I’ve got a perfect body, though sometimes I forget
I’ve got a perfect body cause my eyelashes catch my sweat
We went a week without having sex after getting back from Marrakech. The sex we had in Marrakech seemed to be some kind of unlock, releasing things/me. It felt like healing had occurred. When we had sex again my husband took me to another dimension. It was as if I had been waiting, searching, all through the intervening years since the first sexual encounter, until now. I feel like I finally worked out how my body works. Or rather, like I finally remembered how it works.
Because I used to know, and then I forgot. It became layered under peer pressure (actually from my female peers this was often anti not pro sex), my mother saying about me: where is she, whoring around again. Relationships, unrequited love. There was no place, no mirror I could find that supported or reflected my own particular brand of feminism.
Anyway, this is a personal not a political blog so back to the other night, in bed with my husband: He took me to another dimension. I feel like I’m in a special place, I whispered. And there we were, both tripped into somewhere else. I often go somewhere else during sex but I often go there by myself: drifting in and out of tried and tested fantasies that help me relax enough to come. Like I’m avoiding just being present. But that night, I thought to myself: here you are, having sex WITH MY HUSBAND.
WITH MY HUSBAND. I realised, of course, we are designed so perfectly. He puts his penis into my vagina, it touches me just there and I… Yes, I come, I come. Oh my God, I came and came, without stopping, one orgasm rolled into another, began as the previous one was ending, as if the sensation of one ending was enough to trigger the next one. And even just laying there afterwards, the slightest brush, the slightest movement, the slightest thought started it all off again.
FYI we weren’t doing anything unusual, we were in the missionary position which is good for sensation and touching the right spots inside. But like everything, sex is really a mind game.
Looking in the bathroom mirror I saw myself as beautiful. For a few precious moments I understood why he doesn’t like me wearing any make up on my face. He wants to see me.