Oral Sex Etiquette

Sun, 02/17/2013 - 14:09 — Latoya Brathwaite

Oral Sex Etiquette

Last week we talked about the taboo and stigma still attached to oral sex. Now we’ll have a look at the dos and don’ts of oral sex etiquette.

What’s Wrong With Eating?

Sat, 02/09/2013 - 15:31 — Latoya Brathwaite

What’s Wrong With Eating?

Cunnilingus.

Cunnilingus.

Cun-ni-lin-gus.

Surviving Christmas With A Neurotic Family

Mon, 12/24/2012 - 19:31 — Pauline Neckles

Surviving Christmas With A Neurotic Family

Christmas is a time for togetherness. Many families who may or may not have seen each other during the year choose this holiday to gather and celebrate the season. Tensions can be palpable within large families and among differing personality types.

Surviving Christmas On A Diet

Mon, 12/17/2012 - 20:18 — Pauline Neckles

 Surviving Christmas On A Diet

For many across the world, this is the favourite season of the year. Christmas means gifts, family outings and let’s not forget about the parties. Various tasty treats and foods are a big part of making Christmas special.

The Secret Power Of Acceptance

Fri, 12/07/2012 - 13:19 — Dr. Brad May

The Secret Power Of Acceptance

One morning I went to the refridgerator and poured myself some orange juice. Tasting it, I grimaced and forced it down. It was terrible!

Curious, I asked my wife. She said she'd tried an experiment and mixed some left-over lime juice with the orange juice.

That was interesting. I thought, and tasted it again. I like citrus fruits. It wasn't too bad. I finished the whole glass, enjoying it.

Notice that the juice didn't change - only my considerations about it. Changing your considerations, or point of view, about a situation, rather than changing the situation itself, is the acceptance model.

Three Shades Of Shyness

Wed, 12/05/2012 - 19:47 — Latoya Brathwaite

Three Shades Of Shyness

I once was the little girl—not much taller than I am today— who sat inside and played teacher with my dolls while my sister enjoyed cricket and dodge ball with my next door neighbours outside on their lawn. At that age, I was happy in my own company. I loved to draw and write… and it seemed like such a hassle to go outside for going outside’s sake, when I knew I wouldn’t be as comfortable as I was doing my own thing. About twelve years later, I see where my introversion turned to shyness or somehow they overlapped.

Healthy Ways To Gain Weight

Thu, 11/15/2012 - 13:43 — Latoya Brathwaite

Healthy Ways To Gain Weight

Back in 2005, Barbadian soca artiste Captain Sawyer made a song that became highly popular and eventually gained him the People’s Monarch title for that Crop Over season. Although I can’t seem to find the lyrics on Google, I think most people can remember the line, “I like them big, and fat, and thick!” It was a tribute to the big girls, and hey everyone deserves to feel special. If you’re big, then you love it or work on it.

Most Reasons Are Lies

Wed, 11/07/2012 - 18:56 — Dr. Brad May

Most Reasons Are Lies

The first problem with reasons is that they're irresponsible. If I do something because of something else, that something else has the power, not me. For instance, to say I'm late because I was held up at the office is avoiding my responsibility in the matter.

Should We Embrace Our Pubic Hair?

Mon, 10/29/2012 - 18:09 — Latoya Brathwaite

Should We Embrace Our Pubic Hair?

You know what isn’t fun? Getting a Brazilian wax down there but many young women do it anyway.

How Attached Are You To Your Tech?

Mon, 10/29/2012 - 15:57 — Pauline Neckles

How Attached Are You To Your Tech?

I am travelling for a five-day trip soon. One thing not coming along for the ride: technology. I am leaving computer, BlackBerry, tablet all behind and being completely unplugged for five days.

That would be the longest I have ever been without connection to my social media accounts, email and games like Words with Friends in about 3 years.

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