This site has gotten quite large, so I am experimenting and trying to find the easiest ways for you to get around and see what you want to see.
Think of the site as being several layers deep. Most pages have sub-pages and a lot of the sub-pages have sub-pages of their own. It soon became apparent that a Next button wasn't the way to go, so have been thinking of ways to make it easier to find your way around.
Right now I am using three ways to navigate: The Site Menu button, Pull Down Menu and the Next button. The Site Menu is recommended.
The Next buttons also match the graphics and will take you to the first page of a main section. Next buttons don't take you to each page throughout the site anymore -- only to the start of a section.
For instance, if you click on the Next button on Delli's first page, it will take you to Leslie Anne's first page. If you want to see more about Delli, use her pull-down menu.
As for the "Back" button, it may or may not take you back to the page that you were on because I may have the page you're on linked to on several other pages.
I hope I'm not confusing you, but with a site this large, it's hard to guide a visitor all the way through without making a mistake somewhere along the line. If you use the Site Menu, you can avoid my mistakes. :) If you have any feedback, please email me. Thank you for visiting!