Six Sex Positions For Women With Big Butts |The Republican News


If your woman has a big backside and you’re wondering how to navigate it sexually, here are some of the positions to take, as advised by sexologist, Dr. Jill McDevitt…

• The backwards crush: Put one foot up on a chair, which totally opens up your hips and changes the angle from your standard rear entry position. For easy access and safety, keep one foot on the ground. You can also stand in front of a mirror so you both can watch.

• Back up: Have him sit in a chair and tease him with your fine behind — shake it, squeeze it, and rub it on his crotch. Back it up, lowering yourself slowly down onto him. Hold on to something, because he’ll definitely want to grab your butts to enable him to go deep.

• The booty call: Here, you don’t need to take off your pants! Just bend over, push your pants to the side and have your partner get to work from behind.

• Reverse cowgirl remix: For this position, face his feet, wrap yourself around his waist, and jiggle your butt. Hold on to one of his legs and use the other to give yourself some vibe or hand love — the extra movement can propel you into a rhythm you’ll both go gaga for.

• The cheeky monkey: This is not anal sex, be warned. All you do is just lubricate your butt opening generously and let him just position his manhood between your butts. Lie flat on your belly and reach back to press your butt cheeks together for a tight fit. If you’re feeling especially brave, have him face your feet to try a whole new angle. (

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Eight Things Men Hate During Sex


Men love creativity in the bedroom. However, there are some creative activities that may seem odd to your man, while others are plainly dangerous to his well-being.

What are these activities? Read on…

• The over-moan: Moaning in ecstasy when a guy is barely touching you makes him think you’re acting up. So, be careful how you moan.

• The starfish: If there is anything that men hate during sex, it is lying on the bed with your arms and legs stretched out flat, making absolutely no effort to play your part. Even if you’re down under his weight, men still want an active participant.

• Too much bouncing up and down: When you’re on top, nothing scares a guy more than when you bounce a little too high, and there’s the chance of a botched landing. Catch some air and come down wrong, and you’re looking at the possibility of a broken penis. Yes, the penis is a muscle. But if severely bent while erect, it can tear.

• Watch your style: Some like rough sex; some don’t. So, it is wrong to assume that your guy wants to be slapped, scratched down his back, spanked on the butt or any other thing you can do to inflict pain while having sex. If he tells you he likes it, fine. But if it hasn’t been discussed, don’t leave him with any teeth, nail or slap marks.

• Exploration: Yes, many guys find it pleasurable to have their butt fondled. Many guys don’t. Unless he’s told you that he likes it, stay away from his anus. If you want to fondle something, reach for his balls instead. They are a much safer bet.

• Careless riding of his penis: Naturally, an erect penis would bend forward. This means: Don’t ride a penis the same way you ride a bull. Lean forward or straighten up. Don’t lean all the way back. Quite simply, guys’ penises don’t bend that way.

• Anal view: Most guys will agree that reverse cowgirl is a hot position. That being said, it’s safest to stay upright in this position. If you lean forward and grab his ankles, not only are you risking bending his penis the wrong way, you’re giving him an unsolicited view of your anus. Not sexy!

• Don’t use water: There are many things that make good lubricants: jelly, lotion or saliva if you’re giving a hand job in the shower. One thing that doesn’t make a good lubricant is water. Water leads to dryness. If you are giving a hand job and need some extra lubricant, reach for the lotion, not the tap.   (

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Richard Hammond Tells Fans ‘I’m Not Dead’, Apologises To Family For Horror Crash In Video Message From Hospital Bed

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Richard Hammond has retained his sense of humour after narrowly escaping a horrific car crash, telling fans in his first public statement since the accident: “I’m not dead.”

In a video post for Drive Tribe, the injured Grand Tour presenter apologised to his wife Mindy and family for being involved in yet another high-speed crash.

In the footage, Hammond – still in his hospital bed in Switzerland – is visited by co-host James May, who holds up a book next to his friend titled The Idiot Brain.

“Yes, it’s true: I binned it. Again,” he started off.

Richard then showed his fans his X-rays, which detail the injuries he sustained when his 220mph Rimac car flipped off the road and crashed before bursting into flames.

Hammond joked he’s getting “a Swiss Army knee” to replace his damaged one and thanked the medical staff for looking after him so well.

“I’d like to say thank you as well to James May, who smuggled a bottle of gin in for me last night… I shouldn’t have said that out loud,” he went on.

“Most importantly, sorry to my wife Mindy and my daughters Issy and Willow. I’m sorry for being such a colossal-”

Earlier it emerged the 47-year-old had broken his leg and requires surgery on his knee – an operation his friend the F1 presenter Sasha Martinengo said he might fly home to the UK for.

It came after the full extent of Richard’s injuries were confirmed this morning.

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The Grand Tour presenter is lucky to be alive after he escaped from the burning wreckage of his car while filming in Switzerland – desperately crawling from the flames on a broken leg.

Sasha took to Twitter to update worried fans on Richard’s condition – and confirmed that Hammond might be able to fly home very soon.

“Hi all. Got a msg from @ RichardHammond. He is fine. He has a broken leg and needs knee surgery. He might fly home for the procedure,” Sasha revealed.

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Telly stars Jeremy Clarkson and James May told how they watched in fear as Richard Hammond crashed another supercar.

His 220mph motor plunged 100ft down a hill, narrowly missing a house, and flipped several times before landing upside down and bursting into flames.

The pair ran to the scene believing their longtime telly pal “was dead”.

But the accident-prone star had crawled free only seconds before it exploded into a fireball.

And Clarkson and May found the 47-year-old lying on the ground as flames engulfed the vehicle just yards away.

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Medics airlifted the former Top Gear star to the hospital in Switzerland where doctors discovered he had suffered a fractured knee but no other serious injuries.

One of the first things the father of two did was phone his wife Mindy from his hospital bed to let her know he was OK.

Hammond lost control of a Rimac Concept One electric car while taking part in the famous Hemburg time-trial.

He had travelled there with Clarkson and May to film scenes for their Amazon Prime show the Grand Tour.

Dramatic footage captured the ­terrifying moments the Rimac swerved to the right during a hill climb in Lucerne – 30 miles south of Zurich.

As Hammond approached a tight bend he appeared to lose control and the vehicle careered off the road.

May and Clarkson, who were waiting at the start line, described the sound of the crash as “like a bomb going off”. Clarkson described it as “the biggest crash I’ve ever seen”.

Speaking exclusively to the Sunday Mirror, the show’s executive producer Andy Wilman said: “Jeremy and James both raced down to the scene of the crash as soon as it happened. When they saw the wreckage on fire they thought Richard was dead. It was really bad.

“They were staggered he had got out of it alive because there was just nothing left. Everyone is so relieved. If Richard had been a few seconds slower getting out, he would have been incinerated.”

Hammond, who previously suffered brain injuries and nearly died after a 288mph dragster accident in 2006, was last night in a stable condition in hospital.

It is understood the accident happened at the 3.15pm local time, just seconds after he had finished the time trial.

Ambulances rushed to the scene and firefighters had to put out the blaze.

On Friday, the day before the crash, Jeremy Clarkson put out a tweet appealing for some mystery car parts.

Writing on Twitter he said: “Cash waiting for anyone who can get one of these to southern Switzerland asap. Serious request from the Grand Tour.”

But last night the mood had completely changed as Clarkson, 57, told his 6.6million followers of the horror crash.

He said: “It was the biggest crash I’ve ever seen and the most frightening and incredibly, and thankfully, Richard seems to be mostly OK.”

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Hammond, thankfully, was wearing a crash helmet.

Producer Andy added: “I spoke to Richard at the hospital and although he was very shaken, he was conscious and quite lucid. He has had X-rays and a CT scan and is being kept in for observation by the doctors.

“All he said about his injuries was that his knee hurt a lot, which I’m not surprised about as it now has bolts in it and it is fractured. His only worry was about letting his wife and family know he was OK.

“He has been very lucky – it’s a miracle really and certainly another one of his lives gone!”

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A spokesperson for The Grand Tour said: “Richard Hammond was involved in a serious crash after completing the Hemburg Hill Climb in Switzerland in a Rimac Concept One, an electric supercar built in Croatia, during filming for The Grand Tour Season 2 on Amazon Prime, but very fortunately, suffered no serious injury.

“Richard was conscious and talking and climbed out of the car himself before the vehicle burst into flames. We’d like to thank the paramedics on site for their swift response.

“The cause of the crash is unknown and is being investigated.”

A Rimac Automobili spokesman said: “We can confirm the Concept One, tested by the crew of The Grand Tour against two other supercars in Switzerland, was involved in an accident.

“The Grand Tour team assures us Richard has not suffered severe injury.”

Concerned fans last night sent get well messages to Hammond on social media. Parth Mehta wrote: “@RichardHammond why always you? Nevertheless, get well soon mate.”

Marta Lelito added: “Is anyone counting down Richard Hammond’s lives? Is it already time to lock him in a house with no door handles?”.

Hammond and co-stars Clarkson and May, 54, left Top Gear in 2015.

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Clarkson was axed after a fracas with a producer over a lack of hot food and his TV pals later quit.

The motor nuts had fronted the car show since 2003.

They began filming The Grand Tour for Amazon Prime, which started on TV last autumn, after signing a mega money deal.

Clarkson is now Britain’s highest paid TV host, reportedly earning £10million a year.   (The Mirror)

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Seven Things Men Should Know About Women’s Nipples |The Republican News

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For the average man, a lady’s nipples are one of the areas of a woman’s body that can give men pleasure when touched or sucked.

Yes, this is very true; but men also need to know a few things that happen to a woman’s nipples when it comes to sex, pregnancy, childbirth, etc. So, here you go…

Nipples are not decoration. You already knew that, but you also need to know that a woman’s nipples can be a warning that some serious health problems are there. For instance, as you romance your partner’s breasts, help her check to see that the nipples don’t have what looks like pockets (dimples) around them. If dimples occur around any of the breasts, it could be a warning sign for breast cancer. Tell her to see the doctor.

Nipple discharge is often normal, even when she isn’t pregnant or breastfeeding. Discharge can occur in most women if the nipple is squeezed, says a breast surgeon, Dr Leah Gendler. But if you’re not squeezing—and especially if the discharge is bloody and/or coming from just one breast—take her to the hospital. The discharge could be the result of a benign growth, a harmless cyst, or breast cancer.

Exercise can injure nipples. If your partner is not doing vigorous activity yet you or her notice that the nipples are red, itchy, scaly, and/or flaking, advise her to see the doctor. This could be a sign of Paget’s disease, a rare form of cancer involving the nipple and areola, Gendler says. She adds: “It could also be eczema, so don’t get anxious. Just see your doctor.”

Nipple pain during breastfeeding is common (and preventable). For men whose wives are nursing babies, know that throbbing, burning, cracked, or sore nipples are all common complaints, particularly in the first few weeks of breastfeeding. But if this pain continues, take her to see the doctor.

Hairy nipples are normal—even in women. Those small bumps around the nipples are normal hair follicles. If your partner has dark hairs growing on her nipples, she is not a witch. Just encourage her to trim it carefully. However, if the hair follicles become painful, grow in size, or are itchy and scaly, let her see the doctor. It could be a sign of infection—or cancer.

Inverted nipples are normal. If your partner has inverted nipples, there is no cause for alarm, says a plastic surgeon, Dr Paul Lorenc.

Nipples are erogenous zones. Well, scientific research has also confirmed what we already know! According to researchers at Rutgers University, the sensation from nipple stimulation travels to the same pleasure centres of the brain as sensations from the vagina, clitoris, and cervix.   (

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Divorce Harms Children’s Health For Decades – Study |The Republican News

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When children live through a contentious divorce or separation by their parents, the fallout appears to harm their health for decades, even into adulthood, researchers said Monday.

The study involved 201 healthy adults who agreed to be quarantined, exposed to a virus that causes the common cold, and monitored for five days.

Those whose parents had separated and had not spoken to each other for years were three times as likely to get sick, compared to those whose parents had separated but had stayed in touch as the children grew.

Previous research has shown that adults whose parents separated during childhood have an increased risk for poorer health.

The latest study showed that this higher risk of illness is due, at least in part, to heightened inflammation in response to a viral infection, the report said.

“Early life stressful experiences do something to our physiology and inflammatory processes that increase the risk for poorer health and chronic illness,” said Michael Murphy, a psychology postdoctoral research associate at Carnegie Mellon University.

“This work is a step forward in our understanding of how family stress during childhood may influence a child’s susceptibility to disease 20-40 years later.”

The study also showed that the adult children of parents who had separated but stayed in touch were no more likely to get sick than the adult children of intact families.

“Our results target the immune system as an important carrier of the long-term negative impact of early family conflict,” said Sheldon Cohen, a co-author and professor of psychology.

“They also suggest that all divorces are not equal, with continued communication between parents buffering deleterious effects of separation on the health trajectories of the children.”

The findings were published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a peer-reviewed US journal.  (

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Look At Genevieve Nnaji’s Multi-billion Naira Mansion In Ghana (VIDEO)

By Chibiko Ikenna Offor

She is a top Nollywood actress, one of the pioneers of the fast growing Nollywood film and entertainment industry.

Genevieve Nnaji is a household name in the movie industry that no one in Nigeria or Africa could think twice before remembering her name or one of her movies.

She was even once slated to stare alongside a world-renowned Pinewood Film legendary movie franchise know as James Bond, or 007, a licensed British royal secret agent and killer. She is definitely a success story in Nigeria as well as Africa.

She has had a stint in Hollywood but has gone recently silent in Nollywood movie industry films, but her name can still re-echo anytime it is mentioned.

Her wealth is also not very common and could be seen here in this video from DTS that she has accumulated some good assets for herself.

She should enjoy her life, she has worked hard for it.


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8 Signs That You Are The Problem In Your Romantic Partnership

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Sometimes, relationships just don’t work out as you plan. You might look back and laugh about how incompatible the two of you were. But there are a few signs that you’re a toxic partner that you might have missed, and they’re important to figure out if you want your love to improve. (And, if you want to grow as a person.) Yes, it’s hard to take criticism, but those who are self-aware can often form much better relationships.

Of course, there are many reasons why you might want to be less toxic in your relationship. Perhaps you’re emotionally hurting your partner without even realizing it. Or, maybe you’re unaware of how you’re coming off and realizing that relationships rarely last longer than a month or two. No matter the reason, it’s never too late to change.

Here are a few signs that it’s not them, it’s you.

1. You’re always jealous of the people he or she works with.

In fact, you don’t even want to hear about the new person at the office, since there’s a chance that he or she is attractive, kind, and incredibly funny. Even if your partner has never cheated on you before, it’s your worst case scenario, so you can’t help but think of it.

Take a step back here — that’s not fair. In doing this, you’re punishing your significant other for no reason. Instead, remember that the two of you got together because he or she liked you for you. And perhaps if you got to know these coworkers, or at least learn more about them, that jealousy will disappear.

2. You believe that the silent treatment is the best way to handle a fight.

Sometimes it helps to cool down and stay quiet, but if this lasts awhile — and you’re “punishing” your significant other with silence — you’re not effectively communicating at all. There’s a small chance that they’re not even sure what they did wrong in the first place, and keeping it all in and not handling it in a productive way will get you nowhere.

3. You make threats.

Ever hear yourself uttering something like, “If you don’t do X, Y, and Z, I’m leaving”? Unless you’re totally serious — and comfortable with giving an ultimatum — don’t say that. That’s definitely a line used when a relationship is already broken. If you’re spouting it out yet still plan on getting married to this person at some point (or at least, a long-term relationship) it’s definitely a level of manipulation.

Oh — and never say something like “If you leave me, I’ll kill myself.” Since that puts your partner in a very rough situation. If you’re truly feeling suicidal, you absolutely need to talk to someone who can help. Call the Suicide Prevention Hotline at (800) 273-8255, and they’ll provide what you need. If you don’t, and just know that a line like that will help you gain control in the situation, realize that that’s both toxic and abusive.

4. You tend to guilt trip.

So, two years ago he or she did something kind of terrible. It could have been signing up for a dating site, or it could have been letting you worry all night when they were out and their phone battery died. It happens. And back then, the two of you dealt with it and decided — as a couple — to move forward.

That doesn’t mean these events need to keep popping up. If things were solved, but you still bring it up in the heat of a fight, you’re still not over it. And if that’s the case, you should break up. If that’s not the case, you’re pretty much storing the event as personal ammo, and that’s not cool.

5. You depend on your partner to boost your self-esteem.

It’s always nice to hear some kind words from your partner. Hey, sometimes we dress up for others and want to be noticed. But if your self-esteem levels are totally based on what your partner thinks, you might be a little toxic.

Here’s why: In a good relationship, you need to love yourself to give him or her your best. While relationships should always boost you up, starting at an esteem level of zero might just make you a little clingy and demanding. Remember — your relationship should help to improve, not define, who you are.

6. You’ve realized he or she isn’t “the one” months ago.

You haven’t been happy for awhile, but you’ve settled. It might not seem like a big deal, but it really is. Why? Well, since you’re wasting his or her time. Obviously the two of you aren’t on the same page — if your significant other proposes, saying “no” will be the absolute right decision, but it’ll also crush them. That’s simply not cool.

Holding out until someone better comes along is a selfish move. If you’re not into the relationship, end it now — it’s the best thing you can do for your partner.

7. Everything is their fault.

You can’t look back and think of one false move you’ve made throughout the entire relationship. If you forgot to pay rent, it’s because he or she didn’t remind you. Your morning got off to a rough start since he or she took the last coffee pod you liked. The shower is disgusting since he or she should have known to clean it. You get the gist.

While your partner may have goofed up a few times, not being accountable for anything will make you a pretty toxic individual. It’s okay to say something like, “I should have cleaned the shower” or at the very least, “I should have asked for help with the shower.” But if you continue to act like your significant other is looking to destroy your life, the love will soon vanish.

8. You monopolize every conversation.

Some people are talkers, and some are listeners. But in a good relationship, there’s a balance. If you notice yourself taking over the conversation — especially a conversation about a topic that he or she started — it’s possible that you’re tuning out to everything they’re trying to say.

When a partner feels like they’re not being listened to, they often cease conversation altogether. And a couple that doesn’t communicate is a couple that’s more or less doomed. Make sure to let them finish their sentences, and always ask them about their day. Even if it was uneventful, they’ll appreciate the brief spotlight.  (Hello Giggles)

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