November 24, 2005
Sincere thanks to the creators of this beautiful site. Clearly, this
site shows the difference between erotic and pornographic pictures.
These are beautifully erotic and truly "fantastic" in the real sense
of the word.
I married my ex-wife when we were 20 (in the '60s) and we knew next to nothing about real sexuality. We had been married 5 years before I first went down on her. With my lips, I found hers, the inner ones loose and about an inch long. I could alternately suck and lightly blow on them, forcing them into and out of my mouth rapidly, a sensation she loved. I would then intermix this with a few licks directly on her clit. We even did a 69 once, and I recall the thrill of feeling her lick me more passionatly each time I found her most sensitive place. I, in turn, would speed up my licking each time her toungue found my most sensitive spot. This beautiful exploration and manifestation of our love came to an abrupt end when our church declared oral sex forbidden. (Then, we were cowed into obediance; today I would tell them "none of your 'fucking' business what happens in our bedroom.")
While my new wife has very small labia, she has good orgasms almost every time we have sex. What really matters, more than the size of her labia, is the woman's state of mind and her opinion of herself as a sexual being. If a woman feels sexy, she will respond to physical lovemaking, and it is that response, the firm nipples, the bucking hips, the soft moans, the desire to deep kiss, the scratching of fingernails on the man's back; these are the things that make sex so exciting for a man. (In fact, I usually climax only if my wife does, I find her orgasm that erotic.) If these signs of arousal are present, then large labia are just more frosting on the cake.
What this and other similar sites are accomplishing is to show that human sexuality is a huge (I'll argue the most important) component of our being. It is nothing to hide and nothing to feel ashamed about. Equally important is the education about the human body and the endless variety of ways people express and explore their sexuality.
Viva le labia!
Wow, what a collection of wisdom and truths in your letter! Definitely one to revisit once in a while.
I am against any religion that tries to dictate people's behavior in the bedroom. If there is a god then he or she is the one who blessed us with the capacity to experience these fantastic sensations of love and of sexual ecstasy. They go hand in hand. Trying to outlaw either one is like a slap in god's face. Just imagine the irony of it, a priest forbidding you to have oral sex with the woman you love, while an hour earlier he might have forced his alter boys to give him blowjobs in the church basement!