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WOULDNT IT BE NICE TO HIT A QUARTER TWICE

In #SeveralLayersDeep, Communication, education, encouragement, fitness, Griot, Networking, Science, Self Improvement on May 14, 2022 at 1:43 pm

Every morning that I wake up, I thank God that I’m alive.
I’ve been doing this for decades now. How many exactly? Five.

Multiplying 5×10 means that your arithmetic is nifty.
Let’s see what the Sexual Bucket Lists holds for an intimate 50.

Psychology Today notes “that “sex” is not necessarily limited to intercourse. In research into the lives of older adults, the definition of “sexual behavior” includes “physical tenderness” and can include masturbation.”

That’s what’s up and surely you know as much…
Shucks! I’m a chick who digs à la human touch.

I’m also a woman who loves deep diving into research.
I’m into all that feels good, and knowledge doesn’t hurt.

A person with high intellect is often called a “Good Head.”
I’m into lobe wrinkles, thoughts, and thinkers, the well-spoken, and well read.

I do enjoy [a] Good Head.
Don’t shy away now. You heard what I said.

Hold my hand and let’s hug-it-out a little.
Whisper new 411 in my ear and effect my middle.

What kind of intellect are you wielding?
I’m twenty-five twice, a research nerd, and touch-giving.

I’m a little different, but not that much.
I’m into hugs, kisses, and making love.

Some of the topics that thwart 25×2 from being intimate —
stem from health issues, energy levels, and lack of touching it.

For many women, intimacy starts early in the morning,
with a.m. conversation that is prompted after yawning.

It’s a head game for us, the “sweet things” that our partner says.
It’s intellect for me; let the lobes of my dome be fed.

Whisper sweet intentions that are dealt from the heart.
Intentions are equivalent to flint and will tend chemistry’s spark.

Photo by Yohann LIBOT on Unsplash

Intimacy isn’t born out of thin air like it did in your teenage years.
So, here’s some intimate 411 to help you and your bed mate/dear:

Psychology Today reports

  • Sex brings pleasure. Dopamine, released during orgasm, is associated with our basic reward system.
  • Sex increases oxytocin, the “cuddle” hormone, and so promotes bonding, positive feelings of attachment, and trust.
  • Sex increases testosterone in both men and women. Frequency of sex in younger men appears to protect them from prostate cancer later in life and to enhance the physiology of sexual functioning in women, preventing chronic cystitis, eventual prolapse, and incontinence. It is associated with increased survival in men, especially from heart attacks.

This is major news and is known to reverse the lack-of-intimacy blues.
Psychology Today also yields research on scientific behavioral views:

  • Sex is movement. and movement is related to happier moods, regardless of what time of day, at least in the (generally younger) 10,000+ people who participated in a random time-sampling study using a smartphone app to track movement and collect self-report data. People who moved—regardless whether the movement was “exercise” or not—recorded happier moods and had higher life satisfaction, according to University of Cambridge, England researchers.
  • Sex can be exercise. Just how much “exercise” may be controversial, but, generally, judicious exercise is considered good for our health in many ways and at any age.
  • Sex is fun. A 2004 national study showed sex as the #1 activity associated with self-reported happiness.

How is your intellect capacity? Any issues following me?
If so, read the details for self at today’s Psychology.

This morning I woke up to “a hit” — it was classic, and it was nice,
I like the Sexual Bucket List that intimately exists for a naughty QUARTER TWICE.

Good afternoon, Goodness, whilst you “hit some” today?
I’m Qui
A Sapiosexual She in the mood for a little lobe play.

So, what are you getting into today?

Let’s Play Ball. | Photo by Jose Francisco Morales on Unsplash

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