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Secrets of a Sex Writer: Like a (Very Experienced) Virgin

Secrets of a Sex Writer: Like a (Very Experienced) Virgin Anya Garrett
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EXist  

Thank you for a heartfelt post. I share your aim to retain a sense of awe. Nice to find a lover with things in common.

09/22/2010
Angelicka  

Thanks for sharing your thoughts, it is good to know that i am not the only one to have this kind of feelings as well. First time magic is important, and i like to find it again and again in each relation i have.
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09/24/2010
Madame Piqueabu  

I think this is why so many people fall in love with falling in love. That "first time" is the most incredible rush of sensations. Nearly devastating in its ability to leave us breathless with a yearning for more.

09/26/2010
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