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Love, Sex and Relationship
Three out of the six students of the state College of Health and Technology in Offa town allegedly raped their female colleague in the institution, according to The Commissioner of Police, Kwara State Command, Mr. Ambrose Aisabo on Friday.
During a media briefing in Ilorin The CP said the victim was allegedly drugged by the suspects (names withheld) before they allegedly raped her.
According to the police boss, the suspects allegedly raped the female student ‘mercilessly until she became unconscious.’
He stated that the female student was being treated at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital.
He added that the remaining three suspects would be apprehended and the six suspects prosecuted.
Aisabo also said the command had arrested three suspects (names withheld) for cultism.
The festive seasons are the perfect time for holiday hook ups. during this season you’ll come across a lot of new faces, people are travelling down from different places all coming together to have a great time during the holidays. While your friends who are dating will have each other, you can cast your net into the crowd of hot new people, something you can’t do while in a committed relationship. forget that people look at you with pity and tell you its hard to be alone during that time of the year, its awesome to be single during Christmas….. though not so sure about new years when it clocks midnight and there is no one to kiss you.
1. You have more you time, dating during Christmas means you have to attend every event with your partner. not when you’re single .You can chose not to go, or go and be free to mingle with hotties at the party.
2. Its the perfect time to catch up with your other friends who are single
3. This year you don’t have to worry about what to get your partner for Christmas, this year buy yourself an awesome present.
4. Rather than being depressed about not having a boyfriend or girlfriend, look forward to 2014, plan the year, set goals that will make you a better person.
5.You save yourself awkward moments like having Christmas day lunch with his/her family.
A kiss is regarded as an expression of love, passion, compassion, adoring and affection towards your partner. It is the most effective ways to communicate your feelings without having to say anything in words. Its one of the ways we connect sexually.
The first kiss can be a deal breaker for most people, if the guy or girl doesn’t kiss as well as they want, they don’t even move the relationship to the next level. Everyone wants that person who when their lips come in contact fireworks go out!
Meaning of Kissing?
For some couples, kissing usually signifies the beginning of intimacy between them. Some take it as a sign that the other person is really “interested” in them or that they are moving to the next level in their relationship.
Reasons to kiss.
Kissing keeps the fire burning in your relationship, it lets your partner know that you are still attracted to them and your bond of intimacy is still intact.
The biggest reason why people kiss is to show the other person just how much they care about them. If you deeply care or even love someone, share those feelings with them, kiss them from time to time. Let it express your love for the other person. Don’t hold back. Don’t think about it. Just do it, the experience is nothing short magical.
Its important to kiss your partner EVERYDAY, it lets them know that you care.
Kissing is a great way to initiate lovemaking with your partner as there there are more nerves in the lips,thats why kissing can lead to sex.
The intensity of a kiss lets you know how much your partner is into you.When a guy is urging you towards open mouth kissing, he transfers libido – boosting testosterone so you can want him as much as he wants you
Passionate kisses elevate your blood pressure and cause your heart to beat faster, getting you more excited, and making it easier for you to reach orgasm.
Kissing also comes with health benefits, as kissing for one minute burns 26 calories.
The endorphins you release when kissing are said to be 200 times more powerful than the drug effects of morphine! so get high off kissing.
A Pennsylvania teenager has been accused of beating and raping a 70-year-old nun in the parking lot of a Roman Catholic church.
The incident took place on Friday outside St. Titus Church, located near Pittsburgh.
According to report, the 18-year-old teenager, identified as Andrew Bullock had asked the nun if she needed help which she declined and thanked him. He was said to have grabbed the nun’s neck, choked and punched her, before raping her.
The Police said the nun could not speak when they first arrived because of a dislocated lower jaw, but she managed to write down on a piece of paper that she had been raped. She was reportedly taken to a local hospital, where she was able to speak with police before surgeons worked to fix her jaw.
Bullock was caught by the authorities through a description, as well as a shoe imprint found at the scene of the attack.
Bullock was said to have confessed to the crime after being questioned by officers.
He was later ordered by a judge to be held in lieu of $50,000 bond on charges of felony rape, aggravated assault, sexual assault, as well as a raft of other, misdemeanor charges.
In a statement by The Sisters of St. Joseph, they expressed their sadness over the incident.
“We are deeply saddened and heartbroken by the assault of one of our Sisters.
“As we offer continued prayers of healing for our Sister, we also pray for the young man who has been arrested in the assault.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases or STDs are diseases that spread from one person to another via sexual contact. It spreads when a person carrying the disease-causing organism engages in any kind of sexual activity including, oral, vaginal, anal or genital with another partner without using protection.
The best way to prevent an STD is to practice safe sex at all times. Even so, the number of STD cases is on a rise as many people do not recognise the disease quickly and therefore continue to spread it further.
This article highlights some of the most common STDs one should watch out for.
Chlamydia – Chlamydia is one of the most common STD’s. It is caused by a bacterium called Chlamydia trachomatis which affects a man’s penile urethra and a woman’s cervix. Many times people don’t realise they’ve contracted the disease for months or even years. The most common symptoms to diagnose chlamydia include burning while urinating, abnormal genital discharge and pain during intercourse. A person can be best protected from Chlamydia by practicing safe sex. Chlamydia is also curable.
AIDS/HIV – AIDS/HIV is probably the most commonly known and feared STD. It is caused by a virus called the human immunodeficiency virus, which can be found in any bodily fluids including semen, blood, or breast milk. Most people who’ve contracted the disease show symptoms like flu, fatigue, swollen lymph glands, skin rash, nausea within two months. Although there is no complete cure for AIDS, if diagnosed early, it can be prevented from progressing with a combination of highly active anti-retroviral drugs.
Herpes – Herpes is a silent disease and one may not even know about it if your partner has it. It is contagious and can spread via skin to skin touch. For example, mouth to genital or genital to genital. There are times where people don’t show visible sores but the most common indication of herpes are sores that arise on the penis, vagina, anus or mouth. Even though there is no permanent cure to herpes, there are medical treatments to treat it. Once infected, this virus never goes away and keeps reoccurring two to four times a year.
Crabs – Crabs or pubic lice are mites that lodge themselves in your genitals, hands, fingers or chest hair. They appear as eggs or lice attached to the hair and can spread if left untreated. They cause a person to itch the affected area. Crabs are passed via sexual contact but they can also be contracted from infected bed linen, clothing or toilet seats.
Syphilis – Syphilis is a serious STD, which may not always show symptoms and can be very dangerous. It is caused by a bacterial infection called Treponema Pallidum and is transmitted via direct contact when there is no condom involved. Although symptoms are rare, sores around the rectum, vagina, mouth or genital area indicate the presence of the syphilis virus. There can be one or more sores that appear like big bug bites that are painless. They could also be accompanied by hair loss, sore throat or patchy white skin rash. The easiest way to diagnose it is by testing your blood. The good part is that it can be treated by penicillin or tetracycline. But if left untreated it can cause severe problems like blindness, brain or heart damage or death.
Genital Warts – Genital warts are the most commonly contracted STD. They are caused by a virus called Human Papilloma, which pops up in form of warts around the genital area, hence the name genital warts. Once a person is infected, it may take about three months for the warts to appear. These warts are highly contagious and can cause other symptoms like muscle aches, pain while urinating or swollen glands near the genitals. Even if a person doesn’t see any warts but experiences the following symptoms, he/she should visit a doctor immediately before it gets serious. Unfortunately, this virus cannot be permanently treated although the warts caused by it can be removed every time they appear.
When you’re in bed with your lover, the last thing you want to do is turn them off. That said, here are a few common blunders that you should not commit.
1. Not kissing
Believe it or not, many people (and this includes women) don’t kiss their partner when they’re having sex. Why? Perhaps because the positioning doesn’t allow for it or they are too eager to climax and feel that it might break the rhythm. Nevertheless, it is highly recommended that you make an effort to kiss your partner during the act – it will only add to the experience.
2. Biting before your partner’s ready
While many people enjoy an aggressive partner, biting any part of their body before they are aroused may lead to pain and discomfort (and might even lessen the chances of any further action ) or simply scare them off. So make sure your partner is fully excited before you bite their ear, shoulders, neck or any other part of their body.
3. Ignoring everything but sexualised parts
Genitals are great, no doubt, but you should definitely pay attention to other parts of your lover’s body and focus for some time on their entire body – knees, wrists, back and stomach are highly erogenous zones for men as well as women. Gently caressing these areas will help excite your partner further; in turn, increasing the chances of them pleasuring you back.
4. Putting your weight on your partner
Even if you’re a girl! It’s okay to lose yourself in the moment every once in a while and go crazy on your lover. But when you’re lying on top of them, you have to be careful not to drop your weight on them. Chocking them or hindering their ability to breathe will anyway kill the moment and any chances of some good action.
5. Climaxing too soon/ too late
This one is especially for men. You need to have good control on your muscles to ensure that you can ejaculate at an appropriate time. Too soon and you may leave your partner unsatisfied; too late and it might leave your partner feeling as if they’re pumping iron at the gym. To avoid this, spend a lot more time on foreplay (this will help men as well as women). If you take too long and can only ejaculate via manual stimulation, do your best to get your partner to orgasm and then they can return you the favour.
6. Not warning your partner before you climax
If you’re going to let go – and this applies even to women – whether during oral sex or intercourse, you need to tell your partner beforehand. Something as simple as “I’m going to let go,” will suffice. Your partner deserves to know.
7. Treating sex like porn
Although some couples enjoy having raunchy sex, you’d be wise to talk to your partner before you engage in such behaviour. If you begin being nasty with your lover without knowing if they like it first, chances are the scenario won’t end on a happy note.
8. Staying quiet
Do you like to hear it when your partner is having a good time? So pay them the same respect and speak up when you’re enjoying yourself. Something as simple as a little moan, or even saying something like, “that feels so good,” will encourage them and educate them further on your moan zones.
9. Mechanical act
It may feel comfortable to you to pump away like you do at the gym, but you’ll quickly discover that most people don’t enjoy such an act. Mix it up a little bit; go fast at times, then slowly. Be creative and you’ll find yourself enjoying some variation too.
1. Learn her key strokes: One thing many women love during manual stimulation is a slow build-up. This is how you can achieve it: Lie next to her, lightly bracing the heel of one hand just above her clitoris. Now, run your ring and middle fingers along the length of her outer lips. Graze the skin at first, adding pressure as the tension builds. Cup the area around her clitoris with your palm to add indirect stimulation as most women are too sensitive to receive direct contact early on. As she becomes aroused, brace your hand on her pubic mound, the fleshy area that covers her pubic bone, and tease the clitoris with the middles and tips of your fingers as you move your entire hand.
2. Always be tender on top: During foreplay, gently brush the tops, bottoms, and sides of her breasts; these areas are actually more sensitive than an unaroused areola and bosom. Gradually move in toward her bosoms, paying attention to how she responds. As things heat up, the bosoms will become flushed with blood, and the sensory receptors will become primed for direct stimulation. You’ll kick start the blood flow and lubrication down below, starting her slow buildup.
3. Speak up when she’s naked: Women who worry about the way they look down there are less likely to climax easily during sex, according to researches. And study suggests that women who feel embarrassed or ashamed about their bodies have less sexual experience and are less sexually assertive. Clearly, you have everything to gain with flattery. If you love the way she looks naked, and you do, right? -share the news.
4. Turn her on with your talent: The best sex starts long before the clothes come off. Talent, more than rugged good looks or a chiseled midsection, is a powerful aphrodisiac, according to researches. Demonstrate your sense of humor, for instance.
5. Take her off the clock: Just as you’re concerned about lasting longer, many women are so self-conscious about taking too long that they end up faking climax or deciding to go without. The solution? Stop obsessing over orgasms, that is, yours and hers. A recent brain-imaging study by Swedish researchers shows that relaxation is the single most important factor in bringing a woman to climax. So, tell her she has all night. The better you convey not just tolerance for a lengthy buildup, but also appreciation of her sexual pleasure, orgasm or not, the easier it will be for her to unwind and explode. Know that the studies show that it takes 15 to 40 minutes for the average woman to reach climax, so you have a whole long night to bring her off.