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Tongue Is The New Cock

I am a High School teacher (Female) and I teach a sex education class (all girls, no boys). I observe the girls at our school and I am struck at how aggressive the girls are with boys. I handed out an anonymous questionnaire (standard from the state approved curriculum) and I was pleasantly surprised to see how many girls were still virgins. Nonetheless, most of them marked down that they do  engage in oral sex with their boyfriends, with (and get this) the girls more likely being on the receiving end. Although a rather high number marked that they had given oral, the number was higher for the number of girls that had received oral sex.

I was recently talking to one of my students, an intelligent sixteen-year-old girl that has a bright future. She really has her head on straight and she takes Advanced Placement classes and is a straight “A” student. I was asking her about her and her friend’s dating habits. She was very open with me and rather mature beyond her years.

She told me that it’s not uncommon for girls her age to dominate their boyfriends. She has been in a relationship for over a year now and she told me that she is unquestionably the leader of the relationship and sex is all about her. She pointed out that she was not alone. She told me that it was normal for girls her age to pressure their dates into “going down on them”. She told me that she knew several girls, herself included, who intended to save sex for marriage and are very happy confining sex to cunnilingus. I asked her if most of her friends “went down on boys?” She said a few but most did not. She did not. This really blew me away.

I am not sure what to think about this but I can’t help but believe that this is positive. While it would be preferable that high school students not engage in any sex, I think that is becoming unrealistic with all the peer pressure and the constant bombardment of sexual images in the media and popular culture. These kids have raging hormones and it is very hard for them to abstain. However, I see a positive trend in the number of girls that are saying no to intercourse. I also think it shows something about the societal evolution you talk about in that these girls are pressuring their boyfriends to go down on them but they may not necessarily return the favor. Maybe it’s the feminist in me, but I believe this is a positive development.

Christine

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7.18.2018 Evening

I’m a 44 year old married male who has a very active imagination. My desire for nylons and high heels is just as insatiable as my desire for sex.

One of the things I enjoy is B&W photography depicting many different forms of erotica.

Different days bring different desires.

I wish my wife would understand my desires.

James – in Philadelphia

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6.28.2018

The idea of worshiping women and lifting them on a pedestal higher than anything else in their lives is certainly not new. Many men seem to gravitate towards thinking of women as something divine that they must worship and look up to. Today, however this female worship has an entirely new meaning in the context of gender equality and feminism and I want to take a look at it more closely…

Female worship is not a formal practice that you’ll find much written about.  That doesn’t mean it has no meaning.  I consider female worship the pattern of behavior that leads men in particular to treat a woman or sometimes all women undeservedly as something greater than human. The key word here is undeservedly.

Of course, treating anyone as greater than human is not good because it’s obviously false. But what makes female worship stand out is that there seems to be no real connection between the woman’s true virtues and the worship that she receives from men. She is just worshiped for being a woman. I call it undeserved because being female is no more a virtue than being male. As blatantly obvious as that sentence may be, it’s amazing how many men can’t seem to get away from female worship and don’t even want to…

Paige Harrison

 

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Hello world!

I am Paige Harrison, a Chicago based author and Life Coach who coined the term “Female-Led” as a relationship lifestyle in 2004.  My previous web site was active until 2009 when I decided to focus my efforts on other activities. 

I am now back with a new web site that will be focused on my FLR writings and several upcoming new books which you will be able to purchase later this summer through this website and through Amazon. 

You can contact me directly via email at Paige@Paige-Harrison.com

I look forward to renewing old acquaintances and making new ones.

Paige Harrison – Chicago