"Casey, are you sure you can do this?"
"Ben, to be honest I'm not sure, but I'm willing to give it a try. So, what movie did you pick for our 'research' project?"
"I went for one of the classics and one of my all time personal favorites – “Deep Throat” with Linda Lovelace. The plot is about a woman whose clitoris is in her throat. She can only have a climax when she is deep throating a man's cock and the bigger the cock the better. Ooops, I'm sorry - does the word cock offend you?"
"No Ben, the word cock doesn't offend me, but I'm curious as to why this movie is considered a classic."
"Casey, you're kidding me right? Hasn't any man every talked to you about how much we men love to receive oral sex? Notice that I didn't say give oral sex."
"Ben, to be honest no. Good girls and ladies don't talk about sucking cock with their husbands or SO's.
"Huh, why not?"
"It's just not considered proper talk for good girls and ladies. It's considered crude, and when one is raised with such morals, it's hard to break such habits."
"So a couple can/should be able to talk about anything, except sex. Is that what you're saying? Casey, you must realize how crazy that sounds. Is it ok for women to talk about sex and porn among themselves?"
"On the contrary, I believe that everyone should be able to discuss sex with their partners. I think society needs to change so that we aren't teaching our children that lack of communication with our partners is bad. There is much that I would love to be able to discuss with my partner, but my raising has rendered me unable to feel comfortable discussing it with him. As for women being able to discuss sex and porn, I believe that it should be ok. Not necessarily directly about our own sex lives as such, but that is where we learn, by talking to others."
"Casey, I get it, but.... Oh my god, look at that. Did you see how she swallowed that guy's whole cock? I'm sorry, I've watched this movie at 'least' a dozen times and I still get excited every time.
It amazes me at how much some women can take. I don't know how they seem to switch off the gag reflex and take that much in.
As for society, it is up to us as individuals, of course. It will take a while, I think, before society, as a whole, is more accepting of talking about sex. It's private, yes, but it's natural.
And I definitely agree, if we can't be up front and open at the beginning, it is difficult to talk about desires later on in a relationship. The longer it goes on, the harder it becomes as well.
Something I can tell him? Well this is interesting. This isn't exactly something I can't tell him, but I often do prefer to take the dominant role but I feel embarrassed about it. I feel uncomfortable being the one in control for fear that it might be unwelcome, though I know it would be extremely appreciated. How about yourself? Is there something that you feel you can't say or do with your SO?"
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