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For years now, my sexual life has been about reconciling the joy of sex with the spiritual side of me, worshipping the divine presence I could feel, and sometimes truly see, in my orgasms. In search of that ultimate orgasm, … Continue reading

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Pantra Prostate Massage


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when i’m 64


Dear Seb, One of these days I’m going to come over and see you and thank you in person. it is so good to feel that all my abundant and constant sexuality is endorsed by a specialist like yourself. I spend a couple hours everyday, in sexual activity and am still learning. I am the proud owner of a new and already much used and loved “enemagura”. Anal orgasms are becoming more and more regular and spectacular. I use poppers as well but find that I’m not near as exhausted from a good arse-self-fucking-orgasm as I am from Jerking -off. I have a sawhorse vice in the basement and with different size and shape of weapons I can self fuck there for a few orgasms then later in the day I insert my enemagura and do a relaxed fuck on the bed. Now I sometimes don’t even need to wank for a couple days, and when I do WOW. but what is so amazing is that after a good arse session its not too long before I want, need, and then do another. your site has stimulated me in a lot of ways to better and more sex. I turn 64 next month and it just keeps getting better. Thanks again Seb Je~ff


better 2 b

better 2 b hated for what you are, than to be loved for what you are not.”


French writer André Gide (1869-1951) was the first openly gay man to receive a Nobel Prize, for literature in 1947. Gide’s first publication was a novella in 1891, when he was twenty-two. Great works followed, The Immoralist (1902) and Strait Is the Gate (1909). The publication of Corydon (1920), in praise of homosexuality, sent his reputation into a nosedive, and Gide was almost universally condemned. Five years later The Counterfeiters (1925), considered by many his best novel, brought renewed recognition and acceptance. With the publication of Travels in the Congo (1927), an attack on French colonialism, Gide’s influence took on a new dimension. The publication of his autobiography If It Die (1926) left the reading public in shock with its salacious details of homosexual lovemaking as a teenager under the dining table with the concierge’s son and as an adult atop the sand dunes with an Arab youth in Algeria. Gide met up with Oscar Wilde and his lover Lord Alfred Douglas while in North Africa, and their friendship influenced his subsequent writings, which exalted honesty, openness and sincerity. Gide was one of the few people willing to defend Wilde’s literary reputation in the years after the Irishman’s death. Gide lived in North Africa during WW II and soon thereafter returned from Tunisia to Paris, where he died in 1951 at the age of 81. The following year the Catholic church included all of his literary works on the index of Forbidden Books.

sacred blessing

This dance of light,

this sacred blessing,

this divine love

beckons us to a world beyond,

that only lovers can see with their

eyes of fiery passion.

They are the chosen ones who have surrendered.

Once they were particles of light,

now they are the radiant sun.

They have left behind the world of defeat-full games.

They are the privileged lovers who created new worlds

with their eyes of fiery passion.