Anal sex. Just mentioning the act puts a look of fear on the faces of some, and a faraway look of pleasure of the faces of others. Though anal sex is really nothing more than a normal alternative to intercourse, like oral sex or masturbation, many people are reluctant to even discuss it, much less attempt it.
Think about the last time you watched bondage porn. The silicone-pumped, bare-naked kitty threw open the bathroom door and revealed a long riding crop. A spray tanned, fake-accented male tried to bounce out of the zip ties tying him to a chair. Kitty put her leg on the tub, moving her crotch to the center of the screen. In that moment, what did you notice? Her matching lingerie and high heels? Good. You should notice. It’s one of the most important parts of the scene. Without matching lingerie, garters, hose, and heels, where would your attention be? Probably counting tiles on the floor, or comparing your ceiling trim to the bathroom’s cornice molding. Matching makes the scene, and it should be the central feature in your sexy wardrobe. Without it, you are Sandra from after the ninth-grade dance, wearing a pink bra and orange panties with purple butterflies.
Little black dresses should be as easy going on as they are coming off. They should be classy and fabulous, just like the girl who wears them. They should also, however, be sexy like the woman whose curves fill them. The iconic little black dress was first introduced to Vogue by Coco Chanel, whose sexual exploits were explored in the film The Rite Of Spring by Igor Stravinsky. Fashionista Chanel was pictured in a 1926 Vogue pictorial wearing a calf-length, straight, and simply-decorated little black dress. The magazine dubbed the piece “Chanel’s Ford” because, like the Model T, the little black dress was simple and accessible for women of all social classes. Vogue also said that the little black dress would become "a sort of uniform for all women of taste," and they were correct. Today, the LBD is so popular that it has become a rule of fashion for every woman to own at least one. Whether you're dressing up or dressing down, you don't have to sacrifice class or comfort—two of the many reasons why a black dress is an essential element in every woman's wardrobe.
I'm a pretty regular face down at the beach during the summer months. I’m a bartender, so I get to spend my afternoons on the shore before heading to the most popular beach bar in town to mix some drinks. I grew up at the shore, and have never dreamed of leaving. As a young girl, I matured pretty quickly, and I used to get off just having guys whistle at me or say stuff while I was still a virgin. Guys would say stuff to me before I had ever even seen a cock and I really didn't connect my body or their whistles with sex that much. I mean, skimpy bikinis were the only thing that fit my mature body. I couldn’t fit into the pink ruffled tankinis my awkward stage friends were wearing. I guess what I'm trying to say is that considering my looks, I was pretty naive.
There is a certain amount of concern these days—and much pseudo-sociological gobbledygook—about why, in a society as vociferously dedicated to matrimony as ours, there should be an ever-increasing number of men who remain bachelors. Even bachelors often find themselves wondering why they are still single. Married men, of course, often wonder why they ever got married, but usually they only start wondering when they find out that they can't stand their wives. They don't question the married state itself. But a bachelor can be fairly well satisfied with his own personality, looks, temper, and conversation, and enjoy his own company, and still wonder. In this day and age, being a bachelor just doesn't seem right, and the average one would probably prefer to be married.
When you’re orgasming, if you’re not also having eargasms, nose-offs, eyegasms, skin-comes, tongues climaxes, and toe-offs—all at once—you don’t really know what coming is all about!