Tag Archives: Lorenzo Baccala

The Critical Importance of Men and Women Faking Orgasms

G and I recently read an article about the classic, unforgettable faking-orgasm, dinner scene in the movie, When Harry Met Sally (1989), starring Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal. He thinks he’s a great lover but Ryan reminds him that women are expert at faking orgasms, and many could have faked them in order to please […]

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Dabbling: An Interesting Update

In a previous post we discussed what G and I believe is becoming an increasingly common sexual movement, Dabbling. It’s when two women and a man or the other way around periodically, but not at all that often, have sexual encounters with an agreement that such events are only meant for sexual play, fantasy fulfillment […]

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If She’s a Slut or a Pig, What is He? Part I

When I was in my early teens, way before the sexual revolution and, would you believe, before oral contraceptives, most men and women experienced sex for the first time during their first honeymoon night. There were, however, a few sexually prolific women who bedded with more than a few men. For protection against pregnancy and […]

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The Book: The Man Who Made Love to More Women Than Casanova

G and I have received more than a few requests to talk more about the book. In our conversations we frequently refer to it throughout all our blogs without mentioning its content. We decided to publish the table of contents but, much to our surprise, Endorfina beat us to it in a previous post (Cupid […]

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Lorenzo and G* Discuss “What do Women Want?”

Lorenzo and G* Discuss the Recently Published Heavily Marketed Book, “What Do Women Want? Adventures in The Science of Female Desire” by Daniel Bergner  “G, how are things going up there in your cabin? It’s been almost four months. Are you still hiding from the ladies?” “Well, my friend, you’d be surprised about what’s going […]

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