"Moby sex"?

Laurence Horn laurence.horn at YALE.EDU
Sat Oct 26 23:45:23 UTC 2013

Notice from the link below where this comes from (VITA-MN--cute, no?).  Get ready for a lively ADS meeting, everyone!  (But watch out for that mentally unstable guy; wonder how we'll be able to tell him from all the others at the Hilton Minneapolis…


On Oct 26, 2013, at 2:52 PM, Dan Goodman wrote:

> Q: For two years I was involved with “The Lifestyle” and experienced
> some of my fantasies brought into reality. It was bliss. I met a “rock
> star” who had this amazing long-term relationship with an ex-girlfriend.
> For months we had an incredibly delicious three-way romp of crazy sex …
> bondage, pigtails and much fun. Then I met an incredibly sexy man and
> the four of us had “Moby sex.” It was the most mind-blowing
> off-the-charts sexual encounter of my life! From there, the sex was like
> a drug. I fell hard for this new guy.
> He moved to another state, which broke my heart. He asked me to marry
> him. Then he totally went bonkers and it has taken more than a year to
> come to grips with the fact that he is too mentally unstable to commit
> to me. I want to be free from all of it now. I am confused about going
> back to vanilla after having so much “twist.” Will I be able to be
> satisfied in a relationship now that I have opened Pandora’s Box? I want
> a serious relationship with a man who will be my best friend and lover.
> I had it, and now he is gone. How do I go back to where I was? I just
> feel so empty and want love back in my life again.
> A: In the interest of experiencing my very own mind-blowing,
> off-the-charts sexual encounter of a lifetime, I googled “Moby sex,” to
> no avail. What is this mysterious practice?
> http://www.vita.mn/alexis/229006181.html
> --
> Dan Goodman
> Whatever you wish for me, may you have twice as much.
> http://dsgoodman.blogspot.com
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