Valentine’s day is coming up soon
It is one of those holidays which holds loads of hidden expectation for some, and can be a day of dread for many singles who don’t have a partner to share it with.
Some people tend to dismiss Valentine’s Day as a commercial fanfare.
According to some recent studies, women are not that into Valentine’s Day: their partner usually wants to have sex, whereas 43% of women have no interest in shaking up their bedroom routines, and 35% are more excited about the cuddling than the sex itself. 34% would rather spend the night watching TV than getting it on…..
Valentine’s Day can evoke pressure for women to please their partners at the expense of their own desires. 23% of women said they hated having to shave or wax for their significant other, and 11% wished they could skip out on the lingerie.
However, below is an article written by a female married journalist, with an opposing view:
“Gents, I will let you into a little secret. When a woman says she doesn’t care about Valentine’s Day and doesn’t want to celebrate it, don’ believe her. If she practically insists on you not buying her anything, not even the obligatory newsagent flowers on the way home from work, don’t listen to her – you will only upset her.
The fact that my boyfriend-turned-husband and I had been together for 12 years really means we should grow up and be thankful that we have each other… I had agreed with him before February 14 last year that I didnt want any presents.
And yet, there I was, standing in our kitchen, a blubbering wreck becaue he didn’t do the thing that he said he wouldn’t do.
Blokes, it’s just not fair is it? You can’t get it right, I know.”
We suggest you come to us here at Tantric Massage London in Kensington on Valentine’s day, so that you can be pampered with our special offer.
VALENTINE’S DAY SPECIAL OFFER
- A cup of our specially brewed, warming, Chai Latte
- Special discount on our 4-hand massage with
Jyoti and Chandra
£140 for one day only, on Tuesday February 14