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Sunday

US Scientist Claims To Have Found Elusive G-spot


WASHINGTON, April 26 — A US gynaecologist claims to have found the G-spot, a supposed pleasure centre on the front interior wall of the vagina, but some critics say not so fast.
In a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine yesterday, Adam Ostrzenski said he has confirmed the presence of the G-spot after extracting a tiny “well-delineated sac structure” from inside an 83-year-old cadaver.
Where the G-spot is located has been clouded by evidence that is subjective or contradictory, and some experts argue it does not exist. — Picture courtesy of shutterstock.com
“This study confirmed the anatomic existence of the G-spot, which may lead to a better understanding and improvement of female sexual function,” said Ostrzenski, of the Institute of Gynecology in St Petersburg, Florida.
The journal’s editor-in-chief Irwin Goldstein said the finding “adds to the growing body of literature regarding women’s sexual anatomy and physiology.”
The G-spot, named after German gynaecologist Ernst Graefenberg, who first mooted its existence in 1950, is said to be a highly sensitive area in the vagina that, when stimulated, gives a woman a powerful orgasm.
But where the G-spot is located has been clouded by evidence that is subjective or contradictory, and some experts argue it does not exist.
Critics have cast doubt on the latest finding as well, noting that the supposed G-spot only seems to provide arousal for some women and that its importance may be overstated by sex product marketers.
“It’s a single case study involving the dissection of the body of one woman whose sexual experiences are unknown to us,” sex researcher Debby Herbenick wrote in a critique on the Daily Beast, an online magazine.
“Did she enjoy vaginal penetration? Did she find G-spot stimulation to be pleasurable or erotic or more or less likely to lead to orgasm? We don’t know.”
In 2008, the same journal published an article by an Italian researcher who used an ultrasound to scan the vaginal area on nine women who claimed to experience vaginal orgasms and 11 who said they did not.
That study concluded that the anatomical feature exists, but that only some women have it. Critics countered that it was unclear whether the purported G-spot was a new structure or simply an extension of the clitoris.
Herbenick insists the verdict is still out, and that the latest finding in itself adds little to the research.
“We don’t know how many women (if any) have similar structures. And we certainly don’t know if the structure has anything to do with G-Spot stimulation, sexual pleasure, erotic sensations or orgasm,” she writes.
“It’s not like body parts come with pre-labelled signs indicating what they are — and calling this structure the ‘G-spot’ doesn’t make it so.” — AFP-Relaxnews

Friday

Malaysia Needs Independent Electoral Observers


 by Dennis Ignatius
Something significant is taking place tomorrow in several cities across Malaysia — ordinary citizens are coming together like never before to stand up for their democratic rights and freedoms, most particularly their constitutional right to free and fair elections.
The occasion is the mass public rally organised by the Coalition For Free and Fair Elections, otherwise known by its local acronym, Bersih (which also means “clean” in the local vernacular). The coalition brings together dozens of non-governmental organisations as well as concerned citizens from across Malaysia’s diverse ethnic and religious spectrum.
This will be the third such protest since 2007 and comes as Malaysia gears up for its 13th general election.
The demand for free and fair elections is rooted in clear and compelling evidence of gerrymandering, electoral fraud, and voter registration irregularities by the Election Commission which has a long history of working hand in glove with the government instead of being unbiased and independent.
The group wants the head of the Election Commission and his senior officers to resign and for foreign observers to monitor the upcoming elections.
The government has made clear that it intends to proscribe tomorrow’s gathering. Both the police and city authorities have declared the gathering illegal and have threatened to forcibly put it down.
During the last Bersih gathering in 2011, riot police attacked demonstrators with chemical-laced water cannons and tear gas. More than 1,000 people were also arrested. In addition, outrageous sexist remarks and threats were made against Bersih leader Ambiga Sreenevasan, the 2009 recipient of the US Secretary of State’s International Women of Courage award.  There were even calls to strip her of her citizenship.
Tomorrow’s protest is taking place within the context of a deteriorating political situation and a mismanaged economy that has left many Malaysians despairing for their future.
Over the last few decades, while the international community has largely looked the other way, Malaysia has quietly drifted towards a corrupt and undemocratic system of governance. Key institutions of state, including the justice system, the civil service and the security forces, have been co-opted and turned into mere appendages of the ruling party in much the same way as other non-democratic regimes have done.
The media is heavily controlled and mostly owned by parties belonging to the ruling Barisan Nasional.
Corruption is rampant. Billions have been lost due to mismanagement, fraud and outright theft. The vast majority of corruption cases are either never brought before the justice system or are insufficiently dealt with. Political connections are everything; justice and accountability mean nothing.
According to the Washington-based financial watchdog Global Financial Integrity, more than US$47 billion (RM141 billion) in illicit money was illegally siphoned out of Malaysia in 2009 alone.
Racial and religious tensions have also been deliberately stoked as part of a strategy of intimidation. Places of worship have been attacked and religious leaders threatened.
In response to public pressure, the government promised to undertake major reforms including the abolition of the Internal Security Act (which allows for indefinite detention without trial) and other repressive laws. To date, however, the reforms have been largely cosmetic and superficial. Even the much vaunted Parliamentary Select Committee on Election Reforms turned out to be big on lofty statements but short on real action and commitment; more games to deceive and delay.
Malaysians are now determined to press for change in a peaceful and democratic manner.
A vibrant though untested opposition that is fully committed to democracy, multiculturalism and peaceful transformation is in place and offers hope that a genuine two-party system might emerge. Such a development is fundamental to Malaysia’s democratic future.
The brave Malaysians who will take to the streets of their nation tomorrow in defiance of their government and in pursuit of their fundamental rights will not be marching alone.
Already, in 70 cities around the world, simultaneous Bersih demonstrations are being planned by Malaysians living abroad.
Malaysia’s friends in the democratic world, including the Commonwealth, must also speak up in support of Bersih’s legitimate demands. Now is not the time to hold back or keep silent and neither must economic or security considerations be allowed to trump support for democracy.
As Edmund Burke once remarked, all that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.
Timely international support for the democratic process in Malaysia can have a huge and positive impact on the peaceful change that Malaysians seek to bring about.
At the very least, democratic governments must press to send election observers to monitor the upcoming general election. The government of Malaysia has happily sent election observers to other countries; it should not object to playing by the same rules. — New Mandala
[Note: A team of seven members from six countries, including Australian Senator Nicholas Xenaphon, reached Kuala Lumpur yesterday for its six-day fact-finding mission, which entails imparting concerns raised to them over Malaysia’s election processes with the Election Commission (EC), ministers and ruling party leaders.]
* Dennis Ignatius is a retired diplomat. He was with the Malaysian foreign service for 36 years. This included postings to Beijing, London and Washington. He also served as Malaysia’s ambassador to Chile and Argentina, and High Commissioner to Canada.
* This is the personal opinion of the writer or publication.

Marina Bay Sands Singapore




You can have a perfect holiday at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore as everything is under one roof.



You can just stay there and enjoy the rooms or suites with breathtaking view, or just relax at the spa or at the swimming pool and have a splendid cuisine at the restaurants of your choice.



You shouldn't miss the skypark and the museum, where plenty of activities have been planned for travellers around the world.



Shopping is just a minute away, Marina Bay Sands is a shopping heaven for shoppers, and at the same time you can enjoy ice skating, riding sampan and listening to the best jazz music of all time.

Wednesday

A Secret Scroll





Secret Scrolls message from Rhonda Byrne
Creator of The Secret

From The Secret Daily Teachings
Remember, if you are criticizing, you are not being grateful. If you are blaming, you are not being grateful. If you are complaining, you are not being grateful. If you are feeling tension, you are not being grateful. If you are rushing, you are not being grateful. If you are in a bad mood, you are not being grateful.

Gratitude can transform your life. Are you allowing minor things to get in the way of your transformation and the life you deserve?
May the joy be with you,

Rhonda Byrne
The Secret... bringing joy to billions


Friday

Aaron Aziz













Aaron Aziz, pelakon Singapura yang telah menempah nama di Malaysia melalui filem KL Gangster. Walaupun beliau telah lama menceburi dalam bidang lakunan drama di Singapura, beliau tidak dikenali di Malaysia, sehinggalah filem KL Gangster ditayangkan.

Nama beliau terus meningkat naik setelah berlakun dalam filem Ombak Rindu bersama Maya Karin, seterusnya memenangi anugerah bintang paling popular pada 2011.

Beliau mempunyai bakat berlakun berbagai watak, tetapi lakunan terbaik ialah watak yang beremosi tinggi, sentimental, serius tetapi romantik.

Ramai wanita di Malaysia tergila-gilakan Aaron Aziz, dari watak tersebut diatas. Susah nak cari perwatakan tersebut dalam diri seorang lelaki, kalau ada pun sikit sangat. Jangan mimpilah, itu cuma lakunan aje....

Thursday

Wrinkles Solution


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Glycolic Acid 35% Gel Peel, 30ml (Professional)

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Hyaluronic Acid Serum 100% Pure

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Dandruff Solution


Nizoral AntiDandruff Shampoo, 7-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 2)

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Wednesday

Panduan Mengambil Gambar Perkahwinan




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Panduan Menjahit Baju Kurung



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Tuesday

Latest Handbags Design by Kate Spade













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Jennifer Aniston on Brangelina



Jennifer Aniston is reportedly "happy" that her ex-husband Brad Pitt is newly engaged to longtime love Angelina Jolie, reports say.

Despite having called Angelina Jolie "really uncool" for admitting to falling for Pitt on the set of "Mr. and Mrs. Smith," while he was still married to Aniston, reports say that the "Friends" actress is not only "happy" that the couple plans to wed but is also "grateful for how things turned out."

"Jennifer is happy for Brad and Angelina," a source tells the website HollywoodLife.com. "She is so in love with Justin [Theroux], that she is really grateful how things turned out. In a strange way if it weren’t for Angelina, Jennifer would not have connected with Justin in a romantic way."

History Of Trinket Box

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A trinket box is also known by other terms such as jewel case or casket and has been used from the medieval times on the dressers. These are small boxes that are embellished on the top in a variety of designs and have a hollow space or concealment when opened. These small boxes are perfect to keep jewels and other trinkets. The adornments on the top of the trinket boxes vary according to the designers and clients whims and fancies. From gold to iron, all metals have been used to create trinket boxes. Other materials that have been used to make these jewel cases are wood, paper mache, stone, ivory and porcelain.

Since the 17th century onwards, there has been a spurt in the production of trinket boxes since the Limoges Box was introduced in France. As it was manufactured by the King’s own kilns, it became a rage with the nobility.

Clara And The Nutcracker Musical Egg by The Bradford Exchange

The spread of porcelain ware, art of enamelling and Art metal ware gave a further impetus to the popularity of trinket box manufacturing. Most popular trinket boxes have been classified as Art Metal wares and were created in cast metal and antimonial lead and later electroplated in silver, gold, copper and even ivory. In the late 19th century, trinket boxes were a necessity on the vanity cases and dressers of women all over the world. From handcrafted ivory boxes inlaid with jewels of the east to the delicate porcelain boxes of France, there was a rich variety available.

Daughter Unravel The Secrets of Mother's Past



Laurel Saville’s decision to tell her mother’s story was not an easy one. Once a figure of legendary charm and success in the glittering world of 1950s Los Angeles, Laurel’s mother Anne died an alcoholic street person, brutally murdered in a burned-out West Hollywood building in 1983. After 20 years of seeking answers to the heartbreaking trajectory of her mother’s life and the mysteries of her own eccentric childhood, Laurel finally gave herself permission to share her journey with readers in the memoir Unraveling Anne.

“After all, this is my mother we’re talking about. As her daughter, I belonged to her; as my mother, she also belongs to me. I don’t have her anymore, but I still have her story.” Laurel’s unflinchingly honest memoir ended up exposing surprising truths about both mother and daughter, revealing how compassion and love for a difficult parent can be a bridge to a better life.

Laurel had a well-known agent who shopped the book around for several years. There was deep praise, but no takers. One editor held up the manuscript for a full year only to reject it. Having been a professional writer for a decade, Laurel found this process maddening. “If the product was so good, what was the reason for rejecting it? I never got clear answers.”

Fed up, Laurel abandoned traditional publishing and took matters into her own hands. She self-published her book and made it available on Kindle, which led to a book deal with Amazon.

“Amazon puts the author, who is after all the creator of the product, at the center of the process,” says Laurel. “I am the object of envy from so many writers, not just because of the contract, but because of Amazon’s author-centric approach.”

Since its release on Amazon in November 2011, Unraveling Anne has sold over 11,000 copies worldwide, won the memoir category of the Indie Book Awards, and climbed to #4 in the Women's Memoirs category on the Kindle bestseller list. The overwhelmingly positive response from readers has left Laurel “thrilled and humbled.”

“I’ve received emails and calls from people who knew my mother well and loved her. My mother's cousin has given the book to patients in her therapy practice who reportedly have found it ‘healing.’ I have received letters from strangers who report the same. And then there are the letters from aspiring writers who are heartened and emboldened by the story of how this book has come to publication.”

Laurel says this new-found connection to her readers is all any writer wishes for. “Seeing my memoir published has given me—and all those people who are enjoying the book—quite the gift. Every time I read the word ‘algorithm’ used as an epithet directed at Amazon, I think of all of the incredibly nice, warm, living, breathing book lovers there, and just have to laugh.”

Laurel Saville is one of thousands of authors being discovered by Amazon customers.

Dune

I must not fear.
Fear is the mind-killer.
Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.

~Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear