Started watching the new TV series Pitch about the first female major league baseball player. It’s way good and she’s way hot. I’m publically admitting here that I have dreams of making love with her every night after I watch another episode. Of course, I respect her as a person and everything is consensual. The best part is that she wants me, too. Unfortunately I keep waking up before we do it. If I can get further next time, I’ll be sure to let you know what we did to each other.
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I’m rereading Wilhelm Reich’s The Function Of The Orgasm. If you don’t know him, he was a contemporary of Freud in pre world war 2 Germany who improved on psychoanalysis. According to him anyway. His theory of psychic health is based on the concep that all mental problems are the result of sexual disturbances which we all have. Then and now he writes, society surpresses the natural flow of sexual energy (he was way into that, calling it orgone) in both children and adults. That retards the flow of life force energy which makes people incapable of living a free life, feee of authoritarian control. Of course he was strongly influenced by Naziism and emigrated to the US to get away from it. Interesting to relate his theories to the American electorate choosing a patriarch (Trump) over Hilary.
There’s something so special about making love in nature. The trees give me connection, the sun gives me life, the earth gives me support, the stars shine little pin pricks of brilliance. But self-pleasuring under the supermoon flooded me and drank my sexual energy. I’m a devoted disciple of the Moon Goddess. When I tune into her, she’s so bright and strong and has such a powerful effect on me.
We welcome anyone and everyone to our new TantraAtTahoe.com Orgasmic Sex Discussion Board.
We’re hoping to start a rousing dialogue about our sex lives. Of course, most people are pretty shy about sharing what they do in bed. Or what was done to them. But why not extend honesty and transparency where all lovers need it most? Being open about desire, turn-on, and all kinds of sex acts, though not commonplace, is a much healthier way to be. Those who engage consciously get more excited, have more better orgasms, and become way better lovers. And you can be anonymous here, right? (Except for us, because we’re real.) So let’s all be straight and explicit about what pleasure we give to ourselves and each other. With mutual consent, all kinds of sex are fun. And don’t leave out your dreams and fantasies.
Here’s my first little post…
I had a dream last night about an ex-lover who snubbed me the last time I saw her at sexuality conference. We’ve had some great marathon sex sessions in years past and I’d love more. But she’s too busy looking for Mr. Right I think. Anyway, in the dream she was coming on to me and I was jazzed (not jizzed). We were looking for a place to do it and then, damn, I woke up. With any luck we’ll make love in my dreams tonight and I’ll let you know the juicy bits tomorrow. But I’ve got a hot date with my wife tonight and I might crash and sleep like a rock. Either way, it’s all good, right?
Our explicit adult online forum is designed for openly sharing your erotic encounters and getting answers to your burning sexual questions about orgasms and more. Here we post our experiences and dilemmas. Hopefully you’ll do the same. Did you have a great time last night? A lousy time? A troubling time? What went right? What went wrong? Tell us in graphic detail. We want to know and help.
This isn’t porno, it’s an informational message board and interactive sex education blog. Freely post your questions and we’ll do our best to answer them. And we invite comments from anyone else, too. This way we can all learn to be more open about this vital part of everyone’s life. We can all find out what’s working for others and what isn’t.
Unfortunately, most of our society is pretty strait-laced about discussing our sex lives. But keeping silent can affect your sexual pleasure and your orgasms, keep you from learning all the juicy things your body can do, and severely limit how much pleasure you can give your partner(s). Staying quiet about sex perpetuates ignorance and commonly believed myths that just aren’t true. It can even affect your health and lead to unwanted pregnancies.
We’re hoping to start a rousing dialogue about our sex lives. Of course, most people are pretty shy about sharing what they do in bed. Or what was done to them. We know that talking about sex can be awkward. But the more you do it, the easier it gets and the better your sex life gets. Few of us had comprehensive and meaningful sex education. Few of us came away from that first talk about sex with our parents (if we even had one) knowing anything more than we already did and feeling any better. Here you can share anything that’s on your mind whether you think it’s too simple or too “out there.” No judgments about right and wrong are allowed.
Research has shown that people who are real, honest, and straightforward about making love get more excited, have better orgasms, and become way better lovers. You may not be used to being so upfront about your desires, turn-ons, and sex acts, but once you get used to it, it will be more fun and much healthier for you and your lover(s).
So this blog is our effort to help all kinds of people be more open about sex. Plus, you can be anonymous in our online blog, right? (Except for us, Somraj and Jeffre, because we’re real.)
We invite you to be as candid as you can about the pleasure you give to yourself and each other. Basically, anything that you genuinely want to share or want to know is OK. You can post straight and LGBTQ stories and issues, vanilla or kinky, or anything else that floats your cork. And please don’t leave out your dreams and fantasies.
We dream about a place where all kinds of sex with mutual consent are fun and celebrated. Will you help us make that a reality by joining in?