bi-curious  

duststormdiva 51F
7253 posts
5/16/2005 11:51 am

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bi-curious


I went to a party the other night with a very good friend of mine. I had heard that she had at one time experienced a lesbian encounter; however, I have never asked her about it. I am bi-curious and very discreet with my curiosity. Anyway, at the party, there was only one guy there, and most of us thought he was hot. He kissed all of us, that was pretty cool.

My friend and him went into the bedroom and had a little fun, and then when they were done she called for me and said he wanted me next. She was totally naked, and has a most beautiful body. Oh yes, he was naked too. He said he wanted us both, and she KISSED me!! I was drunk enough to just go with the flow. The three of us messed around a little bit, but I was too nervous to touch her. Sure we kissed many times, but to actually touch those beautiful breasts of hers ... I just could not do it.

Well, Romeo was not the soldier we thought he was. I really don't think he managed to penetrate either of us. It's not that he was itty bitty, but I honestly feel the man is a virgin, and still was by the end of the night.

All I can think about is her breasts, and how beautiful they are. Her body is gorgeous, and her skin is so soft. We talked about our little experience later, because we don't want anything to come between our awesome friendship. I think we are both comfortable with our experience with each other. I'd like to take it a bit farther, and explore her body with my mouth.

DustStormDiva



purejoy4fem 46F/44F
682 posts
5/16/2005 12:36 pm

Your first time should be without a man present as that may cause a little discomfort in doing what you want to do. Never do anything without being comfortable


duststormdiva 51F
6854 posts
5/16/2005 8:14 pm

purejoy, thanks for the advice. I'd like to be sober too. Sometimes being drunk unwise choices are made, and I don't want that.

DustStormDiva


lickyourpassion 44M
174 posts
5/17/2005 7:31 pm

I agree completely. Be U, and don't do something just because. Always make sure you are comfortable with your decisions. And whatever you decide, you can respect it because it was Your Choice. You seem pretty damn sensible. That's cool. Nuff respect.


duststormdiva 51F
6854 posts
5/18/2005 6:24 pm

lickyourpassion, thanks for the advice and encouragement. I have lived my life for the past years by being comfortable with my decisions, because I am no longer going to feel guilty for my choices.

DustStormDiva


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