Why are freshers having sex when will it be my turn to have sex?@Anonymous
After the torchlight red on sweaty faces
After the frosty silences in the gardens
After the agony in stony places
The shouting and the crying
Prison and palace and reverberation
Of thunder of spring over distant mountains
He who was virgin’d is now sexed
With a little patience
- T.S Eliot
the vagina envelopes the penis
the penis struggles to free itself from the vagina’s wrath but the vagina is too strong, thus a back-and-forth motion ensues
then the penis vomits up its guts inside the vagina from sheer exhaustion
the vagina then eats the penis’ guts
If the pill stops you from ovulating, what makes you bleed once a month?
I remember someone saying to me once, I think they must’ve been an older woman, that the reason the way you “lose your virginity” is important is because you’ll always remember it. Hm, well maybe you wouldn’t if you didn’t care so much? Certainly for me the first time I had sex there was probably nothing great physically in it but more of a mental “yay, I finally did it, I had sex, my body let me, can I do it again to make sure this isn’t all a dream/one off”. The better sexual experiences were something that grew with intensity as I grew into sex and my body, and other than the utter euphoria that came with my first time, I’d much rather remember them. But even now I continue to get better with it all and I think there are much better times to come and more potent memories to come with them.
Lol, Dad just gave me, like, 1000 condoms.
Here’s what I think about sex: The journey’s the worthier part
I don’t orgasm. Well, as far as I can tell. Sometimes I think I might, but it’s not that mindblowing experience that I read about in fiction or see in porn.
Does that mean that sex is not enjoyable for me?
I like sex, with the right person or people. But I’ve had partners in the past who have taken it as a personal insult that I haven’t had an orgasm. Despite me telling them throughout and afterwards that I enjoyed the encounter, they felt cheated, or that I wasn’t trying hard enough.
And I don’t get that. Some people have a harder time orgasming than others. Some never orgasm. What matters is that all people involved are enjoying themselves, and getting something out of the encounter. Whether that’s physical pleasure, emotional pleasure, closeness, bonding, or all of the above.
The number of orgasms or length of orgasms shouldn’t matter.
Sex is an activity that two or more people engage in together. And like other mutual activities, say for example, watching a movie, going to a museum, bowling, etc., no two people experience them identically. I could watch a movie with you, and when it was done we could have very different interpretations of the story. I could look at a painting with you, and we might see two very different things, and feel very different emotional responses.
I’ve noticed that fictional representations of sex (fanfiction, erotic novels, pornographic films, etc.) tend to follow established patterns. Foreplay -> oral sex -> penetrative sex of some kind -> orgasm -> afterglow/cuddling/talking/leaving. Sometimes they’ll leave out the penetrativ
I thought about kissing Chris so much today HOW DOES EVERYONE NOT THINK ABOUT HAVING SEX ALL THE TIME AFTER THEY’VE HAD IT you guys are champions
I’m not Pro-life because I think aborting a fetus is “murder”. I’m Pro-life because women need to understand that their actions have consequences. YOU took the risk of getting pregnant, YOU take responsibility for what you did. (Unless you were raped, in which case you should be able to get an abortion)
And there’s always adoption.
By the way bitches, I’m a girl too!
Women are like little children who have should have their best toy (their rights) taken away if they make a mistake. It’s called consequences for actions. You might have heard it when you were five. Women are not responsible adults. They need the state to play parent.
I am in a relationship with a boy. This boy has given me permission to sexually explore with girls as he is mature enough to differentiate between the mental and the physical. He also sees the benefits in this clarity I would have on my sexuality after this experience.
Side note: If it does turn out I am lesbian, Christopher has offered me his semen, so there is still a possibility of Chris/Lily babies!
I disagree with them and their methods. I basically have to lie to them every single time I go out at night in order to retain any semblance of a social life. That being said, I only go out maybe once every 3-4 works because it's too awful having to lie and lie and lie. We thus have a terrible relationship because there is no openness and honesty. Knowing what it's like in my current position, I am going to try my utmost to have a reasonable and honest relationship with my children through (1)@Anonymous
(2, continued) keeping an open mind and making sure they feel comfortable enough to at least tell me where they are/who they’re with. It is and isn’t stemmed from religious values - they believe that a woman should be ‘pure’ and that no man would want ‘used goods’ and to not ‘give yourself away’… I believe those ideas stemmed with Christianity but my parents aren’t Christian, it’s more the social stigma for them (which exists because of religion? I think? so that point is a little hard to distinguish haha).
My parents are relatively conservative and have told me they hope I stay a virgin until marriage. So if they walked in on me they would be outraged, probably not let me out of the house barring university, try and make me break up with whoever I was sleeping with, give me numerous very long lectures, etc. Why do you ask?@Anonymous
I asked because I’m interested in how many people’s parents still practice this conventional method of parenting which, from what I can see, is illogical and silly when it comes to the long run.
Now you’ve sent this I’m curious as to how you deal with such restrictions on your personal life and why your parents think that way. Do you agree with how they go about things? Do you find ways around it? Does it have much to do with religious ideologies? If you were to raise children, would you repeat their parenting method, or seek a new one?
When you were 17, how do you think your parents would respond if they walked in on you and your boyfriend/girlfriend doing things of sexual nature? Or, if you’re a parent, how would you respond if you walked in on your 17 year old kid?