Hey sweeties, Do you know that during pregnancy the desire of sex rises for most women and the men's desire gets lower? Not because he doesn't like sex anymore but he is scared of hurting his pregnant wife. Some men are disgusted and irritated to have sex with their pregnant wife during pregnancy and this is really shameful and will put the wife in serious pain when putting to birth and pushing out the baby because the way will be totally blocked/closed. During pregnancy it's better to do sex positions that the woman will be in control and it is not advisable to do hard sex. Here are 10 sex positions that are safe and enjoyable during pregnancy. (Warning!!! Viewers Discretion Advised) +18. Adults only!
More and more women are becoming lesbians everyday, We are bothered that's why we show concern by writing this article. This article is carefully put together by MJB Team to tackle the "Problem" Do you concur it's a problem? Yes it is because it's not the normal way to have sex, It is Biblically disapproved. We know it's a normal thing for worldly people, But for people like us at MJB who see homosexuality as abnormality because of our strong belief in GOD this topic is a must talk about and as a matter of fact a must "Talk Against". Let's take a look at the 3 solid reasons why women are turning over to women for sexual pleasure.
1. Lack of satisfaction from men: The fault and blame may be on you if you don't satisfy your woman. Are you good in bed? Do you know what your woman like in bed? Do you give it to her the way she want it and when she need it?
Hey friends! Food talk is back... And today I have an interesting recipe for you all.
*A plate of Arumeka (Beans And Corn Porridge) Yummy!*
Origin: It is a local Nigerian meal but very delicious and nutritious. It is locally called "Arumeka" but in English it is called "Beans And Corn Porridge". It is cooked like beans and yam or beans and rice.
Adalu or Arumeka (Nigerian Beans and corn Porridge) is a delicious traditional Nigerian food, also known as ''Ewa ati Agbado''(yoruba) and ''Agwa na oka''(igbo).
It is a great way to combine beans and corn together. In this way, you get the best of both foods in a single meal.
If you are not a fan of beans , this recipe will make you an instant lover of beans.
Here's an easy *Beans And Corn Porridge* recipe!
Cook the beans first. Peel the corn and remove it from the cob/stick. When the beans is well don…