Loitering with Intent
Women like sex. We love it. We can’t get enough. And
guess what? There is absolutely nothing wrong with that.
We’re constantly being told sexual openness and sexual
exploration makes us “slutty.” We’re in an ever-changing
world where sexuality is more widespread and fluid.
But there’s still a mark of shame on the woman who openly
expresses her sexual desires and goes out into the world
to delve into her sexual curiosities.
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Think about It
When he starts to finger me — which feels really
good — I have a quick change of plan. No sex.
I’m just going to let him get me off.
Maybe that’s all I need. So he fingers me (quite well)
and goes down on me (excellently) and I have a great orgasm.
Here’s the thing. I want to have an affair. I’m in a perfectly
happy marriage and I think my husband is faithful, but I’m bored.
He’s always traveling, and I kind of just want mind-blowing sex.
We have our kids, our home, our jobs … I would like to add
a little danger to the mix. But with whom is the question.
I’m home in bed. I have this amazing vibrator but
I can’t find the plug to charge it. Such a fucking bummer.
I like to masturbate before falling asleep every night.
Tonight I just rub myself and play with my nipples
and imagine sex with some anonymous man with a huge cock.
Curiosity: Thinking about Sex
It’s normal to think about sex
— often or only once in a while.
As we go through puberty, hormones
affect our bodies and emotions
in new ways. This makes us curious
about sex, and more likely to
have sexual thoughts and feelings.
We need to stop suppressing our sexual thoughts and fantasies.
Instead, come to terms with them. When we run from our
sexual fantasies, that’s how we lose control of them
and they start to control us.
This doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to act
on any and all of your sexual fantasies—just that
you need to acknowledge and accept that sexual desire
is a part of you, and a part of being human.
You think about sex every six seconds. So they say.
This means 5 boring seconds, 10 times a minute.
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the senses that will surely higher your level of
lustful thinking to every 6 frames. Think about it.
Think about Sex
Contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t take a candlelit
dinner or a bodice-ripping romance novel to get the
average female thinking lusty thoughts.
In fact, some of us are contemplating X-rated interludes
while on the elliptical at the gym, stuck in traffic,
or even while on the couch during our favorite TV shows.
And that’s a very good thing. Go ahead, indulge in a quick
fantasy about the bag boy while you’re waiting on line
at the grocery store — exploring your own imaginative
hot zone keeps you connected to your sexual self.