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Can a husband rape his wife?

About two weeks ago, a South African feminist reported to the police that her husband had raped her. He was arrested and detained, later to be released on bail pending further investigations. The question on the lips of many is simple: Can a husband rape his wife? The answer is simple; the Advanced Learner’s Dictionary defines rape as to ‘force ...

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Women: 10 tips for satisfying your man

Regardless of our status, single or married, gay or straight, and social status, everyone wants to learn how to be good in bed. However, the question is how? Is it something in-born or one that can be learnt? Are there technical skills needed or it is just about having confidence or having sensual vibe? Women sometimes are passive in making ...

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4 Things you should never, ever do to your vagina

If your vagina were a song, she’d be Destiny’s Child “Independent Women, Part 1″—she can take care of herself. Despite that universal truth, though, some ladies still insist on messing around or tidying up down there in the most, ah, creative of ways. Here are four common moves that can go very, very wrong. 1. Stay far away from steaming ...

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Are you masturbating?

In our era of sexual explosion, one disturbing case of sexual abuse is masturbation—sexual self-pleasing that involves some form of physical stimulation of the genitals which usually includes fondling, caressing and stroking of the genitals, which may or may not result in orgasm. Masturbation is increasing fast in Ghana and everywhere maybe because single life is increasing. Many people masturbate ...

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‘Female Viagra’ approved by US drug agency

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a libido-enhancing drug for women that has been dubbed “female Viagra”. Flibanserin, a drug produced by Sprout Pharmaceuticals, recently passed an FDA advisory committee meeting. The pill is designed to assist premenopausal women regain their sex drive by boosting levels of certain brain chemicals. The drug has been criticised as having ...

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This is what ladies with small breasts want you to know

1. They’re sensitive … in a good way. In fact, University of Vienna researchers found that large breasts are 24 percent less sensitive than small breasts. So, don’t make the mistake of thinking it’s the other way around. Small boobs like attention too. 2. But take the bra off first. I might be wearing a sexy little lace number, but ...

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I Am Gay- Says Ghanaian Pastor’s Kid

The new Big Brother housemates have only just gone into the house and already one has revealed that she is gay. In the living room, Harriet asked her fellow housemates about their relationship status, which led to committed Christian and pastor’s daughter Adjoa Mensah revealing that she is gay, sparking a hilarious reaction from Kieran, who, Amy quipped, was ‘wounded’ by the revelation. ...

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How to lower your cholesterol level

High cholesterol levels are lowered by changes in dietary or food intake, exercise and with drugs. There is much more advantage in changing your diet and exercising as a means to lower cholesterol than depending on drugs all the time. Some people take drugs, gets the cholesterol levels lowered and after two to three months, the levels increase again. They ...

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Man, 40, without penis has bedded 100 women

Andrew Wardle, 40, from Greater Manchester, UK, has bedded over 100 women despite the fact that he doesn’t have a penis. Andrew has revealed all about his life in TLC’s The Man With No Penis which sees him confess his life-long secret to friends and family – including his unsuspecting, long-term girlfriend, Fedra – and investigates life-changing surgery that could ...

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Fighting Cancer Takes Personal Strength and Modern Medicine

Two months ago, my sister, Marie, underwent emergency surgery. They discovered cancer throughout her abdomen, including a tumor on the outside of her colon that had blocked the colon and necessitated removal of much of her large intestine. Monday she began chemo treatments. Today, she is teaching. This speaks to both her strength and the strength of modern medicine. Just ...

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