Who's Nailin' Paylin?

I found this video release, dated Nov. 4 (election day), to be very timely and provocative.

Adventures of a Hockey MILF

The faux Sarah is Lisa Ann, who will be nailing the Russians who come knocking on her back-door. In another scene – a flashback – young Paylin’s creationist college professor will explain a ‘big bang’ theory even she can’t deny!

Drill Baby Drill!

Grand Ole Pussy Party!

Making Ends Meat!

Backdoor Politics!

(This opinion belongs solely to the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Good Sex Network.)

Case Example: Getting Hard

Alex, a big strapping guy with a well-trimmed beard was almost 40 when he walked into my office with a complaint of difficulty getting, and keeping, erections. He was an intelligent proud fellow who had been married, without children, and for a number of years had been divorced. On getting back to dating, he initially experienced a variety of awkward moments when he noticed that his erections were not what he was used to; that his penis was not “performing” as it should. Continue reading “Case Example: Getting Hard”

True Liberty

The river of happiness is fed far less by wealth than by the streams of ordinary pleasures. “What keeps our faith cheerful,” says Garrison Keillor, “is everywhere in daily life, a sign that faith rules through ordinary things: through cooking and small talk, through storytelling, making love, fishing, tending animals and sweet corn and flowers, through sports, music, and books, raising kids – all the places where the gravy soaks in and grace shines through. Even in a time of elephantine vanity and greed, one never has to look far to see the campfires of gentle [and happy] people.”

The Pursuit of Happiness, by David G. Myers
 

Dear God, what have I been missing?! Perhaps the sense of joy that comes, as Garrison Keillor suggests, through more ordinary, ongoing moments of cheer — through identifying with children as they ride their adolescent roller coasters, through laughter and tears shared with friends, through work created and completed, through daily games of pickup basketball with friends, through happy recollections of Chinese tearooms, of family beach fires, of falling in love.

Realizing that well-being is something other than being well-off is liberating. It liberates us from spending tons of money on fancy SUVs and waterfront beach homes — all purchased in a vain quest for an elusive joy. It liberates us from envying the lifestyles of the rich and famous. It liberates us to invest ourselves in developing traits, attitudes, relationships, activities, environments, and spiritual resources that will promote our own, and others’, well-being.

(This opinion belongs solely to the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Good Sex Network.)