People always asked me why I left my ex, let me share: She always complained that I wasn’t like her ex she told me more times than one to be like her ex so I dumped her, that was being like her ex right? There you have it
We live in a society that stresses perfection and sexiness at the same time. The pressure is intense for women. A big butt, thick thighs, small waist, perky breasts and the list can go on and on.
A Harare’s Crowborough man is bitter after allegedly losing his wife to his neighbour whom he trusted as a neighbour and nephew.
Willmore Taonei said he got to know of the illicit affair between his wife Sithule Nyathi and Charles Marima from his Grade One child who told him that they had gone for Christmas holidays in Gweru with the alleged home wrecker.
Nyathi has since disputed the claims, saying Taonei was forcing her to sleep with him yet he is suspected to be suffering from a sexually transmitted infection. She said she could not risk her life and that she was happy to leave him.
Marima could not be reached for comment as he was not picking his mobile phone. Efforts to locate him at his house were futile as he was said not to be though though word was awash in the suburb that the two were allegedly mad in love. Read more…
While sex often leads to deadly diseases and subsequent death if done wrongly, however, when a faithful couple engages in sex at the right time, in the right way, it is said to be a remedy for curing lot’s of diseases and medical conditions.
Below are 25 known medical conditions researchers, doctors and scientists have discovered that sex can easily get rid of
1. Depression: Without the help of researchers, just about anyone can agree that sex will make you feel good about yourself and just a bit more confident. But one researcher has said there’s a scientific explanation that goes a bit farther. Professor Gordon Gallop says that there’s an unknown chemical in semen that has an antidepressant effect on women. Read more…
Daily Mail reported that Cairo University students tried to rip the clothes off a blonde woman as she walked across the campus, sparking outrage across the nation
THE relationship between me and my ex-boyfriend lasted for two years.
I am 23 years old and he is 29. When I met him I thought he was my soulmate.
He is successful and has a great personality.
He is the only man in his family and he has three sisters. He also has a wide circle of friends.
He used to spoil me and take me to fantastic places. In spite of all this, we fought almost daily. Sometimes we fought over small things and sometimes over serious issues. He doesn’t like my family or friends and, to be honest, I don’t really like his family or friends.
Sometimes I can be overly critical towards women, but understand that it comes from love, not hate. I want women to be the best that they can be.
1. Lose the god damn weight
The easiest way for them to have value is by being thin. There is nothing more boner-killing than a girl with blobs of unnecessary tissue that serve as a visceral reminder of her weak character and laziness. Besides a minority of psychologically deficient men who have a fat fetish, the world will never come around to accepting morbidly obese body types.
“He cheated on me !”. The very sentence elicits derision, disgust and a twinge of accusation. Blogs and Facebook groups with followers in the hundreds of thousands exist to condemn the cheating man . The man who dared stray. Before we begin, this is an article about men cheating. Specifically why men should cheat. Women’s infidelity is a totally different story. Yes, women cheat, however the brunt of accusations are borne by men. Men should not be ashamed of this. In fact, we should embrace it, understand it and in the process, accept our nature rather than let the agenda of some women and society keep us ignorant and oftentimes, unfulfilled and deeply troubled in monogamous relationships.