Other recent editors include Mildred Istona and Rona Maynard. The magazine celebrated its 85th anniversary in May 2013. It was created by the Maclean Hunter Publishing Company as a means to reach a different demographic than its other publications, Maclean's and the Financial Post.
This is encouraging news, because regular sex with your partner is vital to any healthy happy relationship, says Sue Mc Garvie, a sex therapist, syndicated radio host and author of Quivering Jello: How to Have Mind-Blowing, Toe Curling Orgasms (Romance Communications).
But some of us may only be getting lucky twice a month or even twice a year.
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From 1957 to 1977, Chatelaine's editor was Doris Anderson, under whose tenure the magazine was a leader in Canadian coverage of women's issues, including the rise of feminism as a social phenomenon.
Each revealed to Chatelaine her honest and candid opinions (we’d expect nothing less), though, overall, the women we polled held firm to a fairly conservative notion of sexuality.
Only half, for instance, feel they should initiate sex with their partners at least some of the time.In the end, our survey pointed to a few clear differences along cultural lines â we wouldn’t be Canada if it didn’t.French-Canadian women show a greater acceptance of themselves sexually and more openness to the gamut of sexual practices.Don’t panic: “There is no ‘normal’ level of sexual desire. Vicki Holmes, medical director of the Women’s Mid-Life Health Centre in Saskatoon.That said, it can’t hurt to take this quiz and find out how to re-ignite your home fires – and keep them blazing. You and your partner seem to have everything going for you.According to a study by Beverly Whipple, professor emeritus at Rutgers University and a famed sexologist and author, when women have an orgasm, pain tolerance threshold and pain detection threshold increases significantly, by up to 74.6 percent and 106.7 percent respectively. It’s a stress reliever: The endorphins released during sexual intercourse and orgasms are natural mood-boosters and stress relievers.