In the stirrups at a gynecologist’s office
Patty*, a healthcare consultant in Las Vegas, now 46, has a story to tell from her wild twenties that is certainly something to ponder the next time you’re in for your annual checkup.
“I was working in a doctor’s office and my fiancé, Don, a paramedic, was between calls and came by to keep me company as I closed up for the day. He started helping me straighten up one of the exam rooms and was joking about the stirrups, saying “now relax.” I started giggling and soon I was demonstrating how we put patients in the stirrups. Next thing I know, we’re doing far more than any exam I ever witnessed!”
In the Louvre
Peter*, from Los Angeles, is a 39-year old photographer, but he had the cultural experience of his life when he was 26 and backpacking in Europe with his girlfriend and a buddy from Montreal.
“I didn’t think about it much beforehand, but three’s a crowd, if you know what I mean – especially when you’re sleeping in a tent. Necessity is the mother of all invention so my girlfriend and I had to be creative in our quest to get it on. We had just one day in Paris, and the Louvre was one of our stops. My buddy took off with a map of the museum and we took off in another direction. My girlfriend had to use the restroom so we went looking for one. She went in and after a minute came out and grabbed my hand and pulled me in with her. Her point was clear: She pulled her pants down, leaned over the sink and… well you know the rest.”
On an RV roof at Burning Man
Christine*, a 24-year-old marketing coordinator from California, says she’s not the exhibitionist type at all, but there must be something in the air at Burning Man, which she describes as a “crazy hippy festival in the desert!”
“It was late, first night in, and we all climbed up to the top of the RV to take a look at the setting and the stars. Then everyone climbed down and Scott, this former college football player (SO buff) I was dating, pulled my arm to stay up on top of the RV. It didn’t take long for me to get the idea that we were going to do more than look at stars. Inhibitions be damned, it was a blast. I really don’t care who saw us, it was amazing and thrilling. However, when we climbed down, our friends took one look at us and totally knew. Life is short, enjoy it! I say do it every place and chance you get.”
* Names have been changed.
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