If she let me, I would rub my erection all over this young woman. Yes. I would gush thick splooge, here, there, everywhere. She even has a gaping wide anus, which begs for attention. How else is a heterosexual man, supposed to respond to young, wholesome, friendly naked beauty? Are we supposed to ignore our aching erections, and pretend we don't really want to do what we really, really want to do?
Of course, it is rude to ask strangers personal questions. Though our innocent curiosity might be aroused by some physical change, or change in behavior, sometimes we even hesitate with co-workers.
Of course, I enjoy being thick inside my girls, all five of them. Mouths. Pussies. Anuses. Individually, and in groups of two or more. We do what many heterosexuals and bisexuals do. Pant, pant. Spurt, spurt. All the playful, cheerful behaviors grown-ups enjoy. Sometimes, Eva and Bea or Bea and Rosalee get each other off. And I watch, and innocent bystander, cock in hand. Smiling.
I am not gonna stop kneading my meat, until the little thing stops working entirely. In a previous article, I discuss the spiritual potential and religious implications of jacking-off. I mention our predominant religions, our educational institutions and our suppliers of porn have no interest in jacking-off for Spiritual Enlightenment. That concept makes those religions and institutions and suppliers of porn nervous, because this concept means they loose control over our sexual imaginations. They no longer get to make money by telling us what we should think and do, or not think and do. Porn offers more sexual variety than any religion or Ivy League education, but it remains 99% fake, having no real value in our lives. Except, when showing us some fun ways to use dildos, butt plugs and whips, or showing us positions of copulation we may not have previously considered.
Paul Babcock is recognized for his expertise in alternative energy systems and power generation systems for companies and for individuals, especially in remote locations. He has studied Nikola Tesla, Wilhelm Reich, Walter Russell, George Lakhovsky and many others. Over a lifetime, of study and creative thought, Paul Babcock has discovered specific threads which weave through the ideas, theories and spirit of these great inventors. He discusses these threads in his book, The Universal Medium.