Archive for the ‘Sex and the Seawolf’ Category

Not your brother’s gay dating tips

So everyone knows about the stereotypical ways of handling yourself as heterosexual individuals. Well, heterosexuals do. Homosexuals don’t really have much of a manual for these things. Personally, I never had a bigger brother who told me what to do with another man. It all was mainly a journey of experimentations. Here I will talk […]

Sex and the Seawolf: When is it alright to date your best friend’s ex?

When is it alright to date your best friend’s ex? Or, when is it alright to date the ex of any of your friends? The whole situation is debatable. It can all become a wave of confusion. I can’t say with certainty whether dating your particular best friend’s ex is right or wrong, but I […]

Sex and the Seawolf: Master the art of massages

It’s been a long day. You’re tense and just worn out. It is likely that your muscles need a relaxing massage — but just not any massage, of course. Think about it. You could go to just about any spa and get a regular massage. But when the massage comes from that special someone, the […]

Sex and the Seawolf: Dating after college

So you’ve decided you want to cut ties with everyone in Anchorage when you move out of state for post-graduate adventures. Or maybe you just haven’t had luck in the last four years or so and can’t figure out what to do next with your love life. For those who are afraid of becoming a […]

Sex and the Seawolf: Lasting longer

Unequal stamina is an issue for some people during sex. This problem typically revolves around males in heterosexual relationships. The female orgasm is more difficult to trigger the average male’s, so many females tend to last far longer than their male partners, and it can seem like partners experience unequal amounts of pleasure.


Sex and the Seawolf: Female pleasure points

The female orgasm can be difficult to reach for many people. There are men who have tried search out the orgasmic site of pleasure — the legendary G-spot. Some adventurers successfully bewilder, some are lied to and think they found it, and others just fail completely.


Discovering the magic of male ‘pleasure points’

Say you’re a person trying to please your hard-working man. Sure, you can please him by stimulating his shaft, but that takes the fun away from actually exploring his body. You may even find yourself knowing more about your partner’s pleasure points than he does himself, giving him an instant, gratifying surprise.

Illustration by Vicente Capala

Sex and the Seawolf: Dating someone in the same profession

In our journey to find that certain soul mate, we sometimes encounter people who are right under the nose. By under the nose, I mean someone whose profession or workplace is the same as yours. We tend to not realize their availability because we like to draw ourselves to things that seem fresh and different.

Illustration by Vicente Capala

Sex and the Seawolf: Briefing on the Dominatrix

Passion sears all over your body. You have been submissive for the past few days — maybe even months. You have it easy to just be whisked away with adrenaline so high and his masculine testosterone just beating at your bosom. You then realize you want to switch the dominance for maybe one night, or maybe a few weekends. Those thoughts are normal, and it may be worth a try.

Illustration by Vicente Capala

The Kama Sutra and the appropriate sounds during lovemaking

Today, we will imagine we are at peace as we are reading this article — so peaceful that you could hear a butterfly flap its wings. Or even more peacefully, you could almost hear crickets making love in the distance. Then the question arises: Is it appropriate to make sounds during lovemaking?

Photo by Vicente Capala

Sex and the Seawolf: Pheromones, the lowdown

Have you ever imagined the ease of attracting someone’s attention by just walking nearby? Well, you can! This is possible by wearing a substance called pheromones.


Sex and the Seawolf: Aphrodisiacs for Valentine’s Day

It is Valentine’s season. Stores are setting up the best chocolate deals, restaurants are opening up more reservations and jewelry stores are practically throwing their diamonds out of their cases. Romance blooms more during this time than any other holiday. But if you are looking for a boost in romantic intrigue between you and your partner, consider trying aphrodisiacs for the special occasion.


Sex and the Seawolf: “My partner doesn’t satisfy me. Should I turn to porn?”

Porn. The word strikes a thousand taboo thoughts for some. And for others, it gives couples or “buddies’ a blueprint of sensual acts. This type of media can even help independent stimulation.

Sex and the Seawolf: How to overcome ‘trust issues’

Trust is one of the basic foundations for having a strong connection with a partner. Trust is a valued act between two people, and once that trust is broken we begin to question whether we should place the same trust in that person as we did before.

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