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Strawberries That Are Sexual

Whilst preparing a fruit salad the other day, I was totally mesmerized cutting up the fruit, noticing how beautifully vibrant it was, with the many colours and textures so delightful to my eyes.  I posted a photo to social media of some vulva-reminiscent strawberries asking if I was the only person to find fruit sexy. I got a heap of comments from friends agreeing that there is nothing sexier than a piece of nature’s sweet juicy goodness. As well as feeling grateful for knowing (really strange) people who see fruit the same way I do, it was obvious that there is something erotic about food if we choose to notice. It really is a pleasurable experience to eat a delicious meal, a delight for our senses if you will, and it got me thinking about the role of food in sexual play.

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A while back a friend showed me a sex documentary series exploring a range of different sexual quirks and fetishes happening behind closed doors. I recall my absolute joy watching a couple who were involved in an activity called sploshing, a fetish I would sum up as erotic food fighting (Or trifle preparation gone wrong!).

What Is Sploshing?

Sploshing, also known as Wet and Messy fetish, is a form of sexual fetishism whereby a person becomes aroused when copious amounts of a substance are applied to the naked skin, face, or to clothing. Sploshing can involve playing with a range of different ingredients, with many foods such as custard, cream, chocolate sauce and ice cream commonly used. As well as food, sploshing can also involve substances such as lubricant, mud, paint, oil and lotion.

Sensation play is a large appeal with sploshing, with the textures of the food or substances used throughout creating a unique sensory experience. The visual aspect of this fetish is also a source of turn on for a lot of people involved, especially when substances of different colours and consistencies are applied to one’s body.

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Why Do People Love Sploshing

The couple in the documentary used only food during their sploshing experience, with a smorgasbord full of delectable desserts laid out on a large table ready to be used. They then took to pouring the food over each other in between kissing and rubbing up against each other, with a playfulness that was so infectious I could not stop laughing.

Here are some of my favourite quotes;

“Vanilla pudding feels like sugary silk in my hand”

“When she hits me with the cherries, it feels cool and I get excited”

“Where am I going to put the chocolate sauce? Am I going to put it on her head, is it going to drizzle down her breast? I don’t know…”

I love how inventive people can be with sex and I really admire those who claim their fetishes proudly. In a world of comparison and judgemental projections for being anything other than “normal” it is amazing to see people who show the world what turns them on. Despite it being so unusual, I found it so entertaining to watch and really honoured their willingness to reveal their quirky fetish.

I find it so beautiful to see people like this couple expressing themselves and sharing an experience with each other where they both totally accept and adore one another because of their mutual desires. I think there really needs to be more of this curiosity and willingness to experiment with sex. There’s a whole world of sexual possibilities if we dare to step into it and open our minds – Just come into an Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centre and see for yourself!

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Bringing Food Into Sexual Play

Bringing food into sexual play doesn’t have to mean you go all out with a table full of food like the couple in the documentary. Starting small with foods like whipped cream, strawberries or Heavenly Nights Chocolate Body Paint is an approachable taste test to this unique fetish. Turn it into a fun and playful time with a partner and enjoy eating dessert off their body!

Alternatively, flavoured lubricants can be a simple and fun introduction to Sex+Food play, minus the mess that food sploshing can cause. System JO have an incredible range of personal lubricants that are flavoured, with The Gelato Range consisting of the most delicious flavours including Hazelnut Espresso and Salted Caramel. These can be great for people who are not so fond on the idea of food in the bedroom but nonetheless want to enjoy something tasty.

When playing with food and different substances during sploshing, it is important to use certain safety precautions to avoid any nasty accidents from occurring. Make sure that if applying any substances to the genital area, a condom is worn by men so as not to get food in the urethra. Women should be careful of this also, as well as certain foods disrupting the p.H balance of the vagina. Wearing underwear can create a barrier for food reaching these intimate areas.

As for fruit in the bedroom, I will leave you with this very exciting video of how you can use grapefruit to spice things up with a male lover!!

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Risk Aware Consensual Kink

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In the world of BDSM and kink there is a well-known phrase ‘Safe Sane Consensual’ or ‘SSC’. This term has been the most popular and well-known “rule” that all good kinksters follow. It has been “the” rule of thumb for a while but now there’s RACK. RACK is a newer acronym standing for Risk Aware Consensual Kink, and it also just happens to be a great pun. Now, why not both, why is one better than the other? Here I will compare RACK and SSC to give you a better idea of the difference.

SSC, Safe Sane and Consensual, sounds great right? Let’s break it down.

Safe

What is safe? Nothing we do as kinksters is truly safe really, there are huge risks to both our physical and psychological well-being involved in BDSM and other fetish and kink activities. We can obviously make attempts at safety but at the end of the day there is risk involved, yet safe implies no risk.

Sane

Kinksters, just like the rest of society, are holistic human beings and this includes mental illness, making the word sane here potentially offensive and exclusionary. Should someone with a mental illness not be allowed to make the executive decision to involve themselves in kink? Many kinksters I know use BDSM as a form of self-care and therapy, nothing soothes them more than being bound and tied or having a good session on a St Andrews cross to relax after a hard week of work. I assume this was meant to imply that everyone involved in the kinky activities was not doing it from a place of rage or an abusive mindset, unfortunately, abuse is still common in the world of kink as it is possible in any interpersonal relationship, but it is the wrong choice of word. Not everyone with a mental illness is abusive and not everyone who is abusive has a mental illness. In short, having sane as part of our community’s unofficial rule for kink is ableist.

Consensual

Consent: there’s no kink without it. It’s the main thing that separates the wonderful world of kink from abuse. We love consent in all its forms and it’s something that doesn’t happen just once, it’s constant and something to routinely check in on. Consent absolutely belongs in this acronym and is the only part of SSC I agree with wholeheartedly. Consent has to be freely given by a person of legally consenting age.

On a surface level, SSC sounds good, but let’s look at RACK (Risk Aware Consensual Kink) and why it’s – in my opinion – better.

 

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Risk Aware

Risk aware more accurately describes what we do, and also ties into consent, everyone involved in a BDSM or a kinky activity should be well aware of what they’re getting themselves into. For example, rope bunnies and riggers alike should be aware of the risks in rigging and rope play, as you can permanently damage someone’s nerves with the wrong knot, dislocate something, or there’s the potential risk of being dropped.

The more risk aware you are, the more educated on the activity, and that is what BDSM and kink should be about. Being aware of the risk also includes the risk to your mental health – sub drop and Dom/me drop is a thing and should be taken seriously. Also, the risk that the person you are playing with is potentially an abusive person. Being risk aware means being vigilant about who you choose to engage in play with, it can mean asking around for references and learning to trust your gut.

Consensual Kink

Consensual kink replaces both the Sane and Consensual parts of SSC. Someone with mental illness doesn’t have to be “sane” (which is a loaded word anyway), to participate in what they want to. If anyone, mentally ill or otherwise, is lucid and can consent – meaning a sober and INFORMED* – then they have just as much right as anyone else to be involved.

Consent can be revoked at any time. This goes for kink, general romantic and sexual activities. Consent is something that should be checked before, during and after play. If someone feels their consent was violated it’s something that needs to be discussed. In the world of kink we have ‘safe words’ and having a safe word (and in some cases a hand signal, noise, or nonverbal cue) is a big important part of consensual kink.

Consent can be formal, like in some D/s (Dominant/submissive) relationships people will write up a contract of everything they are agreeing to, but it should never end there. Consent should be given before, during and after and this doesn’t have to be formal, it can be fun, sexy and part of the experience. A simple “harder?”, “softer?”, or “do you like that?” are examples of refreshing consent in the middle of an activity. Consent is never because you feel pressured or obligated, even in kink and D/s you don’t owe anyone anything.

* Someone cannot consent to something unless you have explicitly laid it out for them. Kink is all about truthful communication. Details are mandatory.

I hope now you can make an informed decision on which suits you, SSC vs RACK or even something else, it’s really up to you. At the end of the day all that matters is that you are informed and consenting/have consent but also that you are enjoying yourself and getting what you need and want from the experience. You will need to take note of the risks of BDSM Play and be aware of the steps needed to stay safe during couples sex.

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Kinky Sex And The Art Of Pleasure

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Sex is fun. It’s exciting and it’s an expression of intimacy between couples. As we enter into an age where we view sex as pleasure as opposed to just being about reproduction, the boundaries of sex, intimacy and pleasure are being continually expanded.

This is why kink sex, or sex that has previously been viewed as outside the norm is sky rocketing into people’s bedrooms and sexual lifestyles. We’ve seen the impact of Fifty Shades of Grey, and we’ve seen it embraced by people around the world. We’re becoming far more comfortable with both ourselves and the idea of pleasure. We’re becoming more open about the fluidity of sex and sexuality, and we are becoming more in tune with the ideas of pleasure.

Kink sex is amazing. It’s wondrous and it’s a ball of fun. The issue is that the idea of kink sex is so diverse, people hear the word kink and because it is often used as a negative term, they become distant. They become nervous and they become a little confused. They might wonder why a partner needs kink in the bedroom, they might become disheartened that they’re not enough and therefore take it personally, or they might have a predisposed idea of what kink is. Which isn’t the kink that you are considering bringing into the bedroom with your lover. It’s one thing to discuss handcuffs, it’s another thing to say that you’d like them to control you sexually while you are role playing a completely different character and personality than what you normally are.

Kinky play can involve anything that’s outside the standard missionary position, it can involve the use of toys, it can involve bringing in other people, or it can simply be a way of exploring ourselves and our own idea of pleasure.

Kink Sex Positively Impacts Relationships

The studies have indicated that kink sex and BDSM has a positive impact on relationships, and our own understanding. Why? Well in order to engage in such activities we have to negotiate, and understand what we like and what we dislike. This, inevitably, leads us to communicating with our partner. In this way the idea of kink sex forces us to sit down and acknowledge our pleasurable likes and dislikes with ourselves, and our partners. To come out and say, I like being tied up is both a liberating experience, as well as placing us in a vulnerable position.

Not everyone likes particular kinks and it therefore becomes a minefield as we navigate our pleasurable activities and sexual interests with our loved ones. I’ve discussed kink, and in particular BDSM extensively in the past. For the most part, the idea of using Kink and BDSM products as well as sexual skill sets comes down to a few core values within trust, vulnerability, power exchanges and role playing.

Discuss Your Interests With Your Lover

When you tell your partner that you’d like to be tied up and engage in some intimate activities, you’re revealing something about yourself that they may not have known. They might be turned on by the idea, or they might be confused because it is different. The thing is, that it is necessary to discuss your interests with your partner. Failing to do so, will potentially mean that you become disinterested in sexual activity, it might lead you to becoming sexually unhappy as you deny your idea of pleasure to yourself, but most of all it means that you’re not being completely honest with yourself and with your partner. Yes, there are some kinks that are deal breakers, and one shouldn’t expect that you tell your partner what you’re interested in on a Sunday night and on Monday night you find your partner dressed up in a latex suit holding a whip ready to have their way with you. Kink play is about navigating, it’s about slowly building up to things, but most of all it’s about finding common ground and it’s about failing.

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I mentioned earlier that the idea of kink is very diverse, and what you see in pornography, or in such popular fiction such as Fifty Shades of Grey, might not work for you and your partner. The trying something new bit, and then failing doesn’t mean that you should just give up on exploring a new activity, what it should do is open up a discussion as to what you liked, what worked and what didn’t work and how to best navigate that in future activities. Study after study indicates that kink minded couples have better communication than other couples, they enjoy a closer and shared intimacy because they better understand each other through their communication. With that in mind, if you’re interested in kink or BDSM here’s some tips on how to introduce that to your loved one.

Have a conversation with your partner. This needs to be done in a non-aggressive way, such as I saw this person being tied up in a film the other week and I thought that was pretty hot, what do you think about that? Bringing something up in such a way means that there is no pressure being placed on your partner, and it opens up a discussion.

Prepare Yourself For Positive and Negative Responses

In this way, you need to prepare yourself for both positive and negative responses. If it’s a positive response then it’s absolutely perfect, you can navigate how best to incorporate it into your sexual activity over time. If it’s negative, then don’t be disappointed. Disappointment can be an emotional guilt trip for a partner if they feel that they aren’t pleasing you. Leave it for a little while and bring it up again later.

If the response is positive, then there’s no need to rush out and get the gear that’s associated with your particular kink that you’d like to explore. Give it some time, discuss it with your partner and then slowly build up to it. If you’d like to be tied up, then you might want to look at buying a simple pair of novelty handcuffs before you go the full hog and buy a stylish black leather cuff set.

In this way, you need to prepare yourself for both positive and negative responses. If it’s a positive response then it’s absolutely perfect, you can navigate how best to incorporate it into your sexual activity over time. If it’s negative, then don’t be disappointed. Disappointment can be an emotional guilt trip for a partner if they feel that they aren’t pleasing you. Leave it for a little while and bring it up again later.

If the response is positive, then there’s no need to rush out and get the gear that’s associated with your particular kink that you’d like to explore. Give it some time, discuss it with your partner and then slowly build up to it. If you’d like to be tied up, then you might want to look at buying a simple pair of novelty handcuffs before you go the full hog and buy a stylish black leather cuff set.

In this way, sometimes it’s about building up to a particular activity. Take for example, domination. Your partner might not be naturally inclined to dominate within the bedroom, so to put them in an outfit and ask them to whip you might be very intimidating for them. Think of the ‘end goal’ and start with something simple. If you’re looking to be dominated, start off by getting them to dirty talk with you, or by giving simple demands. The thing is, is that if you have decided that you are interested in a particular kink or activity, then you have obviously had some time to research it, learn it, and become accustomed to it. Your partner might not have had that opportunity and as such they will need to grow into the role. By starting with the basics, not only do you give them the chance to develop into that role, but most importantly, you will be allowing the activity to naturally develop. You, as an intimate couple, might have the goal of being dominated and whipped into submission, but as you play around with that idea you might discover new aspects and new facets of that kink which interest you both more. This is where the communication and the natural progression parts come in. As you communicate with each other, and check in with how you felt, you’ll learn more about each other and you’ll learn where you need to compromise so as you can both achieve the pleasurable satisfaction that you’re both looking for. Kink, and the development of kink, is not just about you and your pleasures, but it’s about the both of you and you interact together.

Above All Else, It Should Be Fun

Throughout the way you’re going to fail. You might fall into the corner and giggle. Don’t be disappointed by this. Porn and sex have taught us that the purpose of sexual activity is an orgasm. This is vastly incorrect, sex and intimacy have the purpose of bringing us closer together. We don’t have to orgasm to enjoy each other’s company and to develop intimacy between individuals. I dare say, some of the best experiences that I have had with my partner were the moments that we failed, because it was those moments that allowed us to communicate with each other. Good luck on your journey with Kinky Sex and BDSM.

 

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An Educational Primer on Pet Play

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Pet play is an incredibly unique and increasingly known sub culture within the BDSM, D/s and Kink lifestyle. To put it simply, and before we get into the complexity of animal play, it simply refers to one or more people acting or roleplaying as a particular animal. You are pretending to be a particular animal, and you are taking on the qualities of that animal with animal like tendencies. Typically, the animal will play a submissive role within a D/s relationship with the dominant being a human trainer or master, but there are variations of this. Most notably within situations where an animal is lacking a trainer, and ‘plays’ with other animals or by themselves. This is very common within puppy play, where a group of puppies will form a ‘pack’ and play together with or without a human trainer.

The common animals that you will see within animal play are ponies, puppies, pigs, and kittens – though there are variations of this and anyone can play a particular animal that they associate with. Bunnies, cows are less often seen within animal play, but still exist.

Why Do People Enjoy Animal Play?

Again, there are several reasons for this but we will explore the two most common reasons here.

Firstly, the idea of role playing an animal is seen as a form of escape. You can escape the role of being a human, escape the daily struggles and simply revert back to the mentality of a particular animal. Take for example a typical puppy. The only concerns that they have is food, play time, and enjoying time with their owner and these are the attributes that will be carried through when role playing a puppy. If you are seen as a cute and snuggly puppy or kitten, you don’t have to make sure that the bills are paid, or be responsible for cleaning the house. You can focus and relax on the responsibility of being a ‘mindless’ pet.

Secondly, an animal is seen as being less than human and in some cases it can reinforce the relationship between a dominant and submissive. Non-human pets are owned and are completely dependent on their owner. The owner decides when they are fed, the owner will buy their toys, and the owner will decide if they need to wear those adorable little outfits from the pet store or not. A non-human dog can’t drive themselves to the veterinarian when they need medical treatment, and they must rely on their human owners to do such things for them. The same can apply to human role playing pets and animals. It is the dominant, or the master which decides for them. There is also an aspect of humiliation within this type of play – being something less than human and being forced to potentially eat from a bowl and be led around on a leash can be humiliating for some and there might be some arousal in that.

Of course these two reasons can be separated, or they can be united. A person which views puppy play as a form of escape from the world might not be keen on the idea of a dominant and submissive lifestyle and only view it as a form of play and escape. It might not even be sexual in nature. However a person that enjoys the Dominant and Submissive aspect might play once a weekend, every once in a while of they might be more regular in their play. From there, they might be required to eat like a pet, or they may be allowed to sit at the table as a human. The possibilities, the engagement and level of being an animal varies. As it is with any form of activity within kink and BDSM – the level of engagement varies between individuals, couples and the community.

 

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How To Get Started On The Adventure Of Being A Pet

Firstly, in order to get started on the adventure of being a pet within pet play, is the most important step. You need to let your partner, significant other know that you’re interested in the idea of pet play. We’ve just read about about kink and introducing kink to your partner, so you might be able to get some ideas from that – but to do that, you’re going to need to work out precisely why you want to engage in this type of play. Do you need it as a form of escape, or are you really turned on by the idea of being dominated or having your partner submit to you? You need to have a lengthy conversation on what that’s going to entail and how you’re going to negotiate through that. This will be very helpful if you’ve already played with kink and the idea of bondage and submission, as Pet Play is only a short, hop skip and a jump to the next aspect. However, if you have never engaged with kink before, then you might have a little trouble introducing it to your partner – this is why it’s important to identify the exact aspect of pet play that you’re interested in and then build stepping stones to that. For example, if you’re looking at it for the domination then you might want to consider you or your partner becoming dominating within the bedroom without the aspect of pet play. Allowing your partner to become accustomed to that role before moving on to the next step of maybe introducing some pet play toys, or by introducing a pet play character that you can both play around with in the bedroom. This will make the transition much easier to handle than anything else.

For the most part pet play will involve someone playing the pet, and the other person playing the master and dominant. There are variations within this, especially when there are multiple pets (specifically puppies), but this might mean that you’re not going to have a very successful time. It’s dependent on your community, friends and network. Once you have reached the point where you want to discuss pet play, take it slow. One of the main things that you want to come out of the discussion is the expectations of what you both want out of play time. Does the animal/pet want to lounge around and be pet-like, or do they want to be active and annoying like an over excited pet all the time. Do they want to be ignored and left alone for the most part or do they want all your attention and devotion on them?

It’s A Fascinating Journey

It’s absolutely fascinating to discover this journey, because once you strip away the human responsibilities of an individual, you will be surprised at what lies beneath. Their personality will change when they assume the role – a serious and proper girlfriend might become rambunctious and over the top as playing a kitten, and a quiet and tame boyfriend might become the life of the party when he’s playing in a puppy. The journey itself is amazing and varies between people – however it’s important to note that the lines of communication are left open as the role will change overtime, your engagement to the role will change over time and there’s going to be moments in life where you will both need to take a break from role playing because there’s just too much going on in life. It is recommended to join a fetish community like FetiLife to find like minded individuals who are interested in the same types of interests and desires as you are.

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Stephen is a cis-gendered gay male who spends far too much time with his two cats and eating tim tams. A self-identified sex-positive advocate he cares deeply about gender equality, disabilities, sexual education and social issues. Opinionated and bold he isn't afraid to speak his mind and say what others won't. With a yearning for knowledge and experience in all things relating to sex, he is a prolific writer that has developed the content for a myriad of informative Sexual Health and Wellness websites. Stephen's articles and writings tends to focus on social issues, sexual education, queer issues and all things fetish and absurd. He comes qualified with the completion of a double Bachelor degree in Social Sciences and literature, and a Masters in Education.

The Amputee Fetish

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What an interesting, diverse and wonderful world we live in. I am a massive fan of anything inventive, unusual or even just plain funny when it comes to sex. I thought on this rainy afternoon I might search the web and delve into the world of Amputee lovers.

I could begin the post with a few “It’s just a bit of armless fun” jokes.. or “she was completely legless at the time” quips but this one is a fetish that is no joke. With quite a big following, it even warrants a section of its own in our Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres adult movie catalogues. So I thought I would do a bit of research and find out a little bit more about it. Firstly let me tell you, there are a lot of fetishes I have looked into and found very difficult to research, every google search leads back to the same old overused article. The amount of stuff I found to read about this one though was far more enlightening and is testimony to the fact that this isn’t as an unusual sexual preference as you may think.

If you fantasise about physically caressing, worshipping and spending intimate time with a stump then you might just be an “Acrotomphile”. They seek out partners with limbs missing in the same way I might seek out a partner with muscular legs. The lovers of this fetish often describe amputees as having “cute little stumps” and that they want to “rub the nub”. They love the way breasts jiggle when a girl walks with one leg. The girls describe seeing their man’s stump as a huge beautiful rigid cock. These are normal people with an individual take on the human form. Generally  don’t wish to amputate a perfectly limbed partner for their own sexual pleasure.

Then there are the slightly more unusual Amputee fetishists labelled as “Apotemnophiles”. These are defined as those that are aroused simply by the missing limb. Most ‘pretend’ to lose a limb themselves whilst some are aroused by the actual removal of a healthy limb. This may sound extreme but having delved into their online chat forums, I can only liken this desire to extreme body modification. I may wince at the thought of an innocent nipple piercing. There are a few out there willing to sacrifice much much more for their lovers or themselves. There are a few who crave the attention that a missing limb gives to such an extent that they would sacrifice one of their own and those that think nothing of removing a limb to make themselves more attractive to their partner.

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Apotemnophiles seem to be the bane of the amputee’s life on the dating scene. It seemed to be an ongoing concern for those missing limbs, that potential suitors were interested in only what was left of the body part and not the person attached to it. Girls with big boobs will relate to that!

There are other big ‘phila’ names given to other subsections of this fetish too, for instance, an “Abasophile” looks at a neck brace, crutch or wheelchair in the same way most guys look at a push up bra.

If I had lost a limb, it goes without saying I would most likely think myself less attractive and I would think the world felt the same way too. In this age of transsexuals, pansexuals, sadists and masochists, why shouldn’t an amputee enjoy a sexual following too?

Those who find limbless people attractive fall into different categories. Many view the stump as a very phallic object that they literally want to fuck or caress. Indeed, there is a far greater demand for a missing leg with a stump at the knee than missing arms, hands or feet. According to some studies that can be related to a latent homosexuality in men. More convincingly as far as I am concerned, is the age old sexual attraction people have to someone helpless or in need. This is just a more extreme version. Ideas of domination or caretaking often seem to come into play on the websites I visited while doing research. There are also some people who are simply aroused by the bizarre and abnormal.

It is wonderful that regardless of who you are or how attractive you feel you are, there is always going to be someone out there interested in you. While you may think nature has short changed you by leaving you limbless, nature also provides all the interesting people in the world that find that very thing completely desirable.

When it comes to sex, as long as it is consensual and involves mutual respect then bring it on.

 

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