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  • 10 Jul 2017
    A government agency has raised the alarm over the fake rice in the market.   Tana Athi Water Services Board director Mureithi Kang’ara said unscrupulous businesspersons were sneaking plastic rice into the market, impoverishing tens of farmers growing the crop.   “Some people are bringing in fake and cheap rice and packaging it as if it is grown in Kenya, especially from Kirinyaga County irrigation schemes,” he said. Kang’ara called on the Kenya Bureau of Standards and other agencies to end the cartel killing local industries. He noted rice farmers remain poor despite bumper harvest every year due to the smuggling, adding that the government needs to empower and motivate rice farmers by providing irrigation water.
    560 Posted by Lunch Money
  • A government agency has raised the alarm over the fake rice in the market.   Tana Athi Water Services Board director Mureithi Kang’ara said unscrupulous businesspersons were sneaking plastic rice into the market, impoverishing tens of farmers growing the crop.   “Some people are bringing in fake and cheap rice and packaging it as if it is grown in Kenya, especially from Kirinyaga County irrigation schemes,” he said. Kang’ara called on the Kenya Bureau of Standards and other agencies to end the cartel killing local industries. He noted rice farmers remain poor despite bumper harvest every year due to the smuggling, adding that the government needs to empower and motivate rice farmers by providing irrigation water.
    Jul 10, 2017 560
  • 09 Jun 2017
    How to pay via Mpesa paybill   1. Select “Pay Bill” from the M-Pesa menu. 2. Enter the Kenya Power business number 888888 3. Enter your full Kenya Power account number e.g. 123456-01. 4. Enter the amount should be between Shs. 100 and Shs.35,000. 5. Enter your M-Pesa PIN. 6. Confirm that all details are correct. 7. You will receive a confirmation of the transaction via SMS.     Buy Kenya Power (KPLC) Prepaid Tokens via M-PESA Paybill Number 888880 1. Go to M-PESA menu, select “Lipa na M-PESA“ 2. Select “Pay Bill“ 3. Select “Enter Business no.“, 888880 and press “OK” 4. Select “Enter Account no.“, Enter your KPLC Prepaid Meter Number (e.g. 0100 xxxx xxxx x) 5. “Enter Amount“, between KSh100 and 35,000 and press “OK” 6. Enter your M-PESA PIN and press “OK” 7. Confirm all the details are correct and press “OK”   >> Pay now Gotv Kenya via Mpesa: Easy
    3544 Posted by Lunch Money
  • How to pay via Mpesa paybill   1. Select “Pay Bill” from the M-Pesa menu. 2. Enter the Kenya Power business number 888888 3. Enter your full Kenya Power account number e.g. 123456-01. 4. Enter the amount should be between Shs. 100 and Shs.35,000. 5. Enter your M-Pesa PIN. 6. Confirm that all details are correct. 7. You will receive a confirmation of the transaction via SMS.     Buy Kenya Power (KPLC) Prepaid Tokens via M-PESA Paybill Number 888880 1. Go to M-PESA menu, select “Lipa na M-PESA“ 2. Select “Pay Bill“ 3. Select “Enter Business no.“, 888880 and press “OK” 4. Select “Enter Account no.“, Enter your KPLC Prepaid Meter Number (e.g. 0100 xxxx xxxx x) 5. “Enter Amount“, between KSh100 and 35,000 and press “OK” 6. Enter your M-PESA PIN and press “OK” 7. Confirm all the details are correct and press “OK”   >> Pay now Gotv Kenya via Mpesa: Easy
    Jun 09, 2017 3544
  • 09 Jun 2017
    To Pay GOtv using Mpesa, make sure the GOtv decoder is ON:   Go to MPESA menu and choose Pay Bill. Enter the GOtv Mpesa business number 423655. Enter Account number (Account number is found on a red sticker at the bottom of your decoder). Enter the amount to pay. Key in your MPESA PIN Confirm that you have entered the correct details, then send to complete the transaction. Wait for the confirmation SMS   Gotv customer care number kenya: 0711 066 555   >> Pay now KPLC Kenya via Mpesa: Easy
    3546 Posted by Lunch Money
  • To Pay GOtv using Mpesa, make sure the GOtv decoder is ON:   Go to MPESA menu and choose Pay Bill. Enter the GOtv Mpesa business number 423655. Enter Account number (Account number is found on a red sticker at the bottom of your decoder). Enter the amount to pay. Key in your MPESA PIN Confirm that you have entered the correct details, then send to complete the transaction. Wait for the confirmation SMS   Gotv customer care number kenya: 0711 066 555   >> Pay now KPLC Kenya via Mpesa: Easy
    Jun 09, 2017 3546
  • 16 Feb 2017
    Sexual abuse, or sexual violence, describes any type of sexual activity that is unwanted. There are many different types of abuse, including those we’re more familiar with (such as rape and child sexual abuse) and those we may be less aware of (like female genital mutilation and sexual exploitation). Sexual abuse can happen to anyone, at any stage of their lives. No one ever deserves it or ‘asks for it’. On this page we will look at how being abused in this way can make you feel, the power of talking and how to look after your mental health.   Need help? Phone: 0207 186 8270 or 0800 970 2070     Here are some statistics about sex abuse in the UK: It is estimated that 85,000 women and 12,000 men are raped in England and Wales every year. Of those who experience sexual abuse, only 15% choose to report it to the police. 1 in 5 women aged 16-59 has experienced some form of sexual violence.        These figures come from An Overview of Sexual Offending in England and Wales, the first ever joint official statistics bulletin on sexual violence released by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), Office for National Statistics (ONS) and Home Office in January 2013.   Understanding consentGiving consent means giving permission to someone. Sexual abuse takes place when consent is not given. According to the law, a person consents to sexual activity if they: Agree by choice Have the capacity to make that choice   What you were doing, how you were dressed and whether or not you were under the influence of drugs/alcohol does not matter - if you did not give consent, or did not have the capacity to, you were abused. And this is not your fault. If you said yes because you were scared for your safety (or someone else’s safety), it wasn’t your fault. If you didn’t say the word ‘no’ or couldn’t speak through shock, it wasn’t your fault. If you were unconscious through alcohol/drugs, it wasn’t your fault.   The power of talkingMany people find rape and other forms of sexual abuse difficult to talk about. It is a dark subject that we, as a society, can shy away from. Shying away from subjects like this however only contributes to myths and misinformation about sex abuse. It can also make survivors of sex abuse worried about speaking up.   The more we talk about what’s happening, and the more we spread messages of support and awareness, the more we can fight against this. By doing this we can also encourage survivors to talk about what happened to them.   We’re big believers in the power of talking - whether it’s with a friend or family member, with a support group or with a professional.   Looking after your mental healthIt’s normal for your mental health to be affected after being the victim of sexual abuse. It is a traumatising experience that often requires support to come to terms with. Looking after your mental health is just as important as looking after your physical health.   For many, speaking to a counsellor helps. Counsellors who help survivors are trained to help with the psychological effects of sexual violence. This may include low confidence levels, anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder.   You can speak to a counsellor at any time - even if you experienced sexual abuse many years ago. Some people live with the effects of an event that happened in their childhood, especially if they didn’t (or couldn’t) seek support when it happened. Talking about these effects with a professional can help you process past emotions.   Sexual abuse in menWhile it is not as common (or perhaps, as commonly reported) sexual abuse happens to men too. Unfortunately many men find it difficult to talk about, especially if they have been abused by a woman. They may worry that they aren’t going to be believed or that they don’t deserve support. This is not true.   If you have been abused, reach out. If you’re not ready to talk to someone, you know you can speak to a counsellor. There are also resources and support groups online that are set up specifically to help male survivors of sex abuse, including: http://www.mankindcounselling.org.uk/ https://www.survivorsuk.org/   Child sex abuseWhen sexual abuse happens in childhood, it is known as child sex abuse. Under this umbrella there are two types of abuse, contact abuse (when an abuser makes physical contact with a child) and non-contact abuse (when non-touching activities take place like exploitation or being shown pornography).   In the UK, one in 20 children have been sexually abused. Understandably, this can have a huge impact on the child’s mental health and well-being. To find out more about child sex abuse, including keeping your child safe and getting support, we recommend visiting dedicated support networks like the NSPCC and Childline.   What should I be looking for in a counsellor or psychotherapist? Currently there are no official rules or regulations that stipulate what level of training a counsellor supporting sexual abuse survivors needs. However, there are several accredited courses, qualifications and workshops available to counsellors that can improve their knowledge of this area. With this in mind, where possible it is always recommended that you check to see if they have had further training in matters of sexual abuse. Another way to assure they have undergone this type of specialist training is to check if they belong to a relevant professional organisation representing counsellors dealing with sexual abuse.  
    1793 Posted by Lunch Money
  • Sexual abuse, or sexual violence, describes any type of sexual activity that is unwanted. There are many different types of abuse, including those we’re more familiar with (such as rape and child sexual abuse) and those we may be less aware of (like female genital mutilation and sexual exploitation). Sexual abuse can happen to anyone, at any stage of their lives. No one ever deserves it or ‘asks for it’. On this page we will look at how being abused in this way can make you feel, the power of talking and how to look after your mental health.   Need help? Phone: 0207 186 8270 or 0800 970 2070     Here are some statistics about sex abuse in the UK: It is estimated that 85,000 women and 12,000 men are raped in England and Wales every year. Of those who experience sexual abuse, only 15% choose to report it to the police. 1 in 5 women aged 16-59 has experienced some form of sexual violence.        These figures come from An Overview of Sexual Offending in England and Wales, the first ever joint official statistics bulletin on sexual violence released by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), Office for National Statistics (ONS) and Home Office in January 2013.   Understanding consentGiving consent means giving permission to someone. Sexual abuse takes place when consent is not given. According to the law, a person consents to sexual activity if they: Agree by choice Have the capacity to make that choice   What you were doing, how you were dressed and whether or not you were under the influence of drugs/alcohol does not matter - if you did not give consent, or did not have the capacity to, you were abused. And this is not your fault. If you said yes because you were scared for your safety (or someone else’s safety), it wasn’t your fault. If you didn’t say the word ‘no’ or couldn’t speak through shock, it wasn’t your fault. If you were unconscious through alcohol/drugs, it wasn’t your fault.   The power of talkingMany people find rape and other forms of sexual abuse difficult to talk about. It is a dark subject that we, as a society, can shy away from. Shying away from subjects like this however only contributes to myths and misinformation about sex abuse. It can also make survivors of sex abuse worried about speaking up.   The more we talk about what’s happening, and the more we spread messages of support and awareness, the more we can fight against this. By doing this we can also encourage survivors to talk about what happened to them.   We’re big believers in the power of talking - whether it’s with a friend or family member, with a support group or with a professional.   Looking after your mental healthIt’s normal for your mental health to be affected after being the victim of sexual abuse. It is a traumatising experience that often requires support to come to terms with. Looking after your mental health is just as important as looking after your physical health.   For many, speaking to a counsellor helps. Counsellors who help survivors are trained to help with the psychological effects of sexual violence. This may include low confidence levels, anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder.   You can speak to a counsellor at any time - even if you experienced sexual abuse many years ago. Some people live with the effects of an event that happened in their childhood, especially if they didn’t (or couldn’t) seek support when it happened. Talking about these effects with a professional can help you process past emotions.   Sexual abuse in menWhile it is not as common (or perhaps, as commonly reported) sexual abuse happens to men too. Unfortunately many men find it difficult to talk about, especially if they have been abused by a woman. They may worry that they aren’t going to be believed or that they don’t deserve support. This is not true.   If you have been abused, reach out. If you’re not ready to talk to someone, you know you can speak to a counsellor. There are also resources and support groups online that are set up specifically to help male survivors of sex abuse, including: http://www.mankindcounselling.org.uk/ https://www.survivorsuk.org/   Child sex abuseWhen sexual abuse happens in childhood, it is known as child sex abuse. Under this umbrella there are two types of abuse, contact abuse (when an abuser makes physical contact with a child) and non-contact abuse (when non-touching activities take place like exploitation or being shown pornography).   In the UK, one in 20 children have been sexually abused. Understandably, this can have a huge impact on the child’s mental health and well-being. To find out more about child sex abuse, including keeping your child safe and getting support, we recommend visiting dedicated support networks like the NSPCC and Childline.   What should I be looking for in a counsellor or psychotherapist? Currently there are no official rules or regulations that stipulate what level of training a counsellor supporting sexual abuse survivors needs. However, there are several accredited courses, qualifications and workshops available to counsellors that can improve their knowledge of this area. With this in mind, where possible it is always recommended that you check to see if they have had further training in matters of sexual abuse. Another way to assure they have undergone this type of specialist training is to check if they belong to a relevant professional organisation representing counsellors dealing with sexual abuse.  
    Feb 16, 2017 1793
  • 15 Feb 2017
    Getting stuck all day at home with no place to go can get really boring and exasperating for anyone. OK, let's say you are a college student and you are bored from all that reading or you are just someone who's tired of doing the same boring shit daily. Here are a few things to do that will bring life to your day.    Get crafty  A great way to ease boredom is getting all arty and creative. Bring out your drawing materials, get into the open air and let your imagination flow freely then transfer your creative thinking to paper!    Watch movies  Yay! Perfect solution to ease boredom is getting new thriller movies, get yourself comfortable on the couch with a bowl of popcorn or chips!  Mmm boredom outta the window!    Rearrange your room When you are really bored at home and it's like the movie thing isn't totally effective, then it's time to get your hands dirty! Rearrange your furniture, give your room a new look. Your reward is complete satisfaction when the job is done! You can play some music to thrill yourself while at it.    Make some music  If you are a music lover then at that boring moment you should make use of the opportunity to experiment new tunes on your musical instrument. If you don't have any, musical knowledge, then it's time to learn!
    457 Posted by Lunch Money
  • Getting stuck all day at home with no place to go can get really boring and exasperating for anyone. OK, let's say you are a college student and you are bored from all that reading or you are just someone who's tired of doing the same boring shit daily. Here are a few things to do that will bring life to your day.    Get crafty  A great way to ease boredom is getting all arty and creative. Bring out your drawing materials, get into the open air and let your imagination flow freely then transfer your creative thinking to paper!    Watch movies  Yay! Perfect solution to ease boredom is getting new thriller movies, get yourself comfortable on the couch with a bowl of popcorn or chips!  Mmm boredom outta the window!    Rearrange your room When you are really bored at home and it's like the movie thing isn't totally effective, then it's time to get your hands dirty! Rearrange your furniture, give your room a new look. Your reward is complete satisfaction when the job is done! You can play some music to thrill yourself while at it.    Make some music  If you are a music lover then at that boring moment you should make use of the opportunity to experiment new tunes on your musical instrument. If you don't have any, musical knowledge, then it's time to learn!
    Feb 15, 2017 457
  • 15 Feb 2017
    The plight of women in many countries is indeed heartbreaking. This list is in no particular order. Iraq You would be shocked to know that this country used to have the highest literacy rate in the Arab world but now it is the lowest. Women are practically imprisoned in a series of sectarian clashes.    India Though it is supposedly the largest democracy in the world due to its population, 70 percent of Indian women are still victims of domestic violence and at least one woman is raped every 29 minutes.    Somalia The unending roll of civil wars expose women to the risk of attack consistently. 95 percent of girls face genital mutilation and only 9 percent of women actually give birth in a health facility.   Guatemala This impoverished Latin American country allows women to constantly be the victims of various crimes against women. Currently, it holds the second highest record of HIV/AIDS cases in the world.   The Democratic Republic of Congo Try a war-torn country and you will find women as direct victims of harsh realities. Women are not allowed to sign any legal documents without the permission of their husbands.   Afghanistan Afghan women averagely live to only 45 years. They are repressed, denied education and are giving away into marriage as children. The county has the highest record of maternal mortality rate in the world.   Saudi Arabia Though quite industrialized, women are not allowed to drive or even try out clothes while shopping. They constitute only about 13 percent of the entire workforce of the country.   Chad Children of between 11-12 are given out in marriage. They are exposed to the risk of armed bandits from opposition groups and even the armed forces.   Pakistan In some places, women are gang-raped and there are renewed forms of religious extremism that target female politicians. Women earn 82 percent less than men.   Mali There are no laws in this country against genital mutilation and so it is the order of the day.
    359 Posted by Lunch Money
  • The plight of women in many countries is indeed heartbreaking. This list is in no particular order. Iraq You would be shocked to know that this country used to have the highest literacy rate in the Arab world but now it is the lowest. Women are practically imprisoned in a series of sectarian clashes.    India Though it is supposedly the largest democracy in the world due to its population, 70 percent of Indian women are still victims of domestic violence and at least one woman is raped every 29 minutes.    Somalia The unending roll of civil wars expose women to the risk of attack consistently. 95 percent of girls face genital mutilation and only 9 percent of women actually give birth in a health facility.   Guatemala This impoverished Latin American country allows women to constantly be the victims of various crimes against women. Currently, it holds the second highest record of HIV/AIDS cases in the world.   The Democratic Republic of Congo Try a war-torn country and you will find women as direct victims of harsh realities. Women are not allowed to sign any legal documents without the permission of their husbands.   Afghanistan Afghan women averagely live to only 45 years. They are repressed, denied education and are giving away into marriage as children. The county has the highest record of maternal mortality rate in the world.   Saudi Arabia Though quite industrialized, women are not allowed to drive or even try out clothes while shopping. They constitute only about 13 percent of the entire workforce of the country.   Chad Children of between 11-12 are given out in marriage. They are exposed to the risk of armed bandits from opposition groups and even the armed forces.   Pakistan In some places, women are gang-raped and there are renewed forms of religious extremism that target female politicians. Women earn 82 percent less than men.   Mali There are no laws in this country against genital mutilation and so it is the order of the day.
    Feb 15, 2017 359
  • 19 Dec 2016
    If you didn't get a full seven hour's of sleep last night, it may be a bad idea to get behind the wheel.   Drivers who miss only one to two hours of the recommended amount of sleep the night before nearly double their risk for a crash, according to research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.   "Getting only four to five hours of sleep in a night is the same as driving when legally drunk, and if you sleep less than four hours in given 24-hour period, you are as impaired as you would be if you are twice the legal limit of alcohol," Jake Nelson, director, Traffic Safety Advocacy and Research of AAA, told TODAY.   Missing two to three hours of sleep in a 24-hour period more than quadruples the risk of a crash, compared to drivers who get seven hours of sleep.   How serious is the risk of encountering a drowsy driver? People who wouldn't drive while drunk or text and drive may drive while sleepy.   At least one in 25 drivers surveyed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2015 confessed to nodding off at the wheel in the previous month. Sleep-impaired driving was a factor in as many as 6,000 fatal crashes in 2013.   Symptoms of drowsy driving can include: Yawning or blinking frequently Drifting from your lane or missing your exit Not remembering the last few miles driven Even if you don't feel obviously tired, you may not be safe: more than half of drivers involved in fatigue-related crashes said they felt no symptoms before falling asleep behind the wheel, AAA found.   For longer trips: Sleep for at least seven hours Travel at times when normally awake Schedule a break every two hours or every 100 miles Avoid heavy foods Travel with an alert passenger and take turns driving Avoid medications that cause drowsiness or other impairment The study is based on the analysis of 7,234 drivers involved in 4,571 crashes.
    424 Posted by Lunch Money
  • If you didn't get a full seven hour's of sleep last night, it may be a bad idea to get behind the wheel.   Drivers who miss only one to two hours of the recommended amount of sleep the night before nearly double their risk for a crash, according to research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.   "Getting only four to five hours of sleep in a night is the same as driving when legally drunk, and if you sleep less than four hours in given 24-hour period, you are as impaired as you would be if you are twice the legal limit of alcohol," Jake Nelson, director, Traffic Safety Advocacy and Research of AAA, told TODAY.   Missing two to three hours of sleep in a 24-hour period more than quadruples the risk of a crash, compared to drivers who get seven hours of sleep.   How serious is the risk of encountering a drowsy driver? People who wouldn't drive while drunk or text and drive may drive while sleepy.   At least one in 25 drivers surveyed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2015 confessed to nodding off at the wheel in the previous month. Sleep-impaired driving was a factor in as many as 6,000 fatal crashes in 2013.   Symptoms of drowsy driving can include: Yawning or blinking frequently Drifting from your lane or missing your exit Not remembering the last few miles driven Even if you don't feel obviously tired, you may not be safe: more than half of drivers involved in fatigue-related crashes said they felt no symptoms before falling asleep behind the wheel, AAA found.   For longer trips: Sleep for at least seven hours Travel at times when normally awake Schedule a break every two hours or every 100 miles Avoid heavy foods Travel with an alert passenger and take turns driving Avoid medications that cause drowsiness or other impairment The study is based on the analysis of 7,234 drivers involved in 4,571 crashes.
    Dec 19, 2016 424
  • 21 Oct 2016
    I was only 24 at the time, straight out of campus. I was working in this mental institution where I met an old woman who must have been 13 years older than me.   We were the only Kenyans working in a place where the population was predominantly white people. I don’t even know how I and this Kenyan woman landed a job there. But from what I gathered, this woman had her own recruitment agency, and was only working here as a side hustle.   She had an asshole for a boyfriend. Her personal life was fucked up to the core, seeing that this asshole had tidied up her bank account, then cheated on her and even treated her like shit, so to speak.   Since we had a matching timetable at the institution, we quickly got friendly to each other, and that meant spending time together during breaks.   Her openness seemed normal to me at first. However, as time went by, it began to bother me as to why she was telling me everything about her personal life, especially at a time when I was enjoying the moment of my life. I was banging 3 nurses in the institution at that time, and she was aware of this fact.   The thing is, her sob stories came at a time when I wished to chat with other girls of my age, and so I got pissed off each time she showed up.   It didn’t occur to me; not until she told me one day that she was thinking about me while taking a bath in the shower the previous night, and that she was not sure how I was going to take it had she phoned me about it.   Meanwhile, I got into a sexual relationship with another loaded woman who could fly me all over the continent of Australia and even offered to get me a house in Lavington, Nairobi. But due to her rather commanding nature, I had to ditch the offer.   On the other hand, she had her own apartment in a plush suburb here in Nairobi. What I mean is that she lived in one of those quiet and tree-populated areas of the city, where only the rich and mighty reside. She always handed me her house keys, insisting that I should move to her place and let go my own place. That is why I could not concur with her due to her controlling nature. I am not a hi-goat to move in with a woman.   So on this particular day, I decided to take her to a sex shop in Nairobi, and it was just out of the blues. This decision was motivated by the fact that she was a bedroom freak, plus I knew her fantasies quite well. I was cock sure that she had never visited a sex shop or used a sex toy before.   We headed to a dingy backstreet shop which obviously was stocked with all sorts of sex toys from Asia. I suppose they came from Asia because most sex toys that are imported to Kenya mostly come from China.   Anyways, from the moment we walked into the doors of this shop, we felt like we were sinning. I mean, there was dark lighting, and there were all kinds of adult stuff being offered for sale. Dildos and massage oils seemed to populate the shelves more than any other sex toy. And then there was this kind of silence that reigned in the atmosphere.   This shop had enough people, but they all seemed to mind their own Business. People look at you but they never talk to you or anyone else. In fact, everyone looked like they couldn’t locate what they had gone to buy, yet they were afraid to ask.   Now we are on the opposite side of the shop, where they stock dildos or sex vibrators in numbers. But guess what? I can see our supervisor!! Meanwhile, my new ”girlfriend” is giggling like a piglet and clutching my other hand like a little girl.   ”Supervisor” seems to be occupied with sorting out a couple of Black Monster Cocks. But with a sweeping glance around the sex shop and of course his hawk-eyed eyeballs, our eyes meet, and just like that, he catches me in the most weird of places in Nairobi. I mean, Adult shops which sell Adam and Eve products are a taboo by all standards here in Africa, don’t you agree?   I, of course, pretend not to have seen him, and I proceed to keep quiet about the matter so that my ”girlfriend” will not know about it.   This guy samples a few black monster cocks and then makes his way towards a client who has this “seen it all before” attitude written all over his face.   For a long time, I had carried with me this imagination that my supervisor was a racist. However, judging by his act of holding a Black Monster Cock, I was convinced otherwise. I understood that his job was to supervise black people, and that he had nothing against black skin.   In due time, my woman settled on a pink Rabbit vibrator, and so we queued for the checkout point. There were two other people ahead of us in the queue, and each one of them were clutching a Black Monster Cock. It was the product of the month by the way, which explains the massive discount that the sex shop was offering on that particular item.   To cut the long story short, we sneaked out of the premises and headed into the car. She was experiencing such an intense adrenaline rush that she couldn’t wait but to unpack the pink rabbit vibrator and start it once the batteries were inserted. I remember her asking me to pack ”our” car in the direction facing the fence of the parking lot.   The passenger seat was reclined, and the pink rabbit vibrator came to life! What a ”girlfriend”? She left fond memories with me.
    559 Posted by Lunch Money
  • I was only 24 at the time, straight out of campus. I was working in this mental institution where I met an old woman who must have been 13 years older than me.   We were the only Kenyans working in a place where the population was predominantly white people. I don’t even know how I and this Kenyan woman landed a job there. But from what I gathered, this woman had her own recruitment agency, and was only working here as a side hustle.   She had an asshole for a boyfriend. Her personal life was fucked up to the core, seeing that this asshole had tidied up her bank account, then cheated on her and even treated her like shit, so to speak.   Since we had a matching timetable at the institution, we quickly got friendly to each other, and that meant spending time together during breaks.   Her openness seemed normal to me at first. However, as time went by, it began to bother me as to why she was telling me everything about her personal life, especially at a time when I was enjoying the moment of my life. I was banging 3 nurses in the institution at that time, and she was aware of this fact.   The thing is, her sob stories came at a time when I wished to chat with other girls of my age, and so I got pissed off each time she showed up.   It didn’t occur to me; not until she told me one day that she was thinking about me while taking a bath in the shower the previous night, and that she was not sure how I was going to take it had she phoned me about it.   Meanwhile, I got into a sexual relationship with another loaded woman who could fly me all over the continent of Australia and even offered to get me a house in Lavington, Nairobi. But due to her rather commanding nature, I had to ditch the offer.   On the other hand, she had her own apartment in a plush suburb here in Nairobi. What I mean is that she lived in one of those quiet and tree-populated areas of the city, where only the rich and mighty reside. She always handed me her house keys, insisting that I should move to her place and let go my own place. That is why I could not concur with her due to her controlling nature. I am not a hi-goat to move in with a woman.   So on this particular day, I decided to take her to a sex shop in Nairobi, and it was just out of the blues. This decision was motivated by the fact that she was a bedroom freak, plus I knew her fantasies quite well. I was cock sure that she had never visited a sex shop or used a sex toy before.   We headed to a dingy backstreet shop which obviously was stocked with all sorts of sex toys from Asia. I suppose they came from Asia because most sex toys that are imported to Kenya mostly come from China.   Anyways, from the moment we walked into the doors of this shop, we felt like we were sinning. I mean, there was dark lighting, and there were all kinds of adult stuff being offered for sale. Dildos and massage oils seemed to populate the shelves more than any other sex toy. And then there was this kind of silence that reigned in the atmosphere.   This shop had enough people, but they all seemed to mind their own Business. People look at you but they never talk to you or anyone else. In fact, everyone looked like they couldn’t locate what they had gone to buy, yet they were afraid to ask.   Now we are on the opposite side of the shop, where they stock dildos or sex vibrators in numbers. But guess what? I can see our supervisor!! Meanwhile, my new ”girlfriend” is giggling like a piglet and clutching my other hand like a little girl.   ”Supervisor” seems to be occupied with sorting out a couple of Black Monster Cocks. But with a sweeping glance around the sex shop and of course his hawk-eyed eyeballs, our eyes meet, and just like that, he catches me in the most weird of places in Nairobi. I mean, Adult shops which sell Adam and Eve products are a taboo by all standards here in Africa, don’t you agree?   I, of course, pretend not to have seen him, and I proceed to keep quiet about the matter so that my ”girlfriend” will not know about it.   This guy samples a few black monster cocks and then makes his way towards a client who has this “seen it all before” attitude written all over his face.   For a long time, I had carried with me this imagination that my supervisor was a racist. However, judging by his act of holding a Black Monster Cock, I was convinced otherwise. I understood that his job was to supervise black people, and that he had nothing against black skin.   In due time, my woman settled on a pink Rabbit vibrator, and so we queued for the checkout point. There were two other people ahead of us in the queue, and each one of them were clutching a Black Monster Cock. It was the product of the month by the way, which explains the massive discount that the sex shop was offering on that particular item.   To cut the long story short, we sneaked out of the premises and headed into the car. She was experiencing such an intense adrenaline rush that she couldn’t wait but to unpack the pink rabbit vibrator and start it once the batteries were inserted. I remember her asking me to pack ”our” car in the direction facing the fence of the parking lot.   The passenger seat was reclined, and the pink rabbit vibrator came to life! What a ”girlfriend”? She left fond memories with me.
    Oct 21, 2016 559
  • 22 Sep 2016
    It’s no surprise that eating certain foods can help you lose weight; however, you might not be aware that eating certain foods before and/or after exercising can optimize weight loss. That said, some foods are better than others – with complex carbs and protein an ideal choice before exercising and simple carbs with protein a prudent choice after exercising. It’s also recommended by the Journal of the International Society of Sports Medicine that you don’t wait longer than two hours after exercising to eat something or it can negate the effects of working out.   The science behind this suggests that poor nourishment before exercising can force your body to draw energy from your liver and kidneys, making it harder to lose weight. As for nourishment post-workout, exercising depletes your muscle’s glycogen reserves so you need to replenish them as soon as possible. It’s recommended you do this within 30 minutes of working out while your metabolism is most active, which will increase the likelihood of burning excess fat.   Before Exercise: Nuts Nuts of almost any variety contain loads of protein, especially almonds, which also contain heart-healthy fats and fiber. A 100 gram serving of almonds typically contains about 3.9 grams of carbohydrates, an ideal amount for even the toughest of workouts. If almonds aren’t available, walnuts are just as good. Of course, always drink plenty of water to wash the nuts down and remain hydrated!   Before Exercise: Oatmeal and Berries Oatmeal is always a health choice when it comes to food, but it’s even more useful as a pre-workout food since it contains lots of protein. However, we need to include some blueberries for their carb content. The berries have the added advantage of being full of vitamin C, potassium (good for your liver) and fiber. Combining these two foods gives you all the necessary nutrition for an optimal workout.   Before exercise: Whole-grain bread with low-fat cheese This is a simple choice and it might be the preferred option for those on a tight schedule. Believe it or not, this food’s simplicity doesn’t hinder its nutritional value. It gives you lots of healthy protein and a sustained level of carbs, as opposed to a sharp spike typically given by other carbs. The choice of cheese is yours really, as long as it is low in fat!   After exercise: Whey protein with almond milk There are pros and cons when it comes to protein shakes, but for the purposes of quick sustenance and some much needed nutrition after exercising, a shake is ideal – it requires little digestion so your body absorbs it quickly. We suggest mixing the shake using almond milk since it is rich in fiber, potassium, vitamin E, and magnesium.   After exercise: Scrambled eggs with a glass of OJ Eggs are one of the easiest sources of protein in the world; however, they are almost free of carbs (1.1 grams per 100 grams of eggs). That’s why we suggest consuming some scrambled eggs with a small glass of pure orange juice, ideally freshly squeezed at home. This combination gives you fiber, vitamins A, C, and D as well as protein and calcium. In case you’re wondering about whether or not to keep the yolks: celebrity trainer Russell Bateman says: “Throwing away the yolk is a big no-no…it’s packed full of essential nutrients.”
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  • It’s no surprise that eating certain foods can help you lose weight; however, you might not be aware that eating certain foods before and/or after exercising can optimize weight loss. That said, some foods are better than others – with complex carbs and protein an ideal choice before exercising and simple carbs with protein a prudent choice after exercising. It’s also recommended by the Journal of the International Society of Sports Medicine that you don’t wait longer than two hours after exercising to eat something or it can negate the effects of working out.   The science behind this suggests that poor nourishment before exercising can force your body to draw energy from your liver and kidneys, making it harder to lose weight. As for nourishment post-workout, exercising depletes your muscle’s glycogen reserves so you need to replenish them as soon as possible. It’s recommended you do this within 30 minutes of working out while your metabolism is most active, which will increase the likelihood of burning excess fat.   Before Exercise: Nuts Nuts of almost any variety contain loads of protein, especially almonds, which also contain heart-healthy fats and fiber. A 100 gram serving of almonds typically contains about 3.9 grams of carbohydrates, an ideal amount for even the toughest of workouts. If almonds aren’t available, walnuts are just as good. Of course, always drink plenty of water to wash the nuts down and remain hydrated!   Before Exercise: Oatmeal and Berries Oatmeal is always a health choice when it comes to food, but it’s even more useful as a pre-workout food since it contains lots of protein. However, we need to include some blueberries for their carb content. The berries have the added advantage of being full of vitamin C, potassium (good for your liver) and fiber. Combining these two foods gives you all the necessary nutrition for an optimal workout.   Before exercise: Whole-grain bread with low-fat cheese This is a simple choice and it might be the preferred option for those on a tight schedule. Believe it or not, this food’s simplicity doesn’t hinder its nutritional value. It gives you lots of healthy protein and a sustained level of carbs, as opposed to a sharp spike typically given by other carbs. The choice of cheese is yours really, as long as it is low in fat!   After exercise: Whey protein with almond milk There are pros and cons when it comes to protein shakes, but for the purposes of quick sustenance and some much needed nutrition after exercising, a shake is ideal – it requires little digestion so your body absorbs it quickly. We suggest mixing the shake using almond milk since it is rich in fiber, potassium, vitamin E, and magnesium.   After exercise: Scrambled eggs with a glass of OJ Eggs are one of the easiest sources of protein in the world; however, they are almost free of carbs (1.1 grams per 100 grams of eggs). That’s why we suggest consuming some scrambled eggs with a small glass of pure orange juice, ideally freshly squeezed at home. This combination gives you fiber, vitamins A, C, and D as well as protein and calcium. In case you’re wondering about whether or not to keep the yolks: celebrity trainer Russell Bateman says: “Throwing away the yolk is a big no-no…it’s packed full of essential nutrients.”
    Sep 22, 2016 519
  • 22 Sep 2016
    The art of journaling (otherwise known by teenagers as “keeping a diary”) isn’t something new. There are many who choose to create and use diaries for various reasons. People keep diaries because they feel that there is something important enough in their lives to keep track of. However, one’s definition may differ from another’s perspective. Although many diaries are for personal satisfaction, others use it for business purposes, in order to maintain a historical record for posterity. Below is a list of reasons that people may choose to maintain a diary, and why you should too.   To record and recall events and issuesThis is probably the primary reason that diaries are kept. The diary can be a valuable tool to determine many things about past circumstances and events. You can look at recorded history as a conglomeration of diaries recorded by historians. Past records are all that we have to go on when we want to know history. If they incorrect the results can be disastrous.   To honestly express your own thoughts and feelingsMany people are reflective and like to ponder past situations and events. Recording thoughts and feelings will help others to understand why you do what you do along with past experiences which may have been either pleasant or unpleasant.   To get therapeutic mental releaseIt often helps when we communicate our feelings and problems to others. A diary can offer an acceptable alternative to verbally venting your beliefs about people, places, or events which have happened in life. The act of writing is also therapeutic because penning problems on paper is an active practice. Whenever you write problems on paper or speak them aloud you are releasing frustration in a physical way.   To have better self-reflectionThis is akin to meditation. You reflect on past mistakes in order to avoid repeating them in the future. I have found this type of reflection to be helpful in my personal life. I often reflect on the mistakes that I have made when dealing with circumstances, situations, and people. Sometimes people see journaling as an honest written self assessment of situations which you may have been involved in, problems that you encountered, and the steps that you took to solve them. It is often used in the workplace so that the incoming replacement will have an excellent idea of what to expect during performance of the job.   To gain a new perspectiveReflecting on old problems, situations, and circumstances will often help us to understand the viewpoints of others, and provide insight and knowledge that we otherwise would not receive.   To increase vocabulary and enhance writing skillsThe only way to become more proficient at performing a task is by doing it. Practice makes perfect and keeping a diary will help you to hone your communication skills and writing proficiency. The more you write the better you become at writing.
    427 Posted by Lunch Money
  • The art of journaling (otherwise known by teenagers as “keeping a diary”) isn’t something new. There are many who choose to create and use diaries for various reasons. People keep diaries because they feel that there is something important enough in their lives to keep track of. However, one’s definition may differ from another’s perspective. Although many diaries are for personal satisfaction, others use it for business purposes, in order to maintain a historical record for posterity. Below is a list of reasons that people may choose to maintain a diary, and why you should too.   To record and recall events and issuesThis is probably the primary reason that diaries are kept. The diary can be a valuable tool to determine many things about past circumstances and events. You can look at recorded history as a conglomeration of diaries recorded by historians. Past records are all that we have to go on when we want to know history. If they incorrect the results can be disastrous.   To honestly express your own thoughts and feelingsMany people are reflective and like to ponder past situations and events. Recording thoughts and feelings will help others to understand why you do what you do along with past experiences which may have been either pleasant or unpleasant.   To get therapeutic mental releaseIt often helps when we communicate our feelings and problems to others. A diary can offer an acceptable alternative to verbally venting your beliefs about people, places, or events which have happened in life. The act of writing is also therapeutic because penning problems on paper is an active practice. Whenever you write problems on paper or speak them aloud you are releasing frustration in a physical way.   To have better self-reflectionThis is akin to meditation. You reflect on past mistakes in order to avoid repeating them in the future. I have found this type of reflection to be helpful in my personal life. I often reflect on the mistakes that I have made when dealing with circumstances, situations, and people. Sometimes people see journaling as an honest written self assessment of situations which you may have been involved in, problems that you encountered, and the steps that you took to solve them. It is often used in the workplace so that the incoming replacement will have an excellent idea of what to expect during performance of the job.   To gain a new perspectiveReflecting on old problems, situations, and circumstances will often help us to understand the viewpoints of others, and provide insight and knowledge that we otherwise would not receive.   To increase vocabulary and enhance writing skillsThe only way to become more proficient at performing a task is by doing it. Practice makes perfect and keeping a diary will help you to hone your communication skills and writing proficiency. The more you write the better you become at writing.
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  • 21 Sep 2016
    We men sometimes get a bad rap. The stereotypical “man” doesn’t do any of the following. However, the only men who are actually like this are created by writers as sitcom fodder (hopefully). In truth, when a man finds the person he knows he’ll be spending the rest of his life with, he’ll certainly work his hardest to keep them by his side at all times. If you have a man that adheres to the following, you know he’s a keeper for life.   1. He’s fully committed to you and your relationship together. Being there throughout the good times is easy. It’s when the going gets tough that it’s important that you both stick together. Real men don’t run out after a little fight, and they don’t take it out on their significant others when they’re in a bad mood. They understand how important their relationship is, and won’t let anything at all get in the way of persevering.   2. He doesn’t avoid problems. Like I said, a real man doesn’t run out when things get rough. And he also doesn’t bottle up his feelings until he explodes, either. If something is bothering him within the relationship, he brings it up carefully and respectfully. He is comfortable talking through the issues he’s been having, and will make a genuine effort to fix any underlying issue that’s been plaguing the relationship. He understands that even major problems don’t define the relationship; it’s how you both work through them that does.   3. He pays attention to the little things. If he lived alone, he probably wouldn’t care if the dishes weren’t done, the garbage was overflowing, or if the only thing to eat in the house was pizza rolls. But he knows you care about these things, so he takes time away from what he enjoys doing to make sure the house is clean and the fridge is stocked. He won’t ever watch a movie you both love without you by his side, and he lets you pick the iPod playlist in the car. Even if he really, really despises Top 40 radio…   4. He is smart and wise. I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt that you picked a smart one. But the true measure of a man’s intelligence is not simply how smart he is, but what he does with his wisdom. He sees things from an objective point of view, and is able to give you great advice with any situation you face. He puts himself in your shoes constantly, so he understands exactly what you’re going through, and he doesn’t blow you off with half-hearted cliches. And you just know he will pass on great words of wisdom to your future children.   5. He wants you to feel good about yourself. He thinks you’re beautiful; why would he be with you if he didn’t? But it’s not enough for him to think so; he also goes to great lengths to make sure you know you’re beautiful. And it’s not just simple words of reassurance, either. He’ll be able to sense when you think you’re having a bad hair day, and make it a point to compliment your ‘do. He’ll come up with ways to make you feel beautiful, inside and out, regardless of how you feel at the time. He’ll do whatever he can to make you see yourself as he sees you each and every day.   6. He makes your problems his own. If something’s bothering you, it bothers him. He will take on your problems and try to figure out ways to solve them, or at least get through them with the least amount of pain possible. Your issues keep him up at night, but that doesn’t bother him. What does bother him is when you’re facing a problem that he can’t help you with. When these situations inevitably arise, he does the best he can by standing by your side no matter what.   7. He laughs at your mistakes. He knows everyone makes mistakes, and he’s able to shrug yours off easily. If you say something that offended him, he knows you didn’t mean it. He’ll laugh it off, even if it did sting a little. If you let him down in some way (like you had to stay late at work even though he had a nice dinner planned), he won’t hold it against you. He may be caring and sensitive, but he’ll never make you feel bad for unintentionally hurting his feelings.   8. He takes his own mistakes seriously. On the other hand, anything he does that ends up hurting you will weigh heavy on his shoulders for a long while. He rarely beats himself up about much, but when he causes you pain, he’ll do anything to right his wrongs. He’ll never tell his love to “lighten up” or that he “was only kidding.” He knows you enough to know exactly what to do to harm you, but he would never in a million years dream of doing so.  
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  • We men sometimes get a bad rap. The stereotypical “man” doesn’t do any of the following. However, the only men who are actually like this are created by writers as sitcom fodder (hopefully). In truth, when a man finds the person he knows he’ll be spending the rest of his life with, he’ll certainly work his hardest to keep them by his side at all times. If you have a man that adheres to the following, you know he’s a keeper for life.   1. He’s fully committed to you and your relationship together. Being there throughout the good times is easy. It’s when the going gets tough that it’s important that you both stick together. Real men don’t run out after a little fight, and they don’t take it out on their significant others when they’re in a bad mood. They understand how important their relationship is, and won’t let anything at all get in the way of persevering.   2. He doesn’t avoid problems. Like I said, a real man doesn’t run out when things get rough. And he also doesn’t bottle up his feelings until he explodes, either. If something is bothering him within the relationship, he brings it up carefully and respectfully. He is comfortable talking through the issues he’s been having, and will make a genuine effort to fix any underlying issue that’s been plaguing the relationship. He understands that even major problems don’t define the relationship; it’s how you both work through them that does.   3. He pays attention to the little things. If he lived alone, he probably wouldn’t care if the dishes weren’t done, the garbage was overflowing, or if the only thing to eat in the house was pizza rolls. But he knows you care about these things, so he takes time away from what he enjoys doing to make sure the house is clean and the fridge is stocked. He won’t ever watch a movie you both love without you by his side, and he lets you pick the iPod playlist in the car. Even if he really, really despises Top 40 radio…   4. He is smart and wise. I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt that you picked a smart one. But the true measure of a man’s intelligence is not simply how smart he is, but what he does with his wisdom. He sees things from an objective point of view, and is able to give you great advice with any situation you face. He puts himself in your shoes constantly, so he understands exactly what you’re going through, and he doesn’t blow you off with half-hearted cliches. And you just know he will pass on great words of wisdom to your future children.   5. He wants you to feel good about yourself. He thinks you’re beautiful; why would he be with you if he didn’t? But it’s not enough for him to think so; he also goes to great lengths to make sure you know you’re beautiful. And it’s not just simple words of reassurance, either. He’ll be able to sense when you think you’re having a bad hair day, and make it a point to compliment your ‘do. He’ll come up with ways to make you feel beautiful, inside and out, regardless of how you feel at the time. He’ll do whatever he can to make you see yourself as he sees you each and every day.   6. He makes your problems his own. If something’s bothering you, it bothers him. He will take on your problems and try to figure out ways to solve them, or at least get through them with the least amount of pain possible. Your issues keep him up at night, but that doesn’t bother him. What does bother him is when you’re facing a problem that he can’t help you with. When these situations inevitably arise, he does the best he can by standing by your side no matter what.   7. He laughs at your mistakes. He knows everyone makes mistakes, and he’s able to shrug yours off easily. If you say something that offended him, he knows you didn’t mean it. He’ll laugh it off, even if it did sting a little. If you let him down in some way (like you had to stay late at work even though he had a nice dinner planned), he won’t hold it against you. He may be caring and sensitive, but he’ll never make you feel bad for unintentionally hurting his feelings.   8. He takes his own mistakes seriously. On the other hand, anything he does that ends up hurting you will weigh heavy on his shoulders for a long while. He rarely beats himself up about much, but when he causes you pain, he’ll do anything to right his wrongs. He’ll never tell his love to “lighten up” or that he “was only kidding.” He knows you enough to know exactly what to do to harm you, but he would never in a million years dream of doing so.  
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  • 21 Sep 2016
    Dealing with toxic people is something we all have to confront in our lives at one point or another. Narcissists, compulsive liars, sociopaths, manipulators, gossipers, and those wallowing in self-pity are just a few examples of toxic people.   Toxic people always find a way of worming their way into people’s lives, and creating drama and anarchy in order to manipulate a social circle to suit their needs. Often they will apply a ‘divide and conquer’ strategy, in which they sow the seeds of instability, in order to make themselves seem essential to a social group.   The actions of toxic people usually stems from an innate insecurity that compels them to drag people around them into their vacuous hole of insecurity and instability; not only can toxic people ruin your life and hinder your progress, but they can put you at risk of dragging you down to their level and turning you into a toxic person as well. Luckily, there are a number of ways to avoid letting toxic people rule your life, employed by clever people who have usually dealt with toxic people in the past.   1. They ignore attention seekers Often toxic people compulsively seek attention at all costs. Even if it’s somebody’s birthday, toxic people will always find a way of making everything about them. It usually begins with small actions, interrupting people or talking over them, being unnecessarily loud or obnoxious, or acting out.   Usually, if they do not get the attention they crave, their actions become more drastic,starting arguments, throwing a tantrum or acting destructively. Good social cohesion relies on everybody getting their chance to talk, joke and have fun. A social circle should never revolve around one person. If this is the case, the best course of action is to pay little or no attention to that person, and instead spend more time with the quieter and more reserved members of the group.   2. They do not trust or share secrets with gossipers Toxic people will share deep secrets with people just to seem momentarily interesting and they will frequently judge or gossip about people behind their backs. If you meet somebody who does this, do not be fooled into thinking that they are gossiping with you because they like you or trust you. They will just as easily betray your trust. Toxic people will often talk behind somebody’s back to you in the hopes that they will agree with them. They will then go and tell the other person what you said. This creates friction between two people, leaving the toxic person in the middle holding all the cards. It’s a divisive and manipulative method of gaining friends or power in a social group. Do not take the bait.   3. They spend a lot of time with trustworthy and loyal friends In contrast to the point made previously, clever people will develop a strong support network of loyal and trustworthy people. They know that they do not have to be everybody’s friend, and not everybody is deserving of their friendship. In turn, they reward their friends loyalty and trust by showing that it works both ways. Clever people know that true friendship and fidelity is one of the rarest and most valuable commodities you will ever have in life, and they will not allow this to be corrupted by toxic, negative and untrustworthy people.   4. They avoid manipulative people Manipulative people will ruin your life. They will callously manipulate your feelings in order to make you act in a certain way to further their goals. Compulsively manipulative people often have few redeemable qualities, so it is worth avoiding them altogether. In order to avoid them however, you must first recognize the signs of a manipulative person. Do you find yourself constantly feeling strong or unstable emotions when they are around; anger, irritation, sadness, or inadequacy? Do you often question why they might have said something? Do you get the suspicion that you’re being deceived? If so, it is likely that the person is trying to toy with your emotions, and are best avoided.   5. They allow liars to trip themselves up Toxic people will often lie compulsively, not just to others, but to themselves. They will often perform mental gymnastics to convince themselves that their lies are reality. Unfortunately, lies are actually very hard to keep up. Recounting a true event is relatively easy, but keeping track of a bunch of made up stories is difficult. Liars end up exposing themselves over time, by contradicting themselves with other lies.   6. They do not get involved in petty feuds and drama Most people like to keep arguments solely in the realms of themselves, and whoever they are arguing with. Toxic people aren’t like that, they love to air their dirty laundry in public, and when an argument breaks out, they want everybody to pick a side. It doesn’t matter if you’re involved or not, it barely matters if you even know the two people involved, a toxic person will not allow you to remain neutral. Often fights between one or more toxic people can be cataclysmic, and it’s the innocent bystanders caught in the cross fire that will suffer the most. There are six words that will save you from being sucked into the storm in a teacup that comes when toxic people argue; “It’s nothing to do with me”.   7. They stand up to bullies This is perhaps the most important way of handling a toxic person. Standing up to bullying wherever you see it. Most decent people will help the helpless, defend the vulnerable and assist those who need it. Toxic people prey on anybody they consider to be weak. It could be somebody whose a little shy, socially awkward, or even somebody who lacks physical prowess. Toxic people will bully and take advantage of anybody who they think won’t stand up to them, which is why it’s so important to stand up to toxic people, not just for yourself, but for others around you.   8. They ignore insults Insults come in many forms, but the most cleverly-disguised insults are actually disguised as compliments. “I’d never have the confidence to wear that.” “You’re so funny, and you don’t even realize it!” “You’re such a nice person.” These are just a few thinly veiled insults that will leave you wondering what they actually meant, which in turn leaves you seeking approval, and ultimately   9. They do not indulge self-pitying people Toxic people will often put on a mask of helplessness in order to trick and manipulate people, or emancipate themselves from responsibility. You’ll often hear a toxic person saying that they can’t pay you back because they can’t find a job, and they can’t find a job because they haven’t got any qualifications, and they haven’t got any qualifications because their teachers mistreated them at school, etc. There is always a reason for their failure which is out of their hands, and it is always up to you to sort it out. And if you don’t, well, then you’re just the same as everybody else whose mistreated them throughout the terrible ordeal that is their life.   Some level of self-pity is totally healthy, after a nasty breakup, a death in the family or something similar, but there is always a point where you have to grow up and accept responsibility for your own destiny, because it’s nobody else’s job but yours. Self-pitying people live in a vacuous maelstrom of misery, and make absolutely no effort to effect any change in their lives. Avoiding self-pitying people and refusing to justify their apathy is not only good for them, but will stop you from being sucked into their depressing world of self-perpetuating failure.   10. They demand straight answers to their questions Toxic people will often go out of their way to give arbitrary, vague, non-committal or misleading answers to questions. Just ask anybody whose ever been involved in the criminal justice system. The lengths a toxic person will go to avoid giving a satisfactory answer are incredible. This is done not just to withhold information, but also to prevent anybody from telling them they’ve backtracked later. The trick to getting around this is to present them with only closed questions, that is, a question with a yes or no answer. This will force them to make their intentions clear, and prevent them from playing mind games with you or others.   11. They do not indulge narcissists Narcissists love themselves. Or perhaps more accurately, they love the idea of themselves. They are often so deluded in their own favor that they genuinely lose touch with reality. Narcissists will often fish for compliments, often by pretending that they do not feel so highly about themselves. They will often take numerous pictures of themselves and constantly seek comment on them. The best way to deal with a narcissist is to simply ignore their insatiable appetite for gratification. You do not have to criticize them or try to make them feel bad, but by simply ignoring them, you will help to remind them that we are all human, and our lives are all equally meaningful.   12. They will tell them when they are at fault Toxic people will do almost anything to absolve themselves from blame. Even if they are clearly at fault, they will justify their actions by bringing up something somebody else has done. Handling toxic people cleverly means telling them they are at fault, and refusing to accept their excuses. This can be difficult to do when they are being evasive, but ultimately it will help them to grow.
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  • Dealing with toxic people is something we all have to confront in our lives at one point or another. Narcissists, compulsive liars, sociopaths, manipulators, gossipers, and those wallowing in self-pity are just a few examples of toxic people.   Toxic people always find a way of worming their way into people’s lives, and creating drama and anarchy in order to manipulate a social circle to suit their needs. Often they will apply a ‘divide and conquer’ strategy, in which they sow the seeds of instability, in order to make themselves seem essential to a social group.   The actions of toxic people usually stems from an innate insecurity that compels them to drag people around them into their vacuous hole of insecurity and instability; not only can toxic people ruin your life and hinder your progress, but they can put you at risk of dragging you down to their level and turning you into a toxic person as well. Luckily, there are a number of ways to avoid letting toxic people rule your life, employed by clever people who have usually dealt with toxic people in the past.   1. They ignore attention seekers Often toxic people compulsively seek attention at all costs. Even if it’s somebody’s birthday, toxic people will always find a way of making everything about them. It usually begins with small actions, interrupting people or talking over them, being unnecessarily loud or obnoxious, or acting out.   Usually, if they do not get the attention they crave, their actions become more drastic,starting arguments, throwing a tantrum or acting destructively. Good social cohesion relies on everybody getting their chance to talk, joke and have fun. A social circle should never revolve around one person. If this is the case, the best course of action is to pay little or no attention to that person, and instead spend more time with the quieter and more reserved members of the group.   2. They do not trust or share secrets with gossipers Toxic people will share deep secrets with people just to seem momentarily interesting and they will frequently judge or gossip about people behind their backs. If you meet somebody who does this, do not be fooled into thinking that they are gossiping with you because they like you or trust you. They will just as easily betray your trust. Toxic people will often talk behind somebody’s back to you in the hopes that they will agree with them. They will then go and tell the other person what you said. This creates friction between two people, leaving the toxic person in the middle holding all the cards. It’s a divisive and manipulative method of gaining friends or power in a social group. Do not take the bait.   3. They spend a lot of time with trustworthy and loyal friends In contrast to the point made previously, clever people will develop a strong support network of loyal and trustworthy people. They know that they do not have to be everybody’s friend, and not everybody is deserving of their friendship. In turn, they reward their friends loyalty and trust by showing that it works both ways. Clever people know that true friendship and fidelity is one of the rarest and most valuable commodities you will ever have in life, and they will not allow this to be corrupted by toxic, negative and untrustworthy people.   4. They avoid manipulative people Manipulative people will ruin your life. They will callously manipulate your feelings in order to make you act in a certain way to further their goals. Compulsively manipulative people often have few redeemable qualities, so it is worth avoiding them altogether. In order to avoid them however, you must first recognize the signs of a manipulative person. Do you find yourself constantly feeling strong or unstable emotions when they are around; anger, irritation, sadness, or inadequacy? Do you often question why they might have said something? Do you get the suspicion that you’re being deceived? If so, it is likely that the person is trying to toy with your emotions, and are best avoided.   5. They allow liars to trip themselves up Toxic people will often lie compulsively, not just to others, but to themselves. They will often perform mental gymnastics to convince themselves that their lies are reality. Unfortunately, lies are actually very hard to keep up. Recounting a true event is relatively easy, but keeping track of a bunch of made up stories is difficult. Liars end up exposing themselves over time, by contradicting themselves with other lies.   6. They do not get involved in petty feuds and drama Most people like to keep arguments solely in the realms of themselves, and whoever they are arguing with. Toxic people aren’t like that, they love to air their dirty laundry in public, and when an argument breaks out, they want everybody to pick a side. It doesn’t matter if you’re involved or not, it barely matters if you even know the two people involved, a toxic person will not allow you to remain neutral. Often fights between one or more toxic people can be cataclysmic, and it’s the innocent bystanders caught in the cross fire that will suffer the most. There are six words that will save you from being sucked into the storm in a teacup that comes when toxic people argue; “It’s nothing to do with me”.   7. They stand up to bullies This is perhaps the most important way of handling a toxic person. Standing up to bullying wherever you see it. Most decent people will help the helpless, defend the vulnerable and assist those who need it. Toxic people prey on anybody they consider to be weak. It could be somebody whose a little shy, socially awkward, or even somebody who lacks physical prowess. Toxic people will bully and take advantage of anybody who they think won’t stand up to them, which is why it’s so important to stand up to toxic people, not just for yourself, but for others around you.   8. They ignore insults Insults come in many forms, but the most cleverly-disguised insults are actually disguised as compliments. “I’d never have the confidence to wear that.” “You’re so funny, and you don’t even realize it!” “You’re such a nice person.” These are just a few thinly veiled insults that will leave you wondering what they actually meant, which in turn leaves you seeking approval, and ultimately   9. They do not indulge self-pitying people Toxic people will often put on a mask of helplessness in order to trick and manipulate people, or emancipate themselves from responsibility. You’ll often hear a toxic person saying that they can’t pay you back because they can’t find a job, and they can’t find a job because they haven’t got any qualifications, and they haven’t got any qualifications because their teachers mistreated them at school, etc. There is always a reason for their failure which is out of their hands, and it is always up to you to sort it out. And if you don’t, well, then you’re just the same as everybody else whose mistreated them throughout the terrible ordeal that is their life.   Some level of self-pity is totally healthy, after a nasty breakup, a death in the family or something similar, but there is always a point where you have to grow up and accept responsibility for your own destiny, because it’s nobody else’s job but yours. Self-pitying people live in a vacuous maelstrom of misery, and make absolutely no effort to effect any change in their lives. Avoiding self-pitying people and refusing to justify their apathy is not only good for them, but will stop you from being sucked into their depressing world of self-perpetuating failure.   10. They demand straight answers to their questions Toxic people will often go out of their way to give arbitrary, vague, non-committal or misleading answers to questions. Just ask anybody whose ever been involved in the criminal justice system. The lengths a toxic person will go to avoid giving a satisfactory answer are incredible. This is done not just to withhold information, but also to prevent anybody from telling them they’ve backtracked later. The trick to getting around this is to present them with only closed questions, that is, a question with a yes or no answer. This will force them to make their intentions clear, and prevent them from playing mind games with you or others.   11. They do not indulge narcissists Narcissists love themselves. Or perhaps more accurately, they love the idea of themselves. They are often so deluded in their own favor that they genuinely lose touch with reality. Narcissists will often fish for compliments, often by pretending that they do not feel so highly about themselves. They will often take numerous pictures of themselves and constantly seek comment on them. The best way to deal with a narcissist is to simply ignore their insatiable appetite for gratification. You do not have to criticize them or try to make them feel bad, but by simply ignoring them, you will help to remind them that we are all human, and our lives are all equally meaningful.   12. They will tell them when they are at fault Toxic people will do almost anything to absolve themselves from blame. Even if they are clearly at fault, they will justify their actions by bringing up something somebody else has done. Handling toxic people cleverly means telling them they are at fault, and refusing to accept their excuses. This can be difficult to do when they are being evasive, but ultimately it will help them to grow.
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  • 06 Aug 2016
    1. Submissive women Mercy, a divorcee who had been married for eight years with one daughter says it is not enough for the man to be head of the family. “He has to act like it and make decisions with the family’s welfare in mind,” she says.   “Women want to feel secure, or at least I do,” she adds. “If then the woman makes decisions, it is because the man has not stepped up to his responsibility. Marriage is a partnership, not a dictatorship. He shouldn’t be the one that decides everything. To respect, leave alone submit to a man who is not doing his job, is an uphill task in itself,” she concludes.   Joy Mburu agrees that women can only be submissive if men meet their end of the bargain.   According to Psychiatrist Dr Catherine Syengo Mutisya, women want more than security. In this working era where women make their own money, they are assured of their financial security and hence need companionship.   In his book, “How To Beat Your Wife”, Dr Steve Ogan, a married teacher and evangelist with four sons, argues that women submit when their husbands love them, and the best way to love a wife is to make her realistic story book expectation come true.   2. Women who do not deny them conjugal rights More than 65 per cent of all problems in marriage are rooted in sexual mal-adjustment between husband and wife.   While men expect their partners to always be on standby any time they need their conjugal rights, they do not understand that there are times or seasons when sex can be a burden for the woman. Even worse, women have perfected the art of using sex as a weapon for fighting non-sexual battles.   “I like that my man knows me inside out. He understands when I am not just in the mood and he reads between the lines when I deny him his conjugal right just to get his attention,” says Ruth, a salon owner, married for 9 years. She however confesses that it was not always easy as they had to learn to communicate what she felt and is lucky to have a husband who is patient enough.   Joyce Huggett, in her book, “Dating, Sex and Friendship: Be Holy and Sexual,” argues that sex goes beyond hormones, orgasms, sex organs and sex urges. We must consider the social dimension of sexuality, the non-genital aspect of sex which lies as much at the core of our personality as this urgent longing for bodily fusion.   It is for this reason that unlike men, women need an entire day or more to be prepared for intercourse. Women respond to touch and speech while men respond to the sight of a naked women.   3. Women who can pay bills without complaining Men interviewed complained that they were overwhelmed with family bills. But Annemary Mukobwa is of the opinion that only a lazy slug would ask for such. “What happened to the man providing, protecting and being the priest of the family?” she asks.   Magezi Kabasoga, a respondent to the feature on Evewoman.co.ke says, “We should go back to our roots; the African way of sharing responsibilities. If you look at it from this point, then this writer and what he has written is a piece of cake.”   Yet another respondent, Jane Doe says, the bottom line is trust, when you trust each other, you will also love each other. When you love and trust each other your money becomes family money.   4. Hard-working wives Hellen Mwihaki, a 27-year-old teacher and a single mother of one says in as much as there are different things that men look for, hard work and beauty is a common factor.   think a lady has to look good and appealing to the eye if she is to position herself for a good guy. Also, if she cannot take care and raise kids by herself, she is doomed to be a turn off.   Betina, who considers herself conservative when it comes to matters marriage believes that while it is okay for the house help to help around the house, the duty to serve and cater to her husband is solely hers. She would not allow her help to cook, iron or prepare bathing water for her husband.   “That is a recipe for disaster,’ she says. ‘The help is there to do exactly that, help. Not to take over the running of the house. The next thing you know, she will take over your husband too.”   But newly married Pauline, who runs her own business is not for the idea. In her opinion, in this 21st century, women’s role should not be tied down to the kitchen. In fact she advocates for sharing of the housework. Psychiatrist Dr Catherine Syengo Mutisya agrees saying women need men who help around the house; with housework and children.   Ketty Salome adds, “If I am to pay more bills/mortgage at home, then it means I work hard and need someone to help me manage the house.”   5. Women with high self-esteem and confidence In “Strong Women, Only Intimidate Weak Men,” an e-book by Farrah Gray, CNN’s African-American First History Makers, he shows that it is a perceived myth that ambitious and self-achieved women intimidate men.   If at all your man is intimidated by your success then he qualifies not to be a man but a boy. Women need men who support them in their careers and personal life,” a statement echoed by Psychiatrist Dr Catherine Syengo Mutisya.   “Confidence is the best make-up you can put on,” says the wife of Tony, a man interviewed in the previous feature. “If you are confident, you attract men who will respect you. It is that simple,” she explains. “One does not necessarily have to be beautiful to be confident; not to say that I am not beautiful but any man worth his grain would choose inner beauty over curves and a pretty face,” she says.   6. Women with inner beauty As fashion designer Betsey Johson put it, Girls do not dress for boys. They dress for themselves and, of course, each other. If girls dressed for boys they’d just walk around naked at all times.   A study that interviewed 2,000 women revealed that six out of ten women aged between 18 and 30 said they had their girlfriends in mind when they chose what to wear on a big night out.   Two thirds of women believe that men say they look good regardless of what they look like. If then that is the case, there has to be something beyond the physical that makes husband stick around. It has something to do with personality.   “I have never gotten all ‘dolled up’ to snare a man. If I want a man, all I have to do is be in my best behaviour. Keep my talk to a minimum and just like my mother taught me be my best behaved self. It always works like a charm, every time,” says Makena smiling sheepishly.   “The way a guy reacts tells me whether he is a keeper. If he takes my meekness for weakness, I know it is time to run. If he is a gentleman, he is a keeper.”   As Dr Steve says in his book, women were made from the ribs of men, an organ close to his heart. This partly explains why the woman is tender, emotional and personal in her orientation. It is why she needs a man not afraid to show he cares, is genuinely kind doing nice things naturally without having to be reminded or nagged.   7. Women who are accommodative While men say they love women who accommodate their families as they are, without looking down upon them or making a fuss at every given opportunity, women expect the same courtesy extended to them.   “I completely understand that I married into my ex-husband’s family, and dowry was paid, that is without a doubt. However, that does not mean all rights to visit my parents are revoked.   They are still my family and while relatives might be a handful to deal with they should still be welcome in my home,’ says a bitter Mercy.   8. Physical maintenance According to Psychiatrist Dr Catherine Syengo Mutisya, the physical appearance actually excites men even sexually. But for women, it is how she is treated and talked to that attracts her to a man. But that is not to say that looks do not count.   During KTN’s dating show, ‘Are You My Type’, a lady, in response to whether she would tell her date if they had a foul mouth gave an outright ‘yes’. Supporting her answer, she reasoned that personal care and hygiene are a deal breaker.   “If he cannot take care of his own self, how will he take care of me?” she asked. “Then again I am not about to get embarrassed in front of my friends, when I introduce a man with a foul mouth and probably ill-fitting clothes,” she said. While grooming goes beyond oral hygiene, it is clear that good grooming may get you the girl.
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  • 1. Submissive women Mercy, a divorcee who had been married for eight years with one daughter says it is not enough for the man to be head of the family. “He has to act like it and make decisions with the family’s welfare in mind,” she says.   “Women want to feel secure, or at least I do,” she adds. “If then the woman makes decisions, it is because the man has not stepped up to his responsibility. Marriage is a partnership, not a dictatorship. He shouldn’t be the one that decides everything. To respect, leave alone submit to a man who is not doing his job, is an uphill task in itself,” she concludes.   Joy Mburu agrees that women can only be submissive if men meet their end of the bargain.   According to Psychiatrist Dr Catherine Syengo Mutisya, women want more than security. In this working era where women make their own money, they are assured of their financial security and hence need companionship.   In his book, “How To Beat Your Wife”, Dr Steve Ogan, a married teacher and evangelist with four sons, argues that women submit when their husbands love them, and the best way to love a wife is to make her realistic story book expectation come true.   2. Women who do not deny them conjugal rights More than 65 per cent of all problems in marriage are rooted in sexual mal-adjustment between husband and wife.   While men expect their partners to always be on standby any time they need their conjugal rights, they do not understand that there are times or seasons when sex can be a burden for the woman. Even worse, women have perfected the art of using sex as a weapon for fighting non-sexual battles.   “I like that my man knows me inside out. He understands when I am not just in the mood and he reads between the lines when I deny him his conjugal right just to get his attention,” says Ruth, a salon owner, married for 9 years. She however confesses that it was not always easy as they had to learn to communicate what she felt and is lucky to have a husband who is patient enough.   Joyce Huggett, in her book, “Dating, Sex and Friendship: Be Holy and Sexual,” argues that sex goes beyond hormones, orgasms, sex organs and sex urges. We must consider the social dimension of sexuality, the non-genital aspect of sex which lies as much at the core of our personality as this urgent longing for bodily fusion.   It is for this reason that unlike men, women need an entire day or more to be prepared for intercourse. Women respond to touch and speech while men respond to the sight of a naked women.   3. Women who can pay bills without complaining Men interviewed complained that they were overwhelmed with family bills. But Annemary Mukobwa is of the opinion that only a lazy slug would ask for such. “What happened to the man providing, protecting and being the priest of the family?” she asks.   Magezi Kabasoga, a respondent to the feature on Evewoman.co.ke says, “We should go back to our roots; the African way of sharing responsibilities. If you look at it from this point, then this writer and what he has written is a piece of cake.”   Yet another respondent, Jane Doe says, the bottom line is trust, when you trust each other, you will also love each other. When you love and trust each other your money becomes family money.   4. Hard-working wives Hellen Mwihaki, a 27-year-old teacher and a single mother of one says in as much as there are different things that men look for, hard work and beauty is a common factor.   think a lady has to look good and appealing to the eye if she is to position herself for a good guy. Also, if she cannot take care and raise kids by herself, she is doomed to be a turn off.   Betina, who considers herself conservative when it comes to matters marriage believes that while it is okay for the house help to help around the house, the duty to serve and cater to her husband is solely hers. She would not allow her help to cook, iron or prepare bathing water for her husband.   “That is a recipe for disaster,’ she says. ‘The help is there to do exactly that, help. Not to take over the running of the house. The next thing you know, she will take over your husband too.”   But newly married Pauline, who runs her own business is not for the idea. In her opinion, in this 21st century, women’s role should not be tied down to the kitchen. In fact she advocates for sharing of the housework. Psychiatrist Dr Catherine Syengo Mutisya agrees saying women need men who help around the house; with housework and children.   Ketty Salome adds, “If I am to pay more bills/mortgage at home, then it means I work hard and need someone to help me manage the house.”   5. Women with high self-esteem and confidence In “Strong Women, Only Intimidate Weak Men,” an e-book by Farrah Gray, CNN’s African-American First History Makers, he shows that it is a perceived myth that ambitious and self-achieved women intimidate men.   If at all your man is intimidated by your success then he qualifies not to be a man but a boy. Women need men who support them in their careers and personal life,” a statement echoed by Psychiatrist Dr Catherine Syengo Mutisya.   “Confidence is the best make-up you can put on,” says the wife of Tony, a man interviewed in the previous feature. “If you are confident, you attract men who will respect you. It is that simple,” she explains. “One does not necessarily have to be beautiful to be confident; not to say that I am not beautiful but any man worth his grain would choose inner beauty over curves and a pretty face,” she says.   6. Women with inner beauty As fashion designer Betsey Johson put it, Girls do not dress for boys. They dress for themselves and, of course, each other. If girls dressed for boys they’d just walk around naked at all times.   A study that interviewed 2,000 women revealed that six out of ten women aged between 18 and 30 said they had their girlfriends in mind when they chose what to wear on a big night out.   Two thirds of women believe that men say they look good regardless of what they look like. If then that is the case, there has to be something beyond the physical that makes husband stick around. It has something to do with personality.   “I have never gotten all ‘dolled up’ to snare a man. If I want a man, all I have to do is be in my best behaviour. Keep my talk to a minimum and just like my mother taught me be my best behaved self. It always works like a charm, every time,” says Makena smiling sheepishly.   “The way a guy reacts tells me whether he is a keeper. If he takes my meekness for weakness, I know it is time to run. If he is a gentleman, he is a keeper.”   As Dr Steve says in his book, women were made from the ribs of men, an organ close to his heart. This partly explains why the woman is tender, emotional and personal in her orientation. It is why she needs a man not afraid to show he cares, is genuinely kind doing nice things naturally without having to be reminded or nagged.   7. Women who are accommodative While men say they love women who accommodate their families as they are, without looking down upon them or making a fuss at every given opportunity, women expect the same courtesy extended to them.   “I completely understand that I married into my ex-husband’s family, and dowry was paid, that is without a doubt. However, that does not mean all rights to visit my parents are revoked.   They are still my family and while relatives might be a handful to deal with they should still be welcome in my home,’ says a bitter Mercy.   8. Physical maintenance According to Psychiatrist Dr Catherine Syengo Mutisya, the physical appearance actually excites men even sexually. But for women, it is how she is treated and talked to that attracts her to a man. But that is not to say that looks do not count.   During KTN’s dating show, ‘Are You My Type’, a lady, in response to whether she would tell her date if they had a foul mouth gave an outright ‘yes’. Supporting her answer, she reasoned that personal care and hygiene are a deal breaker.   “If he cannot take care of his own self, how will he take care of me?” she asked. “Then again I am not about to get embarrassed in front of my friends, when I introduce a man with a foul mouth and probably ill-fitting clothes,” she said. While grooming goes beyond oral hygiene, it is clear that good grooming may get you the girl.
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  • 01 Jun 2016
    The Video although many say it was the best punishment ever done  Common Lies That Women Tell Men More Often than We'd like to Admit ... Just like many of the lies that men tell us, most of the common lies that women tell men are told just to avoid conflict, but lying will always cause problems in a relationship.   Many women genuinely like and get along with their in-laws, but those that don’t are unlikely to admit it.  
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  • The Video although many say it was the best punishment ever done  Common Lies That Women Tell Men More Often than We'd like to Admit ... Just like many of the lies that men tell us, most of the common lies that women tell men are told just to avoid conflict, but lying will always cause problems in a relationship.   Many women genuinely like and get along with their in-laws, but those that don’t are unlikely to admit it.  
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  • 02 May 2016
     Now women with natural curves can rest easy in the knowledge they are better in bed than their size-zero counterparts. And that’s a fact. Curvy women have been making a comeback on the catwalk and new research reveals that having more meat on your bones doesn’t just look great, it actually makes you better in bed.   1. It’s a scientific fact Scientific research proves that men are genetically wired to be s₤xually attracted to a woman with curves. Men rate the s₤xiest women as those who have a waist which is 60% of their hip size. Guys love our hourglass figure – not least of all in the bedroom.   2. Confidence Having bØØbs and a backside, a bit of cellulite or something to grab hold of is not exclusively what makes a curvy woman s₤xy – it’s knowing how to rock it that matters. Beauty has nothing to do with size and everything to do with confidence. And confidence has everything to do with amazing s₤x.   3. A healthy appetite Nothing is s₤xier than a woman who knows how to indulge – she wants the cake she eats it, she wants the wine she drinks it, she wants the orgasm, prepare yourself, no one’s leaving this room until …   4. Life’s too short to go gluten-free Or you could date the girl who refuses to swallow (extra calories), won’t eat dessert and spends the post-s₤x cuddle trying to convert you to a diet.   5. BØØbs Well, not all curvy girls are blessed with big bØØbs, but the chances do sway slightly more in their favour.   6. Búms According to a study by Oxford University, big bútts result in healthy children because of the high amount of Omega 3 fatty acids they store – so if you thought it was the PVC dress stretched over Kim Kardashian’s booty getting you hot, think again. It’s your subconscious evolutionary way of ensuring healthy kids.   7. Let’s focus on the important things… They don’t care about fitting into a pair of skinny jeans and instead spend their time on fun things like the reverse cow girl and multiple orgasms.   8. Fewer bruises Their soft womanly curves are the perfect place to rest your weary, post-shagging head.   9. Curvy girls were the original supermodels Take a walk through an art gallery and you’ll see that curvy girls have long been associated with beauty and s₤x appeal. Thousands of years of history can’t be wrong.  
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  •  Now women with natural curves can rest easy in the knowledge they are better in bed than their size-zero counterparts. And that’s a fact. Curvy women have been making a comeback on the catwalk and new research reveals that having more meat on your bones doesn’t just look great, it actually makes you better in bed.   1. It’s a scientific fact Scientific research proves that men are genetically wired to be s₤xually attracted to a woman with curves. Men rate the s₤xiest women as those who have a waist which is 60% of their hip size. Guys love our hourglass figure – not least of all in the bedroom.   2. Confidence Having bØØbs and a backside, a bit of cellulite or something to grab hold of is not exclusively what makes a curvy woman s₤xy – it’s knowing how to rock it that matters. Beauty has nothing to do with size and everything to do with confidence. And confidence has everything to do with amazing s₤x.   3. A healthy appetite Nothing is s₤xier than a woman who knows how to indulge – she wants the cake she eats it, she wants the wine she drinks it, she wants the orgasm, prepare yourself, no one’s leaving this room until …   4. Life’s too short to go gluten-free Or you could date the girl who refuses to swallow (extra calories), won’t eat dessert and spends the post-s₤x cuddle trying to convert you to a diet.   5. BØØbs Well, not all curvy girls are blessed with big bØØbs, but the chances do sway slightly more in their favour.   6. Búms According to a study by Oxford University, big bútts result in healthy children because of the high amount of Omega 3 fatty acids they store – so if you thought it was the PVC dress stretched over Kim Kardashian’s booty getting you hot, think again. It’s your subconscious evolutionary way of ensuring healthy kids.   7. Let’s focus on the important things… They don’t care about fitting into a pair of skinny jeans and instead spend their time on fun things like the reverse cow girl and multiple orgasms.   8. Fewer bruises Their soft womanly curves are the perfect place to rest your weary, post-shagging head.   9. Curvy girls were the original supermodels Take a walk through an art gallery and you’ll see that curvy girls have long been associated with beauty and s₤x appeal. Thousands of years of history can’t be wrong.  
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