An old friend of mine said that. And we were bound to write about it.
This round of Blogkadahan is very interesting. I love the different writing styles that came out. I admire the candor of my fellow writers. You will respond to each entry differently. There will be the mushy “awwwww,” the shocked “hot daaaaaamn,” the oh-so-loud laughter, the stunned silence and lots more. You will be smiling at least once, that’s for sure, be it naughtily or wistfully.
This round is rated R! 😉
Sexy Sachiko’s “Sexy Minds” kicks off the round with how this topic came about and delights us with a sexy teaser of hers.
G’s “Dreaming” flirts with our slumber. This stuff is probably where the quote “May all your dreams come true” originated from!
Guest writer Jim Paredes’ “Stairway to Heaven” shares his humorous and candid opinions on sex. Is sex overrated? Read his piece to find out, and perhaps you can find yourself a bit closer to heaven.
My poem “Stay” is subtly sensual, and I intended it to be that way. Quiet now and feel the words flow through you.
Lara’s “Coming Full Circle” takes us through her different learning experiences with sex. Take notes from this highly sensual woman!
Mari’s “Tryst” steams up your screen with her foreplay of a piece. You probably know how it ends, but then again, you won’t really know… for now.
Batjay’s “Top 10 List: Ang Mga Natutunan Ko Tungkol sa Sex” teaches us how men can be good lovers, even if they’re over 40!
Guest writer cbs’ “On Writing Sex” seduces us with his piece that shifts seamlessly from humor to sensual sentimentality. Beautifully written.
CaT’s “Woman’s Life Stages and Relationships” is divided into three short stories. Each story will resonate with you differently. The power of sex — whether implied or doing the deed itself — can affect a woman greatly.
Ate Sienna’s “Dear Ate Sienna” gives ye old sexual columns a fun and cute spin. In true Ate S fashion, she’s quirky and looooovable. Check out her sex advice and learn a thing or two.
Mec’s “Sexual Sentimentality” shares a sexcapade that is so vividly written you might want to take a break in between and step away from all that heat. Or get totally lost in the moment and be a voyeur to her blazing experience. (Did I just hear you curse?)
Jet’s “Heat” is so sensually hot it can melt all ice cubes near your computer or perhaps make you yearn for Camillo (or Emilia, whoever rocks your boat). A very well-written piece, one of my absolute favorites.
Guest writer Fionski’s “Talking about SEX” shares how the sexiness of sex isn’t in the bluntness of descriptions (which equates to desperation) but in using your head (the one up there) and the right play of words.
Tito Rolly’s “Orgasm and Character” will send you rolling on the floor, laughing your ass off. Tell him how you climax and he’ll tell you who you are.
Bong K’s “It’s a Deal” will leave you absolutely breathless. Let him take you on his experience of temptation, intellect and utterly erotic exchanges. And hey, being a genius sure pays off.
Guest writer Pinay in Barnsley’s “You Used To Be So Virile…” candidly shares with us how that mojo swings like a pendulum, and as of the moment, it’s a-swingin’ downward – all part of a marriage’s sexual cycle.
JMom’s “All Day Affair” lures us in with the sexiness of a glance over breakfast, the hint of a touch while passing each other in the kitchen, and evening paintings. Don’t forget to breathe.
Guest writer Gigi’s “He Said” shows us how women, like men, can enjoy sex without other frills. Now if only there was something that can be done about double standards.
Ruth’s “Three Things To Consider Before Pulling Down Your Pants” is a short and sweet reminder for all you those thinking of doing the deed. While you may answer the questions quickly, think about these questions again when willpower seems to be failing you.
Ting’s “Walang Taytol” shares with us how sex doesn’t have to be dull for a married couple over 40 years old, in spite of the lulls it may have when the kids are growing up.
Beng’s “The First Time” is a combination of her first lessons in sex — through word of mouth, the thrill of the prelude, and even a simulation. A light and fun read.
Tintin’s “Virtual Virgin” is a beautifully written story of a momentary escape into the virtual world to deal with reality’s lull. And we then find how reality always trumps fantasy.
Dr. Emer’s “The Challenge of Making Love” shows us a spectrum of perspectives on the term “making love.” It reminds me of viewing this beautiful term through a kaleidoscope.
salbaje’s “Black on Flickering White” is hauntingly moving in its simplicity. It is a peek into same-sex stories that while colorful, are sometimes numbly gray.
Is your monitor all steamed up now? Well, wipe the steam away and read the entries. I can assure you the writings will excite you. But don’t count me responsible for what happens after you read them, okay?
Thanks to Sexy Sachi for an amazing round!