For married women only!: how to have a nipple orgasm

From healthline (Use caution if visiting website).   Your nipples are erogenous zones A lot of what we see in pop culture suggests that the only way women can orgasm is by stimulating the vaginal area. But that’s not true — not by a long shot. It’s possible for a woman to orgasm without ever touching Continue reading For married women only!: how to have a nipple orgasm

On tap and ready to serve

There’s a certain portmanteau you probably heard. It’s very dehumanizing but for some reason, a significant number of women fantasize about it. To these women, there’s something about having full, overflowing, productive breasts, with milk on tap, that strongly appeals to them. But they add an ingredient, which many people find humiliating. Most of our Continue reading On tap and ready to serve

Give her of the fruit of her hands

Her children rise up and call her blessed;     her husband also, and he praises her: 29 “Many women have done excellently,     but you surpass them all.” 30 Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain,     but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised. 31 Give her of the fruit of her hands,     and let her works praise her in the Continue reading Give her of the fruit of her hands

Surprise finding in response to nipple stimulation

From a CBS article Researchers at Rutgers University have mapped the brain areas in women that respond to stimulation of the genitals  WILEY PUBLISHING/BARRY KOMISARUK For many women, nipples are erogenous zones. A new study may explain why: The sensation from the nipples travels to the same part of the brain as sensations from the Continue reading Surprise finding in response to nipple stimulation

Overabundant wellspring: new dilemma resolved

He turns a desert into pools of water, a parched land into springs of water. And there he lets the hungry dwell – Psalm 107:35-36a Gentlemen, imagine walking through your favorite garden, the most beautiful garden of all. Further imagine that in this most beautiful garden are some water fountains. Now picture the fountains gushing Continue reading Overabundant wellspring: new dilemma resolved

God’s Beautiful Design for Women, Day 2

Series: God’s Beautiful Design for Women: Living Out Titus 2:1-5 Program Resources Leslie Basham: People will listen to your beliefs when they’re attracted to your actions. Here’s Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: The gospel will not be heard and received by our culture, by our generation, by your children, by your neighbors, by the people in your Continue reading God’s Beautiful Design for Women, Day 2

God’s Beautiful Design for Women, Day 1

Series: God’s Beautiful Design for Women: Living Out Titus 2:1-5 Leslie Basham: Revive Our Hearts invites you to explore the riches of Titus chapter 2 in a series called “God’s Beautiful Design for Women.” Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: The gospel will not be heard and received by our culture, by our generation, by your children, by your neighbors, by the Continue reading God’s Beautiful Design for Women, Day 1

My husband needs me, not wants me, and he gets his energy from my essence

“It’s very comforting. You come home and know your wife will be there for you. It’s comforting to both parties. And unlike sex where you can’t be distracted, with an ANR, you can watch a movie. I know that he’s not going to go anywhere and be tempted. I think that’s the comfort and appeal Continue reading My husband needs me, not wants me, and he gets his energy from my essence

Feminine lactational resilience

Diabetes, low blood sugar and low carb diets can’t stop milk production, nor do they seriously affect milk composition. Women’s bodies still somehow bear fruit. The Wikipedia article on breast milk says: “Actual inability to produce enough milk is rare, with studies showing that [women] from developing countries experiencing nutritional hardship still produce amounts of milk Continue reading Feminine lactational resilience

Traditional feminists, stay-at-home moms and breadwinning dads

My views on stay-at-home motherhood have evolved over the years. Prior to being saved, I was a 21st century modernist. Even after conversion, I’ve only gradually come to appreciate the value of homemaking women. I’ve since weighed this topic and tried to make up my mind, but since I’ve never been married or engaged, I’ve Continue reading Traditional feminists, stay-at-home moms and breadwinning dads

Feminine strength and vigour

Exodus 1:19: the midwives said to Pharaoh, “Because the Hebrew women are not like the Egyptian women, for they are vigorous and give birth before the midwife comes to them.” 1:21: “And because the midwives feared God, he gave them families.” Unfortunately, many young women have been misled into thinking feminine vigour means using men, Continue reading Feminine strength and vigour

Nursing Bra Buying Guide — Consumer Reports

[*Pardon the references to babies.] Getting Started Nursing bras look like regular bras, but the cups open or lower when you pull them aside, or unsnap, unzip, or unhook the closure. It’s convenient, but not essential, that you be able to open the cup for nursing quickly and simply with one hand. You might be Continue reading Nursing Bra Buying Guide — Consumer Reports

SSN

I feel the need to revisit the topic of ANR traits because it’s often modulated by my real life experiences. Men, if there’s one thing you remember about the ANR-interested woman, let it be that she’s soft. Very much so. In every facet you can imagine. The key is to look for signs of extraordinarily Continue reading SSN

I think God actually does want women to “mother” their husbands, in a sense

I say this very cautiously, cognizant of the taboo cloud that already engulfs ANRs. However, a careful study of Scripture would reveal that God wants husband and wives to sort of “father” and “mother” each other, respectively. From God’s word and life experience, we know women play many roles. They wear the hat of wife, Continue reading I think God actually does want women to “mother” their husbands, in a sense