When I first started reading romance novels, I grabbed my older sister’s historicals. Pirates and Dukes and Rogues abounded in these thick paperbacks, and the covers? Oh my, they could make a girl have lovely dreams for many nights. Remember Fabio’s covers?
In these books, the hero would make love to the heroine, mostly missionary position, and with very little foreplay or during-sex stimulation. It was just vaginal penetration by the man.
And the heroine always had an orgasm.
For years, I thought that was all it took. My first real boyfriend must have been a fan of those books too, because that was all I got from him. Humpity, humpity, humpity, done.
I began to think there was something wrong with me. I’d heard the term “frigid” somewhere, and wondered if that was my problem. I even asked my doctor, and he shook his head and moved on to less embarrassing topics.
It was years later, and with the right guy, that I learned what it took to give me the satisfaction I was craving. (Thanks, Kick!!!) From then on, I’ve been happy and healthy and just all-around horny. So much so, that I pour out my excess horniness in my books! Books, which by the way, give a much more accurate description of what is needed to give a woman an orgasm.
My goal in writing this way is to help women find their happiness, their sexual healthiness, and hopefully their all-around horniness. No woman should ever have to worry that they are frigid, the way I did.
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