Do women talk about sex
Gather together a group of married women anywhere — the office, a restaurant, a party — and they will get to talking about everything from kids and work to books and movies. You may even have the rare occasion when women will discuss bodily functions and whether or not they are correctly functioning. There are always some exceptions to the rule, of course. There are a couple of reasons. The quality and the quantity of sex are expected to be a lower priority.
Maisie Williams. Age: 31. You will not be disappointed! I am greedy for sex, wild and unstoppable. My energy will drive you crazy. I will moan, squirm and make me want my body more and more. Dive with me in the sea of debauchery and lust. Be my bad boy and I will be your bad girl. I will squeeze you to the last drop, but even then I will hardly calm down. I will dress as you wish, I like stockings and heels.
College age women reported talking about sex and sex-related topics with their best friend more than men did in a recent Penn State study and the researchers say these different communications styles could set men and women up for mismatched expectations about conversations with their partner in a romantic relationship. Eva S. Lefkowitz, assistant professor of human development and family studies who directed the study, says, "In our study, women not only reported talking more about sex and sex-related topics with their best friend but also reported being more comfortable doing so than did the men. These findings suggest that when men and women get into a relationship they come from different sexual communication experiences on two levels - frequency and comfort. This mismatch may explain some of the differences and problems that other researchers have identified in marital communication. Her co-author is Heather Petterson, former Penn State undergraduate.
Ana de Armas. Age: 25. My sensual caressing body groans with desire and passion. My bosom, exuding juices of life-giving moisture, calls you to know what we often know only in our sweet fantasies.
The ritual begins in high school, in bedrooms, one girl hugging a teddy bear to her chest as she talks, the other drawing graffiti on her blue jeans while she listens. As adults, women continue the tradition—while drinking champagne at marble-topped bars, sweating in saunas together, or walking down snowy city streets. The transcripts are funny, when they're not sad. As complicated as quantum physics, or as simple as strawberry pie.
Pretty much any out-of-the-ordinary request, fetish, or sex move will be discussed and debated in great detail. No judgements, but A strange pain, awkward spotting, or bodily fluids that you can't entirely explain.