This reminds me of Tantra books I've read in the past where they encourage couples to reach a place where they are freely flowing with saliva, hers and his. To see it as drinking the other person in. It's also a goal to work toward ridding one's self of sexual barriers and repression of fiery forms of sex. There is truth to those words. I agree with them, however, for many that's more easily said than done. It is a more advanced form of sexual mindset and enjoyment to be built up to and enjoyed in time. /node/44342
Chemistry also is an issue here. When a woman loves the way her man smells and tastes, this is much easier. That's one thing the Tantra books left out. The relevant science of mating. You know, the more a woman loves his smell the more varied their immune systems are so that if they make babies, they'll be stronger due to genetic diversity. I can imagine so many marriages happening now and especially back in the day when the first time you were sexual with a man was on your wedding night. She could forget about breaking up with him, "Because we didn"t have chemistry." /node/53053
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