Sometimes I just want to get fucked. Seriously. I crave the sensation of a guy’s hard penis gliding inside my crevices. I love it when men know exactly how to handle and touch me in a way that makes me feel desired. Whether it’s on my ass, the small of my back, my neck or inside my vagina, I like how men’s strong hands & fingers feel when they touching my body. And, oh my goodness, how much do I love erections?! Looking at a firm tube of flesh (or discretely feeling the bulge through a clothed man’s trousers as he presses again me), is like experiencing several inches stand at attention while crying out to me: “Heeeeeey, Twanna, I am aroused and I want to enter your body.” I. Love. That. Screwing. Boinking. Getting nailed to my mattress as the full weight of his masculinity rubs against me and I grew hotter, hornier, wetter. Sex for fuck’s sake. Literally. Like, you know, when I’m into a guy & we’re dating, I have sex because I like it and it feels good. Who doesn’t like it? Weeelll ….
I recently read about University of Texas at Austin psychologists Cindy Meston and David Buss’ book, “Why Women Have Sex.” Published this week, it’s getting a lot of press because they claim there are exactly 237 reasons women have sex — most of which have very little to do with pleasure. The Daily Mail, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Fox News, Newsweek, and others are all gossiping about this, but one piece caught my attention in particular. CNN‘s coverage. Here, watch their video:
In the article that accompanies the clip above, CNN mentions — of the authors’ approximately 1,000 interviewees — “about 80 percent of the women said they were in a relationship at the time.” They close with this observation / excerpt: A 26-year-old heterosexual woman wrote, “When I was single, I had sex for my own personal pleasure. Now that I am married, I have sex to please my husband. My own pleasure doesn’t seem as important as his. I believe he feels the same way.” Unfortunately, she’s not alone. In the movie above, the woman with the cute accent proudly admitted: “A lot of times when you don’t want to do it, you do it just to pleasure your partner … Because you don’t want to disappoint them.” Her dude stood by her side in agreement.
Um, what the hell? I don’t care if you’re a man, woman or other: If you’re seeing, dating or married to someone who thinks your needs aren’t nearly as important as theirs, that’s not just a sex issue. That’s a relationship problem that likely manifests itself in many ways — not just the bedroom. Thank god CNN highlighted the married woman who confessed, although she’d been married two years, she never felt is was her “duty” to have sex. Couldn’t agree with her more. Here are a couple questions for you; feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments section below: (1) Do you think married women feel a greater sense of obligation to have sex than single women do? (2) Male and female Funky Brown Chick readers — whether you’re married or single — tell me why do YOU have sex?