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Unleashed and unrestrained

By Miss Kes

Friday, February 23, 2018

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Fantasies. Everyone has them, but few act on them. But this is the time for disclosure, so where, if you could choose somewhere without any restraints, would your next intimate encounter be?

SD:

My fantasy is to make love under the stars on the beach and sleep on the sand beside my husband. We tried it one night at a beach but when we got there, other couples were there doing it and that turned us off. I mean, it was like a beach orgy.

JL:

I really would love to try a threesome with one of my close friends because I think she is just so sexy but I am really scared to say it to my man because next thing he agrees and he enjoys her more than me. I am not about losing my man totally, I just want to try!

CB:

My fantasy is doing it while he drives. Problem is, police are always on the road when we want to try it. What I love about my husband is that he is open to anything I want. He never judges me and tries to ensure that I am fulfilled at all times. But my road fantasy nah cut it because the cops are always out.

RM:

I would love to have the mile high club experience, but the flight attendants are always up and watchful.

SY:

My number one fantasy is to do it at Hope Gardens in the broad day light. I would just love to feel nature around but unfortunately, that may never happen because of people and their eyes and their smartphones.

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