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She completely undressed and pulled out my cock and began to suck my dick like no woman ever had. She went all the way down my 8 inch cock and loved it. I had never had a blow job like that. I lasted about 1 minute tops. She said I tasted delicious and asked if I could go again. I pounded her in the front seat of my car. She came so much I lost count.
She made me get out of the car and do her doggie style and I obliged. After ten or so orgasms, I finally came. Did you have an orgasm? Did your partner s? I had two, she had about 15 that I counted.
What precautions did you take to prevent STIs and pregnancy? Did you discuss STI history? She told me she got tested every months. I shared the same. I wore a condom every time. I love spontaneity and I love anyplace but the bedroom for sex. Were alcohol or drugs involved? If so, how much? Completely sober sex every time. How did you feel about it? How do you feel about them now? We continued to hook up randomly for 6 months. I felt great and so did she. Neither of us minded the age difference and we had mind blowing sex.
We were able to grow with each other and even managed to do some threesomes. Guy-Guy girl and girl girl me. I would have loved to have continued to see her, but she moved away for college. Somewhere to the South. I was sad but all good things sometimes come to an end. I think about her all the time and hope she is doing great! To whom did you talk about the hookup? How did they react? I keep my secrets to myself.
She loved sex just as much as I did and we always had a good time together. I made her feel special not only in the bedroom, but out and about. She said I was different than the other guys that she had been with. I think we began to develop feelings and truly respect one another, which is another reason the sex was so amazing. What was the BEST thing about this hookup? Has this hookup changed the way you think about casual sex, sexuality, or yourself in general?
Consensual, anxious, anywhere, anytime. The worst was when she went away. Vrangalova hopes that sharing these stories will help to demystify casual sexual encounters. According to Vrangalova, most media coverage of hookup culture focuses on college students, providing a skewed view of who is doing what, when in their lives they are doing it, and whether these casual sex experiences are harmful. She told The Huffington Post in an email:.
There is so much talk about the hookup culture these days, about hooking up completely replacing dating on college campuses and young people in general, about casual sex invading the sexual space and disrupting time honored traditions and norms. But most [people] rarely get to hear about specific casual sex experiences other than those of their closest friends, and thus have a very limited idea of what that may entail.
So I thought it would be useful for people to have a place to share their stories of hookups, in a sort of structured and organized way, and to read about other people's experiences in this way. Some research has suggested that casual sex is "bad" for women -- hooking up is linked to anxiety and depression , and "promiscuous" women are judged more harshly by their peers. According to Vrangalova, The Casual Sex Project does not seek to invalidate the experiences of people for whom this is true, but instead allows people a platform to discuss their own encounters regardless of how they felt about them in the end.
People interested in submitting their story fill out a questionnaire that asks about the sexual experience, activities involved, consent, contraceptive precautions, the best and worst thing about the hookup, and whether it was a positive or negative experience overall.
Vrangalova hopes that the project will help educate people about the reality of the "hookup culture" -- namely, that casual sex experiences are incredibly variable, and not intrinsically bad for the people involved. I hope this project will help people see these nuances. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.