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After sex we go to the shower

After sex we go to the shower

After sex we go to the shower

Visit siteModel moment: The actress injected a touch of Alist glamour to her Manhattan look with a black and white Cline handbag and dark, retrostyle shadesKate posted snaps on Instagram of her drinking champagne in a white bath robe with her friends, before heading out in matching squad and bride baseball caps.It wasnt clear whether it was Kates bridal shower or her own, but alongside one of the shots, she wrote: No better place to relax, rejuvenate and celebrate.The model announced her engagement to baseball star Justin Verlander, 34, at the Met Gala in May 2016 after dating for over three years.Kate was seen cheering on theHouston Astros player as they took on the New York Yankees atMinute Maid Park in Houston, Texas, on Friday.Out and about: Kate added height to her frame with a pair of black suede heeled boots and opted for natural makeup to show off her beautiful featuresStepping out in style: The catwalk queen looked happy and relaxed as she emerged from her hotel for a night out on the townGirls trip: It seems the star was at The Plaza for a friends bridal showerThe model admitted she wasnt enjoying the wedding planning process in an interview with Extra in August, and admitted the couple were yet to set a date.She said: Im really excited about the engagement and Im really excited about getting married. Its just the wedding planning sucks.Its gonna be a good date no matter what. As long as were surrounded by friends and family.There are so many dresses and designers its been fun to look around. Im excited to finalize everything.In spite of her envyinducing figure, theSports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl recently admitted she doesnt feel bodyconfident.Cheers to that! It wasnt clear whether it was Kates bridal shower or her own, but alongside one of the shots, she wrote: No better place to relax, rejuvenate and celebrateGirls gone wild:Kate posted snaps on Instagram of her drinking champagne in a white bath robe with her friends, before heading out in matching squad and bride baseball capsIn a Yahoo Style interview from May, Kate explained: Im still not confident in a bathing suit! Thats why you eat healthy and work out, to feel your best. You always have struggles. Its not like I always feel my best.Everybody has moments where they dont feel confident in a bikini. Its what were striving for: selflove. We work our way up. When I dont feel my best, thats OK.Im not trying to be fit for a number on a scale. Whenever Im happiest, I try to maintain that. I dont need a number.I try to eat healthy and work out and keep up a healthy lifestyle. But if I want a treat, I allow myself that freedom. I weighttrain, which also really helps raise my metabolism and gives me the ability to enjoy food.Happy couple:The model announced her engagement to baseball star Justin Verlander, 34, at the Met Gala in May 2016 after dating for over three yearsBride to be:Kate was seen cheering on the Houston Astros player as they took on the New York Yankees at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas, on FridayRead more:

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MbbbggOMG! I have to tell you all my experience. I am a newly Wed, I remained abstinent for 2 years before marriage as well as my husband. No std or anything!! No cheating,were good!..... So months after noticing I would have a fishy odor for a few days, on and off, I began to get irritated because I did not know what was going on. I stopped using my summers eve that Ive always used the spray or even baby wipes, thinking this was throwing off my ph balance. Or something.then I noticed I still had a fishy odor on and off. I finally realized after months it was happening after I was having intercourse with my husband.I did so much research on Google and so many women had the same experience. I then figured out semen affects women, causing bv or bv symptoms. Most were saying to douche with peroxide, or take meds. I finally made my hubby go get checked and his doctor and mine said semen is mixing with my fluids causing me to have a fishy odor. I was a little distraught but I came to terms with it. So, by coincidence, the next few days came around and we had intercourse as usual, I then used a wet paper towel to clean up the semen and threw it in my bedside trash can. I repeated this 3 days in a row. So today I was laying on the bed when I noticed the fishy odor again. I kept getting a whiff of it thinking the smell was trapped in the mattress. So I was a little frustrated. That my mattress had a odor to it. I happened to decide to investigate where the odor seemed to be the strongest and, to my surprise, IT WAS THE SEMEN ON THE PAPERTOWEL IN THE TRASH CAN. I smelled it and immediately the smell hit me hard! It was crazy, so now I am on a search to find out what is causing it because I realized it is not me at all, its my husband!! I get upset because women always feel its us, however Google Searches have allowed me to find that many men say their semen smells fishy. And I have witnessed it!! So not saying what me and many women are experiencing is not bv but we take all these meds and the issue in my case is only odor.!! And it turns out it is not me! I had to post this because this is a major find!! I now can research this through males perspectives and experienceS because they may be the underlying issue, in my case, my husbands semen is fishy not me!! So hope this helps!!Comment

Pee On Me: My First Golden ShowerPosted on March 4, 2009Do you want to try peeing on me?My boyfriend and I are driving back from a weekend at home with my parents when he asks me the golden question, and although urinating on someone hasnt ever been locked away in my secret fantasies vault, I approach the topic with the same philosophy I usually do when confronted with new sexual experiences: Why not?Sure I could pee on you, honey, I reply. Do you want to pee on me?Yeah, Id like to see what its like .So were going to pee on each other, that much is settled, and after a little more conversation the additional details are worked out. Well do it in the shower as soon as we get home and facesmouthsetc. are absolutely offlimits. Besides being a little antsy because I already have to go potty badly and Toronto is still half an hour off, Im satisfied with the plan. When we turn into our driveway Im excited salvation is near and apparently, so is my boyfriend.Guess what? he asks me excitedly.What?From thinking about the peeing thing?Yeah.Thats exciting.It is, but it could be a problem. I dont know if I can pee with an erection.Well then I better go first. Maybe then youll lose your erection.Or maybe it will get bigger.Well, well cross that bridge when we come to it. I tell him wisely as I hop out of the car, grab my bags from the trunk and hightail it inside. As soon as the bathroom is in sight the urge to relieve my bladder gets all the more violent and I start whipping off clothes like theyre on fire.Wait wait! my boyfriend protests, running in behind me as I hop out of my pants, You look sexy! Can you get undressed slower, so I can enjoy it?Only if you want me to pee on the floor and not on your face! I yell as I skittle into the bathroom and turn on the shower. Now get in here STAT!He tears off his clothes without protest and leaps into the shower. EYYYOW ITS TOO HOT!I feel the temperature. No its not. I rebuke.It is! Its ridiculously hot. THIS is why youre always complaining about having chapped skin.Really? But I moisturize after showersYeah with that horrible lotion from, like, the dollar store.Hey, that stuff is classy! Its from Shoppers Drug Mart!Fine, whatever, never mind, JUST GET IN HERE AND PISS ON ME!He lies down on the shower floor and I step in and position myself above him. I dont even ask if hes ready before I let er rip! I produce a steady stream of pee that continues for at least ten seconds (I really had to go), and also consists of no less then two farts that accidentally eek out. Oops.Sorry about the farts, I tell my boyfriend. They just kinda came out.Thats okay.So did you like it?Yeah, I kinda did. It was it was such a thick stream. He tells me observantly.Umm, well thank you, I reply, I drink a lot of water.Now its his turn to do business on me so we carefully switch positions. Miraculously hes able to squeeze the pee out, despite his slight erection (and we both give out a little whoop to celebrate). But truth be told, as soon as the warm stream hits my belly I know this isnt for me. Trying to suck it up anyway (after all, I FARTED on him), I make an expression on my face that I hope looks like a seductive smile. But as usual he catches my fake and asks me whats wrong.I dont like it. I say, standing up abruptly midstream. Hes now peeing on my leg.No? How come?Just not my cup of tea. And it smells funny. I add.Oh, well thats okay. I guess if we want to do it again you could just pee on me from now on.That sounds like a good plan.Hes finally done his business. Want to have sex now? He asks.We try to have sex, but either were too big or our shower is too small (I prefer to blame the shower) so we cant get into any good positions . We simply proceed to fight over the soap and shampoo while trying not to elbow one another in the face. Ah, amour.Lesson learned: Golden showers can be nice, but theyre not for everyone. If youre the least bit curious DO try this at home and report back. Special note: I recommend trying both the peeee and the peeer position to identify which you like best.More Stories from Sex Relationships You Might Enjoy

68 CommentsEvery woman experiences motherhood differently so naturally our return to sex after birth will differ. I felt alone when the women around me were talking about how horny they were hours after giving birth. I felt there was something wrong with me. I never want another woman to feel that way. No matter what is going on you are not alone. This story is not rainbows and cotton candy. This is my experience and mine alone. Youve been warned.If someone had asked me about sex after Jack was born I might have said that it would never occur again in my lifetime. I read in various places that I should wait 46 weeks, but I ignored it. I had way too much to think about. Who in the world was thinking about sex after birth?! When Jack turned 46 weeks old I was flabbergasted that people were expected to be ready to have sex. I mean the blood, the stitches, the gore!! The thought of something going in my vagina seemed just as traumatizing as the experience of a baby coming out. Not to mention the lack of desire. I thought youve got to be kidding me! To be honest, I dont even think my husband was over the sight of seeing me push our son out of my vagina over a period of 30 hours. He wanted nothing for me but to be comfortable, healed and happy.I lasted only a few days before I couldnt stand the curiosity anymore. I took a mirror and angled it down to my vagina. Oh. My. Fucking. God. That was certainly never usable again. I had an episiotomy. I could see stitches. It looked like there were several incisions (I later learned there were not, it was just such a huge mess that it seemed like someone had taken a hacksaw to it). It was covered in blood. No matter how much I sprayed that damn peri bottle at it. I couldnt even tell where the opening was. Sex? Are you crazy?But it wasnt just the state of my vagina that made the 46 weeks recommendation laughable. I had absolutely no desire to have sex. I was completely stunned by life. I hadnt had time to absorb my new role as a mom. Before Jack I couldnt relax enough to have sex if there was a dirty dish in the sink. Now my life was turned upside down. My very identity was in question. I did not suffer from Postpartum Depression, but I had some dark moments. I couldnt figure out how shitting and showering fit into my life anymore much less an intimate moment alone with my husband.I bled for 2 months after Jack was born. Yes, you heard me. 2 months! So that completely took away the perk of not getting my period for 9 months. I went in after 6 weeks to get my pap smear. When I say I was terrified I am making an enormous understatement. I thought about this for weeks beforehand. I was petrified. She was going to have to use the speculum. Also known as the duck bill, evil clamp and car jack. Oh dear lord. How was I going to live through that? I panicked at the thought of it. My heart raced. I got sweaty and short of breath. I was truly scared of going through with this. I contemplated never returning to her office. Due to the continued bleeding she had to reschedule. I was relieved in the moment, but the anxiety just continued to build when I left.One evening I was cruising around a mommy group that I had joined. Someone brought up the topic of sex. My friend casually stated something about having sex. My mouth fell open and my stomach turned upside down. She has had sex since giving birth? I couldnt comprehend this. I asked her if I understood her correctly. She said yes, and I think its even better now because I am a bit tense about it. So, not only has she been having sex she been enjoying it and not only has she been enjoying it she has been enjoying it more than before giving birth? I was literally stunned for like a whole week. Could not stop thinking about it. I must really be the only one left who isnt having sex.My husband and I had open conversations about this. I expressed my fears. He said he understood. I am sure after a few months passed he was wondering when I would start to move to a new phase in mommyhood. As with any longterm relationship sex had been a topic of discussion before. We had gone through rough patches and smooth patches and back to rough patches. Translation: He always wanted to have sex. Sometimes I did, sometimes I didnt. Sometimes I would go long periods of time not wanting to. This always made him feel rejected and undesirable. Most of the time these rough patches (the long periods of time when he wanted to have sex and I didnt) were very rough. We worked through it because we love each other. I never had an answer as to why I would go so long not wanting to have sex. I still dont know.Another layer of complication was that it took some time to change our thinking about sex. We had sex for fun for 10 years. We had to relearn sex for the purposes of procreation. Now we had to relearn it again as something for fun to celebrate our relationship. Have sex for fun? You mean I am supposed to be excited about the fact that you are going to put your penis into the slaughtered mess that was now my vagina? Yeah, sounds like a ball of fun.I returned to the doctor for the ever dreaded pap smear. It was totally painless. I told her I was afraid to have sex after birth. She said I would be OK physically and that I should consider doing it soon so that my mind didnt start to make it worse than it really was. I understood what she meant and the painless pelvic exam decreased my anxiety. However, we still had to deal with the logistics of it. I didnt want to. Even if I could muster up some desire when would this happen? Where would this happen? Even if I wasnt going to tear any stitches anymore why did I feel so raw? My skin was healed, but there was still so much going on down there. It felt like there was extra skin. I felt like my vagina was wide open. Like if I put in a tampon it would fall right back out. Would I ever be the same again?We finally made it happen one night on the couch (cosleepers do it in the whatever room is free!). It was painless and that is all I remember. That is all I was concerned about. Even 14 months postpartum I still have little desire to have sex, but we have been actively trying to conceive since about 6 months postpartum so it happens on a regular basis. I am a Mama with her eye on the prize so I suck it up and make it happen. We are always trying to finish as fast as possible since Jack seems determined to be an only child. He has become an expert cock blocker. I dont have much concern with the lighting, the position, the foreplay or the heat. For now the purpose of sex remains as a means to procreate and not just for the fun of it. Its business and we are happy with that for now.My vagina seems to be back to normal, mostly. That gaping hole feeling is gone. I suppose the muscles strengthened back up. I am not exactly the same down there, but its good. I have my agenda permanently out on the table to mark the days of my cycle. I started my period about 7 months postpartum and by 10 months it was regular. We plan our sex according to the calendar. Still no baby. Please send me your baby vibes so we can do all this over again.Abby Theuring, MSW

Share this articleShareHe adds: This modern notion that waking in the middle of the night is a bad thing can actually be destructive to the quality of our sleep.For instance we wake at 3am and lie there becoming anxious about not sleeping, whereas we should simply get up and occupy our minds with something distracting but relaxing such as doing a jigsaw or reading a book until our bodies tell us were ready to sleep again.If cavemen had slept through the entire night theyd have been eaten alive.DAILY SIN: RINSING AFTER BRUSHING TEETHRinsing washes away the protective flouride coating left by the toothpaste, which would otherwise add hours of protectionFight the urge to rinse after cleaning your teeth, says London dentist Dr Phil Stemmer, from The Fresh Breath Centre in London.Rinsing washes away the protective flouride coating left by the toothpaste, which would otherwise add hours of protection.I try to avoid drinking any fluids for at least half an hour after brushing its a strange sensation at first, but you quickly get used to it.And I dont even wet my toothbrush under the tap before brushing as this can dilute the effect of the toothpaste. Theres plenty of moisture in your mouth without adding excess water.And whatever you do dont clean you teeth straight after eating, he says.Wait at least half an hour because the food acids and sugars temporarily weaken the protective enamel on the teeth. If you clean your teeth too soon, you are actually brushing away at the enamel before it hardens again.The best routine is to brush your teeth before meals, and then freshen up after eating using an alcoholfree mouthwash.DAILY SIN: SITTING ON THE LOOSquatting instead of sitting on the toilet is a more natural position, and requires less strainingModern toilets are bad for us, suggests research.A study published by Israeli scientists in the journal Digestive Diseases and Sciences revealed that squatting instead of sitting is a more natural position, and requires less straining. This in turn reduces the risk of bowel problems such as haemorrhoids and diverticular disease.Both cause painful swellings in the gut.Dr Charles Murray, Secretary of the British Society of Gastroenterology and consultant gastroenterologist at the Royal Free Hospital, says that for the majority of us, opening our bowels is one of those things we dont often think about, but it is actually a complicated physiological process.He advises patients who are having trouble with bowel movements to place something under their feet while seated on the toilet, as this helps to simulate the squatting position.He explains: Placing a sixinch footrest under your feet and leaning forward on a regular sitting toilet may help, and this effect could be achieved to a lesser extent with toilet rolls placed under the feet.Raising the feet in this way on a regular basis may well result in shorter visits to the loo and less straining.DAILY SIN: CLEANINGThose who took on most of the responsibility for running the home had significantly higher blood pressure than those who left it to their partnerIts the perfect excuse to unplug the vacuum and abandon the washing up housework can actually be bad for your health, according to research published earlier this year.Scientists in the U.S. tested over 100 working men and women and found those who took on most of the responsibility for running the home had significantly higher blood pressure than those who left it to their partner.The strongest link with high blood pressure came from worries over how to get domestic chores such as cooking, cleaning and shopping done.The findings, published in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine, suggest its not the workload itself but the stress about how to cope with it that causes the damage.And, added to this, studies suggest that using household cleaning products could increase the risk of developing asthma. Data from the Municipal Institute of MedicalResearch in Spain found using cleaning sprays and air fresheners as little as once a week could be contributing to as many as one in seven cases of adult asthma.The nineyear study looked at more than 3,500 subjects across 22 centres in ten European countries and found the risk of asthma was 40 per cent higher in people regularly exposed to cleaning sprays than in others.The risk of developing asthma increased with frequency of cleaning and number of different sprays used.DAILY SIN: BREATHING WRONGLYAs we get older we revert to the more inefficient style of chest breathing. Luckily, you can train your body to go back to breathing properlyAsk anyone to take in a deep breath and they will no doubt puff out their chest as they inhale but this is wrong, says Neil Shah, psychotherapist and director of the Stress Management Society.As babies we all breathed from our bellies, which uses all the lung capacity, he says.But as we get older we revert to the more inefficient style of chest breathing.This means that stale air lingers in the bottom of our lungs, and because our lungs have a finite capacity this means that fresh air doesnt reach this lower section.Yet its the bottom section of the lungs that contains the warmest and wettest blood vessels the most efficient for gas exchange and moving oxygen into the blood.Luckily, you can train your body to go back to breathing properly, he says.To practice it, try to inflate your stomach as you breathe in, while keeping your chest relatively still imagine a beach ball inflating in the space between your belly button and your spine, pushing your tummy out.Then contract your abdominal muscles on the exhale.Breathing should be rhythmical and regular, with between 12 and 20 breaths a minute, and a short pause between the inbreath, outbreath. Just a few minutes each day practising can have a huge effect it can help combat stress and even lower blood pressure.DAILY SIN: RELAXING AFTER DINNERIf youre inactive during the evening, or you eat just before bed, your bodys more likely to lay down that food as fatWeve all been there after a busy day you whip up a quick supper before relaxing on the sofa for an hour and then head towards your bed.If youre inactive during the evening, or you eat just before bed, your bodys more likely to lay down that food as fat, says Claire MacEvilly, nutritionist at the Human Nutrition Research laboratory at Cambridge University.If you shift your calorie intake to the morning, eating a large breakfast instead, youre more likely to burn through those reserves by carrying out normal activity later in the day, she says.But taking a brisk 20minute walk after dinner as you should means theres no reason why eating your evening meal at 8pm, or even 9pm should make you put on any weight.The real key to not putting on weight, she says, is regular, small meals: Having a light supper followed by some relaxing exercise is a healthy extension of that.Share or comment on this articleMost watched News videos