Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Nick Jonas loves dating Older Women

Nick Jonas has a lot of young female fans, so it might come as a surprise that he actually prefers older women.
According to his brother Kevin Jonas, Nick dates an older woman. He's experienced a lot of life and an older woman is more his fancy.
And there is no age limit for his future woman. His last relationship with Delta Goodwin, the 28-year-old Aussie star dated was eight-years-older beau before they split up in February 2012.

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Older women love sex more

According to a recent survey done by Anne Rodgers for her book 'Kiss and Tell'

What stimulates your desire?
“Sexy books.” 86, married
“At my age, anything!” 66, married
“His passion for me.” 70, widowed
“Touching my breasts, feeling desired … talking dirty.” 79, widowed

What are you thinking about during sex?
“Sex, sex, sex. Who can think of anything else?” 86, widowed
“Reaching a climax together.” 73, married
“I’m hoping I can get to orgasm.” 87, widowed

When was the best sex of your life, and why?
“In the back seat of a limo on our 25th anniversary.” 64, married
“It just keeps getting better and better as I learn to relax and trust myself.” 74, married
“Everything now; no more inhibitions.” 81, married
“In my 40s, with my husband, in a car at a concert venue while waiting to pick up our teenage son from a concert. Excitement and danger!” 69, married

What’s the biggest lie you were told about sex?
“Sex drive diminishes after menopause … wrong, wrong, wrong.” 66, divorced
“That you should wait until marriage. I only slept with two men and married them both. Now, at 65, I wish I’d had more experiences.” 65, married
“That sex stops in old age.” 71, married

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

3 types of female sex offenders

According to a Professor Ogloff says there are three types of female sex offenders,
-those who engage in sex offending with a male partner
-those who have deep psychological problems stemming from their own abuse and go on to sexually abuse their own children or a relative; and, the most common,
-teachers or adults in a position of care who form an attachment to a teenage boy.

Even though they might be 30 or 40 years old, psychologically they represent themselves as 15 or 16 and therefore they justify this as love and legitimate

For female sex offenders in that circumstance, while there is obviously a sexual element, it tends to be a more search for emotional connection. Quite often they might be struggling with their own relationships. They feel they are in love with the young person and they getting a lot of sexual excitement out of the relationship, but there is typically a stronger emotional attachment than with the guys.

Carr Gregg believes women who have relationships with teenage boys are psychologically unwell.

It's a kind of arrested development. Even though they might be 30 or 40 years old, psychologically they represent themselves as 15 or 16 and therefore they justify this as love and legitimate.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Young boy rape victims suffer similar trauma to female victims

A teenage boy may fantasize about being seduced by a sexually experienced older woman, but in reality his normal development is at stake.

Melbourne adolescent psychologist Michael Carr Gregg says there is a “massive power imbalance” when an adult, whether male or female, preys on an adolescent victim.

“What you've got is this adult who basically is making children whose minds aren't ready get aroused and that is massively confusing for them when their body responds,” Carr Gregg says.

“As a result, a second developmental task - which is identity formation, answering the question `who am I?' - is also interrupted because peers help you distance yourself from mum and dad and help you with a third developmental task, which is psychologically emancipation to have the space to figure out who you are and take healthy risks,” he says.

Female sex crimes on the rise. A recent case of an unhappily married 42-year-old who behaved like a self-indulgent teenager. She cared for her two children, but didn't maintain discipline or set boundaries.

She enjoyed hanging out with her son's friends and was flattered when one paid her attention in a way her husband did not. Never mind that he was 13 years old and she was a parent trusted by others to act responsibly. He seemed mature and she felt free to turn to him for affection.

For three-and-half years they had sex regularly, about weekly or fortnightly. She even phoned his school pretending to be his mother to get him out of class. (CONTINUE READING MORE)

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Aussie woman allegedly had relations with her son's friend

A TEENAGER sexually abused by a woman almost 30 years older has told police that intercourse ''sort of just became the norm''.
He was not prepared to ''say it was forced upon me now, but it was just the norm of what happens'', he said in a statement. ''I never wanted to do it, but I felt as though I had to do it,'' the victim, now 23, told police in 2010.

He was 13 and at a Melbourne private school in 2002 when Deborah Goulopoulos first instigated sex with him.
''I knew it wasn't right and I didn't feel right,'' he said in a statement. ''I had never had sex before this and I felt sick to the bottom of my stomach.''

Goulopoulos gave him money, gifts, alcohol and drugs during a 2½ year period of offending.
In his statement, the boy said he met Goulopoulos at a Box Hill skatepark with her son.
''It was like she was a teenager, the way she used to act,'' he said. ''Deborah was always around and she was really easy to talk to.
''I could talk to her about anything. She was more of a friend than a strict parent. She didn't have any rules.

We could do what we want.'' He recalled the second or third time he stayed at her house that she ''put it on me to have sex with her'' before they had it in the garage. He told police: ''We didn't speak about anything. I was in shock. This was the first time that anything like that had happened to me.
''I didn't know what to do. I just stood there still and didn't move. I didn't know what to say or do. It felt really awkward.

''It stopped because she stopped.'' The following night he said they also had sex and early the next morning he heard her husband's car approaching so she jumped out of bed and ''I was just lying there in shock.''
''I sort of didn't believe that it had happened,'' he said. ''I was exhausted then after skateboarding that day and getting no sleep the night before.''

The victim described how after six months he regularly became ill at school, could not concentrate and his grades suffered. But he did not want to tell his parents who were ''oblivious''. He said Goulopoulos bought him skateboards and gave him money - and also later drugs - and when his father caught him counting $1000 he told him ''everything''.

Monday, April 8, 2013

10 reasons to date a cougar

Emily Hartridge’s quirky ’10 reasons why’ videos cover a variety of issues affecting young people in modern life, and have propelled her to internet stardom.
Her YouTube channel now has over 35,000 subscribers enjoying her frank and funny approach, complete with sketches, on topics as diverse as siblings and Christmas, to sexual experiences.
Her latest video gives 10 reasons why her male fans should date an older woman, or ‘cougar’.
Emily Hartridge tells her You Tube viewers exactly why they should date a cougar in this weeks installment of her video blog

Reason three: A cougar will chase you

Confessing that she herself was once a cougar (by two years) and using her friend George as her pretend boyfriend to help her illustrate each reason, Emily, referencing the silly America Pie movie, explains: ‘Dating a cougar is every guys dream. I mean even I would have had sex with Stifler’s mum.’
Reasons for this idolisation are, according to Emily, a great deal to do with the confidence older women often possess in comparison to their younger counterparts.
This self-assurance means not only will there be less tantrums and insecurities in the relationship, but that a cougar is more likely to be assertive - which is sexy - and to be more independent.

Emily's faux boyfriend George suffers with Emily as a non-cougar girlfriend who heavily relies on him

Emily uses an online aging app to show that not everyone keeps their good looks
Not only is a cougar unlikely to lean on her man for emotional and financial support, she might actually take care of him.

10 reasons why ... you should date a cougar

1. Older women probably aren’t going to be tech savvy, so they cant check up on you
2. They are more experienced in the bedroom 
3. Older women are independent – they won't depend on you for financial and emotional support
4. There will be less tantrums and insecurities in your relationship 
5. You won’t need to chase them, they’ll chase you
6. A cougar will never drag  you to see a Twilight movie
7. They are wise, and so a cougar will take care of you
8. Older women have enough life experience to know what they want
9. Cougars are past stage of having children
10. Your friends will be jealous
They are also less likely to ‘check up’ on you using your phone or Facebook, as a cougar probably wont be that tech savvy.
Another reason behind the cougar's allure for a man is that they will pursue you.
As Emily explains: ‘A cougar is actually a big cat that likes to hunt, rather than be hunted. So if you detain a cougar, you won’t need to do the chasing, she’ll get her man.’
And of course, another reason men should date a cougar is their additional sexual know-how and skills.
As Emily points out: ‘What’s better than a hands on lesson?’
‘Let’s say you’re the cougar and you’re dating a younger guy who doesn’t really know what he’s doing in the bedroom, think how much you’ll be helping him with future women he'll have sex with,’ she says.
However, while a cougar having grown up in a different era may have benefits, it also of course means that they are older – and Emily uses an online ageing app on herself to show that this is not always such a good thing.


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