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Ladies: Have you touched your partner in that special place lately? If you haven’t you just might be missing out on some super excitement! So what am I talking about? The Perineum of course.

We all have one.
It is rich in nerves and has great potential to be aroused during fore-play and intercourse.On the ladies it is behind the vaginal opening and before the anus.

Or as I heard it at one of my parties, if its between the ‘giney and the heinie or Ain’t her cooter, ain’t her pooter. And while it is a pleasure area for women, we would probably get better benefit from stimulation to other areas like: clitoris, g spot, vaginal opening or anal opening.

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From Babydolls and chemises to corsets and costumes, some people – especially women –  don’t fully understand the benefits of lingerie. They think that skimpy, sexy outfits that display a woman’s charms are only sexual enhancement for men. If that’s how you enjoy using lingerie, fine. It definitely works!

What man doesn’t love looking at a woman in lingerie? Not only do men love seeing women in lingerie, something amazing usually happens when a woman puts on the right lingerie. She not only looks sexy, but she feels sexy, she becomes sexy. Lingerie can boost confidence and help shed inhibitions. The right lingerie can turn nearly any woman into a smoldering sex kitten.

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Women were discouraged from having orgasms during the Middle Ages because it was thought that orgasms made women less capable of getting pregnant.

Boy are we glad they were wrong on that one!

The first electric vibrators appeared in the late 19th century, still camouflaged as therapy for hysteria and sold only to doctors. Over time, magazine advertisements began offering vibrators to women for self-treatment of hysteria at home. In 1918, Sears and Roebuck touted one vibrator as a “very satisfactory…aid every woman appreciates”. Another advertisement in a 1921 issue of Heart’s Magazine urged men to buy the devices for their wives to keep them “young and pretty” and free from the scourge of hysteria.

During the 1920’s, early “blue” movies showed women using the devices for sexual stimulation. This stripped the vibrators of their social camouflage. By 1930, they were no longer openly advertised.

Today, of course, vibrators are popular sexual and marital aides, and are clearly sold for sexual purposes. While some retailers continue to try to camouflage them as “massagers”, there is one large catalogue company that says its dual-speed massager is “perfect for those hard-to-reach places”.

True…and a few places within easy reach as well.. Of course, at Passion Parties we are here to help you will all your places. Visit me at my place online at to see my stuff!

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Many Normal, Healthy Women Don’t Produce Much Vaginal Lubrication. In the 1960’s, pioneering sex researchers William Masters, M.D., and Virginia Johnson described vaginal lubrication as an early sign of women’s sexual arousal. They maintained that the vagina produces lubrication fairly quickly as women become aroused. But for many perfectly normal, healthy women, vaginal lubrication takes much longer to appear, and when it does, there may not be much of it. Why not?

Just as women’s heights vary, so does their production of vaginal lubrication. There is nothing wrong with women who don’t produce much. Some women just don’t self-lubricate very well. Women who become “too” lubricated may also feel abnormal, and suffer embarrassment about soaking the sheets. If this is an issue for you, try placing a towel or two under yourself.

There are also many other things that play a factor in natural lubrication levels. Pretty much anything that affects your hydration level, will also have an effect on your lubrication level.


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Four percent of American women own no undergarments.


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Who would have guessed?

Women were discouraged from having orgasms during the Middle Ages because it was thought that orgasms made women less capable of getting pregnant.

Boy are we glad they were wrong on that one!

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