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    Jul 2010

    His 9 pleasure triggers- In memory of Helen Gurley Brown.

    As im sure you know Helen Gurley Brown passed away Sunday August 13 2012 at the age of 90 years old she served 32 years as editor in chief at Cosmo.

    In dedication and memorandum I would like to post the following article "Where to Touch a Man-His 9 Pleasure triggers"

    There are places on his body that are loaded with sensitive nerve endings.

    As you know, the male body is definitely a hotbed of feel-good zones. But now experts are saying there are nine special, cream-of-the-crop spots that do double duty when it comes to sexual gratification. We're talking about passion points hiding in plain sight that even he may not be clued in to. Touching and teasing them the right way will turn on all of his senses and make him feel so good, he'll think he's gone to pleasure heaven. "These are places on his body that are literal hot spots, loaded with supersensitive nerve endings that instantly rev him up when stimulated," explains Patti Britton, PhD, Los Angeles-based clinical sexologist and author of the The Complete Idiot's Guide to Sensual Massage. Here, check out our guide to those nine naughty triggers, as well as the specific lick, squeeze and stroke technique for each that will send him into orgasmic overdrive.

    The Outside of His Lower Lip
    The male mouth is an obvious moan zone. But zeroing in on that slope between his outside lower lip and chin will bring ultraintense bliss to his kisser. We've discovered that this tiny, delicate curve is packed with extrasensitive nerve receptors, says Lou Paget, author of The Big O and a certified sex educator.

    Manhandle-him move: While making out, suck his lower lip into your mouth. Use the tip of your tongue to stroke up and down mere millimeters below it. "That motion stimulates the whole erogenous zone in a teasing way, which will put him on the erotic edge," says Paget. "And by keeping his lower lip inside yours, you magnify the sensation. It'll feel as if electric currents are shooting from his mouth straight to his member."

    The Front of His Neck
    Women tend to pay oral attention to the sides of his neck between his ear and his collar but it turns out they're missing the major stimulation spot: just below his Adam's apple. "The thyroid, a butterfly-shaped gland about halfway down the front of his neck, is closely linked to the sex organs, according to ancient Chinese medicine," says reflexologist Master Mantak Chia, author of Sexual Reflexology.

    Manhandle-him move: Have your guy lie on his back with a pillow plumped behind his head so his neck is exposed and slightly arched forward. Warm him up by brushing your wet lips against the hollow of his throat. Next, run the soft flat of your tongue straight up until you're licking his Adam's apple. The thyroid is just beneath it; dip down and pause here and massage the area in wide circular motions with your tongue. "Teasing him in circles ensures that you excite the entire thyroid, so he gets maximum pleasure," says Chia. He'll be so hot and bothered, he'll gurgle your name in gratitude

    His Nipples
    You know that your nipples are a carnal command center. Yet experts found your guy's headlights might be even more sensitive, since most men aren't used to having these sexy switches lavished with attention. "For a lot of men, their nipples are uncharted territory an erogenous zone they haven't experimented with," explains Britton. Touch them, however, and you'll send shock waves of pleasure radiating through him, she adds.

    Manhandle-him move: Our ultimate manipulation trick is called the ice cream swirl. While he's stretched out on his back, "slowly lick in a circle starting outside his areola, circling closer toward the nipple as you would an ice cream cone," says Britton. Keep tantalizing him by zeroing in closer with your tongue. Finally, quickly flick the nipple, then very gently bite it. "Men love when you slowly build up the pressure like that," she says. So don't be afraid to nip him harder than you would like to be.

    To up the erotic ante, suck on an ice cube before you begin. Your cold tongue will supercharge the concentrated cluster of nipple nerve endings.

    The Dip Under His Ankle
    Halfway between his heel and ankle bone is a fingertip-size pressure point that we've learned has enormous passion potential, explains Laura Norman, author of Feet First. "This spot is linked to the sex organs," says Norman. "Pressing it releases energy, producing feelings of pleasure."

    Manhandle-him move: Do the deed in the reverse girl-on-top position, so you face his feet. As you sense your guy is getting close to climax, reach forward, grab his ankles and pulse each pressure point in rhythm with your thrusts. He'll blow a gasket in seconds...and playing footsie will never be the same.

    His Perineum
    Most men are shy about guiding you to this patch of skin just past his family jewels. But beneath it is his prostate gland an organ with major orgasmic power. "A few soft strokes here will bring him to the brink," says Tracey Cox, author of Supersex.

    Manhandle-him move: Before he enters you in the missionary position, reach between his legs and lightly tease his entire package. "When your hand is behind his testicles, press your knuckles gently into the smooth flesh," says Cox. Your naughty kneading will bliss him out. Then, knock boots and knead him at the same time. When he's ready to hit the roof, push your knuckles deeper -- it'll extend his orgasm, adds Cox.

    His Shaft
    Any nooky novice can make a man sweat by manipulating his entire love muscle. But carnal connoisseurs now know that one specific member-only move on a certain stretch of his little soldier is so scorching, it'll set his desire on fire.

    Manhandle-him move: Have your man lie on his back comfortably, then sit between his outstretched legs, facing him. Make two tight rings around his penis with the thumb and index finger of both your hands, placing the rings one on top of the other in the middle of his shaft. Slide the rings in opposite directions, going back and forth from the base to the head simultaneously. "This is a torrid twist on the usual one-handed up-and-down motion," says Cox. "He'll feel incredible friction, especially if you start off torturously slow, building up speed as he gets more and more pumped and then slowing down to keep him in a holding pattern." To make this move even more mind-blowing, squirt some lubricant into your hand

    The Head of His Penis
    With more pleasure receptors than any other part of his package, this tip of the amorous iceberg is the nexus of male sex nerves. But it's tricky to get the right level of pressure so you send him soaring into ecstasy, not recoiling in sensory overload, says Barbara Keesling, PhD, author of The Good Girl's Guide to Bad Girl Sex.

    Manhandle-him move: Try the "lipstick" trick: With your man lying back and his penis stiffly pointing skyward, hold the base with your fingers (not in a fist) to steady him. Brush your closed yet relaxed lips against his head, rubbing it across your wet mouth as if you were applying lipstick. "Heighten the sensation by opening your lips a bit, rubbing his head between them," advises Keesling. Occasionally take the whole head in your mouth, then go back to rubbing the tip against your lips. He'll feel like he's getting a tighter, wetter version of nooky. Plus, he can watch you work him over a toe-curling treat for him.

    The Seam of His Testicles
    You know that crinkly crease that separates his boys? Well, it turns out this seam has more passion-packing ability than we thought. "This nerve-rich pleasure trail runs top to bottom along his scrotum," explains Cox. "It isn't touched as often as it should be because not many women or men think of it as worthy of attention."

    Manhandle-him move: To steam up his seam, you have to take the initiative. But tread lightly, since the area is so sensitive. Cradle his family jewels in one hand, then gently press the first two fingertips of your other hand into the top of the crease (close to where the testicles connect to the base of the penis). Trace downward with both fingers until you reach the bottom of his scrotum. While still toying with his twins, run your fingers back up again. "The two types of in-sync stimulation will really rouse him," says Cox. "He'll never let you get away with overlooking this lusty line again."

    His Frenulum
    The F Spot refers to that tiny knob of flesh underneath the crown of his penis, where the head connects to the shaft. Because it's off the beaten passion path, it doesn't get much amorous attention. But erotic experts and desire divas alike now consider it the booty bull's-eye. "A bundle of nerves meet at this point, so when you touch it, you set off an amazing chain reaction of rapture," says Britton.

    Manhandle-him move: This frenulum-friendly maneuver will really flip his switch. While holding his penis steady at the base with one hand, slowly circle your tongue around the crown. Each time you reach his frenulum, give it a few fast flicks with just the stiff tip of your tongue, then return to licking the crown. At the same time, work your hand up and down his shaft. He'll respond with a tsunami of moans and groans...followed by an out-of-this-world climax that's liable to wake the neighbors.

    Helen Gurley Brown

    Helen Gurley Brown in 1964

    R.I.P Helen Brown.....

    Thank you for all the memories and tips!!!!

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    Re: His 9 pleasure triggers- In memory of Helen Gurley Brown.

    (CNN) -- Longtime Cosmopolitan editor Helen Gurley Brown was a self-described "devout feminist" who paradoxically preached that "if you're not a sex object, you're in trouble." Another of her famous quips had it that "good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere."
    Since her death Monday at age 90, how the original "Cosmo girl's" contrasting ideas became manifest in the pages of her iconic magazine has stirred debate over whether she left the world a better place for women.
    On the one hand, she was an independent, powerful woman in publishing who talked frankly about sex and encouraged women not to see the act as shameful, said Jennifer Pozner, director of Women in Media & News. On the other hand, she created "one of the most body-shaming, insecurity-provoking, long-lasting sexist media products of the last 100 years."
    These seemingly conflicted ideologies were also reflected in her own life in which she shed her Depression-era Arkansas roots and built herself into the leader of a global brand celebrating the "fun fearless female." Yet throughout her 32-year reign as Cosmo's editor-in-chief she was faithfully married to the same man and reportedly indulged in few vices except plastic surgery.

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    Some CNN.com readers saw her passing as a moment to thank her for "leading the way for so many of us" and "being so outspoken when speaking up was not a lady-like thing to do," as one reader noted in the comments section of her obituary.
    Others, however, seized the opportunity to blame her for promoting "a lifestyle that has eroded the American family and led to countless personal tragedies for women having casual sexual relationships that led to unwanted pregnancies and STDs."
    Though her legacy is likely to be debated for years to come, as The New York Times noted in its front page obituary, in the meantime it's safe to say "she was a Janus-headed figure in women's history, simultaneously progressive and retrogressive in her approach to women's social roles."
    And it's hard to lay all the blame for society's conflicted sexual mores at her feet without taking into account men's magazines such as Penthouse and Hustler, another CNN.com commenter said. After all, women aren't having sex alone.
    "It's just plain sexism that people like Helen Gurley Brown are targeted as the cause of promiscuous sex, but promiscuous sex is not happening in a vacuum," said Jessica Wakeman, a writer for women's pop culture blog The Frisky and a Cosmo reader. "I don't think it's fair that she'll be painted as pied piper of promiscuous sex because she just happened to be mouthpiece for a sexual revolution that was already under way.
    "She's just one part of an entire culture revolution that happened in the 1960s and 1970s," Wakeman said. "In a sense, she was trying to dismantle the problem of reigning sexual mores of her time, but she was trying to do so playing by the rules."
    Much of the dissonance has to do with the era in which she burst on the scene in the early 1960s, when Cosmo more closely resembled "Good Housekeeping" and suburban housewives in the mold of June Cleaver were its target audience.
    At 40, Gurley Brown made her first brash entree into the public consciousness as the author of 1962's "Sex and the Single Girl," recounting her randy bachelorette days as a blueprint for women to use their feminine wiles to look good, have fun and get a man. Three years later, she became editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan and swapped out the aproned housewife on the cover with a sassy single lady in a plunging neckline. Casserole recipes were replaced with tips for pleasing your man, which would become the magazine's undisputed lasting contribution to society to this day.
    "She was trying to do two things at once, and she did pretty well," political psychologist and women's issues expert Martha Burk said. "We were not past the traditional roles of women at that time -- to be attractive, settle down and not have a career -- so she put it all in one package and it was pretty hard to dissect."
    Criticism tends to stem from her emphasis on physical attractiveness over independence. But for the independent career woman, she was a role model who made a name for herself and built that empire with her own strength.
    "She did it in a time when it wasn't all that usual. Nowadays, we take it for granted," said Burk, author of "Your Voice, Your Vote: The Savvy Woman's Guide to Power, Politics, and the Change We Need."
    "She was a feminist before people really understood that what she was trying to do was part of women's liberation overall."
    Gurley Brown was a product of her own reinvention from a "mouseburger" into the subject of "Sex and the Single Girl," unapologetically working and sleeping her way out of the steno pool and into an advertising career. But by the time she arrived at Cosmo, she was married to film producer David Brown, who would remain her husband until his death in 2010. During their marriage, Brown was a partner behind many of Gurley Brown's projects, even writing Cosmo cover lines. according to the Hearst Corporation. He persuaded her to write a book about her life as a single woman that became "Sex and the Single Girl."
    When her last book, "I'm Wild Again," came out in 2000, Slate's David Plotz noted that it was the autobiography of a "puritan" who exercised obsessively, didn't drink, smoke or eat, was devoted to her husband and lived for her job.
    "This Cosmo girl's dirty little secret isn't sex: It's work," Plotz wrote.
    By introducing frank discussion of sex and relationships into the national conversation through Cosmo's pages, she gave women permission to enjoy sex before marriage, which was controversial for its time (and still is today, in some circles), and to feel empowered to chart their own course. But sexual liberation was just a small part of the bigger social movement agitating for women's independence and equality, also known as feminism.
    "Feminism concentrated on something different, but what she talked about was something nobody ever talked about and a lot of people thought it was frivolous and naughty, but a lot of good came from it, too," Burk said.
    Feminism as we think of it today did not actually flower until the 1970s, spinning out of larger social movements. Starting in the 1960s, Gurley Brown achieved a form of liberation that did not fall in the same category as the civil rights movement or feminism as it later manifested.
    "People thought that if women had sexual liberation, everything else would follow," said feminist activist Gloria Feldt, author of "No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power."
    "Today, the context is more sophisticated. It's truly more important for women to have economic and political power, and sexual liberty does not necessarily lead to either of those. Plus, there are negative consequences to sexuality without limits; herpes and AIDS taught us that," she said.
    "I think there's a lot of good in what Helen Gurley Brown did. I just don't think it's the complete story."
    And while "how to blow his mind in bed" might be common Cosmo fodder, so are Kegel exercises, masturbation techniques and do-it-yourself fashion looks.
    "You have to take it with grain of salt. It's not a radical feminist magazine," said Wakeman, who has written for Cosmo and admits to reading it each month.
    "I don't think Cosmo should be seen as a bible for women. It's just one resource of many for women. Take what you want to take from it and leave the rest."

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