High Erotica Wet Dreams

Lead Us into Sexual Temptation

We’re in love with desire, not the object of desire

Are we naturally promiscuous? Is sex our primary drive?
We know it’s necessary for the continuation of much of
life on earth,

While most animals reserve sexual activity for
a certain time of year, humans are willing to
fuck anytime, anywhere. So, what’s behind humans’
insatiable sex drive? In a word, evolution.

She Knows How to Tempt


Sexual reproduction enables us to pass on our genes
to future generations, but most importantly,
a diversity of traits which facilitate evolution.

This benefit of sexual reproduction can often be the
difference between survival and extinction.

For example, reported that sexual reproduction allowed
humans to evolve to have smaller incisor and molar teeth.

This allowed our ancestors to consume a more diverse diet
of tougher plants and more meat.

A trait which became essential as climate
conditions changed and food sources shifted.

The Art of Seduction

the art of seduction

Along with an improved dental structure, evolution
also provided humans with a bigger brain.

This big brain means that we have a better understanding
of sex and are more aware of the responsibility and
consequences that can come with intercourse.

To ensure that unpleasant consequences of sex don’t deter us from
reproducing, evolution equipped humans with the ability to feel
immense pleasure during intercourse, and a really high sex drive.

Our sex drive and constant desire for the pleasure associated
with intercourse ensures that we continue to have sex no matter
what danger or inconvenience it puts us in.

Let’s face it, Nature must be doing something
right because we keep going at it.

Fuck on the Floor

fuck on the floor

Evolutionary biologists now know that the dichotomy of
‘indiscriminate males’ and ‘choosey females’
was a gross oversimplification.

The evolutionary benefits of females having
multiple sexual partners has been, and
perhaps continues to be, underestimated.

In most monogamously breeding species, animals adopt a mixed
strategy of social monogamy without pure sexual monogamy.

Both males and females engage in discreet copulations
outside the socially monogamous relationship to defray
the cost of missed mating opportunities.

Secondly, because a male raising another male’s child
means complete reproductive failure, the evolutionary
cost of having a cheating wife is far greater
than having a cheating husband.

There are much stronger evolutionary pressures
for males to prevent female infidelity than
for females to prevent male infidelity.

Tumbling Breasts


Recent research tested both physical and mental responses
to visually presented sexual stimuli. Heterosexual women’s
bodies were physically aroused in response to most varieties.

Hetereosexual male physical arousal was more reproduction
appropriate – women together and heterosexual human intercourse.

This goes along with the hypothesis that women’s bodies are
primed for high interest in sex due to the evolutionary
benefits of having multiple, diverse partners.

Sexual Taunt


We live in a culture that convinces women they are less
interested in sex than men and more interested in monogamy.

You create a situation whereby women learn to ignore or
disregard their own physical arousal, particularly in
situations that are deemed inappropriate.

Other cultural mechanisms work to reinforce this through
slut-shaming and accusations of nymphomania and ‘whoring’.

But the psychological strategy would be the most
effective because women internalize it so completely.

She’s Such a Fucking Temptation

Why is sexual temptation a bigger
problem for men than for women?

While women are by no means immune from sexual
temptation, men struggle with it to a much greater
degree. Far more men commit adultery than women.

In premarital relationships, men are more likely
than women to expect sex from their partners.

The Temptress
[Pulp Fiction]

Something about a French accent just screams romance,
sex, and passion. There’s a reason French is called
“the language of love.”

Lulu McQueen runs an exclusive honeytrap agency,
designed to test the fidelity of rich men for their
suspicious partners. While her business flourishes
and track record in the field remains unbroken,
her personal life isn’t so successful.

One night, years ago, Lulu experienced bliss on a scale
she’d never encountered before, with Luc, a charismatic,
dominant, irresistible Frenchman. She fled in the morning,
ashamed of herself, but her Parisian one-night stand was
burned into her memories, ruining her for anyone else.

When Lulu steps in to lure Mrs. Le Grand’s rich husband,
for an exorbitantly high fee, she gets the shock of her
life when she finds her mark at the hotel bar.

Luc Le Grand still has a face and body to make Adonis weep.
He exudes confidence, masculinity, and raw sex appeal.

The question now isn’t whether Lulu can tempt him,
but whether she can resist him when she failed before.


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