It can be rough being a girl in this world. From uncomfortable expectations of your apparel (who the hell designed bras and heels and what dungeon are they working in?) to tweezing and waxing and many of the other social standards ascribed to femininity, being a lady can be a real pain in the balls.
And I haven’t even mentioned the kicker. The bane of every Miss’ existence. The reason why sometimes, when your partner is unbuttoning your pants you are forced to say, “This is a bad week for me this month.” It’s the maddening menstrual cycle.
However, the fact of the matter is that your period doesn’t have to prompt a breach in the action. Many women are masturbating and having sex during their cycle and loving it. Whether your partner belongs to that portion of the population that have no uterine lining to shed or not, if you are curious about period play, there is no need to pussyfoot around the subject. If your partner becomes faint at the sight of blood, give he or she a chance to get over the initial apprehension, and explain to them why you love to be loved during your cycle.
First of all, lets talk about how your hormones are raging during your time of the month. While the red tides are rushing you may find yourself weeping at the drop of a pin. But menstruation doesn’t necessarily have to be all heating pads and chocolate ice cream. Use your body’s sensitivity to your advantage. So, your boobs are as susceptible as your mind-set. Use this opportunity to explore with your partner, and cultivate new modes of touch that put your acute period senses to good use.
Maybe you are thinking that your period is simply too messy to mess with. But this can be the perfect excuse to modify your usual playground. Try having sex in the shower. Not only does this eliminate the worry about cleanup in your crib, hot water can be an awesome way to relieve those little abdominal aches. If you want to keep it in the bedroom, don’t hesitate to put an old towel to good use. Keep in mind; sex is quite filthy as is. With all that sweat and spit and semen floating around, what’s a splash of scarlet?
Perhaps those damned cramps are the reason you haven’t tried this sooner. You just can’t envision an enjoyable poke and prod play date while your uterus is assailing your stomach. But many women who have hopped on the crimson bandwagon find that a good hard orgasm actually reduces the ferocity of period pains. It makes sense, after all.
Orgasm releases endorphins. Said endorphins are the best biological goalies in the game with a flair for blocking pain receptors. You may find that a back arching orgasm is a first rate replacement for those Midols you’re popping.
Sure, your period can be a rough time of the month. But some pussy poppin’ exploits with your partner during your off-week, may be just what you need to look on the bright side of being a woman. After all, we got boobs, and a few other perks that remind us we didn’t necessarily get the raw end of the deal.
By Rhys Darling
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