Ten years later, she divides her time between Paris and Copenhagen. Her column is called Sex Actu. Is that a coincidence or an impersonator?
Why then is the national mood being relayed on French news that of profound discontent? Are you not simply an illusionist risen from the heart of history? The righteous indignation being expressed by Plenel and Bourdin is, Macron suggested, no longer enough.
I envy French women. They never sleep alonethey have affairs. And their children never throw food.
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Her column, Sex Actu, offers insightful, amusing analysis of sex-related news and issues, in France and around the world. As it turns out, we have a lot to learn from the French when it comes to bedroom matters shocking no one. Here are some of the biggest takeaways from the interview, which you may or may not want to apply to your own sex life.
The justification of sex by love, though scorned by the French critical establishment, is apparently just the thing French women want these days. Who can blame them? As if it were a violation of the aesthetics of erotic fiction for the hero, after spanking her and making love to her, to want to buy her lots of expensive stuff and marry her. Enough with books about faceless female slaves with pierced labia.
A sauna—but not the sauna featured in this article. Photo via Flickr user Kent Wang. A while ago, I saw one of our regulars in action.
PARIS Reuters - French men believe sex is the surest route to happiness but for French women the key to felicity is food, according to a poll published on Wednesday. Chocolate, cheese and foie gras, a festive French delicacy made from the livers of force-fed ducks, top the league table of happiness-procuring victuals, the Harris Interactive poll found. While the French rate sex and food equally as catalysts of well-being, giving both a score of 7.