Dear Dan: I met a guy right around the time my boyfriend dumped me. I met him on a dating site, but he was really only interested in my boobs and me giving him head. I should have said no, but I was feeling very shitty about myself and thought I had nothing to lose. I almost cut him out completely after an older coworker touched my butt—I confided in this guy, and he told me it would be hot if I showed my coworker a photo of my boobs. And while you may think you have nothing to lose, this asshole clearly sees what you have to lose: your self-esteem, which he is disassembling bit by bit. But they do it for the right reason— they do it because it turns them on.
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Art: ZootGhost. Every major civilization since the ancient Egyptians has used them to administer medicines, clear up constipation, refill the body with fluids, or simply to get fucked up. Benjamin Franklin was reportedly a huge fan of enemas back when they were called clysters. During the Medieval period, the French liberally employed enemas — known then as glisters — as a self-cleansing technique. The latter involves repeated injections of fluid into the bowels as opposed to just one insertion. The Mayans used them during rituals , administering substances such as alcohol, tobacco, and water lily flowers through their rectums to get inebriated. Along with horseback riding and getting spun around on a stool to induce dizziness, enemas were seen as a means of curing depression in the 19th century.
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However, few studies have explored enema use practices. Through online surveys, we examined personal, behavioral, and environmental factors associated with enema use. Development and promotion of a non-damaging, non-water based enema specifically for use in anal sex is recommended. In addition, the seemingly contradictory recommendations that water-based lubricant is recommended for anal sex but water-based enemas are dangerous need to be reconciled into a single consistent message.
I am a married year-old post-menopausal woman. My libido has diminished significantly, and it takes me much longer to climax. My husband gets tired sooner and is unable to maintain an erection as long as he used to this makes it even more difficult for me to climax. I have taken up an activity I did in my 20s when I was single: giving myself enemas.