Vulnerability is a constant of the human species. At times, everything hangs (metaphorically) by a thread. Risks are higher inside the perimeter that we call home, statistics say, but outdoors is not fully safe. Free offenders, drunk drivers, flower pots waiting to suddenly fall from the balcony... Not to mention the fragility of the body. But enough with the “cheerful” outlook on the world and life! Eventually, overcrowding must also solve its shortcomings, according to the adepts of natural selection.
Although it may seem hard to believe, even in this liberal era (where sex has ceased to represent a sort of carnal mystery, practiced only in the bedroom, with the shutters well closed and about which it is talked with shame and low-voice), there continue to exist massive concerns regarding the subject, or incorrect information, taken over by questionable sources such as "neighborhood science", pornographic productions or online environment (suffocated by "experts" with a mega experience, but the same virtual as their relations or even their very real existence).
Sex is an exciting "field" not only from a practical point of view, but also in theory (always surprising and tenderer), revealing all sorts of useful information to those who want to enjoy experiences as inedited, avidly assimilated, all the way out.
What else new could be said about this subject, in addition to the tons of information already circulating around the world via the internet? And yet... given the fact that the "field" is a very broad one, if not inexhaustible, news continually appear, revealing more new sides or interpretations.
Practiced alone, in a couple or in a group, sex represents that exciting part of life without which few (unlucky, unconscious or simply capricious) choose to live. For those who welcome it with open arms, sex continues to offer countless surprises, to trigger challenges and to serve dilemmas that an appropriate mix of experience and theory can decipher without experiencing many difficulties.
Sex is great. But not always happens like in the movies: in an atmosphere full of romance, with scented candles organized strategically or red rose petals scattered over the sheets that portend... action.
Sometimes, in the real life, the love scenes are flecked with the inevitable embarrassing "mistakes", which we never see on TV, except in comedies, parodies or video -clips with ironical tint (but certainly funny). The fallings