Sex Requires Versatility

8 years ago

So I'm writing my first blog here. Since this is in the sex section I guess I can say that I'm popping my cherry on BlogHer! So I'm kind of excited.

I was reminded of a valuable sex lesson today during a hurried session with my husband. We had 20 minutes. He is a skilled lover and can last as long as I need to get there before he gets there so 20 minutes is not long at all for us.

We started and for some reason I was unable to lubricate (can I say get wet without people getting their panties in a wad?). After about 10 minutes we both realized that something wasn't quite right.

I've been under more stress than usual lately and have also not gotten the usual amount of sleep I'm used to. So it could have been that. Either way, my soul was wanting to but my body was weak to respond.

So my husband improvised. He pulled out of me, leaned back onto his knees and with one hand reached out and used his wonderful ability to touch. He skillfully brought me to a point where I was lubricated from his stimulation rather than just thinking about it which usually does the trick. He went down on me some too and that truly got my butt into gear.

When I was ready for him, he entered me and we lived happily ever after.

So, the lesson is that when something is not working, don't get frustrated. Sometimes you might have to make suggestions for him, other times he'll expertly take care of business. But just because one thing is not working doesn't mean you just finish him off and hope for a better go at it later. Good things come to the persistent!

Yours for awesome sex!


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