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How to Drive Men Wild By Alexandra Fox

Ever wished you were more beautiful than you are now? Ever wished that you could attract the guys you like, instead of the guys who creep you out? Ever wished you were "sexier?" If your answer to any of these questions is "yes," then this Newsletter's for you! This Newsletter is a "great ideas" Newsletter, and our goal for today is to make you SEXIER to the men around you. FIVE TIMES sexier, in fact! ======================================= HOW TO BE FIVE TIMES SEXIER THAN YOU ARE NOW ======================================= Now you might be wondering: "How in the world can I become 5 times sexier?" To answer that, let me ask you another question... What is the FASTEST way to seduce a guy? If you're like most women, then your answer would probably be: "Get naked!" And you would be correct! Men are highly visual creatures. And they do get turned on by their sense of sight more than anything else. But is that all to it? Does that mean allyou need to do to make…

MOMENTS with YOU By Dennis and Barbara Rainey

June 16

Out in the Open
The man and his wife were both naked and were not ashamed.
Genesis 2:25

Being "naked" but "not ashamed."

This is why we get married—not just to have sex, but also to become emotionally intimate with another person. We want someone we can be openly transparent with, someone who accepts us, even when we're being our real selves.

Yet although this is what our souls long for, many couples—especially young couples—hide this need behind the mere act of sexual togetherness. They find having sex easier than opening up to each other spiritually, where the potential for hypocrisy and awkwardness always exists. Sex can be easier than opening up emotionally, letting someone else in on their fears and worries and dreams and deepest feelings.

That's why, even when the level of sexual intimacy is high in a marriage, the level of real transparency can still be surprisingly low... and subtly debilitating.

I recall a young single man stopping by Barbar…