over the estate. He brutalises Heathcliff, forcing him to work as a hired hand.

Catherine becomes friends with a neighbor family, the Lintons of Thrushcross Grange, who mellow her initially wild personality. She is especially attached to the refined and mild young Edgar Linton, whom Heathcliff instantaneously dislikes.

A year later, Hindley’s wife dies, apparently of consumption, shortly after giving birth to a son, Hareton; Hindley takes to drink. Some two years after that, Catherine agrees to marry Edgar. Nelly knows that this will crush Heathcliff, and Heathcliff overhears Catherine’s explanation that it would be “degrading” to marry him. Heathcliff storms out and leaves Wuthering Heights, not hearing Catherine’s continuing declarations that Heathcliff is as much a part of her as the rocks are to the earth beneath. Catherine marries Edgar, and is initially very happy.

Some time later, Heathcliff returns, intent on destroying those who prevent him from being with Catherine. He has, mysteriously, become very wealthy. Through loans he has made to the drunken and dissipated Hindley that Hindley cannot repay, he takes ownership of Wuthering Heights upon Hindley’s death. Intent on ruining Edgar, Heathcliff elopes with Edgar’s sister Isabella, which places him in a position to inherit Thrushcross Grange upon Edgar’s death.

Catherine becomes very ill

Catherine becomes very ill after Heathcliff’s return and dies a few hours after giving birth to a daughter also named Catherine, or Cathy. Heathcliff becomes only more bitter and vengeful. Isabella flees her abusive marriage a month later, and subsequently gives birth to a boy, Linton. At around the same time, Hindley dies. Heathcliff takes ownership of Wuthering Heights, and vows to raise Hindley’s son Hareton with as much neglect as he had suffered at Hindley’s hands years earlier.

Twelve years later, the dying Isabella asks Edgar to raise her and Heathcliff’s son, Linton. However, Heathcliff finds out about this and takes the sickly, spoiled child to Wuthering Heights. Heathcliff has nothing but contempt for his son, but delights in the idea of him ruling the property of his enemies. To that end, a few years later, Heathcliff attempts to persuade young Cathy to marry Linton.

Forced marriage

Cathy refuses, so Heathcliff kidnaps her and forces the two to marry. Soon after, Edgar Linton dies, followed shortly by Linton Heathcliff. This leaves Cathy a widow and a virtual prisoner at Wuthering Heights, as Heathcliff has gained complete control of both Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange. It is at this point in the narrative that Lockwood arrives, taking possession of Thrushcross Grange, and hearing Nelly Dean’s story. Shocked, Lockwood leaves for London.

During his absence from the area, however, events reach a climax that Nelly describes when he returns a year later. Cathy gradually softens toward her rough, uneducated cousin Hareton, just as her mother was tender towards Heathcliff.

When Heathcliff realizes that Cathy and Hareton are in love, he abandons his life-long vendetta. He dies broken and tormented, but glad to be rejoining Catherine, whose ghost had haunted him since she died. Cathy and Hareton marry. Heathcliff is buried next to Catherine (the elder), and the story concludes with Lockwood visiting the grave, unsure of what to feel.

Wuthering Heights Author: Emily Jane Bronte

Emily Jane Bronte (July 30, 1818 – December 19, 1848) was a British novelist and poet, now best remembered for her only novel Wuthering Heights, a classic of English literature. Emily was the second eldest of the three surviving Bronte sisters, being younger than Charlotte and older than Anne. She published under the masculine pen name Ellis Bell. Emily was born in Thornton, near Bradford in Yorkshire to Patrick Bronte and Maria Branwell. She was the younger sister of Charlotte Bronte and the fifth of six children.

In 1824, the family moved to Haworth, where Emily’s father was perpetual curate, and it was in these surroundings that their literary oddities flourished. In childhood, after the death of their mother, the three sisters and their brother Patrick Branwell Bronte created imaginary lands (Angria, Gondal, Gaaldine, Oceania), which were featured in stories they wrote. Little of Emily’s work from this period survived, except for poems spoken by characters (The Brontes’ Web of Childhood, Fannie Ratchford, 1941).

Wuthering Heights Main Characters

Heathcliff is the central male character of the novel. An orphaned foundling raised by the Earnshaw family, he forms an early bond with his foster sister Catherine Earnshaw, and they both fall passionately in love with each other as they grow. Meanwhile he nurses a bitter rivalry with his cruel foster brother Hindley, who resents the attention their father shows Heathcliff.

Catherine (Cathy) Earnshaw is Heathcliff’s adopted sister. A free-spirited and somewhat spoiled young woman, she returns Heathcliff’s love utterly, but considers him too far beneath her for marriage into poverty from both not having any money; instead choosing another childhood friend, Edgar Linton, through which marriage she hopes to advance Heathcliff.

Edgar Linton is a childhood friend of Catherine Earnshaw’s, who later marries her. A mild and gentle man, if slightly cold, cowardly and distant, he loves Catherine deeply but is unable to reconcile his love for her with her feelings for her childhood friend. This leads to a bitter antagonism with Heathcliff, and it is partly this which leads to Catherine’s mental breakdown and death.

Isabella Linton is the younger sister of Edgar who becomes infatuated with Heathcliff. She fundamentally mistakes his true nature and elopes with him despite his apparent dislike of her.

Hindley Earnshaw is Catherine’s brother and Heathcliff’s other rival. Having loathed Heathcliff since childhood, Hindley delights in turning him into a downtrodden servant upon inheriting Wuthering Heights.

Other supporting characters

Ellen (Nelly) Dean is, at various points, the housekeeper of both Thrushcross Grange and Wuthering Heights, and is one of the two narrators of the novel. She recognizes early on that Heathcliff is Catherine’s true love and tries to dissuade her from the disastrous marriage to Edgar.

Linton Heathcliff is the son of Isabella and Heathcliff. He bears no resemblance to Heathcliff and takes after his mother. He is a sickly child who grows up ignorant of his father until his mother’s death, when he is thirteen years old.

Catherine Linton is the daughter of Catherine Earnshaw and Edgar Linton. She inherits both her mother’s free-spiritedness and dark eyes and her father’s gentle nature, facial features and fair hair. Heathcliff takes advantage of her fundamentally pure nature and manipulates her into marrying his own son, Linton.

Hareton Earnshaw is the son of Hindley Earnshaw, who is adopted by Heathcliff upon Hindley’s death. Even before this, he has waged a campaign of torment against the young man while living together at Wuthering Heights.

Joseph is a servant of the Earnshaws and later Heathcliff. A bullying, lazy and snide man, he hates Heathcliff but is somehow bound to be his servant.

Lockwood is the narrator of the novel. A recently-arrived tenant at Thrushcross Grange at the beginning of the novel, he is intrigued by the curious goings-on at Wuthering Heights, and persuades Nelly Dean to tell him the story of what happened during a bout of sickness.

Frances Earnshaw is the wife that Hindley married while away at college. The fact that he did not tell his father suggests that Frances is not of high social standing.

Mr. Kenneth, the local doctor and drinking partner of Hindley. Kenneth often sees to the ill or dead characters: Cathy in her madnesses, Frances during childbirth and TB, Heathcliff and his early illness, Edgar’s final hours, and Hindley’s death.

Laurence Kerr Olivier, Baron Olivier: Movie’s leading actor

Laurence Kerr Olivier, Baron Olivier, was an English actor, director, and producer and the recipient of scores of awards. He is one of the most famous and revered actors of the 20th century, along with his contemporaries John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft and Ralph Richardson.

Hodgdon, Barbara. Shakespeare Quarterly, “From the Editor”, Fall, 2002 Olivier played a wide variety of roles on stage and screen from Greek tragedy, Shakespeare and Restoration comedy to modern American and British drama.

He was the first artistic director of the National Theatre of Great Britain and its main stage is named in his honour. He is generally regarded to be the greatest actor of the 20th Century, in the same category as David Garrick, Richard Burbage, Edmund Kean and Henry Irving in their own centuries.Walker, Andrew.

BBC News, 22 May 2007 Olivier’s Academy acknowledgments are considerable-fourteen Oscar nominations, with two wins for Best Actor and Best Picture for the 1948 film Hamlet, and two honorary awards including a statuette and certificate. He was also awarded five Emmy awards from the nine nominations he received. Additionally, he was a three-time Golden Globe and BAFTA winner.

Merle Oberon: The movies Leading Lady

Oberon was born in Bombay (now Mumbai), British India. Her mother, Charlotte, was an Anglo-Indian nurse; her father, Arthur, was a British railway engineer.

Merle was her mother’s second child. Charlotte had abandoned her first daughter, Constance, and refused to take care of another child born out of wedlock. She insisted that Arthur marry her, although there is no evidence that he actually did.

In 1914, when she was three, Oberon’s father died of pneumonia on the Western Front in the early months of World War I. Mother and daughter led an impoverished existence in shabby Bombay apartments for a few years. Then, in 1917, they moved to better circumstances in Calcutta (now Kolkata). Oberon received a foundation scholarship to attend La Martiniere College for Girls, a well known Calcutta private school. There, she was constantly taunted for her unconventional parentage and eventually quit school and had her lessons at home.

Oberon first performed with the Calcutta Amateur Dramatic Society. She was also completely enamored of the movies and enjoyed going out to nightclubs. As she entered her teen years, she dated increasingly older, urbane men.

In 1929, she met a former actor who claimed he could introduce her to Rex Ingram of Victorine Studios. Oberon jumped at the offer and decided to follow the man to the studios in France. However, when he saw Oberon’s dark mother one night at her apartment and realized Oberon was mixed-race, he secretly decided to end the relationship.

After packing all their belongings and moving to France, Oberon and her mother found that their supposed benefactor had dodged them. However, he had left a good word for Oberon with Rex Ingram at the studios in Nice. Ingram liked Oberon’s exotic appearance. She was quickly hired to be an extra in a party scene.

James David Graham Niven: The movies supporting Actor

David NivenJames David Graham Niven (March 1, 1910 – July 29, 1983) was an English Academy Award-winning actor best known as the punctual-obsessed adventurer Phileas Fogg in Around the World in Eighty Days (1956).

David Niven was born in London, England. He was the son of William Edward Graham Niven and the French/British Henrietta Julia Degacher who, born in Wales, was the daughter of army officer William Degacher (who changed his original name of Hitchcock to his mother’s maiden name of Degacher in 1874) and Julia Caroline, the daughter of Lieutenant General James Webber Smith[4]. He was named David for his birth on St. David’s Day. Although he often claimed to have been born in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland in 1909, it was only after his birth certificate was checked following his death that this was found to be incorrect.

His father was killed during the Gallipoli Campaign in 1915 and his mother remarried Sir Thomas Comyn-Platt. In his biography, NIV: The Authorized Biography of David Niven, Graham Lord suggests that Comyn-Platt had actually been conducting an affair with Niven’s mother for some time prior to her husband’s death, and that Sir Thomas may well have been Niven’s biological father, a supposition not without some support from her children.

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The G-Spot is Located Between Her Ears!

“When it comes to women, the best aphrodisiac is words. The G-spot is located between the ears. He that looks for it down South is wasting his time.” These were the words of Isabel Allende, and because of them, her own G-spot has yet to be found!

Of course, this saying is very true. Any man worth his metal knows that phrases such as ‘Sun Goddess Sale’, ‘Unlimited amounts of Ferrero Rocher’, and ‘George Clooney in all his naked glory!’ can drive her to orgasm. This is, of course, not your typical pillow talk and if we were to ask any man if he prefers linguistics or ‘handy’ work when it comes to a woman’s body, it’s probably only the linguistic professors who will prefer the former!

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Who Invented G-spot theory?

The G-spot is almost 40 years old, and was discovered by Ernst Gräfenberg (many women find the fact that this man didn’t receive some sort of knighthood or sainthood for his effort one of life’s mysteries!). But there are other scientists (who are extremely jealous, Gräfenberg fans would believe) who doubt the existence of the G-spot, and who have performed countless studies to burst to Mr. G’s bubble.

Some research has shown negative results, and other positive. To this day, there is no concrete evidence that the G-spot exists physiologically, though anecdotal evidence suggests otherwise. But if you haven’t discovered that glorious little button yet . . . there is no reason to stop searching!

Where is the G-spot?

This special little place in a woman’s body is a rough, spongy, bean-shaped area in the front wall of the vagina, almost one finger’s length inside her. The area is a highly erogenous zone which, when stimulated correctly, can lead to intense orgasms and heightened levels of sexual arousal.

It can be difficult to find the G-spot because the vaginal wall is very muscular, and because it’s more prominent when a woman is sexually excited. It has been reported that this spot can swell to 150% of its normal size, while some experts believe that the G-spot may be the other end of the clitoris.

For Women

How do you find your G-spot, and what do you do with it?

Locating the G-spot is easy for some women, while others may require a few attempts. Don’t put yourself under pressure. Sexual discovery is about the journey, not only the destination.

Become sexually aroused. This will take a bit of homework. Read an erotic story, talk dirty to your husband over the telephone or gently rub your entire body . . . do whatever it takes to get in contact with the sexual being inside of you. The G-spot will start to swell from the increased blood flow when you become sexually aroused, and will be easier to find.

Get comfortable. Lie on your back, on your stomach or squat. Place your palm on your vulva and gently insert a finger into your vagina (use lubricant if you feel a bit dry). Bend your finger into a ‘come here’ position. When you reach your second knuckle, you should find a raised knob or ribbed area on the upper wall of the vagina.

Notice how the G-spot area feels. The area is dramatically different to the typically smooth wall of the rest of the vagina. When you’re aroused, it may feel a little different, so get acquainted with the G-spot contours and sensitivity. Remember that this area reacts to pressure.

Experiment with toys.

It may feel strange to stimulate your G-spot with your hands. There are great G-spot vibrators on the market. Place a small amount of lubricant on your vibrator, and if it is curved, insert it so that it points towards the front wall of the vagina.

Experiment with different pressure and movements. Some women enjoy pressure against the G-spot while others prefer vibration. Experiment with sensations to discover what feels pleasurable.

Vary your movements. A circular backwards and forwards motion may be necessary at first, but later you may prefer firmer movements.

Add clitoral stimulation. You’ll know you’ve hit the G-spot when you feel a tingling sensation, the need to urinate and an increase in excitement. When you feel you are nearing orgasm, stimulate your clitoris and keep rubbing your G-spot.

Let go! With repeated stimulation, you will eventually experience a sensation similar to the one you feel when you want to urinate. This causes many women to want to halt the process, yet if you continue, you may receive a nice surprise – ejaculation (this is normal and isn’t urination).

Don’t give up. If you can’t reach orgasm the first time, try again. It can take many practice sessions before you notice anything. Try varying your position, using a different vibrator, changing your breathing or doing Kegel exercises. Also try stimulating your G-spot after an orgasm – when the spot is at its most sensitive.

Don’t set your heart on it. For some woman, G-spot stimulation isn’t as exciting as it is for others. If it isn’t something you enjoy, there are plenty of other techniques to try.

A few hints:

Sexologist Elmari Craig says that when you look at the vagina like a watch face, the G-spot can be found on the inside, upper wall of the vagina at 12 o’clock. “Because the urethra is just behind this area, some women may not enjoy direct stimulation of the G-spot as it often produces a need to go to the toilet. Because of this, it is sometimes best to stimulate the G-spot indirectly with two fingers on eleven and one o’clock,” she writes in her book die A-Z van Seks (in collaboration with Hennie Stander).

What women wants? Implicity

The G-spot can be found using a finger, a sex toy, or when you really know what you’re doing, an erect penis. This can take time, and requires careful exploration with constant feedback. The male prostate gland is referred to as the male G-spot because of its similarity to the female G-spot and their shared ability to help realise deeper, more intense orgasms.

Remember, women can also ejaculate! Some experts believe that stimulation of the G-spot may result in the release of a fluid almost identical in composition to that of prostate fluid after the female orgasm, and sometimes even at the same time. It is believed that this ejaculation goes hand-in-hand with G-spot stimulation, but this hasn’t been proven.

Orgasms FOR HIM:

How do you find her G-spot, and what do you do with it?

Before stimulating the G-spot, you need to pay attention to her clitoris. This will help her release natural lubricants which will make the insertion of your finger more comfortable.

Ask her to lie on her back, and insert the index or the middle finger as far as possible into her vagina. Bend your finger into a ‘come here’ movement and slide your fingertip along the inside upper part of the vaginal wall until you find an area that is rougher than the surrounding area. Make sure that your fingernails are trimmed – sharp talons will definitely spoil the mood! This rough area is the G-spot and when you touch it, she’ll either react with surprise or pleasure!

locating the g-spot

The best positions are those which give you easy access so that you can let your fingers do the talking. Here are two suggestions:

  1. She lies on her back with you lying next to her, using your arm as support.
  2. She sits in a doggy-style position while you sit behind her and wrap your arm around her body, using your hand to stimulate her.

If you don’t get an immediate reaction, ask her if it feels more sensitive when you touch the part that you think is the G-spot. You may need to apply quite a bit of pressure as the G-spot lies within the muscular vaginal wall.

How to stimulate vagina

The best way to stimulate the G-spot with your hand is to tap on it firmly with bent fingers. For some people, it is easier to stimulate the G-spot using different toys. The ideal sexual aid for G-spot stimulation is hard and curved, with some designed specifically for this type of stimulation. Curved toys mean that no guesswork is necessary. Experts believe that using your fingers is the easiest way for her to reach orgasm. With finger stimulation the chances of success are higher than with penetration.

There are certain sexual positions that work well for G-spot stimulation. Sit on the edge of the bed with your wife on top of you, her legs wrapped around your back. While you penetrate her, she can control the depth so that it stimulates her G-spot.

You may consider yourself as one of the best handymen under the sun, but she may not like your handiwork! Some woman simply don’t like direct G-spot stimulation, but may enjoy the penis rubbing against it during intercourse. If your penis bends naturally upwards, your ‘tools’ are perfect . . . but if you aren’t as lucky, you’ll need to find positions which facilitate maximum penis contact with the front wall of the vagina. For this, woman on top or doggy-style positions are best.

Giving Penetrating g-spot orgasm

The only way that you are going to be able to stimulate your wife’s G-spot in the missionary position is to lift her hips using cushions.

penetrative gs-pot orgasm

It helps to place your other hand on the outside of the mons pubis (the pubic hair above the pelvic bone) and lightly massage the skin on the outside, while your fingers are busy working inside. This will strengthen the effect.

Remember that not all women’s G-spots are sensitive. Don’t be discouraged if you don’t get the reaction you had hoped for. Some woman can reach multiple orgasms through this kind of stimulation. It is normal for some not to experience much of a sensation, and may even report discomfort.

There aren’t ‘better’ or ‘more adult’ types of orgasm. G-spot and clitoral stimulation are both wonderful! Don’t make your wife feel that her inability to reach a certain type of orgasm makes her sexually handicapped. Wherever an orgasm comes from, and however it is reached, it remains a sensational experience for every woman!

A piece of good news!

Certain research has shown that the intensity of G-spot orgasms is controlled by the hormone oestrogen. For most women under 30, clitoral orgasms are more powerful thanks to relatively high levels of oestrogen which make the vaginal wall too thick to allow direct stimulation of the G-spot. As estrogen levels decrease in women in their 30s, the vaginal wall becomes thinner and the G-spot easier to find. That’s another reason why women say that they only reach their sexual peak in their thirties!

Welcome to my New Blog

mluceI know how to make anyone look beautiful, but certainly don’t know how to make my blog look like a beauty queen.

My technical knowledge is limited, but not my creativity!

My spelling and grammar sucks, but not my passion!

My love life is vain, but not my love making ability


that’s me…

Marie Luce

…more to come 🙂