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Go get 'em :)
The Tantric approach is certainly a valid path! Personally I've done a lot of similar work with negative emotions to transform them into their opposites, and think this is an important practice.
This particular article encourages people to have sex for the health benefits. It's like encouraging people to eat because eating helps you become a better athlete, or encouraging people to run away when being chased by a man with a gun because running is good for cardio.
Do we really need encouragement to do things that we are biologically programmed to do? That seems redundant.
For whom are articles like this written?
I agree with Mr. Toor that there are far too many restrictions and we need an overhaul of the cooperative and occupancy ordinances to allow for more co-op living arrangements in Boulder. The occupancy ordinance in particular strikes me as primarily hurting the poor people of color who live and work in Boulder, as well as low-income college students who find Boulder's high living expenses difficult to bear. There must be a better way!
Note that turmeric down-regulates inflammation. Things that reduce inflammation *suppress* the immune response in the body, not amplify it. Which means turmeric is not something you should take when you are sick, but possibly something you should take if you have inflammation problems.