A one-night stand. Beach sex. Backseat sex. Phone sex.
Airplane sex. (Discreet) sex in public. Handcuffs/ropes.
Spank a partner/be spanked by a partner. Shower/bathtub sex
Office sex. Make a sex tape. Tantric sex, Take erotic photos.
I watch a lot of ‘incest’ porn.
And read incest erotica.
It’s my thing right now.
I love stories where the daughter
seduces the dad – prick-teasing him
by walking around in a towel that
just happens to fall down.
It’s the power. The dad knows he
shouldn’t be attracted to his girl.
But she knows he is. And she
makes him give in to her.
The conflict – when he really
resists but ends up fucking
her anyway – is very hot.
The Trobrianders : The tribe where kids start
having sex at 6 – Papua, New Guinea.
The islanders are a case study in the ultimate
consequences of the sexual revolution.
Girls want sex just as much as guys, and kids
start having sex at a very young age — 6-8 for t
he girls and 10-12 for the guys with no social stigma.
There are few customs about dating to inhibit
“hooking up” and, of course, revealing
clothing has been taken to its limit,
with girls actually going topless.
The Nepalese: A community where brothers
share a wife – The Himalayas.
Almost all of the few polyandrous societies
practice what anthropologists call fraternal polyandry,
where a group of brothers share a wife.
This is the case in the Himalayas, where there
is little land available for farming and agriculture,
and families with more than one son would be faced
with dividing up their land were each son to start his own family.
The solution? Find one wife for all of their sons
so that they can live together as one family and
keep their family plot intact. Also, this arrangement
works best when the wife is adept at “scheduling”
time with each brother.
Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs: The Pharaohs would
practice public masturbation.
The ebb and flow of the Nile was thought to be caused
by Atum’s (the god of creation) ejaculation.
This concept spurred the Egyptian pharaohs to ritually
masturbate into the Nile to ensure an abundance of water.
The ancient Egyptians were so inspired by the act
of self-stimulation that at the festival of the
god Min, who represented a Pharaoh’s sexual potency,
men masturbated in public.
Ancient Greece: Where homosexuality was
completely out of the closet.
The ancient Greeks didn’t conceive of sexual
orientation as a social identifier the way
Western societies have done for the past century.
Greek society did not distinguish sexual desire
or behavior by the gender of the participants,
but rather by the role that each participant
played in the sex act, that of the active
penetrator or the passive penetrated.
This active/passive polarization corresponded
with dominant and submissive social roles:
the active (penetrative) role was associated
with masculinity, higher social status, and
adulthood, while the passive role was associated
with femininity, lower social status, and youth.
Ancient Greece: When pederasty was
the social convention.
The most common form of same-sex relationships
between males in Greece was “paederastia” meaning
“boy love.” It was a relationship between an older
male and an adolescent youth.
A boy was considered a “boy” until he was
able to grow a full beard. In Athens, the
older man was called erastes.
He was to educate, protect, love, and provide
a role model for his eromenos. The reward for
the man lay in the youth’s beauty,
innocence, and potential.
To love a boy below the age of twelve was
considered inappropriate, but no evidence
exists of any legal penalties attached
to this sort of practice.