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Neck-nibbling can be very arousing for both partners

Neck-nibbling can be very arousing for both partners

Neck-nibbling can be very arousing for both partners

Sort your sexual problems with honest and practical tips from Dr Angela Brokmann

Dear Angela:

I (22) LOVE sex but I never get enough of it so I’m looking into becoming a porn actor.

I’d be surrounded by gorgeous women and could have sex all day. That sounds good, doesn’t it?

Answer: Sex all day long might sound tempting.

But shooting porn is a tough job.

There’s huge pressure to perform and you can’t choose who you work with. If you look into it, do have a realistic job description in mind.

Email your problems to:

Dr Angela Brokmann dr.angela@sundayworld.com

Maura O’Neill maura.oneill@sundayworld.com

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