Pregnant women hot kiss
Now here you are wondering why on Earth he went as far as your stomach to give you a kiss! How exciting is that?! But it can also give you a sense of confusion. Why would he do it there? What is so good about the stomach? Why not a simple kiss on the lips or why not a little lower to get the action really heating up?
In Brazil, pregnant women urged to be cautious with a kiss
"My Husband Never Kisses Me Anymore"
My husband never kisses me anymore. Oh, sure, there's a peck on the cheek when he leaves for work, but we used to be passionate kissers before we got married and had kids. He just laughs when I say it bothers me and reminds me that we're still having sex, so what's the problem? The one gold nugget of advice that applies to every relationship is: If something is a problem for one of you, then it's a problem for both of you. Clearly, this is one of those times.
What Does It Mean When A Guy Kisses Your Stomach?
What was once an exciting and alluring encounter to be experienced upon on any surface with a semblance of privacy has now become an act of obligation, pity, or at best, a desperate attempt to satisfy a hormonal itch through frantic and unattractive mutual masturbation. Most women are skeptical at the mere mention of sex during their final months, and especially weeks, of pregnancy. However, if treated with love, understanding, and attention to a few key pieces of advice, it can be a beautiful and mutually satisfying experience for both partners. Foreplay is equally as important, if not more, during the final few weeks of pregnancy as it was before conception. Dive right in there and give her nipples a good tugging.
Email Gisele Felix, who is five months pregnant, applies repellent on her arm at her home in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, January 28, Fear of the mosquito-borne Zika virus has Brazilians rushing to buy repellant, creating a shortage of some brands on pharmacy shelves and boosting sales for the industry - a trend some producers are preparing for elsewhere as the outbreak spreads. Picture taken January 28, Paulo Gadelha, president of the Fiocruz research institute, said at a news conference that scientists have found live samples of the virus in saliva and urine samples, and the possibility it could be spread by the two body fluids requires further study. He said that calls for special precaution to be taken with pregnant women, and suggested they avoid kissing people other than a regular partner or sharing cutlery, glasses and plates with people who have symptoms of the virus.