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Girls on Girls: Stories About Sex
  • December 12, 2011 : 20:12
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Alex; 34; Architect; Washington D.C. About 10 years ago I was out at a club in New York City and there was this guy there that knew some of my friends and was hanging out with us. He was short and too much of a hippie for my taste, but as the night wore on and we partied, I noticed that shorty-pants was a really good dancer—like, really good. He was breakdancing and people were moving out of the way to watch him. The more I saw, the more attractive he became to me. I know alcohol influenced my thinking, but his confidence and dexterity on the dance floor made him suddenly hot. I started dancing with him and the next thing I know, we’re making out like horny teenagers in the middle of the club. Yes, I was that girl. Shockingly, midget-hippie-boy turned out to be a damn good kisser so I went back to his apartment. That’s where everything fell apart. He wasn’t particularly well-endowed, which isn’t the worst thing, but let’s just say that dancing and kissing were where his talents ended. We had sex at his place, but it was underwhelming. I was disappointed because I presumed a guy who could move like that on the dance floor would be able to move well in bed. Even worse, he dragged me to the Farmer’s Market at 8 a.m. and droned on endlessly about organic food and “the beauty of the early morning.” As soon as I could, I fled back to my hotel.

Amelia; 29; Historic Re-enactor; Washington D.C. When I was a junior in college, I was 25 years old and there was this guy who was only 19. For weeks he tried desperately to get my attention, but I kept turning him down. He was a big, hulking and a typical drunk, wild fraternity boy. I was so over that type, so I wasn't interested. One evening I was sitting outside of the dorms chatting with some of my friends and I saw him heading our way. As usual, he was totally wasted and blatantly trying to get my attention. He started doing flips and crazy acrobatic moves right in front of us but because he was so drunk, he ended up catapulting himself into a bush, directly into a brick wall. After that pathetic but amusing display, I thought, “What the hell?” He had tried so damn hard to get my attention for so long, I figured I might as well give him a shot. To my utter surprise he was great in bed. To this day, he is one of the best lays I have ever had. Our bedroom romps only happened a few times and then fizzled out because there wasn't much else to him besides his talent in the sack. But it was definitely fun while it lasted and I don’t regret my decision to throw sound judgment to the wind.

“That kiss turned into a very hot and heavy make-out session in his apartment  

that lasted for hours.”


Alison; 31; Publicist; Los Angeles I used to be really close to a guy that I worked with. Although we were inseparable, I never thought of him as more than a friend. To put it bluntly, I just wasn’t attracted to my co-worker pal. He was nerdy, short, chubby, pale and losing his hair. One night I had a very vivid and realistic dream, and in it, my friend told me he had feelings for me and we shared an extremely sensual kiss. I woke up feeling like it had actually happened and couldn’t get the dream out of my head. I spent that whole day at work looking at my friend in a totally different light. Everything he said seemed extra-hilarious and I kept staring at him and wondering if I was sexually attracted to him. The next day we flirted all day long at work and then we kissed outside on the street that evening. That kiss turned into a very hot and heavy make-out session in his apartment that lasted for hours. He was a fantastic kisser—not too wet and slobbery and not too timid and light. The sex was phenomenal because we were so familiar and comfortable with one another. My short, slightly overweight, balding pal whom I’d never thought about in a sexual way ended up being one of my best bedroom experiences.

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