TW and I had a great sex session Saturday morning. We fucked ourselves silly while going through spoon, CG and 69 positions. The 69 session was the best. I made TW come so hard it was ridiculous. I ate her and thumb fucked her to one violent orgasm after another. We finished off the session with TW sucking down a double load of my come. It was quite the start to the day.
Lots of reasons for lots of sex
The pastor of the Fellowship Church in Dallas says he will challenge married congregants to have sex for seven days in a row, according to the Associated Press. And the Rev. Ed Young plans to do so himself with his wife of 26 years. Young, 47, says he wants to reclaim sex for married couples in an era in which society promotes promiscuity. “God says sex should be between a married man and a woman,” says Young.
This is not the first time a pastor has urged his flock to saddle up, so to speak. In February, pastor Paul Wirth of the Relevant Church in Ybor City, Fla., asked married couples to have sex for 30 days in a row. Wirth expressed concerns about the high rate of divorce.
Married or not, there are 2.9 million sites related to the health benefits of lots of sex. The site 4 Men’s Health suggests that, at the very least, you’ll burn calories. Forbes.com says lovers have fewer colds, a better sense of smell and tend to be less depressed. WebMd says it relieves stress and helps you sleep better.
All that said, if your partner waves this or another news report on the rallying cries for more sex, and you’re not feeling that you want the “sweet mystery of life” to at last find you, to butcher a quote from the late, great Madeline Kahn’s character in the movie Young Frankenstein, it could be noted that there are almost as many sites (2.6 million) on the health benefits of square dancing.
Photo illustration by Katye Martens, USA TODAY: Roses and romance. Ministers are encouraging married couples to keep the flame burning.
–By Sue Kelly, USA TODAY