Sex after 40 Quiz Answers

Posted 3:59 pm, January 25th, 2011

by Rosann

You took the quiz; now let’s see how you did.

1. Women age 45-65 claim they know all there is to know about sex. But, we didn’t need to tell you that you know it all, you.

2. The top sexual fantasy for women after 40 is having sex with a stranger. Now we understand what old blue eyes meant by Strangers in the Night.

3. Women 30-39 have sex 86 times per year on average.

4. A Mediterranean diet boots your libido (which Kathy knew). Book your tickets to Greece now – the competition is steep.

5. Only 3% of married women say they haven’t sex in the past year – thanks to Valentine’s Day and birthdays. We kid, we kid. But seriously, if you think your numbers are low, a little Zestra may help.

6. Of course there wasn’t a national study. Kathy Lee felt that pro football players have all the right moves.

Watch the original Sex after 40 clip!

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Rosann Fisher is Internet Marketing Manager at Semprae Laboratories, Inc.

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Coach Betty Talks about Sexual Satisfaction

Posted 11:49 am, January 25th, 2011

by Rosann

Listen to Coach Betty as she and sexpert Rachel Braun Scherl discuss the whys, whats and hows of women’s sexual satisfaction on CoachBettyLIVE. Ladies (and the men who love them) will find the news and views eye opening. Listen now!

And, be sure to tune in to CoachBettyLIVE in Febuary as Coach Betty reveals her formula and 5 step process for helping women achieve more Peace, Passion and Pleasure. Your Inner Orgasmic Fulfillment is one FREE phone call away!

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Rosann Fisher is Internet Marketing Manager at Semprae Laboratories, Inc.

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Sex Is All About Having Fun

Posted 4:10 pm, January 19th, 2011

by Rosann

Linda Franklin, founder and director of www.therealcougarwoman.com and author of the bestseller Don’t Ever Call Me Ma’am, knows a thing or two about reinvention after forty.  Below she dispels some sexual myths that may be stopping you from having fun in the bedroom.

Just like men, women make their fair share of  bedroom blunders.  In fact, too many women are guilty of buying into sexual myths like, “Men are like a light switch, either they are turned on or turned off.” So let’s start with that myth and move on to other outdated beliefs that take the fun out of sex.

MYTH #1:  Men get turned on without you  even trying. Maybe that’s true if the guy’s 22, but beyond that, men definitely have times when they need more.  A show of interest from you can be very encouraging and the ultimate turn on. Men love to be made love to, so don’t overlook your opportunity to please your partner.  His erection is all about you.

MYTH #2:  Expecting a man to know what turns you on. Why should a man know your body better than you do?  Let your partner know what you like.  Better still, show him.

MYTH #3:  Thinking sex is “messy.” Whatever  happens during sex is sensual not gross. Start thinking  about the joy of  sex not cleaning the sheets. MYTH  #4:  Certain positions are  “unladylike.”  No such thing.  If it pleases both of you go for it.

MYTH #4:  Refusing to let a partner try anything new. You can’t even stand eating the same meal twice in a week, why would you expect your partner to want to have sex the same way every single time?

MYTH #5:  Hiding “enhancers.” If you enjoy using a fun toy or  an arousal oil to enhance your sexual experience, don’t be embarrased to share that with  your partner.  He will love that you want to kick it up a  notch.

MYTH #6:  Making love is  sinful. If  you have an ill conceived notion that sex is sinful – then you are not going  to enjoy it.  Sex isn’t sinful, it’s as natural as eating and breathing.  Sex is a gift that is meant to be enjoyed. So go ahead, let go,  start laughing, playing, and having fun in bed or anywhere else you  choose.

MYTH #7:  Too tired for  sex. Making love is energizing  – so even if you are tired, give it a try.  Experts say the more you  have sex the more you will want to have sex. Don’t send it to the bottom of your priority list.  Not having sex is bad for your health and your relationship.

Sex is all about having fun, so don’t get all tangled up with what you think is right or wrong – just go for the gusto and enjoy!!!

Linda Franklin

The Real Cougar Woman

To learn more about Linda and her tips for smart, sexy and independent women over 40, visit her website www.therealcougarwoman.com.

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Rosann Fisher is Internet Marketing Manager at Semprae Laboratories, Inc.

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Zestra in the Golden Globes Awards Gift Bag

Posted 11:18 am, January 18th, 2011

by Rosann

Zestra_GoldenGlobesGiftAfter the Golden Globes, attendees had the opportunity to have a very happy ending since Zestra was included in the gift bags!

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Zestra Founders with Jane Hansen on NBC

Posted 4:51 pm, January 7th, 2011

by Karen

Rachel and Mary with Jane Hansen

Semprae founders Mary Wallace Jaensch and Rachel Braun Scherl were on NBC with Jane Hansen on  January 10, 2011.

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How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex

Posted 10:18 am, December 14th, 2010

by Rosann

Mommy, where did I come from? As a parent, it’s important to talk to your kids about their sexuality, but finding the right approach can be difficult. Dr. Judy Goldstein, a leading Manhattan pediatrician who was selected twice as one of the “Best Doctors in America,” shares tips for how to talk to your children about sex. Along with our sexpert Rachel Braun Scherl, Dr. Goldstein explains at what age children start to discover their body and the best way to answer their questions about sexuality.

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Rosann Fisher is Internet Marketing Manager at Semprae Laboratories, Inc.

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