To get some insight on how and why affairs happen, we spoke to Dato’ Dr. Arunan Selvaraj, lawyer and author of Saving Your Marriage.
The pill has lately come to be considered something of a frenemy, with new studies – including fake ones – putting it in a less than positive light. One good thing about this raised awareness, is that it has caused women to make more detailed investigations into their contraceptive options, and what each one entails.
We know that sex is good for us. It feels amazing, but there are also some crazy things that happen in our bodies before, during and afterwards.
Those who haven’t given birth before might be lucky enough to have avoided hearing the phrase ‘the husband stitch.’
Turns out there’s a new term to describe this: ‘caspering’.
Knowing that I would be without sex for almost two months, I scoured the internet for information, advice and stories and it all inspired me to try celibacy for myself to see what it was like: that’s right, no sex and absolutely no masturbation.
Technology is moving at a terrifying pace, with many of us now depending on bots (voice assistants) to provide us with instant information on the go.
In a relationship you’re sometimes going to do and see really gross things.
“Why don’t we start with four more dates, for RM 10,000?”
For a couple of years, we explored in the privacy of our bedroom, taking turns restraining each other and mixing pain and pleasure.