TMI Tuesday: January 7, 2020

Uh oh, I almost forgot to do this one…

1. What is the most useless thing you know how to do?

I can roll my tongue. Can’t think of anything more useless than that…

2. Do you use sex to relieve stress? How?

I use sex for all kinds of things.. and yes, relieving stress is one of them. I usually depend on masturbating with a wand vibrator. When I need to relieve stress I need to have an orgasm and the vibrator almost always assures that will happen.

3. What sex act or position did not thrill you until you tried it?

Blow jobs. I avoided them for years because they were a traumatic trigger for me. It was not until after I started studying sexuality and learned what was causing the fear and dislike of having a dick in my mouth, and I was able to see it from a completely different perspective. Before I would wonder what the hell any woman got from sucking some guy’s cock. And then I tried with with my new perspective and I learned first hand what anyone got out of it. I felt such a feeling of accomplishment and I was sold. Now it’s my favorite thing to do, sexually.

4. What is the most unusual but fun sexual encounter you have had?

It was a one night stand with a guy that I met at a club in Seattle in 1974, when I was 23. He enticed me with a unique pick up line, got me to dance with him, to a song that just happened to be my favorite song, and the next thing I knew I was going home with him. It was probably the best sex I’ve ever had, before or since. I’m now writing a book about that encounter that is part factual and part fantasy fiction.

5. What is something that can happen in the middle of sex that will make you put on your clothes and walk out?

I don’t think that’s ever happened to me. But I would imagine it would be someone making fun of my body. I’m pretty sensitive to that.

Bonus: What was a random compliment that someone gave you that really stuck in your memory?

It wasn’t actually a compliment, but more of a gesture. I was walking down the street and came to a stop at the corner to wait for the red light to change to green. I glanced over at an elderly, but very dapper gentleman standing next to me. He smiled, winked and tipped his hat to me and walked off when the light changed. I remember I blushed yet felt utterly charmed by that small gesture… one that has stayed with me for over 40 years.

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