Thursday, May 22, 2014


“…NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain, claimed to have slept with over 20,000 women, even though he only lived to be 63. That would mean Chamberlain had sex with 425 different women a year. Russell Brand claims he used to have sex with 80 different women a month, meaning about three a day…”

I’ve heard that (if you're a woman) the magic number that you say to a dude if he’s asked you how many men you’ve been with is seven. Seven has been decided on by the  (western) world, because it’s not too many, but it’s enough to know that the woman has some experience. I call complete bullshit. The whole idea of this infuriates me.
First of all, it’s nobody’s business how many people you’ve slept with, and secondly, who cares & what does it say about you? Only what you want it to. If you sleep with a different dude every night but love and respect yourself, then good for you. That’s more than most people can say about themselves. If you never get laid and are more comfortable with that lifestyle, more power to you. And by the way, why don’t men need a magic number?
A dude friend of mine knows how many men I’ve been with & told me to never admit that number to any man I actually might care for, because it will scare him off. If any man is “scared off” from the men that I’ve slept with, then fuck that guy. I’m not interested.
I get why people ask- they get curious. I’d be lying if I said there haven’t been a few men whom I’ve asked. I want to know. I don’t know why, I just do. When men sleep around they’re players. When women do they’re slutty. Well, guess what? I’ve been fucking for TWENTY-THREE YEARS. I’ve had some long relationships throughout that time & spent a lot of time single. Certainly there are some men on my list I regret sleeping with- and not all because I was drunk. But most of them are lovely guys who showed me a great time. But there have definitely been more than seven.
When I don’t get laid for an extended period of time, I become like a cranky baby who’s missed a snack or a nap. I don’t need to love the man that I’m boning, I just need to like him a little. Sometimes I don’t even need to know him. Sometimes I just want to feel the weight of a man on me. You think that makes me slutty? That’s on you, my friend.
For some reason, generally my friends who are coupled up understand this less than my single friends.
I can’t possibly be the only one who feels that way, otherwise okcupid & tinder wouldn’t exist.
I’ve said it before & I’ll say it again: nothing feels better than having an orgasm. Nothing. & sex-toys are great but there’s something to be said about sharing that experience with someone else. So go get your sex on. Don’t be afraid of your number, it doesn’t mean anything. As long as you’re fucking for the right reasons (horniness, not looking for validation) then fuck to your delight. You don’t have to announce your number of partners, but certainly don’t be ashamed if it.


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