Dear E. Jean: I'm a happily married thirtysomething woman with a very satisfying sex life. However, I want to try sex with a woman. Not a specific woman—in fact, better for it to be completely anonymous, as I don't want a relationship or any kind of ongoing "thing. The problem is: I don't want my husband involved, as he'd act like a year-old boy about it. I love him and he's awesome, but I just want a one-off, private experiment. Pull Off, My Pimento: I'm trying to imagine what my answer would be if you'd asked about wanting to "try sex" with another man who's not your husband, and I am startled to find that I believe it would be exactly the same: I wish for you to experience as many pleasures as possible. Indeed, what is life if not one long "private experiment"?
I told her I thought we would end up making out
Experimenting with someone of the same sex is thankfully less taboo than it's ever been. And according to a survey from the sex toy company Adam and Eve, 30 percent of women have done just that. And 19 percent of men surveyed said they've experimented with other men. In honor of Pride Month, we asked readers of all different sexual orientations about their first same-sex encounters. Here are their stories:. Having been struggling with my own sexuality, I boldly told her that I thought we would end up making out.
I took a chance and kissed her
Your first time having lesbian sex , or girl-on-girl slash vulva-on-vulva sex, can be pretty nerve racking and daunting. No matter how confident you are, or how much lesbian porn you've watched which FYI, is not realistic AT ALL all vaginas are different and like to stimulated in different ways. So if you're in need of some tips on how to have sex with a girl or vulva-having person, here's what you need to know - from how to beat the nerves, to which lesbian sex positions to try.
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