The way semen looks under the microscope
For most people, the taste of semen is mild and inoffensive. People have described the flavour as bitter, slightly salty, sweet, or metallic.
There is no right or wrong way to feel about semen. Some people enjoy swallowing or tasting a partner’s semen, while others feel uncomfortable doing so. Likewise, some people may feel self-conscious about allowing a partner to taste their semen.
Open communication with a partner and gentle mutual encouragement can help both partners feel less worried about all bodily fluids, including semen.
In this article, we examine what semen typically tastes and smells like, and … >>> Read Full Story
Amidst the challenges that Nigerian teachers face in terms of professional motivation, work-friendly environment and training, among other incentives, discussions that centre on recruiting, supporting, and empowering teachers, as well as inspiring future-oriented teaching will take centre stage at the third Lagos Teachers’ Conference.
The conference will congregate speakers, panellists to discuss how to build capacity and strengthen competence through exposure to relevant information, vital skills and current teaching principles, styles and techniques.
The Co-ordinator, Educational Aid Global Initiative (Edu-Aid), a non-governmental organisation of the Covenant Christian Centre, Olufemi Orawusi said experts with decades of experiences in the field of education and teacher training will … >>> Read Full Story
By Eguono Odjegba
THERE are indications that the Federal Government of Nigeria may have commenced moves to reverse the alleged distortions in the Benin-Nigeria cargo trans-shipment route arbitrarily restricted to the Seme-Krake Border by the government of the Republic of Benin.
This is coming against the background of realization that the skewed cargo movement has taken a toll on the revenue collection of the affected area commands of the Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, particularly the Ogun and Oyo/Osun Area Command.
Ogun Area Command’s Customs area controller, Compt. Michael Agbara, who dropped the hint confirmed that the development has negatively impacted on the revenue collection potential … >>> Read Full Story
Nseobong Okon-Ekong writes that as minister-designates are likely to be assigned to their area of core competence, all eyes are on Mr. Goddy Jeddy-Agba, who has acquired the necessary proficiency to successfully man the petroleum ministry
Hardly a day passes after the announcement of the nomination of Mr. Goddy Jeddy-Agba for a ministerial slot without scores of mention in the media. The reports started with a deluge of messy details, apparently sponsored by his opponents, of his career at the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). They descended heavily on his engagement with the former Petroleum Minister, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke. It was a stark display of … >>> Read Full Story
By Samuel Oyadongha
YENAGOA— BAYELSA State Governor, Mr Seriake Dickson has warned aspirants jostling for the flag of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to shun brigandage and hooliganism in the forthcoming primaries of the party.
He handed down the warning while addressing an expanded PDP stakeholders’ meeting comprising elders, state caucus members and all aspirants on the platform of the party in the state.
Dickson in a statement by his Special Adviser on Media Relations, Fidelis Soriwei, stressed the need for all the aspirants to pursue their political ambitions within the ambit of the law and rules of the game.
Commending the aspirants … >>> Read Full Story
The Kogi State Police Command has reacted to news that herdsmen walked into the Terminal of Big Joe Transport in Kogi and shot all the passengers boarding to travel to Edo State.
DSP William Ovye Aya, Police Public Relations Officer, in a statement said it was false and calculated at manipulating the mindsets of Nigerians and the good people of the State that, Kogi State was not safe.The Kogi State Police Command has reacted to news that herdsmen walked into the Terminal of Big Joe Transport in Kogi and shot all the passengers boarding to travel to Edo State.
DSP William Ovye Aya, Police Public … >>> Read Full Story
Multiple award-winning Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson has said her visit to Ghanaian President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo was a waste of her time.
The stunning actress explained that she did not bother making efforts to follow up on the visit because she did not see it yielding any result.
Yvonne Nelson meets up with the president in October 2018 with colleague actors, Adjetey Anang and Kwaku Elliot.
In an interview on Joy FM, the mother of one stressed that; “The last time we went to meet him…it had to do with the industry [for which] we had a proposal. We actually went to … >>> Read Full Story