WARNING: Explicit Content Ahead (18+ suggested)
In DC, there is a taboo around sharing your sexual fantasies openly. Whether we are ashamed of themselves or worried what others may think, there is a wall that’s built around each and every one of this. Because of this, it’s easy to feel alone and to wonder if you are the only one who thinks about sex the way that you do.
We wanted to break down these barriers by calling all DC residents to submit your fantasies, wet dreams, and sexual urges to our blog. We want to bring people together – to let you know that there is nothing wrong with being a sexual being!
In posts like this one, we will feature the sexual musings of a real DC resident, and then provide resources available in DC to keep you happy, healthy, and sexy 😜 (because, as you know, your sexual health is our Number One Priority).
Let’s dive right in:
I’m at a club and a DJ is spinning in the corner. The bass is low and shakes the walls while a ton of people move on the dance floor. I’ve had a few drinks but still feel alert enough to scope the crowd for a one-night fling. My eyes move from a leather jacket to a mini skirt to lips covered in black lipstick. I wonder how it’ll look on my neck. She locks eyes with me, dancing with a confidence I can only dream of. She wastes no time, cutting through the crowd to stand in front of me, her heels inches away from my feet.
She whips around, placing her body squarely against mine. We begin moving together to the beat, every swing of her hips digging harder into me. Her arms snake around my sides, grabbing and squeezing and it almost hurts — but I like it. I gently touch her to see how she reacts, and she pushes even harder into me. I let my hands explore her body, and she looks back and nods at me in approval.
We find our mouths coming together, fast and hot. She whips around and flings her arms around me, pulling me tightly as our tongues explore each other’s mouths. The music seems to fade away and the crowd of people don’t seem to matter anymore – we’re in our own world. She stops kissing me briefly to take my hand and place the tips of my fingers on her lips, then pulls it down to stop at the hem of her skirt. She pulls my head closer with her other hand and asks if I’ll finger her. I want to but need a little more privacy. We head towards the one-stall toilets down the stairs.
We’ve barely gotten the lock secured before her hands are ripping at my clothes again. This time she doesn’t ask – she pulls my hand down and I begin to rub, first slowly and then faster, with greater urgency. By the time I’ve slipped my fingers in, she’s moaning and wet (two very positive signs!). There’s not much else to say, honestly… Let’s just say that by the end of it all, we’re both incredibly satisfied 💦
Wow! Firstly, thank you for being so open about a fantasy of yours! We feel like your thoughts will resonate with a lot of our readers. A few notes from our team:
- Getting more confidence from drinks can feel very empowering, but just make sure that you are keeping track of how much you’ve ingested. Increased alcohol in the system can affect your decision-making abilities
- We think it’s great that you took your activities to a more private area when they intensified because consent is not necessarily required from just the two of you – when you’re in a public space, you must also consider the consent of the individuals around you. Being mindful is a great way to make sure that everyone enjoys their evening!
- Though you didn’t go into detail, we just want to remind you that there are several methods of protection available in DC. Explore PrEP, the pill the prevent HIV here. Order free condoms here (only available to DC residents). Explore FC2, the internal condom here.
That’s it! Thank you again for having the courage to share your story. If you would like to submit your thoughts, please fill out our survey and include that you would like to submit a story in the “What are we missing?” section.
NOTE: This blog is meant to reflect the feelings of an individual and do not necessarily reflect the opinions, viewpoints, or beliefs of sexualbeing.org. SexualBeing in no way encourages illegal activity or harmful behavior.