I'm a girl in my mid-20s living in a large city. After listening to some of your older podcasts, I decided to hop on Craigslist to see if there were any boys that might like to buy my used undies. I posted a few ads and got tons of responses. Money has been tight, so why not? I met up with a guy and exchanged a pair for $50. Score! I went home and replied to a few more and met another guy the next morning for another $50. Both guys seemed nice, and I felt exhilarated after I walked away. But once I got home, I was extremely paranoid about the risk of being followed. I was up most of the night and constantly looking out the windows to make sure no one was there. My boyfriend is OK with me doing this; he just wants me to be safe about it. I think I was pretty safe. I set up a separate e-mail account, and I met them in public in the daytime. My boyfriend offered to go with me to meet these guys and hang back where he wouldn't be seen. I'm fine with this, but we work different schedules, so it's not realistic. And I don't think having someone with me would ease my concern about being followed home. I looked into the sites that allow you to sell the goods online and mail them, but those don't really work for me. You have to pay to use all of those sites. You also have to pay to set up a P.O. box and have a way to accept payments. (PayPal also displays some of your personal info.) I don't really have a lot of time to dedicate to selling my panties. I just want to do it every once in a while for some spare cash. So is there anything else I could do to feel a little safer? Will this paranoid feeling go away after a few interactions? Or is my brain trying to tell me that I'm not cut out for this kind of thing? And exactly how dangerous is this?
Pensive And New To Intense Exciting Salaciousness
There are thousands of women out there selling their used panties online, and you never read about one being stalked or murdered by a collector, PANTIES, but the news is full of stories of women being murdered by their boyfriends and husbands. I don't mean to downplay the risks — or play fast and loose with the math (there are tens of millions of women with boyfriends and husbands) — and most women who sell their panties online aren't meeting their customers face-to-face. But if you don't want to go the website route, here's how you can sell your panties in person more safely: Get the Uber app on your phone and order a car after you make a sale. Having a driver drop you a mile away will cost you $5 or $10, PANTIES, but the peace of mind will be worth the price.
I'm a 23-year-young woman, and I've been with my boyfriend for more than five years. We have a toddler together. We are best friends, and I love him very much. However, when we got together, I hadn't had many partners and he'd already been around the block. And now he's just not doing it for me in the bedroom. The things that used to make my toes curl now just make them twitch a little. I think I want to have sex with other people. It's not that I'm not sexually attracted to my boyfriend anymore. I just want something different. But I don't want to break up with my boyfriend. I love him and I love our family. I'm just too damn horny. What do I do?
She's Horny And Growing
You start by telling your boyfriend that the things you've been doing in bed for five years — the shit that used to curl your toes — isn't doing it for you anymore. Tell him you don't want to break up, tell him you're still attracted to him, but also tell him you're bored by your routine. Get to work on expanding your repertoire, developing some new moves, and sharing your fantasies. One fantasy you can toss on the table: your desire to have sex with other people. If he's opposed, SHAG, ask him how he feels about you two being with other people together, e.g., threesomes, sex parties and swingers clubs.
My fiancée and I have a lovely GGG relationship. Recently, we discovered a shared fantasy of unconscious sex — basically, one of us would be unconscious while the other would do whatever they like. Both of us are interested in both roles. Our question is how we go about fulfilling this fantasy. Are there safe ways to put each other to sleep?
GGG To ZZZ
Try C-SPAN. If C-SPAN doesn't work, try golf — playing it, watching it, reading about it. If golf doesn't work, try Ambien.
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