SEX, TRADITION, EMPOWERMENT: HEALING THE AFRIKAN FAMIILY. Honoring Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

February 4, 2016

As part and parcel of our Black History Month recognition, we in Barbados celebrate the heritage, history and various cultures of pre colonial Afrika with different activities, the AHF would like to draw your attention to one special activity. This activity is a panel discussion being hosted by the Pan African Coalition of Organizations (PACO). As the title of this panel discussion is Sex, Tradition, Empowerment: Healing the Afrikan Family.

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MEN, SEX AND NATURE

December 19, 2015

Are you having problems getting it up? Are you given to premature ejaculation or/and firing blanks? Are you finding it difficult putting your wife in the family way? A new study published in BioMed Research International has unveiled plants used for improvement of sexual performance and virility. Here are a few the plants and their usages in treating sexual dysfunctions in men.

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THE BEAUTY IN CHEATING

October 30, 2015

  By sensualcharm I know this is a huge emotional issue we have as women. A lot of our energy is zapped in worrying about our men cheating: if he’ll cheat, is he cheating, am I getting any testimonies here?  Cheating. It’s what many of us fear to a point where we begin to micro manage our men, dictating to him what is “acceptable” behavior: not connecting with female friends,…

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The Energy of the Strip Club

April 5, 2015

As a higher conscious person the first thing I notice about this picture is the ENERGY of it. In one picture we can witness the willingness and tendency of a man to lower his standards. This is particularly true when you have an environment where drugs and alcohol becomes a must to deal with the situation. In that case all common sense goes out the window and a man might not…

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No such thing as casual sex. Understanding self and sexual INTER Course

February 9, 2015

I read this at Black Supremacy Love N Unity and had to share with our OAH readers. At times we may have feelings of being unsettled and confused and really don’t have a logical reason to give ourselves why we feel this way. This short feature gives some insight into a plausible reason for such feelings. The question remains throughout the OAH blog series  on SEX, “has sex been trivialized…

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Kenya: Sex Boycott Highlighting Men’s Hardships

November 17, 2014

By Joseph Muraya Nairobi — Maendeleo ya Wanaume Chairman Nderitu Njoka has defended his calls for men in the country to boycott sex, saying it’s meant to create awareness about torture men are facing from women. He says approximately 1.2 million men in Kenya are abused physically by their wives, “with 350 having their manhood chopped off.”

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Are you the type he will make his wife or are you just sex?

November 9, 2014

You think you’re pretty, you think you’re smart, I bet you think you’re the most interesting woman on the planet right? But how do men view you? I’m not talking about does he turn and look when you walk by, let’s go deeper than the physical bullshit girls use as a crutch. Does he think you’re smart? Does he find you interesting? Are you classy in his mind or just another basic broad…

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Embrace your small penis, men: Everyone else is lying anyway!

November 4, 2014

I am going to steer this blog down a line that is very touching to men, penis size. The Afrikan male has contracted the stigma of being well endowed but what about the man that is not? I have had conversation with men who have said that after going on several dates with a woman, when it came time to having sex it brought about a nervousness caused by  insecurities…

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