Human sexuality – beautiful, confusing, pleasurable, fun, stressful, rewarding…….even bruising.
It’s time for another Kim Saga story, (or as she’s known here, her alias name Sheila). When we left off in the last story, it was the Fall of 1975. There was much more action in the summer, fall and winter of that year. This chapter is mostly the Fall and Winter, late 75. What is it about hormones that drives teenagers nuts, (or adults for that matter). Oh, by the way, if Sheila’s mom has stumbled onto this story, leave. Go watch a video on Facebook, one featuring cute kittens or something like that. This story shouldn’t be read by parents. Gone now? Ok, where was I? Continue reading
Hello Reader, when last we met, I had lost my virginity (read me). It was eleventh grade, 1975. We were in love and now we had had a taste of sex. Our first time was great. We weren’t nervous or too shy, everything felt like it was meant to be. It was as if we had done the deed many times before…no, that was yet to come. We were young and we were brave. We’ve all been there in some form or fashion; there would be no consequences to our risky actions. When’s round two? Continue reading
She Came in Through the Bathroom Window (OK, so really it was me and it was a bedroom window)……
Well, I had done it. At least that’s what I had told my girlfriend. I had indeed found the mystical blue condom. It was just a ploy, a game. We both knew that. Our hormones were running rampant, (mine were setting land speed records). The question now was when and where. Continue reading
In the last episode of the continuing Kim Saga sub-story, we learned that teenagers can be sneaky (read me). (We didn’t know that before, did we.) In that story, Kim sent me on an expedition, an exploration, a clandestine Indiana Jones quest. The goal? To find the secret location for the blue prophylactic condom. Continue reading
In the last ‘Kim story’, I finally worked up the courage to tell Kim that I loved her. If you are new and would like to get up to speed, there is a Category named “Kim Saga”. Merely find the “Categories” somewhere on this page your are reading and then select this category. One of the things I immediately loved and was attracted to in Kim was her sense of adventure, her lust for life. You know the old adage about walking a mile in another person’s shoes? Well, at pretty much the same age, both of us had experienced life threatening events. I was hit by a school bus (read me) and she had open heart surgery. Yes, open heart surgery; way back in the early 60’s as a little girl, with a pioneer surgeon, it was a complete success. No doubt our own personal experiences played a major role in shaping our psyche and influencing our behaviors. Both of us are what I would describe as very determined and long term goal oriented. We are grateful for what we have and we recognize the beauty of life itself. We have a few sharp differences, but what we have in common is much stronger than our differences. Continue reading