Penis size is not the final determining factor in a man’s ability to satisfy a woman or enjoy sex. The two of the most sexually sensitive areas for a woman, the clitoris and theG-spot, are both easily reached and aroused. "The G-spot is only one-third up inside the vaginal barrel," "For women who tend to be G-spot oriented, a small or short penis can do the job, and the G-spot can produce ecstatic pleasure."
Some women really dislike the idea of a large penis and may be frightened by one that is too long. Some women are much more impressed by the thickness of a penis, rather than its length. This is because some females like the sense of feeling stretched round the entrance to the vagina – so if a guy is quite broad at the base of his penis, this can feel very exciting and satisfying to such women. Each woman needs different size because vagina vary in size as well.
Let's Get down to the bottom of "Does Size Matter" this Satuday w/ Relationship Coach Sadie......
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in 2010 there were 500,000 children in the foster care system in the United States at any given moment; 26% of them being African-American. That means there are more black children in the foster care system than there are in the general U.S. population. What gives? Tonight, we are going to discuss in-depth, the foster care and adoption system in the United States as it affects African-American children. We will start from the beginning and discuss the causes for having such large numbers of our kids becoming wards of the state, and the path they usually take once they're placed in the system. We'll also look at the success rates of adoption in black households and the latest trends on transracial adoptions. There are lots of highs and lows, facts and myths that will be highlighted on this discussion, as we're joined by a proud foster parent who has her own testimony to share. We're here to educate you tonight, as we go "Live in the Vocal Booth".
Tonight's Special Guests:
Vertie is a chaplain, author, playwright and a licensed evangelist. She's also a foster care mother, presently caring for a medically-fragile child from the Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS), as well as two mentally challenged adults.
If Soul is dead, then the solution is Tim Terry. A native of Memphis, Tennessee, whose musical influences were Rhythm and Blues' disciples of Soul, Donny Hathaway, Marvin Gaye, Willie Hutch, Al Green and Isaac Hayes. Their spirits led a young Tim Terry into the river's bank to be baptized in funk and chosen to spread the gospel of soul revival. In an industry where talent is not appreciated or respected, Tim Terry is determined to bring the honesty and purity of music back from the dead. "Music can be political and moving without celebrating hate." His music transcends musical boundaries and ethic regions and does not forget to honor love.
My Baby Daddy....It's time to clear the air of just what this means. Is it derogatory, a term used for humor, or maybe even for endearment? No matter how you slice it the Baby Daddy always seems to get the left over, corner piece of cake that's all icing. The question is.... should he? Are today's society's father's all horrible, dead beats that have no passion to build healthy relationships with their children or are they completely misguided and misunderstood? Tonight from 11pm-1am chime in with the ladies of OWWHH as they discuss "Ya Baby Daddy...." Only on www.bks1radio.com
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Harold S. Reed, Jr. was born and raised in East Orange, New Jersey. He briefly attended Rutgers University, before leaving school to enlist in the U.S. Air Force. Harold proudly served as a Medical Services Specialist during the Persian Gulf War.
In 2000, Harold began his career in Law Enforcement working for the police departments of East Orange, and later, Woodbridge - both in New Jersey. In 2006, after encouraging his wife to start her own successful photography business, he decided to share his motivation with the world by becoming a public speaker & author. He created his company – HRJR Enterprises, and in 2007 he self-published and released his first book, “Find A Way to Make A Way – You’re Either Part of the Problem or You're Part of the Solution!”
Based upon both the content of the book and his independent sales potential, in 2008, he was signed to Tate Publishing & Enterprises with the 2nd edition of his book released in early 2009. Also in 2009, Harold expanded his brand by becoming a Certified Professional Life Coach and creating & adding HRJR Coaching Services to the "HRJR" brand. In 2011 he retired from law enforcement, focusing more of his life towards being of service to his fellow man without many of the restrictions bound upon him by the uniform.