(And, as astrology is bullshit, NRFTNH, being a Scorpio doesn't matter.
It never has and it never will.) My husband has a foot fetish.
It might not have quite the nightlife of coastal gay meccas like San Francisco or New York City, but on the plus side, people are generally way friendlier, clubs much more casual and drinks half the price.
If you’re planning a visit, here are some places to check out: Named after the character in the ’80s TV series Dallas, Sue Ellen’s is the most popular dyke bar in Dallas, thanks to a cheap cover, nightly drink specials and live music on the weekends.
Down to earth, always asks how I'm doing to kick off our calls, and very responsive. " "John understood my situations and got to the root of the issues without delay but with grace and kindness.
I figured that as I got older, my horniness would lessen and I could think about something other than pussy. I find myself attracted to women in their 30s or 40s, but I wonder how I appear to them.
I don't want to make an utter fool of myself by making an unwanted advance—but the truth is, I'm still pretty hot to trot. Not Ready For The Nursing Home You could see sex workers (quickest fix), you could look for women in their 30s or 40s who are attracted to guys pushing 70 (gerontophilia is a thing), you could date women in their 50s or 60s with a youthful appearance and/or attitude (there are lots out there, NRFTNH, and they often gather in groups to complain about how men their age are only interested in much younger women), or you could do all of the above.
But you shouldn't regard moving into a nursing home as the end of your sex life, NRFTNH.
"Also, these glands are lined by smooth muscle that contracts to force out the fluid [during ejaculation]," Dr. "If the force of contraction is excessive—a fucking great orgasm—this may lead toward rupture of some of the surrounding blood vessels and blood will enter the semen." Your client's blasé reaction is a good indication that he's experienced this previously, ME, because most guys who see blood in their semen—or only blood when they expected to see semen—freak the fuck out.
"In my practice, most guys who see blood in their ejaculate the first time are sufficiently freaked out to seek immediate medical attention, and their doctors usually tell them this isn't something to worry about—unless it persists," said Dr. "In cases where the hematospermia persists, gets worse, or is associated with other symptoms such as pain, difficulty urinating, or general health decline, medical attention is definitely recommended." Back to your client, ME: If blood loads have happened to him before (hence the blasé reaction), proper etiquette dictates that he should have said something to you about it afterward ("I'm fine, no biggie").