I Never Knew What Great Sex Was Until…


Before I continue right where I left off from the last article, there are a few things I need to say that women should never take for granted:

* The bliss of vacation sex… never, and I mean NEVER conk out early on a hotel bed otherwise, you’ll never be invited again.
* The upper-body strength of men—hey, I’m a feminist, but that couch ain’t gonna move itself
* Your fertile years… yea-yea, I know it’s un-P.C. to say so, but it’s true
* The great guy who never takes YOU for granted
* Your partner’s sex face… it may not be pretty, but at least you know he’s satisfied
* Fork me, spoon me… get the picture?
* Slightly dirty text messages throughout the day—it’s all about the buildup (see other article regarding this)
* And lastly, the Trojan Vibrating Ring. Fun and orgasm inducing.

You know, I’ve got to say, I never really knew what great sex was until… I stopped trying to be sexy. That’s right. I thought that good sex relied on fundamentals like: steamy glares, artful hair whipping, and a myriad of passionate cries of ecstasy. And believe me, I had it all down to a science until I got serious with my now husband of 28 years. Prior to that, other guys had either enjoyed the show or were just too wrapped up in their own show to care about my pleasure. And ladies, especially you women with long hair; be very careful about whipping your hair around. Things might go awry and you might knock yourself unconscious; he will laugh at you, because now the act is more slapstick burlesque than sexual art.

Most men, believe it or not, espouse the virtues of simple, unadorned pleasure; they prefer true intimacy and bliss. So this is not the time to start stressing about whether your ass is well built or did you wax enough “down there” or if your breasts are sagging or not. Then there’s the smell factor: how one smells in bed could be a deal breaker. After a shower or bath, women tend to smother their natural scent with sprays and oils. This ritual has marred many a sex lives. First of all, if you spritz “down there” with perfume, it will irritate and burn your partner, especially if he’s not wearing a condom. And since you know that your partner will be “putting in work” by “going down” on you; you start worrying if “eau de stink” is wafting from your nether regions, so you spray “down there” with perfume… damn near killing him because he’s ingesting the perfume; and/or his attempts are met with locked legs. Ladies, simply let your inhibitions go. Inhale deeply, and savor the musk of your mingling scents.

And don’t forget to scream for me, okay?

A.G. Thornton is a writer an author of FAMILY, FRIENDS, HUSBANDS and LOVERS… THE BEST OF ENEMIES


  1. I think women start to have great sex as they age. When we are young we believe our bodies are for the enjoyment of men. But as we age we learn better. We learn that sex is a two way street and that we should get just as much pleasure as men. I know sex in my twenties was totally unfulfilling. But at about the age of 30 my whole mindset changed and for the better. If I could give women any advice it would be to take charge of your orgasm while you are young. Tell men what you want. Show them. Teach them. Don’t just lay there moaning playing to their egos like I did for so many years 😆

  2. I’ve always enjoyed sex…well, since I’ve been married. I’m sure I didn’t enjoy it before because my partners and I were young and inexperienced. Being open, free, and letting everything go helps enjoyment. I used to feel a little vulnerable during sex, so it made me tense up.

  3. Is there such a thing as great sex? I didn’t know or hadn’t realized that. I’ll definitely take your advice when I find a man.

  4. I had to get 47 years old and dogged out by 2 black husbands and countless other black men to finally accept love from a white man, and now we been in this hot bed of bless for 13 beautiful years!!! We are made for each other. And we aint having children or getting married and mess up this beautiful thing we have. It is straight FIRE!

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