I grew up in a fundamental church that viewed women and girls as pure and innocent, but a girl with sexual experience (or even unfulfilled desires) was damaged goods. Fantasies were sinful (lust in your heart); therefore, masturbation was a sin. (I did it anyway.) After I lost my virginity, I beat myself up for years because I felt like I was no good. I believed that God forgave me, but I couldn't forgive myself. (And then I met hubby and his open-minded family. I learned a lot from them.)
What turns women on? For me, the forbidden. In all but one or two of The Devil Made Me Do It’s stories, the characters are married to each other. I wrote those several years ago when I was learning to think for myself. I explored ‘forbidden’ subjects like spanking, exhibitionism and voyeurism, and role-playing (forbidden to me, anyway).
The whole idea behind The Devil Made Me Do It is many women are taught it's wrong for them to enjoy sex, so if there's someone else to blame (i.e. the 'devil' or the guy who seduced her), it wasn't her fault if she enjoyed it. I think women who openly admit having a healthy interest in sex (or even reading romance novels) have to be strong because they'll take a lot of crap for it.
|Quarterbacks aren't supposed to dive head first. |
He had an injured shoulder too, but he got the touchdown.
I can't give you a simple answer on what turns women on because there isn't one. Every day it's something new and I'm always surprised by what interests me. There’s no quick and easy answer because the truth (if they knew it themselves) might frighten men (and us too). Another turn on for me (I don't often admit this to anyone): a little bit of violence. Not blood and guts, but a good dose of testosterone. That's why I'm a football fan. ;)
What turns you on? Give it to me straight now…I can take it.