It was 7:02am and Josie stood at the Reno bus station as she pulled a final drag on her cigarette.
If there's one thing that you will surely remember from the movie ‘After', apart from the sparks flying between its protagonists Tessa Young (Josephine Langford) and Hardin Scott (Hero Fiennes Tiffin) it has to be the steamy lake scene.
There were cracks in the walls along the burgundy bathroom ceiling and zigzagged down to the cabinet mirror. The mirror needed wiping as it was disgustingly smeared and perhaps it was smeared with random, sweaty hands. Her eyeliner and mascara were smudged and her coily hair had run dry. The girl was exhausted and her jaw ached. In fact, her legs along with her thighs terribly throbbed, and her back felt agonizing. Her hazel gleaming eyes were the most alluring, but exotic feature; let alone the built curvy hips and full lips she possessed. Chocolate freckles laid in abundance spreading across the bridge of her nose to her brassy cheeks. The eye shadow she wore sweated off, however, the colors didn’t compliment her to begin with. She let out a deep sorrowful sigh. Before leaving the bathroom and back to her client, she took one last look in the mirror. What did she see in her reflection; a dirty girl or a soulless being?
No joke. No crap in my asshole, you are not serious, booty tickling lie.
A unicorn is rare, mystical, and perceived as a myth. In the non-monogamous (or monogamous) community it's quite the same. This is a term (that can be derogatory) used to describe someone, usually femme, who joins a couple for a consensual ménage à trois. Generally it's monogamous-ish and heterosexual-ish couples look for a bisexual female for no-strings-attached, usually one-time-only sex.
"Polyamory is not for everyone" is something I find myself saying often. It's a way to defend myself from judgement. Singling yourself out as an oddball, a sore thumb, strange. People are receptive, less judgmental.
When DOES sex end? Have you ever wondered about that? It may seem like a strange question but how we answer it makes quite a difference to the sexual satisfaction of some people. Our perceptions about what is the climax and completion of sexuality activity play a big role in what feels right to us. It also sets our expectations. Those expectations play a huge role in the interest people have in sex as well as how satisfied they are with sexual activities they participate in.
Have you ever wanted to spice things up? Lots of people will say that kink and BDSM may be your answer. But how do you know if you’ll like it? How do you know if you are into anything kinky? There is definitely a right and a wrong way to get into BDSM. Some people end up having bad experiences because of entering into it the wrong way. Like so many other things in our world, a lack of knowledge on the subject can really burn you. Taking some time to learn a bit more is going to help steer you in the right direction! So what kinds of things should you know?