Sex is great. But for some of us, it’s not always the romantic, enjoyable, carefree activity it should be. Among other issues, a particularly common sexual disorder for men is premature ejaculation. Speaking as a man, I can say exactly how it feels to ejaculate earlier than desired: rough. It can be detrimental to man’s emotions as well as his partner’s. Not only does it disrupt intercourse, it can lead to feelings of shame or embarrassment, especially if it is a frequent occurrence.
It’s 2019, and sexual empowerment has never been more widespread. Historical boundaries are slowly breaking down, and old taboos are finally being laid to rest. With the spirit of this liberation in mind, I want to talk to you about a frequently misrepresented form of sexual pleasure: prostate stimulation. Anyone born with male sex organs has a prostate, but so few of us take the opportunity to explore its potential for sexual stimulation. I firmly believe every man should have a prostate orgasm in order to experience just how pleasurable it can be.
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Madonna has been a champion for the LGBTQ community from the get-go, and the LGBTQ community has long been a champion for her. Before she was ever even famous, one of the first positive influences on Madonna was her ballet teacher, Christopher Flynn. Flynn, a gay man, was reportedly the first person to tell Madonna that she was beautiful and that she had a special gift to offer to others.
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