Archive: My Story Subscribe to My Story
Dear Adunola, I have never climaxed- ever. I am 45 years old now. I enjoy sex and have had some wild, fun and crazy times with my partner, but I have never experienced orgasm some women and experts talk about. Is there something wrong with me? I would like to experience it; how can I?- Tolani *** Dear Tolani, I hear this particular complaint a lot. For various reasons many women have never experienced orgasm, for some it’s psychological, they have sometimes experienced things in their lives that make it difficult for them to reach that plateau; for others it’s as simple as not knowing what turns them on. Another thing to bear in mind is that an orgasm does not always require you to be screaming and begging for release, it varies for people, yours may be a slow-riser that crests, while
She happens to be my girlfriend since second year. I wooed this girl for 4 months before she yielded to me. We have dated for a year and 6 months now, and happily too. But now the story has changed and a lot is about to go awry. I observed that lately my girl was liking my best friend. Whenever we were together, drinking or chatting during pastime, she laughed @ whatever he said whether it is something funny or not. She found him very funny. Sometimes, when I visited her in her place without my friend, she would ask “what about your friend? He didn’t come with you? That guy is so funny!” I couldn’t help but wonder. Anger and jealousy welling up in my pregnant mind. I didn’t want to ask her then if she was beginning to like my friend more than me because I felt
It’s unbelievable but true as a 30-year-old man who came to witness a wedding ended up as the bridegroom in a kind gesture as the bridegroom-to-be failed to turn up to tie the knot on Wednesday. Ponradha, 23, daughter of Palpandi of Lakshmimanagaram near Arumuganeri in Kanyakumari district was betrothed to be married to Sithiraivelu, 35, son of Jayaraman of Lakshmipuram in Kayalpattinam of the same district. The wedding was to be held on Wednesday and arrangements were on in full swing in the bride’s hometown. They had prepared to welcome the bridegroom on Tuesday evening and were awaiting his arrival when they were informed that he had gone missing. Sithiraivelu’s family had claimed to the bride’s family that Sitharaivelu had a quarrel with them on Monday and walked
A beautiful 3rd year female student friend of mine just told me this true story of hers in university yesterday. Before the ASUU strike she was having this palava with a male lecturer from the department of Law in Uniben, and it’s kinda hunting her cause when school resumes it’s still gonna come back in her face! It was 3 weeks before ASUU strike, the lecturer asked her for sex but she refused and also insulted the man right there in his office. The lecturer called her back the next day and promised her that she won’t graduate from the school until she pays for a hotel where he gonna have sex with her and after that she’s gonna pay him 50,000 naira! In her words: “I thought he was joking,cause it sounded so funny” But since then, whenever she(Amaka) writes
I cannot tell you how I contracted HIV, but I had a brief fling with a pupil in my secondary school in 2009 when I was 17. “The brief sexual relationship got me pregnant. When I checked my HIV status during my ante-natal registration, I was confirmed positive.” Those were the words of Mrs. Grace Brume, 22-year-old HIV patient, expecting her second baby at the Amassoma General Hospital, Amassoma, Bayelsa State. PUNCH Metro had enquired from Grace how her husband, Fyneface, was treating her considering her challenge, she said, “I did not tell him that I am HIV positive. No one knows that I am HIV-positive except an aunt. Even my husband does not know. I have hidden my status from him since I tested positive. “I would have told my husband, but the aunt said I should not. My aunt keeps
Have I made the biggest mistake of my life? Did I do something so terrible? I met this guy at my work-out place and found him really attractive. I’ve never found myself making the first move but in this case it was almost uncontrollable. I got his no and called him and we met up, had drinks and I couldn’t control myself either and it all went down. He called me up for a second date and we had sex again. We both agreed it won’t happen again since he is in a relationship and wouldn’t want to mess that up. I see him everyday at the gym and we just greet passively. I just realized he blacklisted my number on his phone. That hurts. It’s not like I was stalking him. Please did I make such a blunder to follow my heart for the first time ever? I’m just really confused
I’ve been married to this man for just three years. We have a two year old child together. I just found out six days ago that he’s wanted in the US, along with three other people for fraud and email scam. He actually escaped from the country six years ago and has been hiding in Nigeria. He completely lied to me about what he does for a living and lied about everything in his past. He’s an American citizen who can’t take his family to the US on holiday. His excuses of not wanting us to visit the US was what led me to investigate him and that’s when I found out his little secret. Or should I say big secrets. So what should I do now? I don’t want to be married to an ex-convict and a liar. He lies about everything, even his name. I think my married name was made
I am a rape victim and I want to tell my story to the world cos I want justice on the man that defiled me. I met him at airforce junction after I wrote a dragnet test at stadium road PH. He went on about how he was an aide to the governor of rivers state and that his name is (removed by me), a yoruba man and that he could help me with a job since I was from rivers state. we discussed about the recent happenings in the state. we exchanged pins and parted ways. I went back to lagos for business. A month later, he calls me up that his oga wants to see me, smhow, his oga found out about me and would want to see me. I told him I wasn’t around now and that I will call him when I came back to town (port-harcourt). I came back to PH on the 15th of October and called him, he said ok. On the
My boyfriend only proposes when we are making love…in the heat of a passionate moment he says things like ‘let’s get married’, ‘marry me’, ‘when do you want to get married?’ But once we are done, he doesn’t mention it again …and I’m too shy to bring it up. What should I do? No related posts.
I am a young man of 28, graduated 3 years ago and now into business. I can’t boast of any reasonable relationship. Sometimes I wonder what I would tell my wife anytime we strike a discussion of our past relationship/sex life. I have dated like 3 or 4 girls and none lasted more than six months and had sex once with one of them. I am sexually active but I jerk off anytime am horny.. I am an addict. Now, I am scared and worried because I don’t know what it looks like being committed to a woman. I really wanna have a blissful marriage. .. I really wanna love and date my wife but I can’t find the feeling. Is it that I am yet to meet the right person or what? I don’t like wasting my time on a girl. If I try to come close and you give me attitude, I walk away. All I do is work, go to work,
I am 18 years old and in my second year in a private university. I started having sex when I turned 16 after leaving secondary school and I have had four sexual partners so far. I dated 2 of the boys while the other 2 were just flings. Recently I confided in a friend the number of men I’ve been with and I later saw text exchanges between her and another mutual friend of ours laughing at me and criticizing me. They called me all sorts of names including wayward and loose. I’ve been with only four men, is that too much for a girl my age? I thought it was the norm so why are my friends condemning me? Abeg make una advice her No related posts.
About a week ago, a close buddy of mine tied the nuptial knot. It was a colourful ceremony and my friend was overjoyed that the day had finally come. As one of his groom’s men, it was natural that I had to donate efforts to ensure that the day was a success. One of the tasks I was saddled with was to give the toast at the reception. Given that we both shared apathy for the opposite sex for a reasonable while, I was thus in the know when the relationship started. What was shut out of my knowledge was the blow by blow account of how the relationship was initiated. By the time I debriefed him of the genesis of the relationship to prepare me for the toast, it was apparently a union activated by the tools that have come to define our time. It was a relationship primarily cooked in the crucible
My husband and I are in a dilemma, honestly a way out is not visible or should I say we are yet to get one. This is because the issue at hand is too evident to be ignored and my husband and I are so confused. I am fortunate to be raised by both parents and we had a happy family and a good background. My parents were into business and we were really comfortable. Their marriage to us their children was a good and perfect one and my younger sister and I used to pray and wish we would eventually marry a man like my father. He was our stereotype of a good husband and the way he treated mum, none of us would ever believe that dad had extra marital affairs. Tunde, my husband was not that lucky, he lost his father at a very tender age, he told me he died in a motor accident when he was two years old
As Alice drove to her friend’s place, she rehearsed what to tell her. How would she tell her friend that Mike, her husband, had impregnated Peace, her maid again? This was the third time she would be seeking her friend’s help in terminating the poor teenager’s pregnancy! She made up her mind that this would be the last. But Mary, her friend, disagreed with her vehemently: “Alice, I cannot follow you to the clinic for another abortion. What if she loses her womb or her life in the process? I think it is high time something is done to your husband. He must stop sleeping with your maids.” Alice felt humiliated by her friend’s outburst. She sat on the chair and cried. Mike had always been a thorn in her flesh! For almost 12 years of marriage, she could not point at any good deed he
Usually videos go viral. You know the ones that feature a couple’s unique first dance, an adorable baby doing something extraordinary or a well-planned marriage proposal. Photos don’t go viral as often, but over the last few weeks a beautiful wedding photo has done just that. This photo belongs to Nicole and Brandon Wylie, who recently celebrated their 6th year wedding anniversary. This couple is amazing, and their love story is an inspiration to us all. BMWK: First, I want to thank you both for sharing your story. We were excited to hear from Nicole. Can you share with us what happened when you posted the wedding picture on Facebook recently? Nicole, you posted it right? Nicole: Well, Actually, both of us posted it. What do you mean no, no, no? (talking to Brandon in the background)