Sexually transmissible infections (STI’s) are passed from one person to another during a bit of ‘rumpty-pumpty’…or ‘how’s your father?’ (Seriously, how strange are euphemisms for getting it on?), from mum to baby during pregnancy and birth or through blood products and tissue transfer (e.g. sharing needles).
The Tantric relationship is idealised as a rhythmic flow of these two energies within and between two individuals. In the heterosexual version of this snakey cosmic tale/tail, the woman longs to open her heart fully, surrendering to and being witnessed by a present and mindful Shiva-god man – like no biggie.
The Year Of The Poonani
Ok, so I know I’m a sex geek and totally dig anything sexological, but I have a big confession to lay down on y’all…I’m not a masturbator. I know you’re all like totally shaking your heads and rolling your eyeballs, muttering “yeah, right”. But unfortunately, I have to fess up, it’s totally true. So I made a decision I’m going to make this year all about me baby – that’s right me and my poonani are going to get a little more familiar.
THE BIRDS AND THE BEES
Birds do it, bees do it, even educated fleas do it – Let’s do it, let’s have a waannnnkkkk!
Masturbation is a perfectly healthy, natural activity – mammals, birds and amphibians have all been observed engaging in a little bit of self-pleasuring…yep, that’s right the monkey really does do some spanking.
SEX IN THE FIRST TRIMESTER IS IT SAFE?
As a sexologist I’m very often asked about the safety of having sex during pregnancy – well here’s the good news – doing the nasty when you’ve got a bun in the oven is not only hot, it’s perfectly safe. If you feel well and sexy – it’s a jolly good idea to have a roll in the hay.