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Foot Fetish Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Foot Fetish.  This in-depth course will teach you everything you need to know about foot fetishes, otherwise known as shrimping or Foot Worship.

What is a Fetish?

A Fetish is an object or bodily part whose real or fantasized presence is psychologically necessary for sexual gratification and that is an object of fixation to the extent that it may interfere with complete sexual expression.

Degrees of Fetish:

Optional—The fetish is part of a person’s sexual repertoire.

Preferred—Being in active fetishism is better for the individual than not.

Exclusive—In order for the individual to become aroused the object of desire must be incorporated through fantasy and or reality.

What is a Foot Fetish?

As the definition implies, a true foot fetish means inability to be aroused without the presence or fantasy of a foot.  Colloquially people call themselves foot fetishists when feet are objects...

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Polyamory Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Polyamory.  This in-depth course will teach you everything you need to know about non-monogamy and loving more than one person at a time in your romantic relationships.

What is Polyamory?

Polyamory is the practice of openly and ethically sharing multiple loves.  Unlike traditional forms of polygamy, polyamory is a rather recent cultural invention. People drawn to polyamory believe that natural human desires for more than one partner are best addressed by creating alternative, often utopian, forms of family.

Polyamory Is:

  • Responsible, ethical, honest non-monogamy
  • A deep, emotional, sometimes physical relationship with more than one partner simultaneously
  • Having multiple concurrent loving relationships with the fully informed consent of all parties
  • Loving more than one person at the same time, with or without sexual engagement

Polyamory Is Not:

  • Cheating: blatant withholding of sexual emotional...
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Gay Lovers Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Gay Lovers. This in-depth course will teach you everything you need to know about coming out, finding a partner, dating and relationships, as well as how to have great sex for gay men.

What does it Mean to be Gay?

These days being Gay refers colloquially to homosexuality.  To be gay means to identify with people who are romantically and or sexually attracted to the same sex.  For this article and video course, we are referring to gay men.  Our course on gay women is here.

An increasingly large amount of research has been done to determine the biological role in orientation and more specifically, homosexuality.

Our genes, hormones, environment, experiences and programming by our peers, all influence our sexual orientation.

Fellatio: Tips on Oral Pleasure for Men

  1. Use the tip of your tongue and slide it side to side across his urethral opening
  2. Lick, kiss, and suck the frenulum for extra...
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Couple’s Enrichment Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Couple’s Enrichment and how to create intimacy in a relationship.  This in-depth course will teach you the fine art of love, communication, seduction, tantra and everything you need to know to reignite your relationship and renew that sizzle and spark.

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Couple’s Enrichment and how to create intimacy in a relationship.  This in-depth course will teach you the fine art of love, communication, seduction, tantra and everything you need to know to reignite your relationship and renew that sizzle and spark.

What Does Couple’s Enrichment Mean?

It has all the ingredients of true love: friendship, respect, trust, communication and passion.

Communication: Showing Gratitude through Compliments

Giving compliments is one of the easiest ways you can show love and gratitude to your lover.  And, it makes them feel good by...

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Sexual Intimacy Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Sexual Intimacy.  This in-depth course will teach you everything you need to know to find everlasting love, and how to nurture a strong romantic love relationship.

“Among men, sex sometimes results in intimacy; among women, intimacy sometimes results in sex.”― Dame Barbara Cartland

What is Intimacy?

Intimacy comes from the Latin: intimus, meaning “innermost”, and intimare, meaning “to make familiar”.  Thus, intimacy is a close familiarity or friendship, that is closely personal and private, and may include sexual intimacy or intercourse.

Intimacy Is:

  • Shared moments
  • Closeness
  • Safety
  • Trust
  • Transparency
  • Empathy
  • Vulnerability

Intimacy Rules of Engagement

  • Get close but not too close too quickly.
  • Sustain a connection but find boundaries.
  • Try to be a lover but don’t lose your friendship.
  • Open up about yourself but don’t overwhelm.
  • Don’t reject...
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Love Relationships Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Romantic Love Relationships.  This in-depth course will teach you everything you need to know to find everlasting love, and how to nurture a strong romantic love relationship.

Many people give up looking for love, just when they are about to find it.

Triangular Theory of Love

John Allen Lee established six styles of love.  Then, Sternberg changed them up a bit and put them into a model of seven combinations. According to his model, in order to have a successfully romantic love relationship you need three equal elements:

  • Passion: attraction, desire and lust.
  • Commitment: deciding to love and maintaining the relationship in the long term.
  • Intimacy: feelings of closeness, bonding, and connectedness.

Dr. Ava Cadell’s 12 C’s of Love

A Comprehensive Code for being a Cool, Confident & Charismatic Couple!

Follow Dr. Ava’s recipe to find everlasting love.

Communication: This is the...

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How to Please a Man Sexually in Bed Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on How to Please a Man.  This in-depth course will teach you everything you need to know about turning him on and getting him off, plus how to keep him coming back for more.

Pleasing a man can be a very rewarding experience.  You have the power to become the ideal partner and lover that every man wants!

What do Men Want for a Sexual Partner

In general men want a caretaker, lover, and friend.  Here are also some qualities that some men find attractive:

  • Open Communication
  • Someone who takes initiative
  • Someone adventurous
  • Affection
  • Someone thoughtful
  • Open-mindedness
  • Self-confidence
  • Appreciation
  • Physical Attraction
  • Comfort
  • Love

Male Generalizations to Keep in Mind:

  • Men tend to focus on achievement and accomplishment.
  • Men have 20 times more testosterone (male sex hormone) than women. Testosterone is linked to assertive and dominant behavior.
  • Men’s fantasies include images of sexual body parts and...
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Sexual Foreplay Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Sexual Foreplay.  This in-depth course will teach you everything you need to know about foreplay, including all the sexy ways you can use to turn your lover on.

What is Foreplay?

According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, foreplay is “erotic stimulation preceding sexual intercourse.”

However, we believe that foreplay is much more than that!

Foreplay can sometimes be confusing and controversial.  It is confusing because no one sat us down in life and explained what it is: What constitutes foreplay?  It is controversial because there are conflicting schools of thought:

1) Foreplay is sexual play pre-coitus,

2) Foreplay is not a separate stage, it is sex. Meaning the two are inseparable.

Foreplay includes adult playtime without intercourse so you could say it’s outercourse or the appetizer before the main meal.

Foreplay Is:

  • Exploration
  • Non-coital play
  • Playing
  • Anticipation
  • Sexual...
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Aphrodisiacs for Better Sex Video Course

Aphrodisiacs Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Aphrodisiacs.  This in-depth course will teach you everything you need to know about aphrodisiacs, including the top 10 aphrodisiacs for better sex, and deadly aphrodisiacs to avoid.

What Are Aphrodisiacs?

The common definition of aphrodisiacs are those substances imbibed or ingested for the purpose of increasing libidinal pleasure.  They are named from the Goddess Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of Love!

“Some [aphrodisiac] foods lower inhibitions, some get the blood flowing directly to the genitalia, and some foods release happy hormones.”—Dr. Ava Cadell

The Top 10 Aphrodisiacs for Better Sex

  1. Chocolate: Part of the chocolate make-up hits the same brain pleasure center as orgasming. When a person eats chocolate the part of the brain that feels sex is triggered. There is scientific evidence that chocolate releases the same pleasure hormones in your body that...
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How to Flirt Video Course

How to Flirt Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on How to Flirt or Flirting.  This in-depth course will teach you all about how to flirt successfully with someone you may be interested in, whether you’re looking for a long-term relationship or just having fun!

What is Flirting?

Flirting is expressed through human interaction in many ways, particularly conversation and body language.  It is a way of getting to know someone or let them know that you’re attracted to them.  The main objective of successful flirting is to make someone else feel good.

How to Flirt Using Body Language

Using body language is one of the easiest ways to tell someone you are interested in them.  Here’s how…

Eye contact: one of the most powerful means of communication after words

Facial Expressions: by looking at someone’s face, we can read their emotion

Posture: reveals a lot about how a person...

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