Nubile Desires

Love’s Delusion

Something created by our culture
to cage the sexual beast in us.

It’s not real. A figment of imagination
A programme instilled as a fairy tale.
Love is another religion with a massive
following with the faith to believe it.

Marriage is essential to ensure conformity.
It’s based on the ideology of romantic love.
It ensures the sexual rebels knuckle under.

We’re participants in a daily soap opera.
West World creates behavioural conditions.

As a teenager I was never sure whether I was “in love” or “in lust.”
The first is supposed to be “a deep and tender feeling of affection
for or attachment or devotion to a person.” Lust is “a desire to
gratify the senses, a bodily appetite, a sexual desire.

I was seeking acceptance any way I could get it. If a male told me
he “loved me” I was ready to thank him any way I could,
and usually meant going to bed with him.

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A kiss could make my heart pound. I wanted the boy hold me, kiss me,
and make me feel wanted. I would do almost anything to generate his
“love” and never once thought about any gratification for me.

I made up dreams and fantasies about how he would ask me to “go steady”
and I would be the envy of all the other girls at school.
Each time I saw him I ached with desire.

But none of my dreams came true. I was merely a receptacle for
the male sperm. There was no love. I was stricken each time
I saw the boy with another girl. That is lust.

Now, as an adult, I find myself in much the same situation I was
in as a teenager: Single, still looking for love, and finding
myself in a dead-end lustful situation.

How does one, at any age, determine what is love
and what is lust? Isn’t it possible to have both
lustful feelings and be in love at the same time?


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If I can’t determine what the feelings I am having mean, how can
an adolescent make a decision as to whether he/she should jump
into a romantic situation and accept the consequences?

Where were the talks between father and son and/or mother
and daughter that discussed what sex was all about? I know
I was told not to get pregnant and I assume the males were
told to wear condoms, but where was the frank talk about sex?

A judge has been criticised for arguing it was
“understandable” a 31-year-old man had sex with a
“nubile” 14-year-old girl because “he’s not made of steel”.

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Love vs. Lust