Her husband is away, so we have the place to ourselves for a week. Over Thanksgiving, I confided in my sister about my loneliness. ” What is the term for someone who loves no one and is loved by no one? I’ve kissed women at various gay bars I’ve visited while traveling for work. I arrive at my sister’s apartment and she has wine ready. I’m really wet and when she puts her fingers inside me, I come right away. We smoked cigarettes last night, her apartment is gross, and I just feel terrible.
I told her I truly did not know what to do about it. ” It’s not the first time a family member has tried to get me to confess to some closeted love life. One girl and I hooked up back at my hotel room and she gave me the best orgasm of my life by going down on me. She says she has one condition: She’ll hand over the wine if I hand over my i Phone. I literally can’t keep my eyes open so I give my sister permission to line up anyone and anything to keep us busy for the next week. We drank two bottles of wine and now we’re back at her place, which frankly is not that nice — and she has roommates. I hope I can orgasm again, but I’ve never been a multiple-orgasm girl. I kiss Shana on the cheek good-bye and basically run out. My sister is up waiting for the scoop on both Shana and Peter.
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I’m one of those people who, when pressed, identifies as bi, but far more often says I’m gay.
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