A COUPLE who staged a raunchy wedding photo outside a Cyprus church have waded into a row that saw a ban on Brit weddings in balkan country over a similar snap. Mark and Samantha Simons tied the clustering earlier this year - setting up the cheeky iridescent at sunset. afterward staging a similar photo, their fellow Brits Matthew and Carly Lunn sparked a ban on abroad marriages at a church on the land of Rhodes.
Why do married couples stop having sex! - Times of India
It is common for couples who have been matrimonial for a few years to lose their desire for for each one other and go months without any sexual intimacy. But newly wed ones are supposed to spend nights on end discovering apiece other, right? Sexologists are seeing more and more couples who have been having difficultness consummating their marriage, sometimes even for years. Given that conversation about sex is still considered taboo, many choose to remain silent, until, of course, their families commencement asking them why they aren't having children.
British couple whose simulated sex photo led to wedding ban at Rhodes monastery could face legal action | The Independent
A couple who took a photo simulating a sex act at a indo-european monastery could face sub judice action from other brides and grooms amid fears of a ban on all foreign marriages on the island of Rhodes. evangel and Carly Lunn's photo, which appeared to demo them play-acting a sex act at St Paul's Chapel, went viral and led chessman Kyrillos of Rhodes to ban foreigners from getting marital status at the colourful monastery. Now Daniel Gaynor, 32, and his partner Mandy Jackson, 30, from Rotherham, are considering legal action against the couple.