Posted by K. Kellee | Posted in Advertise Here | Posted on 09-07-2011
Sex has meant a lot of different things to me through the years. It was a hate relationship in my pre adolescent years, that turned into a relationship based on curiosity in my formidable teenage years. In my early adult years it was a relationship of restriction with slight exploration. In my mid years, I let exploration take free reign, and now I have finally come into my own. I have learned the many parameters/diameters of sex and have learned to appreciate it in all its glory. When I am with a partner I care about, sex means the world to me. I crave the intimacy of a kiss, the passion of an embrace, and the release of giving myself to my partner. I thrive on the excitement I feel on making my partner feel good, on making his toes curl, on driving him wild with desire and having him take me. I like the loss of control my body feels as my partner stimulates me and my body heaves and shakes uncontrollably under his touch. Sex feels great to me when my partner has me feeling so good that my thoughts are cloudy and lost. My body curves and wraps into his and the mashing and friction of our bodies, our heavy breathing, our mouths intertwined is purely delicious. Sex is a way of sharing myself with my partner. Just like every other facet in life, you cannot share everything of yourself with every one. So in relation, I cannot sleep with everyone I am attracted to or everyone that offers me a good time. Everyone is not for me, everything is not for me. I believe in selection, I believe I deserve the best for me. My partner has to be someone I can share all of me with, or sex just has no meaning. Meaningless sex to me can only take you as far as a good fuck, that is over as quick as it started. I deserve more than that, I deserve to feel special, wanted, even loved. I deserve the life I create, and the life I create is full of passion, excitement and love. What does sex mean to you and who you are? Share this:ShareTwitterRedditPrintFacebookGoogle +1EmailDiggStumbleUponPinterestTumblrLinkedIn
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