Skip to content. NEW YORK — The 50th anniversary of the birth control pill — the ultimate remedy which revolutionized the dating and mating game forever — presents a good excuse to contemplate some of the less studied, but all the more intriguing remedies people use to improve their sex lives, from Africa to China, India, Japan, Papua New Guinea and beyond.
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A few described below are illegal. But then again, so is the birth control pill in many countries. This list is intended for mature audiences only and you may not want to try some of these at home. At a recent healing ceremony of the Zulu tribe in South Africa, all 70 guests washed their feet in the same bucket of water before entering a traditional indlu, a circular building with a thatched rooftop.
In this area of South Sex, 40 percent of the population is estimated to be HIV positive, which makes just thinking about any possible cuts and scrapes on one's feet a high-adrenaline, divine-intervention-deserving experience.
But that's not the worst of it. The traditional healer, sangoma, instructs people to drink this water to cleanse themselves of their worries and their evil spirits.
People line up to refill empty bottles they brought from their homes so they'll have enough of the magic foot water with later use. Footwater ceremony.
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But the most common troubles in the green hills of Kwazulu Natal — where men dress in leopard fur hot colombian blowjob and virgins eel around them topless — have to do with sex. As mutually exclusive as they might seem, women are most troubled sex their husband's mistresses, eel men battle erection issues.
But there is hardly a problem a bit of footwater can't solve. Hold the water bottle with high.