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The Real Kama Sutra is Not Tantra……but here’s why you should be interested in both…

The Real Kama Sutra is Not Tantra……but here’s why you should be interested in both…

Tantra and the Kama Sutra are often lumped together by sex writers today. But as you’ll find out below, the two, very worthy subjects are only distantly related!
Modern sexual marketing has ensured that the first things most people envision when they hear “Kama Sutra” are images of statues with entwined limbs and bodies in exotic sexual positions. These images are the frequently re-printed photographs of explicitly sensual statues in the Dakini temples of Southern India. These are tantric temples – but the only relationship between the pictures and the Kama Sutra is the 30 or so love positions mentioned in that Text…
Many illustrated books and websites about the Kama Sutra contain only these few chapters – the ones on sexual positions, methods of embrace, kissing, scratching, biting, touching…
But only getting these excerpts is to limit yourself as a sensualist. The Kama Sutra is much more. But it’s not, strictly speaking, tantric…
Any good lover can tell you that arousal and captivation are more than just sexual techniques, that knowing 30 sexual positions isn’t enough to keep a lover thinking about your naked body, even years later… Understanding the mind and senses of your lover fosters an eroticism far more ecstatic and profound than just learning techniques… Tantra takes that one step further and couples spiritual ecstasy with this sensual and sexual bliss. This step is what’s missing from the Kama Sutra…
“Kama Sutra” is frequently mistranslated as “the arts of love,” but really, Kama means “love, pleasure, and the life of the senses” and a Sutra is a group of aphorisms – short, pithy sayings.
The Kama Sutra was written by Mallanaga of the clan or sept called Vatsyayana. Mallanaga was a holy man, a seer, and a sage, and in all of the spiritual senses of the word, a tantric. He worshipped the Divine as both feminine and masculine, and lived primarily a religious life.
He wrote the Kama Sutra for the ruling class, which at that time in India’s history was the Kshatriya, or Warrior caste. Based on mentions of 1st Century historical figures in the Kama Sutra, and on mentions of the Kama Sutra in early 5th Century works, we know that Mallanaga Vatsyayana wrote the Sutra sometime between the 1st and 4th Centuries A.D.
In writing his treatise, Mallanaga Vatsyayana wrote:
“…an intelligent person, attending to Dharma (the spiritual life and obligations) and Artha (worldly welfare and the obligations of society), and attending to Kama also, without becoming the slave of his passions, obtains success in everything he may undertake”
Kama Sutra begins with a salutation to the Divine balance of these three principles, Dharma, Artha, and Kama.
There are no tantric sexual or spiritual practices (puja) in the Kama Sutra. There are, however, a few examples of simple magical tantra – the making of charms, potions, and amulets – in the final chapters titled “On Attracting Others”.
In fact, most of the spiritual and sexual Tantras (tantric teachings) were only oral tradition in Vatsyayana’s time. It wasn’t until several centuries later that the Tantras were turned into scripture (The tantras were written down beginning in the 5th century, and continuing through the 19th century…)
To someone who has bought “Tantra for Dummies,” or any similar books written by a marketing-savy western sexologists with no Tantric background, the lack of “tantric” material in the Kama Sutra may be quite a surprise. Vatsyayana, like his peers, kept the tantric secrets secret – as oral tradition.
So don’t look to Kama Sutra to spiritualize your lovemaking, but do look to it to understand sensuality and human nature.
Look to the Kama Sutra for exactly the purpose for which it was written: As a manual for satisfying, balancing and enjoying the realm of the senses.
The Kama Sutra is simultaneously a manual of matchmaking, flirting, sensuality in life and in sex, romantic love, human nature, attracting a man, turning on a woman, how to seduce a man, how to captivate a woman, how to get a man or woman to marry you, arranged marriages, affairs, gold-digging, the economics of love, affairs with courtesans, keeping the affections of a lover or spouse, love potions, charms, and everything in between…
Mallanaga was brilliant in his insight that sexuality begins before the bedroom — in the realm of the senses and in the imagination. He expresses that attitude, bearing, and mystery are as important in love as technique. That simply knowing positions and techniques doesn’t captivate a lover. You must first capture their sensual experience through suggestive conversation, smell, and brief touches…
This understanding of the importance of mental and emotional attitude, and of bodily focus, is distinctive of a tantric. But it is applied only in its worldly form in the Kama Sutra.
In his own spiritual pursuits, Vatsyayana applied the same understanding to the pursuit of Realization and Liberation. He was an acknowledged spiritual master of his time. It also seems quite certain from his knowledge of women and their pleasures that his spirituality was sensual, and not celibate.
So why did Mallanaga Vatsyayana *not* include tantric sexual practices in his most famous work?
Because he knew that sexuality is only an appropriate spiritual tool for some. He wrote the Kama Sutra for the ruling class – so they could balance and enjoy their sensual appetites with their social and spiritual obligations as rulers. Not to pass on secrets he knew would be lost on many of these students.
So feel free read the real Kama Sutra, exploring the power of your sensuality, just as you explore your worldly and spiritual life. And if you want something deeper, if you feel drawn to Divine expression within everything – including your sensuality – you won’t find it in “Tantra for Dummies. ” You’ll find it by learning from real Tantrics!
For every student, there is a teacher.
Keep in touch, smile, breathe right, and keep your tongue up!
Your Friend,
Tao Semko
www.UmaaTantra.com

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STDs : The “Silent” Infection

STDs : The “Silent” Infection

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Let’s face it.
Sex is a fact of life. But today’s increasing sexual liberation and tolerance have resulted in unconventional practices and encouraged sexual orientations that were once considered taboo to be accepted by quite a number of people. Without passing judgement to those individuals who prefer to experiment in their sexual affairs, this liberal attitude and behavior could lead to serious consequences if parameters to a pleasurable and safe sexual activities are not observed and met. The same is also true with the general public who lacks proper understanding and appreciation of sexual health issues and standards which could lead to neglect of their partners’ sexual rights.

Every sexual encounter should be coupled with a responsible attitude. The lack of it can result in unwanted pregnancy that may lead to emotional and psychological complications, not only for the parents but also the child. Unprotected sex also exposes sexual partners to a high risk of contracting chronic sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

Do not be deceived. Even the seemingly healthy person beside you can be afflicted with sexually transmitted disease without you or that person knowing it. Though some STDs may produce obvious symptoms, most STDs are asymptomatic infections that do not show noticeable signs and symptoms. Thus, they can be called the “silent” infection. These cases can only be diagnosed through medical testing. However, there is no widespread program that requires routine check-up. Moreover, there seems to be a lack of public awareness aggravated by the social stigma regarding STDs that keeps people from discussing it with their chosen health care professionals.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are diseases caused by by viruses, bacteria and parasites and can easily be transmitted through body contact during sex. Sometimes, STD takes a long time to display any kind of symptoms. The following are some of the most common STD that affect sexually active individuals:

l Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease caused by bacterial infection. It is the most common treatable bacterial STD but if not given proper attention may cause serious problems later in life. Chlamydia often infects the cervix in women while the urethra, rectum and eyes can be infected in both sexes. Symptoms of infection may show up at anytime between 1 to 3 weeks after exposure, or it can also be delayed for indefinite period of time.

l Gonorrhea is a bacterial infection that is sexually transmitted and can infect the cervix, urethra, rectum, anus and throat. Symptoms may show up at anytime between 1 and 14 days after exposure and more noticeable in men than in women. However, it is possible to be infected with gonorrhoea and have no obvious symptoms.

l Crabs or Pubic Lice are small, crab shaped blood-sucking parasites that live on pubic hair but can also be found wherever there is hair such as in the armpits, on the body and even in facial hair such as eyebrows. Crabs or pubic lice can also survive away from the body. They may be found in clothes, bedding and towels. You can have crabs and not know about it until after 2 to 3 weeks when you experience some itching. Crabs are mainly passed on through body contact during sex, but they can also be passed on through sharing clothes, towels or bedding with someone who has them.

l Genital Herpes is caused by the virus called herpes simplex and can affect the mouth, genital area, the skin around the anus, and the fingers. After the first outbreak of herpes is over, the virus hides away in the nerve fibres and remains totally undetected without causing any symptom. Symptoms usually appear one to 26 days after exposure and last for two to three weeks. Symptoms include an itching in the genital or anal area, small fluid-filled blisters that can burst and leave small sores which can be very painful, urine discomfort, and a flu-like illness, backache, headache, swollen glands or fever.

l Genital Warts are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). These are small fleshy growths found anywhere on a man or woman’s genital area, or on different parts of the body, such as the hands and anus. After you have been infected with the genital wart virus it usually takes between 1 and 3 months for warts to appear on your genitals. They may occur singly or in groups. They may itch, but are usually painless. Often there are no other symptoms. If a woman has warts on her cervix, this may cause slight bleeding or, very rarely, an unusual coloured vaginal discharge.

l Gut Infections are bacterial infections that can be passed on during sex. When they reach your gut they can cause diarrhea and stomach pains. Infection can be prevented through using condoms, dental dams or latex gloves. Sex toys should be thoroughly cleaned after use and hands washed after any contact with feces. Anti-diarrhea treatments and antibiotics can be used for treatment.

l Syphilis is a bacterial infection that is sexually transmitted and may also be passed from an infected mother to her unborn child. The signs and symptoms of syphilis are the same in both men and women. They can be difficult to recognize and may take up to 3 months to show after having sexual contact with an infected person. Syphilis has several stages. The primary and secondary stages are very infectious.

It is very important that an STD is detected early and treated before it becomes seriousand lead to long-term complications or permanent damage. Abstinence is the surest thing to avoid contracting an STD. If you are sexually active; the practice of safe sex can greatly help in minimizing risk from STD. Always use condoms during sexual intercourse or dental dams for oral sex. Make sure to sanitize sex toys before and after use. Observe genital hygiene routines, as well as keeping your hands clean at all times. Consult with your professional health care provider for advice on getting tested for STD.

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Fucking Machines

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The rage these days with sex toys is fucking machines yes you heard that right a fucking machine. Not really hard to figure out it’s exactly what it’s called a fucking machine and it does just that. It’s a machine that will fuck you! Now you don’t need to do any work just relax and turn on that sex machine and you will be ready to have full sexual satisfaction with orgasms out of this world.

Fucking machines have been selling like crazy to say the least and really solves a lot of problems to say the least. How you say? Well think of this!

Just imagine this and that’s if you are a guy and has someone like a girlfriend a wife or a lover and is in the room using her fucking machine she is as wet as can be and having the orgasm of her life and you are about to fuck her. That wouldn’t get you off? Yeah right you know it would!

If you are a women and don’t have a man in your life a fucking machine would sure put a smile on your face or should i say a lot of shivers in your body. When you do decide to get a man in your life don’t be shy about breaking out that fucking machine in front of him because believe me you will put the biggest smile on his face or atleast that’s how he will fill inside. You will be giving him one of his biggest fantasies just the thought of you using the fucking machine in front of him.

A lot of women are buying a sex fucking machine as it’s the best way to have the ultimate orgasm. You can even use it as a anal fucking machine to get that great anal stimulation for women as well as men.

Fucking machines have a motor which makes a dildo stroke rotate back and forth automatically and most can be controlled by a remote control to make the speed of the sex machine go fast or slow. You can use interchangable Vac-U-Lock Dildo system to change the style of the dildo. Most of the better fucking machines are made of steel making them last a lifetime.

There are many different styles of sex machines some are handheld some sex machines look like a toolbox or locker to disguise the look as well as hide easily.

Some of the popular sex fucking machines are the Stallion fucking machine, the gang bang fucking machine, black magic fucking machine, doggy style fucking machine and the rider fuck machine.

Fucking machines are not much money considering what they do but they do tend to be a little expsensive but well worth it to get a better quality fucking machine. Spend the extra cash as you well have the best orgasm just based on that alone see my point.

The different names they use as well for the fucking machine is fuck machine, sex machine and the love machine but it all comes down to it’s a fucking machine.

Don’t be shy try a sex machine you will see they are fully accepted these days and your companion will love you for it! You can’t ask more in a sex toy.

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Sex in Advertising

Sex in Advertising

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We’re surrounded by advertisements that desperately compete for our attention. Everywhere we look, we find ourselves inevitably drawn to images of scantily clad attractive men and women that are supposed to somehow inspire us to purchase products they endorse. Sure, this attention-getting strategy is popular. But, is it effective?
Sex appeal can increase the effectiveness of an ad or commercial because it attracts the customer’s attention.
It’s human nature to be curious about sex. A pair of long legs on a billboard is more likely to catch (and hold) a guy’s attention than a puppy, regardless of how cute it may be. Even women are drawn to them, perhaps with the desire of having goddess-like legs.
However, misuse of sex appeal can be costly. Many campaigns deemed offensive have started brand boycotts that affect sales and damage brand reputation. Abercrombie & Fitch has been involved in several scandals, the latest from their most recent catalog entitled “XXX Wet, Hot Summer Fun.” On April 18, 2002, only a week after the catalog hit the stores, the Illinois State Senate passed a resolution condemning A&F’s advertising tactics. This resolution, backed by several nonprofit organizations, suggests citizens and shareholders boycott Abercrombie’s products and to take a stand against the company’s marketing strategies. Although sexy images in catalogs are not at all uncommon, “XXX Wet, Hot Summer Fun” featured naked boys and girls frolicking in natural settings. Not quite appropriate for an apparel catalog targeted at teenagers.
Sex in advertising has stirred controversy for many years, an advertiser must be careful when incorporating it in a campaign. Great advertisers consider not only the attention-getting power of an advertisement or commercial, but also what kind of emotional response it provokes in customers. Studies show that the attractiveness of the endorsing model provokes positive responses. Nudity and graphic erotic content, while still increasing consumer’s attention, doesn’t really generate positive feelings among viewers. In other words, advertisers must be careful to avoid the “cheap shot,” which may negatively affect a brand’s image.
To avoid that, the sexual content in advertising must be appropriate to the product category and have a proper underlying message. In 2000, Heineken launched the “It’s All About the Beer” campaign. One spot, called “The Premature Pour,” shows a beautiful seductive woman pouring Heineken into a glass. When a guy across the bar responds by pouring his own, he nervously pours too fast and spills foam all over the table and himself. The sexual content is implicit, yet direct. The sexual reference in this and other spots in the campaign worked, causing sales to rise 13% in the first two quarters of 2002. However, Steve Davis (VP of marketing in Heineken USA), claims that, “Provocative is a very good place to be, as long as we’re not inflammatory. But the spots also work for a different reason. From the tag line to the plot, they are about a desire for Heineken. Our ads make the beer the hero.”
Sex sells, yes, but only when used “in good taste.” As marketers we must think not only in getting customers’ attention for the short term, but also in building a brand reputation that will yield long-term results.

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SEX AFTER MENOPAUSE

SEX AFTER MENOPAUSE

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Summary: Providing the facts surrounding the issue on sex after menopause.

Women fidget when it’s being talked about. They whisper and look around as if their whole life depended on it. Women think it’s the biggest secret next to the existence of biological warfare. But is it really?

As most female fear, menopause does not signal the end to a happy sexual life. This misconception has led many people to believe that sex after menopause is nonexistent. This fear may have been a result of stereotyping older women as plain and boring. Moreover, the fact that menopausal women will no longer be able to bear children has been linked with the loss of sexual urges.

Experts say that sex drive should not lessen as people get older. In fact studies have found out that sexuality is an important factor in increasing the quality of our lives. Sex after menopause, as with passion and romance, can actually be more enticing when you are 50.

Several women may have bid goodbye to their interest in sex the same time they did to their menstruation periods. Their reasons vary. Some feel that sex after menopause is more painful and less fulfilling. Others are simply reluctant thinking that menopause accompanied by their weight gain may have made them undesirable to their partners. And a few simply lost the desire.

However, a greater percentage of women said that they did not feel any decrease in activities related to sex after menopause. Fact is, fulfilling sexual life does not disappear with time. The women who find sex after menopause more enjoyable said that they need not worry about contraceptives and unwanted pregnancies anymore, making them perform better in bed.

For those who may have problems with sex after menopause though, there are numerous ways to deal with them. Lubricating gels, vaginal moisturizers, and even vaginal estrogen creams can make sex after menopause as satisfying as it was during your child-bearing years. Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is also said to relieve vaginal dryness. However, since there have been negative effects associated with the use of HRT, it is best to consult your doctor before attempting to use it.

Female who are experiencing menopause may complain of several changes including a low desire for sex. While this is not true for all, and not a clear explanation has been derived at, experts believe that this is mostly a psychological-related issue. Women’s attitude towards menopause may have a big impact on their sexuality. Accepting menopause as a natural phase that brings exciting challenges to a woman’s life may not require you to see a sex therapist but will prove to you that indeed, there can be wonderful sex after menopause.