I am not usually a writer of R18 pieces, but I just want to explore this world a bit. I have been having a hard time trying to reconcile these two scenarios; “Sex while dating & Sex in marriage”, Which is more fun? The thinking is that once you get married, the sex gets boring.
Sex while dating is quite familiar with majority of us all (I use “majority” because I’ll assume YOU are still a virgin). What it all involves, the kissing, the caressing, the blow job/head, then the sex. The wildness that comes with it.
I have come across some girls who have said they are not going to give any guy a bj for no reason whatsoever and they won’t collect too, and I’m like why? They come up with all sorts of excuses, most mainly STD related, And I’m like, you’re scared of getting STDs from bj but you’re not scared about getting it from sex… Issorai. I *yimu* at them.
The guy at that point is free to explore any style with the girl, he could smack her without thinking. The sex is more spontaneous.
Back to my comparing, the part I am trying to reconcile is, do married couples still have passionate sex like the youths? The belief is that you get more of corporate sex when married. Won’t the woman want to be fucked like a wife, not girlfriend? Something like “have respectful sex with me and stop smacking my ass”. You see married women everyday looking calm and serious ( I am sticking to women now because men will be men). They don’t look like they do all those stuffs above. I mean its easier to imagine a single girl giving u a head than a married woman’s facial expression.
The thought that comes to my head is that as you bring out your johnny for a woman to take in, she goes “shey ori bobo yii o pe nii” (is this guy’s head not correct ni). Its still an ongoing battle in my head trying to reconcile that.
That another issue is, At what age will all these sort of escapades stop? 40? 50?.
Plus!, do married couples really explore sex toys? If your husband bought you a vibrator, would you take it AND USE IT, or jst keep it away?
Well, if you are married and you feel you can help enlighten the unmarried ones, you’re much welcome. Anonymous comments are allowed. And no hearsays please, and no quoting of Funmi Akingbade’s corner for us here.