You have no items in your shopping cart.
Oh......oh ok... I never knew. This is one of those times where I really have to voice my opnion. I am not a weave wearer. I tried to wear a weave and I just didn't like it. I felt like it was way too much hair on my head. BUT LISTEN... I have never, never EVER thought, when I looked at a woman who wore weave, that "A man can't POSSIBLY take her serious and consider her to be wife material because she wears weaves! She's only good for sex!" ove is a language spoken by everyone but only understood by the heart. The power of love can be utterly beautiful, giving you goosebumps and making your heart flutter. It is an unpredictable emotion that can motivate us to be extremely productive and, or extremely destructive, so we must question if we are really ready to find it. I am not just talking about romantic love but the love you experience in relationships with family, children, friends, and at times your career or business. After all money can't make a heart love and without love, life can feel like it is a mistake. You can easily fall into the abuse and pain of believing even money can buy love, but perhaps what you are really buying is sex. No matter if you are in love with food, searching for a girlfriend, requiring forgiveness in business or are trying to love your neighbour as yourself, you can discover if love is the right thing for you or just an illusion. You can find REAL SEX STORIES through Amora London site. Everyone has a sexual trigger. But just as everyone has something that turns them on, they also have triggers that turn them off. That fine line between turn-on and turn-off is where taboo subjects reside. What do you consider taboo? What turns you on and makes you uncomfortable at the same time? The answer to that question will be different for every person. Once you decide what you consider taboo, think about it in terms of talking dirty. You already know that talking dirty to your partner is a turn-on... but what about broaching those taboo subjects, and talking about those sexual things you would never really do? The fantasy might be a bit too far-fetched for you to consider making a reality, but there's nothing stopping you from going all the way with your naughty talk about the subject! A friend of mine gets turned on by the thought of her boyfriend with other women. She has a fantasy of watching him, tied up and helpless, while one woman after another enters the room and proceeds to do all kinds of wicked things to him. In her fantasy, she's sitting in a chair beside the bed, watching. She would never do it in real life, however. She and her boyfriend are completely faithful. So where does the fantasy come from, and why does it turn her on so much? That's where the word "taboo" comes in. Her fantasy rides that line between a real-life turn-off and the fantasy turn-on. She fulfills that fantasy often, however, by whispering her thoughts into her lover's ear as they are in bed together. Her naughty talk about seeing him with other women gets him aroused, too... and it's a safe way to explore the fantasy without the risk of anyone getting hurt. What fantasies do you have that need to be fulfilled? Share them with your partner. Make it clear you don't want to do these things in real life, but also make it clear that the thought of them turns you on. Then act out the fantasy scenario with lots of dirty talk! The words paint the images in your head, and your body will respond. It's the perfect way to taste the tempting taboos - but without actually getting in over your head. That's another great thing about dirty talk - it's a license to try out any fantasy you want, and reap the benefits without suffering the consequences! I don't even have to tell you all how ignorant this statement is. At first, i'm thinking, "Gab, don't jump to conclusions. You only have a screenshot of the conversation and this may not be the whole story" ... but then I went and found the real story ............. ............ Yall, this is a real mentality. It's almost infuriating to me to think that not only are women being judged as whores based off of their hairstyles but to actually find out that some men and women believe this is just incomprehensible. The natural hair community was never here to divide the "weave" from "the naturals"; it was more so here to show us that our hair, that we once thought was hideous, is actually one of the most beautiful and regal creations ever made by the Almighty. This was NOT an attempt to turn women who wear weave into females who are only good for a romp in the sack. Whether your natural, relaxed, or wear weaves, NO WOMAN, should ever be looked at as something for you to just bang. Yes, I understand that some women present themselves as such based on their dress or attitude but you cannot classify and stereotype women who are wearing weaves as ALL whores. This is just about defending women in general. I think african-american women go through enough automatic sexual objectification based on the way we are built to add something so menial and insignificant as a reason to further justify that "black women are easy". I know black women aren't the only women who wear weaves but WHO ARE WE KIDDING!? We know who this post is directed to. I would love to hear yall input on this because this is one topic that I think would get under any woman's skin. AA,White,Asian,spanish, or whatever ethnicity you may be. With that being said, I hope the person who created this FB post takes a look at their on character and examine themselves. Not just them but all that believe this and ask "Why would I judge a woman based on her hairstyle?" and "What in the hell is wrong with me?" With that being said, I will leave yall with 14 Reasons Black Girls Rock .... I'm out ~duece~