Everything else in the moments and even months after that is a blur—everything except for the sex. It started with "Sam," a year-old waiter with leprechaunish looks. I wasn't attracted to him, exactly, but he had an intriguingly dangerous, if corny, edge—what with his conspicuous flash of chest hair and wolf-tooth necklace. Already a few drinks deep, I met him in a local bar, and it took two more beers before I was straddling him in a shadowy pleather booth and he was shoving his hands down my pants. At my place, he took the lead, gripping my face, wrists, or hair with his hands—I somehow just knew this was how he'd be. The harder he squeezed, pressed, or pulled, the louder I moaned.
There's Science That Explains Why Women Fantasize About Rough Sex
The Scientific Reason We Love Rough Sex, According to an Expert
One night, after too many whiskey sours, the conversation among a group of my closest friends and I turned to sex. We're not a judge-y group, nor are we bashful when it comes to providing the intimate details of our sex lives. And, yet, when one of my friends revealed that she falls off the orgasmic cliff when her boyfriend calls her a "whore" just as she's about to come, she lowered her eyelids to the table. She seemed almost apologetic. In a really good way.
What It's Really Like to Be a Woman Who Loves Rough Sex
When I surveyed more than 4, Americans about their sexual fantasies for my book Tell Me What You Want , rough sex turned out to be one of the two most common things people had fantasized about. Most people—regardless of gender and sexual orientation—appear to have been turned on by the idea at some point. Interestingly, women are even more likely to view this kind of porn than are men. A recent study published in the journal Evolutionary Psychological Science offers some answers.
Rough sex is often the topic of heated debates, with many categorizing it as abuse and others categorizing it as a legitimate fetish. How old are you? Woman A: Twenty-seven. Woman B: Twenty-three. Woman C: Thirty-four.