Yes it’s true, women’s bodies come in all shapes and sizes since the beginning of man. As such we have all had our fair share of likes and dislikes as result of what we are attracted to when it comes to that aspect of human attraction attached to sexuality. Thankfully we are not created equal and all have something different to bring to the table, cause if we were all the same it would make for a very boring meal. You’ve heard the saying “variety is the spice of life”? Well I hope you have because variety in body shapes is what’s sexy this week. (more…)
Shoulders, the nice broad shoulders of a man atop a perfectly sculpted V-shaped torso, crafted ever so carefully at the gym, or part of the natural physical make-up for those gifted through good genetics. Rounded strong shoulders that curve into deep valleys to bulge over mountainous biceps. Shoulders caressed by eager hands and looked upon by doting eyes, strong shoulders well shaped, and defined are what’s sexy this week.
The highly sought after shape by masculine men for the upper body is the afore mentioned V-shape that begins with a small waist and flares out to either side of the collar bone. For some it begins with the muscular and well defined pelvic lines that disappear into the garments worn on the lower half of the body. (more…)
They bulge, pulse, pop, and spread far and wide. Veins and arteries are the highways of the body that distribute the blood where it needs to go. For those of you that don’t know, veins for the most part carry the deoxygenated blood back to the heart, while arteries for their part, carry the oxygenated blood away from the heart supplying the needs of the body with this vital nutrient rich, sexy red liquid. There is a reason they use “blood red” to make descriptions about colour choices in design!
Arteries, the muscular of the two, are mostly what we see situated closer to the surface of the skin that pulse in front of our very own eyes in an effort to keep up with the daily demands of the human body. Blood that keeps the muscles functioning at their optimal levels functions needed for maintaining strength, vitality, and endurance. (more…)