Hello to my beautiful, sexy fans!
This is the introduction to a series I am working on. The book will be released early Summer! Message me and I will enter you into a drawing to win a (MY FAVORITE!!!!) clit stimulating vibrator. You will also get my weekly content on sex and health, as well as short eroto-fiction stories. (Must be 18 or older to enter.)
Penelope, Lover, RN
My life is more interesting than most reality shows. I say this all the time. Only those who experience it with me believe it. From the time my boyfriend was held at gunpoint while en route to pick me up from work at the hospital, to the non-fatal stabbing at one of my Halloween parties, I’ve got stories. Loads of them!
I think the most interesting thing about me now is what I do for work, and what I do for pleasure. They are all related to, or resultant from sex. Why sex? Well, why not? It’s something we should all be doing more of, and feeling better from. And in my experience, lots of people would benefit from getting better at it. Seriously. Wouldn’t this world be a better place if we were all getting off a little bit more often? I myself can’t picture dropping a bomb or declaring war while in a state of ecstatic, orgasmic or post-coital bliss.
You’re probably wondering what I do for a living, and what I do for pleasure…I thought you’d never ask, but first I must prepare you. I use the word vagina a lot in everyday conversation. It’s shocking to some, apparently, based on reactions. I don’t get that, as it’s a body part. A pretty amazing one at that. But when you say it, people look at you like you have three heads. So why do I say it so much despite outraged looks and lost acquaintance friendships? The vagina produces life and provides pleasure to most. Plus, I’m somewhat of a closet shocker. At least that’s what I’ve been told.
What do I do for work? I’m a labor and delivery nurse. I also conduct sexual assault exams. I suppose you can say my work encompasses a spectrum of the joys and the pains of having one. Maybe there should be an advertisement: Vagina. The other pink meat. After all, what “commodity” is more important than human life, or more valuable than sex?
From my experience, I have seen where the presence of the vagina can bring the utmost joy, or produce severe grief and pain.
In my personal life, however, I have vowed to allow my vagina free reign, partaking in numerous pleasures not culturally sanctioned by my foremothers. At least not most of them. I was raised by a Grandma who gave no fucks about the prevailing rules and stigma of the culture of the day, and therefore lacked the underlying belief that women are dirty sluts for enjoying sex. It’s probably because of this and my voracious sexual appetite, that I’ve had some of the experiences I’ve had, as well as the reason that my vagina is chronically happy and satisfied. That, and the fact that I’m a travel nurse and have numerous lovers in multiple cities. Most of which I have traveled to for work. I think more women should allow their vagina to be free, seeking sexual satisfaction and happiness. I find that some fake it, putting the feelings of others above her own sexual pleasure. My personal belief system prevents me from doing that. But if that’s your gig, who am I to question? I just know that I like getting off, and think everyone else should be getting off as well. These are some of my stories.
Different city, different lover.
Feel you soon, Slut/Lovers!
The Scent Series