Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by candeesweet, Jul 3, 2013.
Is it a sin? or sensation?
Uncomfortable, as we are always being watched . . ..
im scurd now.
It all depends on trust,
if you are having sex with someone one knows very well, that is one thing but what if a person does not know themself? Or has no knowledge of self? How can they have sex with someone they dont know that well or maybe not really in love with? Not everyone loves themself! And for those who do not trust themselves it is best to use rubber gloves and condoms. After all why take chances with someone one does not know very well, even if it is themself
you right why love on something that you know nothin about. sin by nature- im guessing
A condom to masturbate?
I'm corn-fused!!! lol
it got a liitle not deep enough.
It's a sensational sin....
Meaning: If more women did it, there wouldn't be so many repressed and frigid ones complaining about 'failing to achieve' an orgasm.
How do you expect a man to know what makes you tick, if you don't?
We all have the same equipment. How can it be that this one is fainting and screaming the roof off, this one's over here squirting and another one feels nothing, even with clitoral stimulation?
I recently read a study suggesting (or was it outright saying) that the female g-spot extends throughout the pelvic floor (or something like that? I can't recall the article to post the link). Point is, it covers a larger area than previously thought.
...and I'll tell you something else: I believe it!
It spreads like a blooming flower. From the start point. I feel like my pelvis is on fire...but in a GOOD way!
Anyway, women need to play with themselves. Yup. Nothing wrong with being sexually masterful. Nothing wrong or sinful about your bodies. Our bodies are beautiful.
Buy some sex books. Get some of those japanese balls and do some kegels.
Women need to get in charge of their bodies.
Has no one ever considered that, what with all the sexual issues that my gender has, science spends the bulk of it's time making 'stay-hard' pills for men?
It's bull---! *laugh*
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