I'm a veteran, lived all around the world like to have my limits challenged, like to write all kinds of erotica and stories based on my personal experiences. I'm twice divorced and have 2 boys.
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As we all know, gun ownership in the U.S. is a volatile subject. When incidents such as the shooting today causes peoples emotions to rise to the surface,(rightfully so) and people tend to rage over situations. The thing is, we tend to look for the simple solution as in taking away all guns to prevent future tragedies. The solution is not that simple. We have to look at ourselves as a nation, and ask the question what are we doing that creates an atmosphere that lets us feel that violence is the answer. There are countries around the world that allow the private ownership of weapons and do not have the problems that we are having. Why is that? I think that we have to look at the aggressive culture that we have embraced in this country. Between the ultra violent videogames and movies, and the notion that if we are slighted in the least, violent retrabution is an acceptable response, we are teaching our youth that violence is the answer to their problems. We need to start teaching that guns and violence are not the solution. Statistically speaking, towns that have liberal gun ownership laws tend to have lower crime rates. You also have to look at law enforcements response time to situations. By the time the police arrived and entered the school, the event was over. They were not able to save one person in that situation, and I hate to say it, but if there had been a person there with a legally concealed weapon, is it not possible that lives could have been saved? A terrible tragedy happened, many lives were lost, but to focus the blame on guns as opposed to the mentally ill person who comitted the terrible act is akin to blaming a person looking like they have money instead of the criminal for getting mugged.
I happened upon it while searching for new erotic story websites and I have told others about it
Big enough to entice, but not so big that it scares women off.
I like a woman who is open to new experiences, is slightly submissive but can inflict a little pain during sex. Remember there is no absolute pleasure without subline pain.
The woman who was to become my second ex wife, brought a hot female friend with her on our first date, and when we decided to leave the club to go back to my place, invited her friend to tag along. When we got to my place they had sex while I watched, then invited me to join them in a threesome for the rest of the night.
There are a lot of things that you can do without engaging in intercourse. There is oral sex, mutual masturbation, phone sex, and other things. I suggest that since you are already watchingn porn and masturbating, go on line and look for porn that features oral sex, or mutual masturbation etc.. and this way you can get an idea of what these things are and how they are performed. There are sex toys that you can share that are not penetration toys, like the butterfly, that you wear that stimulates your clit and he can contol with a remote control. Realistically, there is a cornucopia of things that can be done that can cause an orgasm without penetration, so do a little research and let the good times roll!
I prefer something in between.Someone tight too often makes me sore, someone too loose and I can't cum.
I want to have sex with a little person
If my nearly senile brain serves me correct this is from the 70's and rumoured to be written about Warren Beatty. I believe that Carly Simon actually admitted that she wrote the song about Clive Davis after a short relationship with him, but kept it a secrete because he was such a major player in the recording industry that she didn't want to piss him off.
I was in teh military for 20 yeqrs and our physicaal training included running almost every day. We would run between 3 and 12 miles per run. I have found that there are some inherent problems with running every day. The wear and tear on your joints seems to be the biggest one. What a lot of people seem to forget is that in order to run often with the least amount of joint damage they need to have the proper running shoes. The variety of shoes out there cater to people from the walkers to the marathoners. The thing that you have to keep in mind is that you need to have the proper shoes for the distance you plan to run and the condition of the route that you plan to take. There is a big difference between cross country shoes and street shoes. You also need to know if your feet pronate or supinate and get the correct shoes for you. The one thing tha a lot of people tend to forget as well is that the padding and support in your shoes breaks down the more you run. I had an orthopedic surgeon tell me that if I was planning to run more than 9 miles a week I needed to change my shoes every 3 months. I don't know if shoes have improved since than allowing you to go farther with fewer changes, so I would do a little research on the type of shoe you need and the frequency of changing that you will be needing. A lot of people suggested treadmills of eliptical machines as an alternativewhich is fine if you are lookiing to just burn calories, but in order to improve muscle tone and strength, you really need to run outside. Another suggestion is that you either talk out loud or sing aloud as you run. This will help you improve your O2 exchange and allow you to run farther over time without burning out your legs. Thats why you always hear military units singing cadence when they run.
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