Australian Heat

We recently went to Australia for a vacation for two weeks, we went to Melbourne and it was a lot of fun! We saw the sights, walked around, and ate at the famous Lygon St every night! But the best parts came at night. Especially this one night, when my husband took me from behind, and gently squeezed my breasts.

“Babe, you know what we haven’t done in a while?” He said, as he unzipped my dress. I tried to think about what he could’ve meant by that, as he climbed to the middle of our bed, naked. Now I knew!

I climbed on our bed, and moved towards him, and I gently sat on his lap with his hard cock inside me. So THIS is what we hadn’t done in a while – having sex sitting up!

“Oh yeah, baby!” He moaned as my ladyplace pleasured his cock. He caressed my breasts, and lightly licked my pointed nipples. Oh yes, that always turns me on! It sometimes even gives me the tingles!

My husband’s strong, manly hands massaged my back as I held him close to me, enabling him to play with my breasts. My hands were all over him too as he twitched his cock back and forth, massaging the walls of my wet ladyplace.

Then I clutched my husband’s hot body as I climaxed sweatily while he played with my breasts and licked my nipples again, pleasuring me intensely. When I came down, I lay back and my husband thrust on top of me, quickly bringing me to another orgasm while he jerked at speed inside me while he climaxed.

Then we both came down, and he rolled off of me. We lay next to each other sweating for a few moments before moving to cuddle.

It’s hard not to be grateful to God that at our age my husband and I can still satisfy each other sexually! I thanked Him silently.

In a surprising move, my husband turned on the TV as we cuddled! He said our favorite show was on. So we watched and then fell asleep in each other’s arms, still after-glowing when we woke up the next morning.

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35 replies
    • Harper Shelby Thornton says:

      It's alright, we're all pretty open here, within reason. You're welcome, and how's your head? Hope you're better, son. God bless <3

    • JAM777 says:

      Your answer seems a little "tight," I apologize for too much candor Mrs. Thornton.

      And I am hanging in there. It is looking like I will have to deal with this migraine and its pain till the Lord calls me home. I am about to start a chronic pain course to learn how to accept constant pain and whatever emotional or Psychological effects come with it.
      I pray for the hope I will one day be free of it or that I will face it with thanksgiving to God for the gift of this trial, learning and sharing the testimony with those whom the Holy Spirit guides. Either way, i must trust in the Lord for He faithful and above doubt to His plans for me!! 🙂

      [Verses of Comfort]

      1 Peter 5:10 – But the God of all grace, who hath called us unto his eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after that ye have suffered a while, make you perfect, stablish, strengthen, settle [you].

      James 1:12 – Blessed [is] the man that endureth temptation: for when he is tried, he shall receive the crown of life, which the Lord hath promised to them that love him.

      Romans 12:12 – Rejoicing in hope; patient in tribulation; continuing instant in prayer;

      1 Corinthians 10:13 – There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God [is] faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear [it].

      John 16:33 – These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.

      Romans 5:3 – And not only [so], but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh patience;

      Romans 8:18 – For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time [are] not worthy [to be compared] with the glory which shall be revealed in us.

    • Harper Shelby Thornton says:

      What?! You can be as forward as you want, it was never problematic for me. Why are you saying my answer is "tight"? I don't always have time for a long response, son. Especially now with Christmas coming up. We're having family members fly in from all over, and it's a little emotional since this is Clara's first Christmas without her husband. She is strong, but we all need to be sensitive.

      I'm sorry that you're still in pain. I am however, proud of you for the way you're handling this. It can't be easy. Has orgasming been helping some with the pain?

      God bless

    • JAM777 says:

      That's a relief rhat I didn't cause any offense. And using "tight" was the adjective that seemed to fit at the time but it looks like I made the wrong assumption. I understand now and apologize for jumping to conclusions! I should have thought of those reasons before speaking!

      And awww, that has to be very difficult! Praying for you all and Ms. Clara now!! My heart goes out to you all!

      Thank you mam, that means a lot to me! It has definitely been a trial, that while difficult, it has been instructive!
      And orgasming helps sometimes. It just depends on how long I do it for.
      Not to be too graphic, but I do tend to read stories like yours while I masturbate. I will stroke for a while and try to visualize that it is my wife and I in whatever scenario I can visualize. I keep stroking till I feel I am about to lose control and then I hurry to put a sock over myself (to help with the mess and keep my room from smelling like semen) and finish stroking till orgasm. I have noticed that if I am rushing to put the sock on because I waiting too long and immediately orgasm, it doesn't feel as satisfying. The amount of time I spend masturbating also seems to decide how "big" of an orgasm I have and how well it pushing the pain down.

      Plus, I am not proud to say that during my research of trying to understand more about women and pleasing them, that I found myself watching porn a couple of times. I have since repented of it but this tends to make me hesitant to masturbate at all.
      I believe I am finding a balance though.

      Sorry for rambling! Short answer is that yes, orgasms to tend to help me with pain management for a moment….
      I am grateful for you and your friendship, Mrs. Thornton! Thank you for caring so much for somone on the other side of the world! You are a blessing! 🙂

    • Harper Shelby Thornton says:

      Hi son,

      You will be ok 🙂 Gosh Christmas is not too far now, us ladies are going to prepare our specialties! My Clara is going to make traditional Nordic food such as the saffron buns, and gingerbread. She's such a great cook, even as teens, she'd make amazing gingerbread, and I'd be amazed at how well she made it. Of course, she uses real ginger, which makes it easier on the belly 🙂 You're more than welcome, of course I care! I've grown to love you like a son. And you clearly are a gent and not a jerk 🙂 Again, no need to feel shame. It's the type of "porn" you should be mindful of. God bless, and please keep me posted. P.S. even monks have the right to have thoughts like that too 😉 just sayin'!

    • JAM777 says:

      That sounds so wonderful!!! I'm happy for you all! 🙂

      And thank you so much Mrs. Thornton!! I didn't know that, it means a lot to me!!! 🙂

      And lol, yeah, doubt they don't at least sometimes…. especially while they do their "meditation time"… 😉

    • PatientPassion says:

      A brief word of advice JAM: while it's good to learn to deal with pain, I wouldn't give up hope that you can still be free of it at some point in this life! I don't know anything about what you've done already for treatment, but I would encourage you to keep searching for answers. I've had some significant, painful health issues myself over the last several years, and I've found that the "normal" answers from doctors aren't the final word. There are a lot of answers in "alternative" and "natural" medicine too, because our normal medical system (at least in the US) is often too focused on symptom management and not fixing the root cause.

      I'm praying God will bring healing and relief to you, and that his perfect plan will be implemented in your life whether or not that healing comes! 🙂

  1. JAM777 says:

    Hey Mrs. Thornton,
    I saw your last reply in the Bad Dreams one and that we should switch to one of your posts. This one seemed the most obvious since it is the last one you replied on.

    I would like to continue the discussion if you are willing…?

    • Harper Shelby Thornton says:

      Of course! I didn't want to blow up the posts because I don't want the readers to be distracted from the lovely stories being posted 🙂 ok, so you asked how the "porn" I'm thinking of is different to the others.

      Here's my answer is that first off, different people define that porn differently. I remember there being a post last year or the year before, where all it had was a naked woman, and some prude called it porn. But it wasn't! It was just a beautiful picture of a woman that God Himself created, He gave us breasts, He gave us our feminine curves, and beauty and all else!

      Masturbating to visual aides can actually HELP you to be less tempted by premarital sex. The historical fact is that "porn" existed in Christ and his Apostles day in the form of nude statues and explicit sexual images that were drawn or painted on walls, and tapestries or other materials. In fact these types of erotic images existed thousands of years before Christ going back to the time of Moses. Just google “history of erotic images” and you will find articles that contain erotic images going back more than 4000 years.

      Not only does the Bible not condemn the production of erotic imagery, it actually uses erotic imagery through word pictures in the Song of Solomon. I invite any reader of the Bible to look up word symbols being used in the Song of Solomon for sexual activities – it will make you blush.

    • JAM777 says:

      Interesting, that thought never crossed my mind but it is a good point. Almost every diety or hero ever depicted in tapestries, frescos, and statues are revealing.
      I remember just thinking that ancient civilizations were just perverted when I was younger, lol!

      And lol, I can't ever read Song of Solomon without "blushing." Well my skin doesn't allow me to blush so I'll just say, getting a "warm feeling!"

      I guess I'm just confused by it….

      Would you say explicit sex in movies that should probably be rated "X" is porn-like?
      Or even just the idea of looking at pictures of women?

      I have also had the hang up with ladies in bikinis. I am attracted to it without even trying to be….
      So I usually stay away from public pools and such. Because it is pretty much swimming in underwear and sometimes underwear covers "more" than a lot of bikinis do.

      Also, what are your thoughts about sex scenes in books?

    • Harper Shelby Thornton says:

      Of course they're ok! Especially if it's the Bible, why would they be wrong otherwise, as long as it's not illicit.

      Now again, with you and women you like NOTHING wrong with that, it's how God made us. As a man, when you look at images of beautiful women, or imagine that beautiful woman walking down the street, you relieve BOTH you mind and body of the sexual tension that has naturally built up. You will then be able to go about your normal life’s business (school, college or work) and not have to deal with this sexual stress.

      Biblically speaking lusting is thinking about possessing someone or something that does not belong to us. For instance if you look at a young woman and are sexually aroused by her, or imagine how she looks naked, there is no sin. Actually having sex with that young woman, is reserved for marriage. You cannot possess her sexually without first marrying her. To think thoughts of how to entice a young woman to have sex with you outside of marriage is a form of covetousness.

      Even when viewing someone married to someone else, the sin is not in the arousal or the imagination of that person, it is in the coveting. If you begin to have covetous thoughts about how you may lure them to have sex with your or leave their husband you have sinned.

      So yes it is healthy for you to masturbate using nude pictures, paintings or drawings, or even porn(that stays within the heterosexual bounds(one man, one woman), not group sex or homosexual sex).

    • PatientPassion says:

      I'd like to make a brief point here. While I'm not quite comfortable with some of the points Mrs. Thornton is making, especially that "it is healthy for you to masturbate using nude pictures," I do not currently have a strong biblical refutation to that.

      In it's place, I would extend a logically-based warning, to JAM and any others reading: while viewing and masturbating to nude and sexually explicit imagery MAY be acceptable (I'm not entirely convinced), there are still potential downsides. For example, if you consistently view that imagery (even without masturbating), you will almost certainly become accustomed to those sights. This could lessen the special feeling of getting to see your future wife naked for the first time, because you've already seen dozens or hundreds of other women naked. (Not to mention you'll either have to hide or explain that part of your past, and she may not be happy about it.)

      There are more points I could make, but I'll leave it at this: it may not be a purely black and white issue, but you still need to weigh the benefits versus the potential negative consequences to see what is right in your life.

    • hornysam77 says:

      Hey I'm just confused, a lot of people say porn is a sin and lust is a sin. Now there the other side of the argument only if we are coveting, etc. I'm just confused in the midst. Can you please clarify? And sorry if I'm asking the same thing that you may have answered before.

    • JAM777 says:

      Thank you Mrs. Thornton for your patience with my questions, I really appreciate you!! 🙂

      Also, thank you you other guys for your thoughts! I have some praying to do!!! 🙂

  2. PacMan says:

    I agree with you @Harper. I think we all agree that porn addiction is bad (unfruitful). So I can understand why some people avoid erotic photos & videos, because it can lead some people down a bad path. Like some go to great lengths to avoid becoming an alcoholic. But this doesn’t mean that we should condemn every naked photo or every martini. It’s mostly about motive and intent. In other words, say I catch my wife jilling off while looking at an image of an erect penis. If I asked her about it and she said, “This penis is longer and harder than yours, I’m no longer satisfied with your body…” I would obviously be deeply hurt and wounded (destructive motive). But if she said, “I was close to coming and I just needed a quick visual aid to reach orgasm…” I wouldn’t be bothered or offended at all. The rightness/wrongness was not defined by what my wife was doing, but rather in her attitude/motives. So can a dude have an orgasm while looking at boobs and maintain an attitude that is not “lustful”…. I say absolutely! The heart of the matter is the matter of the heart.

    • PatientPassion says:

      @PacMan I think you are very close to the truth with this comment.

      For the sake of the following point, let's focus on "audio-visual erotica" rather than porn, which is from the root word pornea meaning "sexual immorality," making porn always wrong. However, the same format of pictures or video (I'll call it audio-visual erotica, or AVE) depicting something NOT sexually immoral, such as sex between a husband and wife, is not wrong in and of itself.

      The problem is that lust, other inappropriate attitudes and negative effects can still manifest when using this kind of AVE. In my mind, the more intense the mental, audible and visual stimulation, the more difficult it is to keep those unhealthy attitudes and effects at bay. This may be different for others, but for me, the order from least to most intensely stimulating goes: written erotica, audio erotica (audio recordings of sexual encounters), visual erotica (pictures), and audio-visual erotica (sound plus video of a sexual encounter).

      I believe the more left up to the imagination, the better, which is why written erotica is my preferred go-to from that list. It gives a basic framework for the story, but it still requires me to use my sexual imagination to "see" what that looks and sounds like. When more stimulating methods are used, such as AVE, I could turn off my brain and just go for the ride. It eventually takes the special feeling out of seeing the nude form of the opposite sex, but I've touched on that already. Perhaps more profoundly, I believe AVE can be unhealthy because it's more likely to get the user of AVE accustomed to being a passive receiver in their sexuality, rather than both a giver and receiver. Perhaps it doesn't always do that if the user is careful, but overall the downsides of using AVE seem to far outweigh the upsides to me. It seems like an unnecessary risk, especially when similar benefits are available to me through other formats with fewer, smaller or less likely downsides.

    • Marriage Heat says:

      For anyone interested: there is a very indepth discussion of the historical and Biblical meaning of the Greek "porneia" and the Latin root "fornicat-" on Wikipedia under the title Fornication. While extrabiblical, it might offer some scholarly insights on what the words mean when you read them in the Bible.

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