In school, it was the boys who gathered in the locker room to discuss all their sexual exploits, real and imaginary. Somehow they felt this added validity to their budding manhood as they struggled with emerging pubic hair, pimples, excessive sweat and new body odors. The girls at that same time, while trying to catch the eye of these young men often ended up as part of an embarrassing tale. And then we all graduated and matured…right?
Well it seems that the ladies have now taken the stage to talk about their sexual exploits. But instead the changing room, they gather in suburban kitchens, coffee shops and “ladies nights out”. Turn on just about any television show and you will find a group of ladies, huddled, sharing the dirt on their partners.
Is this reality, or is it ‘reality’ TV. Find out what these women had to say about Kiss and Tell:
“I’m not afraid to talk about sex like I was when I was younger. I don’t put a guy down, but I do find it helpful to talk to my friends. It’s nice to pick up something new to try with my guy.” – Beverly, Brighton, Sussex
“I love guys, but sometimes they are just too full of themselves. For those ones, I show no mercy when I’m with my gal pals!” – Sarah, Bogner, Sussex
“No, I don’t kiss and tell. I’m in a long term relationship and those moments are special to me. I don’t want to share!” – Charlotte, Brighton, Sussex
“I don’t kiss and tell specifics about my sexual encounters, but my girlfriends and I do talk about sex in general. We talk about positions that work, how to stay healthy, and different places to explore when having sex. Those conversations don’t hurt anybody, they are not cruel gossip. It’s more like sex education for adults.” – Jo, Eastbourne, Sussex
“I had this incredible guy that was great in bed. I used to tell my closest friend about our sex life, in great detail. I figured, it’s all good so what’s the harm? Well, he found out and was actually embarrassed. I really miss him.” Karla, Brighton, Sussex
“I wouldn’t want my husband talking about me that way, so I don’t talk to my friends about him that way. The intimacy we share stays between the two of us.” – Julie, Hove, Sussex
“Sex is fun, and sometimes it’s funny. I share the funny stories, but only long after the guy is out of my life…which may be just a few weeks!” Tami, New York
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