Episode 4 | Love Her Long Time
Episode 4 covers various ins and outs of male stamina, starting with dispelling myths and understanding realistic expectations; then moving on to methods that can be used by both men and women to improve performance and longevity.
Thank you for another great podcast! Although my man does not have a stamina problem AT ALL however, for those who do this will be great information. Hopefully, they will do their homework ~grin~
Thanks Lindsey, I’m hoping there are lots of folks doing their homework but just too bashful to post about it.
Where the fuck were you when I was 17 and scrolling the internet for answers to my sexual questions.
All of which sucked. Bought the only thing I found was the Kegel Exercise bit back then.
I was probably out in the trenches figuring out all the stuff I talk about on the show =D
The internet was young when I was in my late teens and nonexistent when I was a kid, so we had even less to go on. Hell, I used to have to pay people to go into the corner drugstore and buy me Hustler and Penthouse so I could re-sell them at school.
Another great episode, J.V.A.! Looking forward to hearing about this “shame game,” of which you speak, as I believe I am a participant therein. For as much as I try to learn about all this stuff, I’m still totally shy (if not terrified) of talking about some of this stuff with my [pretty longterm] playmate–I get so embarrassed/paralyzed about sex-talk with playmate, its mind-boggling (despite being assertive in other areas of my life). Really great advice on stopping fake-o’s; I heartily agree!
Anyway, all this in order to say–please keep up your mission! I take heart knowing you’re out there trying to save the world.
PS: I sympathize with qwerty.
Shame is a tough nut to crack for a lot of people, because it tends to be ground in from an early age. One helpful thing to remember is that shame is NOT natural or innate, but something we’re taught to feel. I think I’m going to end up covering part one of that in episode 5 🙂
Hi JVA i hear in this podcast your approach to statistics and numbers and i agree on your angle. However I would really like to be able to look into those statistics myself that You refer to, also I would like to share the studies I have found. I also support the concept of peer review. Would it be an idea to have a special section on you page dedicated to studies and references and discussion about them? I have quite a bunch of sources to share.