Pulling on his pants after our intimate encounter in my Las Vegas hotel room, the cute 23-year-old I’d just picked up holds out his cellphone, urging me to tap in my number. Having sex with a stranger is thrilling, but I’m not that interested in a repeat performance.
Two minutes after he’s gone, I climb back into bed and text my husband, Scott, whom I’ve been with for 18 years. “Good night, dove,” writes back Scott from wherever he is.
She tells what happened on her yearlong sex odyssey in her memoir "The Wild Oats Project."Trapped in a marriage where the sex was routine, freelance journalist Robin Rinaldi, now 50, embarked on a 12-month experiment in which she lived apart from her husband during the week and took lovers.
Stuck in a rut — our once-a-week sex life was loving, but lacked spontaneity and passion — I was craving seduction and sexual abandon.
(Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press) Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould introduced legislation Tuesday that would effectively lower the age of consent for anal intercourse, making it the same as for other sexual acts.
The age of consent to partake in anal sex for unmarried couples — regardless of sexual orientation — is currently 18.
In a recent letter to the Senate ethics officer, he said he is taking remedial measures to address ethics breaches. Don Meredith broke Senate rules when he had a sexual relationship with a teenage girl, promised her committee work that would get her started on a career, and tried to do business with her parents, the Senate ethics office has ruled.
The relationship began in 2013 when Meredith, 48 at the time and a Pentecostal pastor from the GTA, met the young woman at a church event. Over a two-year period it progressed from flirtatious chats over Skype and Viber to sexually explicit live videos during which Meredith would masturbate while the woman took off her clothing, to intimate sexual relations that included fondling.