To screw or not to screw, that my friends is the question. Should a woman be willing to have sex on the first date? Can she really expect to find love when she allows the man to "tap that" so soon? Will he respect her or simply place her in the "booty call" zone for eternity? I have heard many varying opinions on this issue. I have also seen many different outcomes.

Previously I wrote a blog post titled “Why How Many Men She Slept With Shouldn’t Matter” and it has received a lot of attention. The premise of the post was to simply say we should not judge a woman on her past. Who she was then is not necessarily who she is now. There were many those that greatly appreciated the article but there were also many who blasted it.

Ladies, ladies, ladies. How many of you have had that experience where you meet a guy and it gets off to a good start. He seems attentive, willing to talk/have good conversations, and seems genuinely interested in wanting to get to know you. He is flat-out coming correct and you like how things are progressing. Then at some point (either before having sex or after having sex)

I can hear the poor men sobbing as they have convinced themselves that their wives no longer desires or cares for sex. What used to be a sufficient amount of sexual pleasure in the “boyfriend/girlfriend” phase has tuned into night after night of “I’m too tired” “the kids may hear us” or the infamous “I have a headache” just to name a few. Married men all over are left frustrated and

Studies have shown anywhere from 55% - 80% (If not more) of women fake orgasms. Yet ask any man on the street and they think they are handing out orgasms like a bag of peanuts on an airplane. That math is not adding up people! As sexual as our society has become we still seem to not have a great grasp on all things sex. This lack of understanding and

Two people meet, they get to know each other, become a couple, and one day somebody comes up with the bright idea of moving in together. It sounds great to them and they figure why not. They get to be with each other more, get a better idea if this is a person they may want to marry, and many times it can be helpful financially. So what’s all the fuss about?

No need to waste any time. I’m prepared to give you what you want by taking the title of "boyfriend", so bring that booty over here!...I mean it is that simple right? Not much else to it. Basically that's how it seems to go down with so many women. You know the women I’m talking about. The “I need to be in a relationship to have sex” women. Now don’t get me wrong,

Ok so I recently wrote an article 3 Rules To Being Romantic. Though the principles can and should be applied to both sexes, it was geared more towards what men need to do for their women. So my Facebook friend Nancy asked me to discuss what women could do for their man. I felt it was a good topic that should be addressed and there definitely are some things women could learn