The thing is, if I have sex with a guy and he doesn’t immediately fall in love with me, I’m annoyed. If I have sex with a guy and he does immediately fall in love with me, I’m annoyed. Tell me how I am meant to win here? I realised that this was because I craved the validation of guys telling me: “You’re the only one I can really open up to.” Until I registered the fact that I was only there to make them feel special and solve all their problems.
“It is still frowned upon for women to have multiple sexual partners – but there are also a plethora of contradictions that come with it.”
Some wildly juicy stories emerged from the Fifty Shades phenomenon, saucy and embarrassing alike. But what really left me gasping, so to speak, was the lack of education, shared both by the author, E. L James, and my friends, about safe BDSM practices.
It’s hard to notice how many times a day society reminds you of sex’s importance until someone says you might never be able to have it.
In an unprecedented and entirely unpredictable move, a local individual, [REDACTED], has officially lost their goddamn mind when it comes to cis people telling them what’s what. “Look,” they said in an exclusive interview with Bossy, “the next person who tries to tell me my pronouns aren’t grammatically correct is getting a dictionary to the jaw!”
“Every time a man cums in me / He leaves a part of his soul.”
“I feel you in me / My insides do not twist / like they did when / I felt him …”
“He taught me how the deranged make love …”
“My research confirmed what my friend had heard from other trans escorts: there is a huge sexual demand for transgender women.”
“I find our status quo definition of sex not only incredibly narrow, exclusive and heterosexual, but also devaluing of other forms of sexual expression and intimacy that comprise the whole experience that is actually sex – foreplay, oral sex and fingering (to name a few).”