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Everyone knows about Cosmo's sex tips that must be designed to cause injury and heartbreak and most people have the common sense to avoid the hell out of them.Unfortunately most people aren't ALL people, Alice Fraser talks to the unfortunate few who have experienced Cosmo's sex tips in all their horror. Also, if you think too hard about it, it can become incredibly complicated.Cosmopolitan editor in chief Kate White said that over the years she has received countless emails and letters from men who wished they had a version of Cosmo entirely for themselves."The idea for CFG really came from men themselves," White said in a statement.Marco: “I was asleep in bed one night after an exhausting 16 hour work-day, and my fiancé was out with her girlfriends for a margarita party. I didn’t know she was trying to ‘subtly find my ‘male g-spot’’ until I’d punched her off the bed.According to her, when she came home and saw me splayed out face down on the bed, she couldn’t resist trying one of the ‘tips’ she’d been discussing with her gal-pals. Then I had to deal with the looks of family and friends at our engagement party that weekend when she showed up with a horrific black eye, and refused to talk about it.We’re not sure that glazed spittle counts as a “new dimension,” but it will definitely make for an interesting cleanup, especially if you plan on having sex later with a woman whose vaginal flora isn’t accustomed to sugar (spoiler: all of them).: “The key to sexiness may lie in yogurt—at least for mice. Not being able to see means more spilling, which means more licking up the mess.”It’s not like we need to sleep here later! Men’s Health: "If you're out in public but want to make your intentions clear, slowly and firmly flick your tongue against the palm of her hand.
It is both good and bad, simple and complicated, like a good extra-virgin olive oil unexpectedly poured onto the nether-regions of your beloved in the early hours of the morning.
Because an intensely vulnerable and genuine connection with another human being can get boring and repetitive after a while, there are a lot of sources of advice to ‘spice things up’ in the bedroom. According to popular advice columns like Cosmo and Cleo, sex can be fresh or stale, spicy or bland, ‘yum’ or ‘yawn inducing’. According to the underlying theory of sex that underlies sex-tips in magazines, sex is a series of horrifyingly mechanical ‘moves’ and ‘techniques’ that will either ‘blow your guy’s mind’ or ensure that he ‘never strays’.
If you have an adequately obscure rolodex of tips and tricks for how to ‘please your man’ in the bedroom, you really have nothing else to worry about in your relationship, and you’ll never have to actually ask him what he would like or address any of your own needs.
CFG, or Cosmo for Guys, is a highly interactive digital magazine available exclusively for the i Pad.
Its aim is to help men navigate the female psyche to figure out what women really want.