I've been so busy with classes starting this past week that I really haven't checked this community's member list since I created it! I think 10 members is a great turnout in such a short time! Although it would be great if the people who haven't introduced themselves yet would do that for the benefit of everyone here... so we know who we're talking to....
As I said, I've had a busy week and a half or so, but, obviously, I haven't put my sexuality on hold! :^P
I rented the movie "Kinsey" last Friday night and curled up and watched with a girlfriend of mine. The movie more or less gives the biography of Al Kinsey of the famed "Kinsey Report" of the 1940's. Yeah, I hadn't heard of it either.... Al Kinsey was a forwad-thinking biologist with a repressed past, due to his hyper-Christian father. He became interested in scientifically studying human sexuality, as all of the literature on it from the period was written by the religious and it consisted of describing the various horrible diseases and side-effects one would contract if he or she engaged in activity that was premarital, extramarital, homosexual or otherwise not with the ultimate goal of procreation. He was a college professor and pushed for the first class which addressed the misdirections and lies that were rampant, and revealed to people the truth about human sexuality. He studied the sexuality of the class anonymously as a statistical sample of the general population and found that behaviors like masturbation and homosexual fantasies were much more prevalent than anyone had believed, and could even be described as normal. He decides to devote his life to the study of human sexuality, and recruits a team of "sexual psychologists" to help his interview thousands of people across America, and along the way, he discovers and develops his own personal sexuality and sexual philosophy.
The movie addresses numbers of issues which, unfortunately, are still topics of hot debate between liberals and conservatives in our day and age - like gay rights, teenage sex, polygamy. Like a good movies should, "Kinsey" outlines the pros and cons of these hot button issues - especially polygamy. As it turns out, Kinsey's team of researchers, as a result of the discovery of America's long history of sexual repression, begin to lead a life to counter that - sharing themselves and their wives with the other members of the team - even participating in large orgies together. It eventually comes between them, making the point that science has a difficult time quantifying human emotion and love.
Anyway, I highly recommend this movie to everyone here, as you were all interested and open enough about sex that you joined! It's a great movie about our society and sexual ethics.
Secondly, I bought my first dildo this week! I want to post a picture of it. That will come later since my digital camera is out of batteries. But I was quite excited! I gave it a massive blowjob as soon as I got it out of its packaging this afternoon. It is *quite* big (that was intentional!) -- about 8 inches and very thick! I don't know why I haven't gotten one before now (at least for myself, I've gotten them for past girlfriends and we've shared them). I'm really want to train myself how to deepthroat *wink wink*. This one's so big, I may have outdone myself!
So, expect a pic later this week! Thank you all for joining, I hope you'll share some stories/pics/advice soon!
Hey all, Jeremy here. I'm 20, junior at PSU. I'm gay, but become bisexual when I'm really drunk (don't we all if aren't already? lol). Beyond that I enjoy sex as much as anyone else and am usually open to trying new things when in the right mood. Been through a couple relationships while here at PSU, none have worked, so I've kinda set that plan aside until I get outta here..... :-p
Other than that, don't know what else to say at this point, if I think of it then I'll edit this post, or make another :-)
My name is Toni. I'm 22. I graduated PSU in May '05. I joined because I love to have sex. Whether it's passionate, freaky or just plain fun...I love sex...but really, who doesn't? haha
Not that everyone seems to have followed the first rule yet, but I will.
I'm Caitlin (or Cait, for short) and I'm 19. The username is somewhat misleading: I am not a slut (I've had sex with a total of two people), but I do throughly enjoy sex.
I'm currently in a committed relationship with a guy, however I am bisexual to a degree: I can't see myself ever dating a girl, but I find the female form sexy and beautiful. Both my boyfriend and I would love to find ourselves a willing female for a threesome (part of my reason for joining the community).
My other reason for joining the community is because sex is one of my favorite topics to talk about. I love to learn and try new things, and hardly anything intimidates me. Even what is traditionally considered "taboo", I find myself interested and willing to try. I'm hoping to find similarly minded people here.
I also have written erotic stories in the past, but never found an outlet for them other than close friends. Maybe this community will be the place! :)
P.S. If you happen to be a bisexual female interested in a threesome with a couple, do let me know ;)
My name is Aaron, I am a first-year graduate student at Penn State, and I am the sole maintainer of this community right now (if you are intrested in helping me maintain, make sure you leave a comment and we can talk). I am a little shy and quite paranoid that students of mine will see this, so I will not post a pic or say which department I'm associated with, but if this community catches on, I will reveal more in time. I describe myself as a bisexual or bi-curious male, and I consider myself outgoing, funny and, if I may say so, quite sexy once you get to know me. I am a music lover of all sorts. I enjoy many movies, have read many thought-provoking books, and I frequent Zino's and The Deli with my friends.
I started this community primarily because I want to discover a more free-spirited, more natural State College. I finished my first semester here in December sick of football, sick of yelling "We Are..." and crowded bars. I miss live jazz music and I miss kind, gentle people. I know there must be kind, gentle people in State College who enjoy the simpler pleasures of life. So now you ask, "Why did you start a sex community to find peaceful people? You could have done it the easy way and joined 'Penn Staters for the Environment' or gone to the hookah lounge." That's right, but I started this community because everyone
can share in the simple pleasure of chatting about sex (many people choose not to talk openly about it, but that's their problem). By joining an environmenal group or going to the hookah lounge, I was afraid I'd only discover a small subset of the large number of kind people there are here in State College. Of course, I assume that there may be people who will join (if any join at all) who aren't kind and gentle, and they will be accepted here too, but I'm willing to guess that the majority of people here in State College are peaceful and kind -- it's just hard to see through all the school spirit (which is commendable, I might add). So I wanted to create an open forum where people can talk about sex and express their sexualities, since sexuality is something that nearly everyone can relate to and it's something that most people like talking about in an online-type setting where we can choose how much we want to reveal about ourselves.
In terms of my sexuality, I enjoy a wide variety of activities and ideas. You name it and I probably have fantasized about it. The most prominent feature of my sexuality is that I'm very oral -- put it near my mouth and I'll most likely lick and suck :^). And I am most turned on by my partner licking and sucking various parts of my body. I am fascinated by the give and take that occurs during sex: I love to submit my body to another and I thoroughly enjoy when they recipricate the favor. Sometimes my fantasies are extreme, but rarely rough or brutal. I have a complex sexuality and I am quite proud of it. I will hopefully share more specific fantasies in the future.
Anyway, that's it for now. I'm hoping that others will discover this community in the following weeks and we can have a jolly time sharing stories, fantasies, and experiences in this quasi-anonymous setting.