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Make your man happy in bed, even if you shy

Contrary to common belief, making a man happy especially in bed isn’t as complicated as it is made to seem. Whether you have a boyfriend or a husband, it is It is the only thing that will hold you together for as long as possible.

There are different ways in which you can carry yourself when it comes to sex that will always drive your man crazy, but before that, please, satisfy your man and make him happy in bed sexually, even if you shy! According to a lifestyle blog Panda Gossips, nothing makes your boyfriend happier than being told that you love him back. Make it a habit and you will make a happy lover. And as someone smart once said, a happy husband, a happy, satisfied wife. I know it’s supposed to be the other way round but you get the point, right?

Panda Gossips indicated that taking your man hostage in bed will make him happy. Tie him up on the bed and tease him a little bit before making love to him. Doing so, it says, will not only drive him crazy but will leave him wanting more of you, which will always be to your advantage because you will sure as hell enjoy the lovemaking session. Make sure that you are always surprising him by not making it a norm. Turn your man on in the shower, the blog advised. Nothing turns a man more than seeing the woman he loves naked with foam dripping down her goddess figure.

That being said, always invite your boyfriend to take showers with you and that will give him more than one reason to be happy. Just make sure that the temperatures are lowered because how you women survive bathing in boiling water still remains a mystery to men. While women are serial fantasists, men happen to be visual creatures. That means that they get aroused by what they see. That said if you want to make your man happy, get to suck his fingers slowly and seductively while staring him in the eyes. Doing this will not only make him happy but will also be a stepping stone for a very hot sexual encounter.

Further, the blog designated that it’s critical you dirty talk your man to get him hard. I am sure you have heard the street dictum ‘’I want a lady in the streets but a freak in bed’’, right? Well, it so happens that Ludacris was speaking on behalf of all men in the world. Dirty talking is one of the salient tips that can be effectively used to turn your boyfriend sexually and make him a beast in bed. The good thing is that you can learn how to do it. Just don’t proceed to insult your man and always know where to draw the line, which is nothing that good practice cannot fix.

Though your boyfriend will not come clean about it, all men love it when women moan during sex, the blog said. That shows that he is doing such a fine job pleasuring you and that will make him even go harder while on top of you. Just make sure that you aren’t exaggerating it unless you want to turn your boyfriend off. Make your relationship exciting by making your man wait. If you want to make your man crave for you, don’t give him the obvious because he will grow tired of you. Thankfully, there are many ways in which you can use to make him crave you over and over again. For instance, when you are making love to your man, make sure that you are going to his private parts and that should happen only after he had begged for it.

Panda Gossips also shared that choosing the right background music for sex does the magic. Contrary to popular belief, men also like it when women make an effort to set the mood. Try playing some soothing music in the background while you crawl on your fours towards your man and see your boyfriend falling in love with you a second time. If you aren’t sure about what music your boyfriend likes, just ask. Don’t go wasting money on hiring a private investigator to investigate your man. Strip-tease your man and make him happy. Did your man stop going to the strip club because he met and fell in love with you? Good. But that does not mean that he has to miss out all the fun he used to have when he was single.

Make your man happy by strip teasing him from time to time. Don’t go welding a silicon stripper pole in the midst of your living room unless you want the visitors to never visit again. Just a little strip tease here and there will without a doubt make your man happy. Get rid of everything distracting your man. The blog shared that if you want to make your man happy and sexually turned on before hopping to bed, well one of the many tips you can use is by getting rid of all the distractions. You need to make yourself his only distraction. So how do you go about it? It’s simple. When it’s time to make love, switch off the TV, slide into something amazingly hot and switch of the phone because phones have a special gift of running moments when they ring.

Drink coffee with your man before sex. It was clearly explained that apart from caffeine boosting your man’s concentration while making love to you, coffee will also make you hornier. If you haven’t tried it, make sure that you try it out then send me a thankful note. And twenty thousand pula. Don’t ask me what it is for. Further, it was said that ensure that the lights are on when you make love to him. Men are visual creatures and would love to see that hot, naked body going that extra mile to make him feel amazing. If you keep on doing this, you can always be assured that it will make him fall in love with you even more. And Oh, if you want to make him hooked to you and become a very satisfied man, then you need to know his sensitive spots.

But even though you know them, always make sure that you are going there last. It will always make him crave you more if you save the best for last. You should always take this as well as other tips with a pinch of salt and make your sex life even better.

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Butterfly Rainbow Awards celebrate talent

21st September 2022

For the very first time in history in Botswana, members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ+) community will be celebrated and appreciated for their active activism in promoting the movement.

This will be done through a new platform dubbed Butterfly Awards, schedule to take place in Gaborone on December 2nd 2022. Over the years, the gay movement evolved into a political and cultural force that’s fought for equality for all people through family-centered picnics, marches and prides.

Butterfly Rainbow Awards are said to be representing a new dawn, the beauty after the storm that was the decriminalization of same sex in Botswana.

In November 2021, members of the LGBTQ+ and allies left the Courtyard gratified at the decision by the Court of Appeal to uphold a ruling that decriminalized same sex relationships. The government had appealed a 2019 ruling that criminalizing homosexuality was unconstitutional.

The bench of five judges unanimously ruled that criminalizing same sex-relationships was a violation of the constitutional rights of LGBTQ+ individuals to dignity, liberty, privacy and equality.

When addressing members of the media this week in Gaborone, Butterfly Rainbow Awards Director Karabo Mokgware said the purpose of the awards is to liberate, honor and celebrate people of the diverse community that have made not just decriminalization a reality but continue to promote and defend the LGBTQ+ community.

“We anticipate that the awards will acknowledge the achievements of our brilliant members of the LGBTQ+ community who have made both the movement, the society and the country proud. The awards will also recognize the talents who have made an immense contribution to our movement and the society in general.”

Mokgware stressed that these members of the rainbow exhibit such qualities that will not only helm them in achieving their goals, but also bring glory of success to their movement. “We have gathered here not just to share our triumph and aim towards liberating our communities, but also to give due regard to our values and morals which have exemplified our discipline, compassion and zeal for freedom”

When emphasizing on the role awards play on members of the LGBTQ+, Mokgware indicated that they encourage good behavior and inculcate the spirit of inclusion and encouragement.

“This is why Butterfly Rainbow Awards saw it fit to partner with Lesbians, Gays and Bisexuals of Botswana (LEGABIBO) as our mother organization that has not only impacted many of our communities, but has also encouraged many of our individuals to be themselves.”

The Butterfly Rainbow Awards will be divided into eleven categories, which include five honorary awards to members of the LGBTQ+ who are seasoned LGBTQ+ community members for their influence, impact, achievements and continued advocacy for the LGBTQ community in Botswana. Some of these recipients will be identified from sport, arts, business, media and community development.

“The awards are not about celebrating those who have done exceptionally well in their right, but also to honor those who excelled in strengthening the movement. We strive to recognize that extra effort of our communities and motivate them to shine in their respective fields,” Mokgware said.

Other categories lined up are: social media personality, community champion, hunk of the year, sport person of the year and social butterfly of the year. Mokgware told WeekendLife that the nominees will have to apply and submit a traceable record of their work, and finalists will be selected by the public, a panel of judges and those engaged to make final adjudication.

When keeping the media updated about selection criteria, he said they are going to be taking applications with outstanding work that has been done since 2019 to date. This is mainly because the two years of COVID-19, there was actually no chance to celebrate the work done by the LGBTQ+ members and allies due to restrictions put in place to curb the contagious contagion.

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BACK WITH A BANG: GIMC returns

12th September 2022

After taking a two-year hiatus due to the highly contagious COVID-19 contagion and health restrictions put in place, the Gaborone International Music and Culture Week (GIMC) is finally back.

Regarded as the ultimate trend-setter and launcher of careers, GIMC is an annual showcase of music, dance, poetry, comedy and interactive highlights enjoyed through performances and showcases. Taking place in Gaborone in one week, everyone in the world of music from fans to media flock here to discover the next big thing.

Organized by independently focused entertainment guru, Fish Pabalinga of Leapfrog, this series of events is a music genre melting pot of choral, jazz, punk and any other genre and sub-genre you want to celebrate. With a record fair food, art and beverages from local vendors, this truly is the biggest entertainment platform in Botswana.

Pabalinga told South African radio station, Power FM that GIMC was founded in 2014 as a platform to showcase talent that exist in Africa, and exporting it to the world. He said music enthusiasts from neighboring countries do attend the GIMC, indicating that there are also some from as far as Uganda and Nigeria.

Fashion lovers are also catered for, as the GIMC Champagne Picnic was designed exactly for style and popping champagne. This time around the Picnic welcomed spring in style, serenaded by DJ Reina, Lian, Soulman BW, Hapex Guru, Eugene Jackson, JAM N.I, N.S.I, Rudo Grey and DJ Teaz. The theme of the Champagne Picnic was “Clicquot in the sun.”

The Fitness and Aerobics part of the GIMC was held at the Gaborone International Convention Centre (GICC). The warm ups were done by Mpho, followed by a challenge coordinated by Anne. Giddie took over the Zumba exercise, while Chyna did the Kata Bo. Still at the fitness event, DJ Teaz took health fanatics to Cloud9 with some Afro Tech beats. This is an event supported by Bomaid.

Also held at the GICC was the GIMC Jazz. The young songstress Dato Seiko did not fail. She cemented it on our faces that she was born for this, following in the steps of her older brother, Mapetla of ‘Skhokho’ fame. Equally talented musician, Fifi Afrika also blew jazz lovers away with a live performance. Transition hit maker, Samantha Mogwe, proved to be a force to reckon with. What stood out about her was the gown which was designed by Kefseddy Design.

A series of events followed, including choral, comedy and theatre. But as it has been made a norm the highlight of the GIMC is the Festival. This is the very last item on the GIMC agenda that sees night crawlers up on their feet all night, dancing the night blues away.

Whatever your genre- Hip-hop, Amapiano, Kwasa-kwasa, Afro-pop or anything, GIMC festival always has something tailor-made for everyone. Hosted by the bubbly Poloko Mosarwa, or Phlyhoney if you’re fancy, the festival has cemented itself as the festival of choice for those looking to experience new trends.

Upon arrival at the venue, the national stadium, many of this event’s devotees were making their way into the stadium. Security Systems guards were busy at work, ensuring that tickets are valid. Not only that, the entire night everyone was safe under their watch. I must say these gents and ladies deserve some bells.

Anyway, I arrived at the time FME DJ’s were on stage, turning it up and everybody seemed contented. Ancestral Rituals followed after Shilly Mingz. These are the young gents who have brought a new style in the music scenes with drums and beats. Clearly, Ancestral Rituals are headed to the top as they are the most booked group in Botswana right now. And of course, they are giving Team Distant a run for their money.

“If she trippin, leave the b**** alone/Thats why you never catch a nigga sober/Hot boxing till this beef is over/I’m never scared got no pistol on me/Krapa, fasa baba lets/Start rolling up the jets/Krapa, fasa baba lets/Start rolling up the jets.”

If you are a number one fan of hip-hop, you will know that these are the lyrics of the famous rapper, Emtee. They are taken from his all-time hit, Roll Up. And indeed, Emtee rolled up the GIMC festival. He returned to Botswana after a long time. And in the same breath, Mafikizolo, Team Distant and DJ Ngwazi effortlessly delivered.

Vee Mampeezy, Charma Gal and Franco also returned to the GIMC festival and did their little magic the same way their followers expected. Even though people waited for a long time for her to turn it up, self-proclaimed Queen of Africa Makhadzi of Nisarengi fame, wrapped up the festival with her electrifying performance. Makhadzi was supposed to perform at 2AM but was held up at the border.

With that being the case still, Makhadzi made way to the stage around 7AM, wrapping up GIMC in style. Her loyal followers waited to witness the magic she displayed at the Miss South Africa finale not so long ago. With all said and done, it is safe to say GIMC is back.

 

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Leteise on Fleek powers Independence feel

9th September 2022

German print, electrifying dance and a toast to yet another Independence Day will be the order of the diurnal at this year’s cultural-urbanized event, the second edition of Leteisi on Fleek. The event organized by Colorful Entertainment promises a superior night of bliss, having incorporated more relevant international musicians to bring in a more diverse cultural exchange.

Responding to Weekendlife inquiry about the event, Director of Colourful Entertainment, David Letshwiti said Leteisi on Fleek is a life-styled event usually held during Independence holidays and brings together some of the most talented local and international musical artists to an audience, mesmerized in Leteisi or German print couture as a defining theme of the day resembling a wholesome experience for patrons.

Letshwiti said the event is anchored around two components of the arts-cultural fashion and contemporary Afro-Pop music, but not excluding other genres. “Although the initial concept had more of a music festival celebratory feel, Leteisi on Fleek has evolved through to fashion itself around offering a fiesta of a cultural celebration” he said.

Letshwiti indicated that they have featured a very strong local head liners and by far this year’s lineup and entertainment is the best they have ever put together, “we have also taken into consideration taking the event to a different venue for a better experience”.

“I will say it has grown and still growing prominently looking at how far we are in terms of sales and how people have welcomed the initiative. Batswana have been fully supportive and we have since seen some foreigners as far as Lesotho and South Africa taking interest in coming to this event.”

When revealing more details about the event, Letshwiti stressed that they have incorporated three sections to the event being general, golden & VIP.

“Each of these areas will be coupled with activities that will leave our revealers in owe and wanting more. We will have more photographers and videographers to document the event and most vitally will be have 360 video booths.

On the lineup is: Amantle Brown, Dato Seiko, Double Up, Ancestral Ritual, Dikakapa, Maxx Wa Bana, Frostbite, German Dollar, Lexx, 4DD, DJ Quest, DJ Cody & Pexx De DJ. Internationally, Leteisi on Fleek has invited Mafikizolo, Azana, Ntando and Jaziel Brothers.

He stated that due to the growth of the event, it was imperative to take it to a venue with the right holding and parking capacity. “Event space in Gaborone is very saturated and expensive since there are a lot of competing venues, Leteisi on Fleek is one of the biggest shows and it cannot be run and coordinated from one’s pocket” he stated.

However, running an event without sponsors can be pain in the back. Letshwiti attests to this matter, saying “that is our most significant challenge because not having sponsorship also deters us from working at the best of our ability. I urged corporates and government to appreciate the initiative as much as the community does, I think it can go a long way in growing it and not only it, the economy even.”

German print, electrifying dance and a toast to yet another Independence Day will be the order of the diurnal at this year’s cultural-urbanized event, the second edition of Leteisi on Fleek. The event organized by Colorful Entertainment promises a superior night of bliss, having incorporated more relevant international musicians to bring in a more diverse cultural exchange.

Responding to Weekendlife inquiry about the event, Director of Colourful Entertainment, David Letshwiti said Leteisi on Fleek is a life-styled event usually held during Independence holidays and brings together some of the most talented local and international musical artists to an audience, mesmerized in Leteisi or German print couture as a defining theme of the day resembling a wholesome experience for patrons.

Letshwiti said the event is anchored around two components of the arts-cultural fashion and contemporary Afro-Pop music, but not excluding other genres. “Although the initial concept had more of a music festival celebratory feel, Leteisi on Fleek has evolved through to fashion itself around offering a fiesta of a cultural celebration” he said.

Letshwiti indicated that they have featured a very strong local head liners and by far this year’s lineup and entertainment is the best they have ever put together, “we have also taken into consideration taking the event to a different venue for a better experience”.

“I will say it has grown and still growing prominently looking at how far we are in terms of sales and how people have welcomed the initiative. Batswana have been fully supportive and we have since seen some foreigners as far as Lesotho and South Africa taking interest in coming to this event.”

When revealing more details about the event, Letshwiti stressed that they have incorporated three sections to the event being general, golden & VIP.

“Each of these areas will be coupled with activities that will leave our revealers in owe and wanting more. We will have more photographers and videographers to document the event and most vitally will be have 360 video booths.

On the lineup is: Amantle Brown, Dato Seiko, Double Up, Ancestral Ritual, Dikakapa, Maxx Wa Bana, Frostbite, German Dollar, Lexx, 4DD, DJ Quest, DJ Cody & Pexx De DJ. Internationally, Leteisi on Fleek has invited Mafikizolo, Azana, Ntando and Jaziel Brothers.

He stated that due to the growth of the event, it was imperative to take it to a venue with the right holding and parking capacity. “Event space in Gaborone is very saturated and expensive since there are a lot of competing venues, Leteisi on Fleek is one of the biggest shows and it cannot be run and coordinated from one’s pocket” he stated.

However, running an event without sponsors can be pain in the back. Letshwiti attests to this matter, saying “that is our most significant challenge because not having sponsorship also deters us from working at the best of our ability. I urged corporates and government to appreciate the initiative as much as the community does, I think it can go a long way in growing it and not only it, the economy even.”

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