Orgasm Workshops For Men

Groups all around the world are springing up to teach Orgasmic Meditation.

It is open to men and women. It’s equally powerful for both partners — only the object of focus is the penis.

You will learn how to stroke the man’s penis correctly so that he can truly relax and achieve a state of peaceful meditation and contentedness as you gradually stroke him to orgasm over a period of 15 – 20 minutes.

Developing the correct stroking techniques is important and requires practice. For this reason, we have Certified Instructors to teach these techniques and answer any questions. For example, the up stroke is different to the down stroke. You can view one of our instructors explain in a short Youtube video.

You can also attend conferences dedicated to men’s orgasms as it is important to their sense of well-being and fulfillment. TEDx and OM

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Women Can’t Cope In Real-World Business So The World Must Change

Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick has stated “We are trying to fix women, rather than change the system — and that’s what we need to do, change the system”. “We need male leaders to step up within their organisations and at a national level to advocate for change.”

In other words, Broderick believes that women (or at least most of them) cannot cope with real-world business conditions in the free market. Therefore, it is too much to ask for women to be competitive on their own merits and it should therefore be the business world to further ease the path for women (in addition to the current ‘for women only’ quotas, scholarships, government programs and departments, committees, awards and incentives.) Furthermore, Broderick stresses that ‘men must be central’ to do it for them.

Apparently, lifting the female participation rate by 6 per cent would also see Australian women doing as much administrative work and support roles for men as Canadian women while boosting the economy with increased demand for child care workers to take care of the children of working women. Unfortunately, since society’s general attitude is that most men cannot be trusted with children (even though most child abuse is at the hands of women), these child care positions will be filled by other women. Perhaps it is time to address the ‘lace curtain’ – the discrimination against men in female dominated areas, such as nursing, teaching and child care. Women must be central to changing the ongoing vilification and discrimination against men that has been so successfully promoted by feminist groups over the last several decades.

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Have You Ever Beat Up A Girlfriend? Cause, Uh, We Have

According to a study of relationships, a lot of guys are beating up their GFs and wives and the chicks aren’t fighting back. We decided to conduct an informal survey of the writers here to see who’s gotten violent with their women. After reviewing the answers, let’s just say that it’d be wise to never ever fuck with us.

One writer got into it with a chick while they were breaking up, while another went nuts on his girl and began violently shoving her. One of your editors heard his girlfriend flirting on the phone with another man, so he slapped the phone out of her hands and hit her in the face and neck… “partially open handed.” Another editor slapped a girl when “she told me she thought she had breast cancer.” (Okay, that one made us laugh really hard.) And lastly, one writer punched a steady in the face and broke her glasses. She had discovered a sex story he was writing about another chick on his laptop, so she picked it up and threw it. And that’s when he socked her. She was, uh, totally asking for it.

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Government Boosts Corporate Training Scholarships (Women Need NOT Apply)

The Australian Government, eager to demonstrate that it is a supporter of equal opportunity for men and women, is tripling its funding of scholarships for top-performing corporate executives. The scholarships are available exclusively to men.

The Sex Discrimination Commissioner dismissed the suggestion that there is an imbalance of women executives and that scholarships should be made available to women too. The Commissioner asserted that women are generally not interested in pursuing corporate careers and that this is why it is only natural to see more men in corporate careers and therefore scholarships for women are not necessary.

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