The One Whose Favorite Position Is The Thigh-High Straddle

How old are you?
33

Where are you from?
brooklyn

What do you do for a living?
graphic designer

Gender?
female

Sexual Orientation?
straight

What was the biggest misconception you had about sex/sexuality when you were younger?
That you were a whore if you were a women who knew how to tell your partner how you wanted to be fucked.

If you could give any piece of advice to your younger self what would it be?
Be more aggressive sexually.

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If you could give any piece of advice to your future older self what would it be?
Be more aggressive sexually.

What are you scared of?
Being rejected intimately.

What makes you the most comfortable in bed?
Being with someone whom I have an intimate connection with.

What is something you feel pressured to enjoy but don't actually?
Anal.

If forced to choose, what's the single best moment of sex?
Three seconds before I cum. It's that moment when I am so close to cuming and my eyes are locked on my lover. I am so wet, sweaty and breathing heavy. That look that crosses his face when he knows I am about to orgasm from him- I love that moment.

What's your favorite position?
The thigh-high straddle.

What's something people would be surprised to hear turns you on?
A hard spanking. Hard enough that a stinging red hand print remains. Firm pull of my hair from the nape of my neck (but a good handful). Threesome porn.

What's something on your sexual wish list you haven't tried yet, and why haven't you tried it?
I really want to go to a glory hole… I haven't because I also think it has such a high potential to be incredibly gross.

What's the first movie scene that ever turned you on?
I honestly don't know… Maybe Boogie Nights when Marky Mark does his first porn scene with Julianne Moore.

Time to give yourself a pat on the back: what are you best at in bed?
I really love giving head.

In honor of our motto, what does "claim your pleasure" mean to you?
To take control of my sexual fulfillment.


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