ANOINTING OIL ISN’T LUBRICANT
If you’re sexually active or old enough to have sex, this post is for you.
For all my many years as a therapist, I have had to take on seemingly difficult conversations with clients and this subject matter is one of them….seeing as we live in an environment that encourages us to tone it down.
A number of women especially experience pain during sexual intercourse. Maybe they are experiencing vaginal dryness, which is often brought on by stress, medications, or the drop in estrogen that happens post-childbirth and just before menopause, or maybe because the sex “No choke”, Lubricants work like magic and they help soothe the relief.
Don’t kill someone’s child by applying pressure when the only thing you should be applying is a lubricant.
Walk into any pharmacy near you to buy one.
But even if you don’t think you “need” lube, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try it.
And when you use it, Use lube liberally in the vagina, on the vulva and vaginal opening as well as on the penis just prior to intercourse…Don’t go and rub it in your eyes o
I will talk about the different types of lubes, the healthy ones, and the ones to avoid in my next post……Except you people say “I shu face my front o”