I am posting this entry to share a wonderful experience I had with my wife. We've been attempting to bond together for quite some time but never been able to get past a certain point without orgasm. Whether it was Internet-related behaviors on my behalf or her doubts about the necessity of passing up orgasms, we just haven't achieved our long range goals as of yet.
We continue practicing Karezza very happily. For me especially it is incredibly pleasurable and gets better all the time.
This morning I realized when I woke up in my room (we sleep separately) that I could easily feel a sort of version of that pleasure I feel with Karezza, without any penis touching or even an erection. It was not a penis experience at all.
By focusing on my root I could feel the pleasure in my whole body for an extended period of time. Not 1% as good as with my wife, but quite amazing nonetheless.
I am posting this as a piece of NEWS of the current sexual climate.
Although, it's not really news at all, but simply one more confirmation of our society's deep need for karezza.
I assume you've all seen Gaile's information: but here it is in case you haven't. I thought her talk was really relevant.
Her TedX talk titled "Growing Up in a Pornified Culture | Gail Dines | TEDxNavesink"
Gail's website here:
She describes herself as part of the only anti-porn feminist group in the country.
This is so sad. And so true.
We had only been on two dates prior to having sex. I'm not used to women moving along this quickly! She kind of surprised me with that. Netflix and BAM! :) Nothing wrong with that, but I learned that the kind of sex she really likes is not what I'd like, so are we incompatible?
A few years back I was introduced to Thomas Campbell's "My Big Toe." In it, he discusses how fractals exist at every level of reality. The most basic fractal is evolution, which he colorfully states as "grow or die." I've been thinking of the fractals that exist in bonding. I've come to realize that if I want to experience a deeper bond with my wife, I need to bond with everything. My morning coffee, the jazz music that I listen to on Pandora, the sun coming through the leaves, the work that I do, and even the movements of my body through physical space.