Masque Sexual Flavors Intimacy Tips

Posted: July 10, 2012 by Esteban in Featured Fuck
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Masque Sexual Flavors (, a popular intimacy enhancement product, is helping couples put the spark back into their relationships this summer.


“The summer is an ideal time to re-connect with your partner. Most people take some time off from work for vacation, so they have extra time to spend with a loved one,” says Michael Guilfoyle, president of Masque. “We encourage couples to do something special together, whether it’s taking a day trip, going to the spa or just staying home and having a special dinner.”
Kate Cassidy, Masque’s chief intimacy officer, adds that couples should commit this summer to trying new things and suggests a few tips for making the most of their time together:
Turn up the volume of your communication. If you’re in a committed relationship, it’s easy to get set in your ways. If you usually text during the day, pick up the phone and give your partner a mid-day call or send a nice email. Your partner will be grateful to know you’re thinking of them and it will get you both in the mood.
·         Experiment. Bring the spark back to your relationship by trying something new this summer. Introduce a new product, like Masque Sexual Flavors — dissolvable, flavored strips that cover the tastes associated with oral sex — or try a new position in the bedroom.
·         Have some fun. Make plans to do something you both have on your bucket list, like white water rafting, renting a kayak, taking a salsa class together, watching the sunset at your favorite beach or skinny dipping. Whether you live in a big city or a small town, you can come up with tons of creative ideas.
·         Switch roles. If one of you usually initiates sex, change it up a little and do something special for your mate.
·         Spend time together. Make your alone time a priority this summer. Commit to a staycation, book a hotel in town and visit those great local spots you’ve been meaning to check out.
“We live in a world that is full of distractions, but when it comes to connecting with your partner, you don’t want anything to stand in the way,” says Guilfoyle. “This summer, you’ll be glad you dedicated your time to bettering your relationship.”
As seen in the pages of Redbook, Women’s Health and Cosmopolitan, Masque Sexual Flavors is the first oral sex strip that dissolves on the tongue, blocking the salts, proteins and bitter tastes sometimes associated with oral sex on a man and helping improve the overall experience for both partners. Designed with couples in mind, Masque aims to increase intimacy between partners and encourage sexual exploration during the holidays and throughout the year.
Masque is available in watermelon, mango, strawberry and chocolate flavors. The oral sex strips can be purchased on the company’s website, or on for $9.95 per pack. Each pack contains three individually-wrapped gel strips. The company recently announced it is launching eight international websites to meet the growing demand for the intimacy enhancement product.
  1. Victor says:

    , She Said Should He Leave?He Said:Should I leave my wife?We’ve been married for 34 years. I haven’t loved her for sevearl years and haven’t had sex for nearly that long. It hurts her back. There isn’t even any affection which I seem to thrive on. I also feel there is a big communication problem because when I say something, she responds with something entirely different. She seems to have selective memory and forgets almost everything I tell her.I haven’t been looking for someone else, but when I met someone that I connect with it seems so right. Recently my wife found out about my 3rd affair. Although she was mad and hurt, she has gotten to a point where she will not deal with it. I obviously had affairs for a reason. I don’t really want to leave my marriage, but I can’t stand to remain unhappy and unfulfulled like this. We have gone to marriage couseling in the past and it lasted for awhile, but then she would forget what we learned. I haven’t had fun with her in quite some time. Most of the time I think she has her head in the sand and thinks that everything will be ok. My children are grown and one supports me that I should go where I’m the happiest. My daughter wants to give it one more try and if it doesn’t work out, then leave. The thought of ended my affair is very difficult to accept. She and I seem like we’re made for each other. But I know if I divorce my wife, it will be so final.Before you respond to this question, I want to point something out that I have noticed about women men’s response to infidelity. If its a guy cheating they jump all over him and condem him. If its a girl that cheats, they somehow seem to look at it much more rationally ..WTH? Please try to put yourself in my shoes and tell me what you think I should do.•19 hours ago•- 1 week left to answer.Additional Details8 hours agoSome of you have ask about my contribution to this marriage over the years. Since I am a Cancer, I naturally nurture, love, protect and take care of her. Since she is on fixed income and cannot work, my job as the sole provider has been stressful at times. But I want to point out that if/when I leave I will be taking all of the bills with me. During this entire time, I have taken care of her when she has shoulder aches or migraines ..she’s not confined, she just can’t sit for very long. I would do the dishes, get her something to eat, go to the store for her .stuff like that. I’m always looked out for her best interest and tried to make her comfortable. Basically sacrificing my needs for hers. Sounds similar to what women do for men doesn’t it. She in turn, has been right there for me during my illnesses. I’ve had 6 major surgeries since 2004 and she has been right by my side the entire time.You guys are awesome and your answers really help me out. thanks, steveShe Said:Should Steve Leave His Wife?Steve posted the question, should he leave his wife?I’m the other woman in this scenario and would like to add my perspective:While he was in the hospital this last time, I could not be with him as I’m an interstate driver and was out of state. I was in anguish about not being there and only survived by staying in phone contact with him and the hospital. When he called me one day, I was horrified to learn that he was sick from medications and complications, and his wife would not question the staff on his behalf, for fear of causing trouble, believing they knew what they were doing. In truth, it turned out, things were going on that caused him to have to receive two more surgeries after the initial one. When he told me she would not intervene, I got on the phone with the hospital staff and would not relent until answers were given and solutions were being sought. I made many phone calls during that time, from the nurse, to the head nurse, to the director of nursing, to the surgeon, in order to get things done. So, while she was there everyday, as Steve said, she would not stand up for him or behind him when he needed her. When I did get within travelling distance and had a weekend to spare, I rented a car and drove 500 miles each way to visit him.Steve did not say in his posting that he has moral convictions that are making this very difficult for him; I understand that and we’re dealing with that together. I don’t want to be a home-wrecker and never sought out a married man. He is not in love with his wife. We have an uncommon bond that’s being built day by day on friendship and mutual respect. I would uproot my life to be with this man, but not until and if he’s ever ready to make the life change. I’m not pushing him because I want him to be sure and have no regrets. He’s soul-searching and so am I. If he decides he cannot be with me, I’ll accept it and disappear. But he’s not happy now and we’re both very, very happy when we’re together. I want, more than anything, for him to be happy, even if that happiness is not with me. Ellie what a thoughtful, insightful message. Thank you for that.In fact, we have discussed at length what we would need to do if he did decide to leave, these matters concerning his wife. I do sympathize with her, believe it or not, and would be more than willing to help. Steve knows this.

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