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  1. If it is actually ED, then it's not you. ED can do a big number on a guy's head. I can't even begin to conceive of how it must feel to have something like that happen. There is somewhat of an analogy to menopause but only somewhat. It's two-fold in that he may need testosterone therapy. But he has to be willing to examine that aspect for his own well-being. And then there's what you can do. Cops and sexual blends can potentially help with the motivation but the psychological aspect has to come from support and honest communication. But that's if he's willing to talk about it. In my own experience with this kind of thing it has to be honest talk. Like, "Look I know it must be so weird and frustrating but I love you, I'm here for you, let's find a way to keep our physical intimacy continuing because I will always desire the person that you are." And that may be a whole other dimension. I think what he needs to understand, which may dismantle some of the reticence, is that you love him and while sex is important and wonderful, it's emotional intimacy which you desire most of all. Finally, maybe create encounters which aren't about intercourse, but just enjoying each other in all other aspects. That may lessen the pressure/anxiety to perform when it becomes not about performance but rather just the pleasure of being together.
  2. To be fair, she already has! That's why I begged her to make a perfume version (which is what Butterscream Lemon is).
  3. Thanks to @hedgehog for pointing out to me that we didn't have a NoCo review thread! So here's your handy-dandy thread for reviewing any and all scents in the NoCo collection, including those LE variants (like Buttercream Peach) or those which have been discontinued (such as Green and Orchid Rose).
  4. Our cover girl seems vaguely distressed to learn that there's NO Copulins in these blends (thus the name NoCo), but popular demand has swayed us to offer our popular OCCO, BAM!, and Magnet scents without pheros, so that the user may wear them alone or with other pheros of their choice. So here ya go.... Scent Choices: * NoCo: White is a yummy blend of thick vanillas. * NoCo: Pink is a flirty, girly blend of pinky cotton candy sugars with a drop of lemon and a tinge of amber for depth. * NoCo: Red is a yummy sexy spicy blend of vanilla, brown sugar, cinnamon, amber and a drop of apricot for brightness. * NoCo: Blue is a cute tomboy kind of scent, crafted of oak moss, powdered sugar and sweet pipe tobacco. * NoCo: Sugared Vanilla & Honey * NoCo: Spicy Brown Sugar
  5. This is actually kind of sheer on me? Not in a bad way, rather it not being too weighty. It's spicy and kind of creamy, definitely that classic fall pumpkin kind of vibe. The creamy part of it is in the beginning (and in the vial) but it doesn't last that long on me (because The Spice Must Flow) but like I've said of others recently - this is, like, the pumpkin that you should have if you're a pumpkin lover.
  6. I don't really get Sand Box from it as much as Soul Food but it's another one of your enchanting concoctions, twin!
  7. LOL, well hopefully you'll get something like that too!
  8. Yep this is a total sugar bomb! It is very pumpkin-maple-y but I get the cotton candy thing happening in the background; it kind of makes me think of being at a Fall Fair where there's a pumpkin funnel cake stand next to a cotton candy cart, or something. i actually think you could layer this with a resin, maybe, or a creamy scent, to get that sugar rush but then with an added element.
  9. So again, I'm just going to review this on its' own impression rather than comparing it to the original. I think this is pretty popular with the guys overall, so I'm sure they're happy it's back. I really like the sandalwood in this one because it's specifically woody. Sometimes with sandalwood it lends a smoothness or even a creaminess which binds and grounds everything and it's wonderful, but I often enjoy a particularly woody type of sandalwood, and I assume that the oak is maybe amping the overall impression in this case. It blends really well with the clove but also provides an interesting contrast. Behind those two things is the smoke and it's a great accent, like it's threaded through the other notes to bolster them. This is the scent which actually has sort of a dusty impression to me. But that whole smoky-woody-resinous-kinda spicy thing is totally made for a guy to lure the ladies and I'm here for it, lol.
  10. Technically yes, because VK is a kind of mocha scent itself. As a long-time fan of this one (and really anything like it) I decided to compare it to my bottle of the original. This does have somewhat of a different dimension to it in that it's not as powdery as the original, but has a gorgeous depth. My impression is that the new version is really blended, whereas the original (and presumably other rebrews) is layered. The new version balances those aspects of bitter and sweet perfectly, earthiness and sweetness and richness. I get the orange topnote in the vial, but on my skin it recedes to just a suggestion of that brightness. I don't really get too much creaminess, though, which is okay but I want that buttercream too!
  11. Mara has done a few fizzy scents over the years; Peach Sparkle is one of them.
  12. luna65

    Midnight Rider

    I totally get that! It's the mulberry which makes me think of that one. It starts off on me very berry-like and sweet against a velvety backdrop. It then blooms so beautifully, getting deeper and somewhat majmua-like, in my estimation. I get a suggestion of smoke but it doesn't go full-on woodsmoke on me. If you're a fan of NOX, for example, then you will want to try this one!
  13. I like the pine/spruce/eucalyptus mingling with the teas thing happening - it's not necessarily what I like to wear, but as a scent it's really refreshing, I find. It has a nice clean feel to it, just a tad soapy. The tea blending really helps with that, to lighten it up but still keep it outdoorsy-crisp. The green musk helps to pull everything together and makes it very wearable in a linear sort of fashion. I think guys will be totally into this, but anybody who likes that kind of aura should enjoy this.
  14. I decided that I would just re-experience this rather than compare it to the original. Even so, I'm pretty sure it's identical (or at least as identical as I recall). I think what makes it so compelling is that contrast between the bright tart thread of apple and the background of all the deep resinous notes. It's so weighty but it's not heavy - does that make sense? Like it has a specific presence but does not call undue attention to itself. And I like that, even though it's not really my thing. But people literally demanded its' comeback, lol, so you know that means it's well-crafted. And a perfect Fall perfume, honestly.
  15. This is definitely a forest fragrance - it's reminding me of something else but I can't think of what. At first it has more of a green quality to it because of the fern, but it evolves to more of a woodsy-leafy smokiness which is really evocative. I would say this is more of a guy scent but for anyone who loves outdoors kind of scents this is really nice, it's deep but not overpowering.
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