(Justin Deschamps) There are differences between men and women. I know that is obvious to most people, but there is an agenda to hide this truth, which will result in more human suffering.
(Justin Deschamps) Sex is arguably one of the most ancient and important activities human beings engage in. And yet, there is almost no serious research done about it. In particular, we know very little about the orgasm and what all the various effects are on human consciousness, at least in the mainstream. The following study explores a new perspective on the female orgasm, which at one time was considered completely vestigial.
(Zoey Sky) Women in their 40s may start to experience the symptoms of perimenopause. During this period, a woman’s hormones may shift before she experiences actual menopause.
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(Exploring Your Mind) According to current feminine stereotypes, when a woman expresses rage, she’s hysterical, crazy, unhinged, and nasty. On the contrary, archetypes represent different roles that are dreamlike and universal. In this article, we’re going to discuss feminine archetypes.
(Dr. Edward F. Group) If you have trouble feeling “in the mood,” you’re not the only one. Low sex drive in women is one of the most commonly reported sexual problems. Whether it’s caused by pregnancy, menopause, stress, or fatigue, loss of libido in women can happen at any time of life.
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(Ellaine Castillo) The relationship between mental health and diet has long been established; but something that has intrigued researchers for years is whether this is associated with the higher incidence of mental distress in women than in men. A recent study by researchers from Binghamton University, which was published in the journal Nutritional Neuroscience, revealed that diet does play a bigger role in maintaining mental well-being in women.
(Gerald Sinclair) For years and years, we have assumed that the uterus only had few ‘uses’ it seems that it could be doing more than you’d think. A recent study has suggested that your uterus could potentially be influencing your cognition on some level.
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Our first featured builder is the first woman to build a QEG (that we know of) and reach tuning status. She is in the Philippines and works alone (as far as we know).
Our second featured builder is a machinist in Switzerland who has rebuilt some parts to make them more precise: end plates; spacer blocks; using shims to center rotor perfectly.