What makes sex good for a girl? Lasting as long as a Godfather marathon? Having a penis that can bat 0.400?
Sexual desire in a girl lies not in the absence of drapery and the fulfillment of physical satisfaction but in the virile eroticism marooned by spectral intercourse. The intensity of a girl’s orgasm is determined before sex even begins, before she even knows what it’s going to feel like, before your bodies even touch.
Sex is not about rubbing the right spots, hitting the right areas, or grazing the right surfaces. No amount of physical satiation will ever fulfill a girl’s hunger for orgasm; no amount of humping will ever cause a girl to reach the apex of her femininity. Women are averse to the male habit of trying to supplicate sexuality by purely physical means. Sex is 98% in the mind, 2% in the body. Penis in Vagina is only a vehicle to exude tantric energy, a subversive form of a carnal practice that takes place in the mind.
If hitting the right areas was all it was about, dildos would sell a lot more and sperm receptacles would reduce the male race to servitude.
“Foreplay” is a cheap word for what it really stands for. Even the act of calling it “foreplay” subsumes its purpose.
For a girl, it is everything. And by “foreplay” I don’t mean the few minutes before sex where you try and heat things up. That’s why I hate the word “foreplay” itself; it makes it sound like its purpose is just to open a gateway for sex. Foreplay is the entire process of seduction that foregoes intercourse, the taunts, the teases, the sexual interjections, the masterful flirting, the mannerisms, the facades; everything that leads up to the actual practice of love. For a girl, it functions as a landscape of the senses, an incision into her mental barriers, a guide for her imagination.
In many cultures from antiquity, sex was considered a spiritual experience for women. Not because of religion and mythology, those were just de facto explanations. Sex was considered spiritual because orgasms used to be so intense that women had astral projections afterwards or went through other bizarre mental ordeals. So who do you think did it better, us with all our penis pills and “How-to-Fuck” guides, or them with their tribal shit? The importance of thrusting your penis the right way has been the beneficiary of significant embellishment, probably because of the porn industry and “Buy-This-To-Last-Longer” advertisements.