Sexy at 100, Arianne Clément's photographs shine a light on sensuality in old age. Leaving cliches behind, beauty and sexuality in old age are widely unexplored topics.
Photographer Arianne Clément tells us why she decided to shed light on this hidden universe. Each night I squeeze my Paul close to me, we’re like two spoons, and I hold him in my arms all night. Not even a fly could come between us.Christine, 88 years old Paul is 101 years old. The tight embrace of his wife Christine, 88, is endless. Touch is a foreign language — Down To There. My husband and I were lying on the couch in our underwear, drinking wine and sharing silly Facebook videos with each other at the end a long day.
I was deciding whether a pug on a skateboard was share-worthy when he put his hand on my thigh. I froze. My instinct was to focus on the pug video to distract myself from my discomfort around feeling like a request was just made, but I had no idea what that request was exactly. But I’ve been trying to lean into my discomfort lately to see what I can learn. So, even though I was worried it might trigger hurt feelings in one or both of us, I put my hand over his and asked with uncertainty, “What does that mean?”
He looked at me quizzically and said “What do you mean, ‘What does that mean?’” Honestly, his answer surprised me, because his response seemed to indicate that either it didn’t mean anything, or that I was supposed to know what it meant. ARE YOU ADDICTED TO CLIMAX? Tantric Sex. There’s a lot of hype about it! Most people have an idea that its sex that goes on and on. Others have heard that there is no ejaculation. However, not so many people know that it is a whole new reprogramming of the way we handle sexual energy.You see, in most porn and sexual movies we see a style of building sexual energy up against tension. Once the tension can’t hold the sexual energy any more, it releases in a big burst known as a “climax orgasm”.
Stop Calling Everything That Actually Gets Women Off 'Foreplay' What To Do When You And Your Partner Have Different Sex Drives? Many of the couples today complain that they have mismatched libidos; which is the case when one person in the relationship wants more sex than the other one.
They often wonder what happened to those days at the beginning of their relationship when things were easy. They met, they fell in love and having sex was an act that occurred often. However, this honeymoon stage most of the times do not last very long. When normality and daily activities set in and couples settle into their everyday routine, any difference in their sex-drives they had before they met each other will eventually start to show. About 15 percent of men and 34 percent of women say they're not really interested in sex, according to a recent study published in the BMJ Journal earlier this year. When one among the two has more interest in sex and thus a higher sex drive than the other, it's easy for the person with the higher sex drive to feel rejected, unwanted and undesirable.
How To Help Your Partner Feel Sexy Again. We’re always hearing that we could be having better sex, a better orgasm, or a better relationship.
But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist, to help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions will remain anonymous. Please send your sex and relationship inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Want the Best Sex of Your Life? Just Ask! Believing in sexual compatibility hinders your sex life, study finds. Do you believe in 'the one'?
The one with whom you get on better than anyone else but also share a sexual connection like no other? The One Thing Men Want More Than Sex. —RSVP to join weekly calls on Love, Sex & Relationships–How many times have we heard the phrase, “All men want is sex?”
How To Slow Sex Down & Bring Sensuality Back To A Longterm Relationship. We’re always hearing that we could be having better sex, a better orgasm, or a better relationship.
But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist, to help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions will remain anonymous. Please send your sex and relationship inquiries to email@example.com.
Now, onto this week’s topic: how to bring slow, sensual sex back into your long-term relationship. Q: My partner and I live together and are in a long-term committed relationship. The Powerful Practice Of Eye Gazing. How Can I Heal From Sexual Trauma & Learn To Orgasm? Psalm Isadora is the top tantra expert in the world and a highly sought-after sexuality, relationship, and trauma expert specializing in women’s health and empowerment as well as modern sexual education.
In this weekly advice column, Psalm brings her expertise to sexual and relationship issues most people face at one time or another. If you want to ask Psalm your questions (anonymously), email firstname.lastname@example.org. Question: I have been a victim of traumatic sexual experiences and, while I am trying my best to move past my pain into a more pleasing and enriching life, I still struggle, especially with sexuality. Esther Perel: The secret to desire in a long-term relationship.
The Opposite of Addiction is Connection. Right now an exciting new perspective on addiction is emerging.
Johann Harri, author of Chasing The Scream, recently captured widespread public interest with his Ted talk Everything You Know About Addiction Is Wrong, where he concluded with this powerful statement: The opposite of addiction is not sobriety. The opposite of addiction is connection. – Johann Harri These sentiments are augmented by a growing number of experts, including addiction specialist Dr Gabor Maté, who cites ’emotional loss and trauma’ as the core of addiction. 36 Questions To Help You Fall In Love With Anyone. Asking thirty-six specific questions plus four minutes of sustained eye contact is a recipe for falling in love, or at least creating intimacy among complete strangers.
Creating a close rapport between people who have just met is difficult, especially in laboratory conditions. But psychologist Arthur Aaron of Stony Brook University created a method for doing just this. Recently, the method was tested by writer Mandy Len Catron at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. After finding Dr.
Resolving The Intimacy-Desire Paradox: Is More Intimacy Better? Many couples fail to maintain sexual desire in their long-term relationships. Two people who once could not keep their hands off each other gradually lose interest in having sex, at least with their current partner. What is Presence? - Psychosexual Somatics. January 9, 2017 What is Presence? You hear it a lot in various new age, conscious sexuality or therapy worlds – it’s all about Presence. A woman wants her man to be Present. It’s by being Present that we allow the magic, and so on and so on. What's Sex Got To Do With Mindfulness?
If mindfulness can make us happier, healthier, and more compassionate (that is, if the raft of current scientific research is to be believed), what can that same moment-to-moment awareness do for our sex lives? Imagine the possibilities. On the face of it, having enjoyable, loving sex seems like the last thing we might be inclined to tune out. But we all know the kind of mind-wandering that can strike even in the midst of great pleasures. From a mental replay of the staff meeting earlier in the day to obsessing about the final luscious peak of the sex you’re having in that very moment, in lovemaking, as in life, tuning out is a part of being human that’s very difficult to turn off. That’s where mindfulness comes in.
Do Women Want To Be Ravished? Do Women Want To Be Ravished? As a psychologist and couples counselor, I’ve been asked this question by men, women and couples for the last twenty plus years. Especially since the publication of “50 Shades of Grey” and the upcoming movie version, it’s an even more pressing question for many. Now Anne Rice’s B&D “Sleeping Beauty” trilogy is rumored to become a movie or mini-series as well. My specialty is helping couples bring back the passion in their relationship and using fantasy is one way of achieving this. The fantasy of being ravished, being lovingly, yet forcefully taken by her man is consistently in the top five female fantasies, often the number one fantasy. Power of Polarity in a Relationship - What Makes Relationships Work? 8 Ways To Get Turned On And Be More In The Moment During Sex — Without Forcing Anything. 10 Erotic New Year's Resolutions For Those Bored With Sex. There is nothing more boring than people complaining about sexual boredom.
7 ways to put the sexual spark back in your relationship. It happens to the best of couples. In the beginning, the two of you can’t keep your hands off each other. Kinsey Institute Researcher Explains Her Work on Love, Lust and the Brain. Perhaps it's no coincidence that it was during the post-romantic coda with Carroll, and her parallel romance, that Fisher formulated the threefold theory of human attraction that was the ruling insight of her 2004 book, Why We Love.
In this day and age, why do we insist that "sex" still has to be penetrative? The Real Reason so many long-term Relationships fail Sexually. Erotic Touching: 13 Sexually Enhancing Conversations For Couples. Every sexual act is a journey into yourself and your partner. Sexually Enlightened R&B Song. Tantra Is The Opposite Of Porn – Learning How To Actually Be Intimate – Collective Evolution. We're creating a positive news network. Give me a kiss to build a dream on — down to there. Casual Sex: Everyone Is Doing It. Zhana Vrangalova had hit a problem. The 5 Biggest Problems Sex Therapists Hear About From Couples. How to Choose a Lover.