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July 22, 2012 at 1:38 am #7337
Pam and I have recently been reading and ploughing through a wonderful eBook on multiple orgasms.
That’s multiple orgasms for men, by the way. I’ll get to publishing a review on it, as soon as I can.
Anyway, a regular practise within the lead-up to unlocking that little secret is massages – genital massages, in fact.
Let me tell you right now, a 15 – 20 minute gentle genital massage is something amazing. For both partners.
It’s done without a word spoken. Why that’s so incredible is it’s completely non-judgmental. There isn’t any comment made by anyone. The party being massaged just lays back, eyes closed and enjoys all the sensations and mindful images that their thoughts can conjure.
For the one giving the massage, they in total control of what they’d like to explore, they control the pace and they do it their way. Brilliant!
You just have to try it.
Massage and Lubricants
Which brings me to the question and reason for the forum post.
When you do a massage, you also need a lubricant or oil. We tried a water based sexual lubricant for the first few massages but, on the skin, the water must absorb and it becomes quite sticky.
I’m also a qualified therapeutic masseur (something I just wanted to do a few years ago) so I’ve got quite a few different varieties of massage oils, on hand. They didn’t quite do the trick because part of ‘the massage control’ also means you can explore with hands, lips and mouth. Normal massage oil isn’t really meant to be taken orally.
I knew you’d ask that :)
Well, some research made a brilliant discovery – Coconut Oil is heaven sent!
- Lovely flavour
- sweet smell
- great for the skin
- lasts and lasts during a long massage
- it’s free of chemicals
- can be used equally well both inside and out
- and is organic – that’s a great testimonial.
One thing to remember on buying it though.
You can get Coconut Oil from just your regular Supermarket so it’s a handy item and doesn’t look as weird as buying ‘Stiff Jacks Sexual Power Lube’ at the check-out.
Just remember that it’s likely to be found in the Asian Cooking aisle and not where cooking oils are found – that’s my tip from experience.
How About You and Lubricants and Oils?
Now I’ve shared a tidbit – anyone else got another favourite all-round sexual lubricant and massage oil they’d like to share?August 19, 2012 at 11:38 am #7694
Oh nice one LOL
Lubricants are sometimes a much needed aid in love making. Either from a lack of natural lubrication or where, ahem, there isn’t any and you need some to make things glide in and out lol.
Thanks so much for proving that you don’t need those chemical based lubes that are also more expensive and we can use something provided so readily by Mother Nature.
Oh and thank you as well for allowing people to answer and ask questions anonymously – makes it a bit easier for those of us that are a little shy lolOctober 19, 2012 at 9:48 am #8451
I just recently tried this. Loved I could buy in the Chinese food area too. That isn’t like placing a tube of lube on the checkout counter hehehe
And it works terrific too. Not sticky, with that great coconut smell that everyone loves. Thanks for the tip, guys.October 21, 2012 at 11:53 am #8481
I was going to say coconut oil too, it’s great. Also cocoa butterOctober 21, 2012 at 11:56 am #8484
Oh that’s interesting Mike.
If you’ve used both, what would you say the differences between the two are? I.e good and bad sides, as you see them.October 22, 2012 at 3:42 pm #8512
Well cocoa butter is too hard to apply easily so my wife and I make our own body butter by melting some coconut oil, cocoa butter and olive oil together then as it cools whip it into butter. We use it for moisturizing and it works great as a lubricant too. The coconut/cocoa scent is tantalizing too
These two natural oils are the best thing for your skin, so I’m glad you mentioned it as an alternative
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