You ask someone a question and they say, “I don’t know.” I think, “Bullsh*t.” I’ll explain my reasoning.
Bryon’s arms drop down and he lifts my legs over his shoulders. He looks up at me and smiles before ducking his head between my thighs. I lean back against the mirror, knowing I’m in good hands. I relish in the moment of him sucking my lips. I place my hands on his shoulders, breathing slowly and deeply, enjoying every sensation tingling through my entire body. Continue reading
I read the book, “Think Like A Man,” by Steve Harvey. He said in his book that a man – a real man – will profess, protect, and provide for his woman. Well, I often wonder where these men are.
I don’t go out much and it’s with shame I admit I’ve tried several online dating sites. None of them worked out well.
Usually when Byron comes over, I tell him I’m going to take a shower and he joins me. We suds each other up, rinse each other off, dry our bodies and head to the bedroom. I didn’t expect this time to be any different.
Being open to talk about sex and sexuality, I sometimes ask a person, “Do you have any fetishes?” More often than not the answer is the question, “What is fetishes?” No, that’s not a grammatical error, that’s how it’s asked – literally. Continue reading
Lesson Three: Be Adventurous & Spontaneous
You’ve read about starting off gently with a new partner and practiced being attentive. Hopefully, you’re with the same partner and will continue to move through these lessons, which will heighten intimacy (and orgasms) between you two.
The following links are from emails to me by Freedom with Writing
“FWB” is the common acronym for the term “Friends with Benefits.” What it means is that you’re friends with someone with a sexual benefit. FWB is different from a “Booty Call,” which is when individuals get together for trysts without any other commitment. Most people don’t realize the difference between FWBs and booty calls, which prompted me to write this article. Continue reading
Lesson Two: Be Attentive
Gloria had a male friend whom she LOVED having sex with. She said he was very attentive and she told him so one day. His response was, “What’s attentive?” Knowing Gloria, she laughed and then felt slightly annoyed that she had to conduct a vocabulary lesson. As she told me that quick little story, I began wondering how many others didn’t know what it meant.
This age of modern technology and busyness prompts us to take better care of our electronics than the people in our circle has decreased the intimacy we share with others. Many hold the misconception that intimacy is having sex because sexual acts are meant to be private, special, and bonding. Continue reading