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Dr. Limor Blockman, PhD

Clinical Sex Therapist, Relationship & Family Counselor

By Lynn Wexler

Limor Blockman looks more like an exotic Penthouse playmate than the educated, articulate and thoughtful professional her credentials and experience reveal. The renowned clinical sex therapist has a master’s degree in public health and community medicine, and a doctorate in human sexuality. Born in 1977 in Haifa, she served in the Israel Defense Forces and is well known in her homeland for Dr. L’s Love Boutique, and for hosting radio and TV shows on human sexuality. Now based in Los Angeles, she’s been counseling individuals and couples in the U.S. for more than a decade. She has written three bestselling books (in Hebrew) and collaborated on a mobile app that offers steps to a more enhanced and committed relationship. She’s been featured globally on magazine covers, notably as “The Sexy Sexologist.” Her explicit stories and poems on erotica, called The Smut Diaries, are published on many online outlets.




DAVID: Why did you choose human sexuality as your academic and professional focus?

BLOCKMAN: I’ve always been interested in human expression and communication between the sexes. … Why people approach sex as they do and why sex lies at the core of so many relationship problems, particularly in conventional societies, although not to the same degree in Europe as in America.

DAVID: Your approach is bold, entirely uninhibited and, for some, intimidating. Why did you choose this particular path to help people achieve sexual understanding?

BLOCKMAN: I learned early in my studies that I could not tolerate clinical work that concentrated on analyzing the difficult and often grim events in a person’s past and present. I would have pursued anthropology if not for my education and work in the field of human sexual interaction.

DAVID: Are you married and do you have children?

BLOCKMAN: I was married for seven years, now divorced, and helped to raise his child through the teen years. I wasn’t happy or fulfilled, however, in a monogamous relationship. I wanted the white picket fence but it didn’t want me. I don’t believe humans are programmed for monogamy, even though we are free to make monogamous choices. I don’t promote or prescribe sexual lifestyles in my counseling. This is just the right choice for me.

DAVID: Are you ever compared to Dr. Ruth Westheimer?

BLOCKMAN: Not usually. I am the opposite of Dr. Ruth! I would never go to a tattoo artist who did not have tattoos him/herself – and, believe me, I have a few tattoos. Dr. Ruth looks like she never had sex!

DAVID: What is your definition of sexual expression?

BLOCKMAN: Modern Western societies, especially in America, have tied sex to love and marriage, thus repressing any opportunity to experience sex as a great mental, emotional and physically liberating expression of desire, meant to be enjoyed, not stifled, self-conscious and guilt ridden. When you deny what is natural and necessary to human need, problems occur — and sometimes-serious ones. The line between lust and love becomes blurred, causing confusion, particularly for women who are so emotionally driven.

DAVID: What are the most common difficulties people face in their sexual interactions that you witness in your practice?

BLOCKMAN: We are taught that sex is meaningful and important but we are not encouraged to enjoy it. Twenty percent of society lives in sexless relationships. We are sexual creatures. A life and relationship, devoid of satisfying the passions within – not only our sexual passion – is empty and lonely. I don’t tell the people I counsel what to do sexually. I help them to discard old notions that block them from pursuing their own individual expressions of sexuality.

DAVID: Can you share some of the advice you offer?

BLOCKMAN: Sex is a powerful and deeply romantic bond. The stronger the bond between two people, the more satisfying and successful the relationship. If you want monogamy you need to make sex great, and that takes a lot of work. The missionary position, over and over again, is not going to cut it. The demise of any relationship is not recognizing the work that goes into making it a success.

DAVID: What do you recommend?

BLOCKMAN: Your readers should visit my website at www.drlimor.com. I offer readings and opportunities to follow me in many and inspiring ways. But, in brief, no one signed up for celibacy. Feeling desired is 80 percent of fulfillment. For women in particular, don’t fake emotions, ideas or orgasms. You will never be able to achieve bliss, satisfaction or what you want if you fake it. Communicate with your partner. Teach him how to make you happy, and listen in turn to what makes him happy.


Virtual Valentines from the Ladies of Jewrotica

Virtual Valentines from the Ladies of Jewrotica

Happy Valentine’s Day from Jewrotica! For your virtual valentines, we’ve got resources, gift ideas, history and meditations on romance… The connection between Valentine’s Day and Tu B’Av, Purim Katan and old-fashioned gift ideas… From kitschy to playful to serious, we’ve got you covered. Just what you’d expect from the ladies of Jewrotica!

Aviva Frank
My Funny (Jewish-American) Valentine

How to spoil your Funny Jewish-American Valentine: Gifts, activities, food, food and more food ideas!

When Lorenz Hart wrote My Funny Valentine he had to be speaking about our Tribe! The eldest son of Jewish Immigrant parents, the song speaks true to Jewish humor and the image of the all-American nerdy but adorable Jewish man. This Valentine’s Day spoil your Funny Jewish-American Valentine, both male and female with these reader approved ideas!


What would a (Jewish) holiday be without food? Trust your Jewish mother and bubbe on this one, the way to your Jewish lover’s heart is definitely through the stomach. We have provided three food options depending on the time of your date and skill level. We have ranked them 1-5 based on difficulty, from 1: your little brother pre-Bar Mitzvah and voice dropping could make this food to 5: even Moses would have difficulty preparing this dish!

Note: Save yourself potential embarrassment and prepare these items beforehand as a test run and not for the first time an hour before your date. Adjust ingredients, baking time, remove burnt edges etc to ensure perfection… err, edible presentation and digestion.

Challah – Beyond French Toast Level 1
Share the joys of Shabbat and double mitzvahs with this Challah 2.0 recipe. Use for your leftover Challah and spoil your valentine in the process. If you are not baking your own Challah, we suggest SemiFredis Cinnamon Twist Challah. Bonus: Serve them breakfast in bed!

Gluten-Free Matzah Ball Soup Level 2
We may be the ‘people of the book’ but not the ‘people of wheat.’ Try this delicious and healthy recipe to be a gluten-free matzah baller in the eyes of your love. Bonus: Watch Allergy Pride Parade from Portlandia while eating your gluten-free treat!

Dessert: Nutella & Cream Cheese Rugelach Level 4
What could be more Jewish- American than smear (cream cheese)? Spoil your little rugelach with some rugelach! Bonus: Get the 1/3 less fat cream cheese.

Sensual Gifts by ModernTribe:
Headers suggest ‘for him’ or ‘for her’ but items are great for all genders and relationships!

For Her:

Nice Jewish Guys Calendar
The equivalent of PG porn for your bubbe, these mensches are cooking, cleaning and being their nice Jewish-American selves. Will bring your Valentine back to her days of Jewish summer camp and acne.
Bonus: Place cut outs of your face on every month’s mensch!

Kosher Kurls Leave-In Conditioner
Approved by Jewish American Princesses everywhere, let her keppe (head in Yiddish) shine! Kurls so glamourous a crown could rest on them!
Bonus: Compliment her on her haircut. It is okay if you are three weeks too late in noticing.

For Him:

Mensch Money Clip
Finally a gift approved by Tevye from Fiddler on the Roof, “If I were a wealthy man!’ Bonus: Include a note with the money clip with the following Yiddish Proverb: With money in your pocket, you are wise and you are handsome and you sing well too.”

Hip Hop Aleph Necklace
Show your man he is the alpha or aleph male in your life! Big Chai necklaces and gold Jewish-star necklaces are so 1990 and Jewish Hebrew Hammer- your matzah baller deserves the hottest and hippest in bling wear!

Bonus: Buy him a hair toupee for fake chest hair to accentuate the necklace! Double-sided tape works best to stick on the toupee.

For Both of You:

A Little Yiddish Scented Candle
Learn while gazing into each other’s eyes by candlelight with this pound-cake scented candle.
Bonus: Use the Yiddish in a sentence.
Example: Oy- you bring me such joy, but your breath smells of soy!


Do It Yourself (DIY) Pickle Making
Don’t find yourself in a pickle this Valentine’s Day- make pickles! Show off your go-getter Jewish-American immigrant spirit and love for the deli with this hands-on activity!
Bonus: Ingredients must ferment for at least 24 hours, you are guaranteed date number two!

Manischewitz Wine Tasting
Romantic wine tasting by bubbe’s [glossary]Shabbat candlesticks is the perfect way to end your Jewish-American Valentine’s day. Manischewitz has six different Kosher wines to sample from, ranging from Elderberry to Extra Heavy Malaga. As well as three different varieties of Creams & Cordials. Bonus: Blind-fold your date while they sample the varieties!


Leora Flax
How do you spoil your Jewish valentine? (gifts, activities, food, food and more food ideas)

Step 1. Tickets to a Barbara Streisand concert, or a Streisand movie marathon, if she’s pretending she’s retired again.

Step 2. A dinner of bagels and schmear, at which I am the dessert. Or the table. But no lox, I’m a vegetarian!!

Step 3. A strip tease to eshet chayil followed by a rousing/arousing edition of Jewrotica Bedside Reading.

The connection between Tu B’Av and Valentines Day.

To me, Tu B’Av is an opportunity to celebrate two of the most important and valuable aspects of my life: love, and Judaism–so it means more to me than VDay. On the other hand, I love getting to celebrate both! I don’t think I’ll ever have too much of celebrating love.

The connection between violence against women and the objectification of women, and Valentine’s day.

Last year, we endorsed One Billion Rising’s Valentine’s Day Campaign against domestic violence towards women, and it made me look at Valentine’s Day in a new light. It means so much more when you ignore the cheesy commercial smorgasbord it’s become, and use it as a time to give love and support to those who need it most. So personally, I’ve decided to ignore the sales on lingerie with free truffles attached. I can’t help but hope that organizations like 1BR can change VDay from a day of objectification, to one of honor and respect for women.


Shayna Abramson
This year, Valentine’s Day and “Purim Katan” fall out on the same day – coincidence, or, like the Purim story itself, symbolism described as randomness?
I’d like to argue for the latter, but first: What is “Purim Katan” or “Little Purim”? In order to resolve discrepancies between the use of the lunar calendar and seasonal holidays that depend on the cycles of the sun, the Jewish calendar instituted leap-years, which involve having 2 months of Adar. When that happens, the holiday of Purim is celebrated on the 14th of the second month of Adar. The 14th of the first month of Adar is called “Little Purim” and, while there are no formal celebration ceremonies, there are some festive changes instituted, such as the omission of various sad prayers from morning services.

The story of Purim is all about parties, desires, and deception: It starts off with a party, the decision to slaughter the Jews is celebrated with wine, the Jews’ victory is celebrated with feast-making and, of course, it is through a series of party-related plots that Esther saves the Jews and reveals her true identity.

Then there is the desire: Esther’s ascension to the throne is dictated by passion. First, Ahashveirosh’s passionate anger at Vashti, then, the sexual desire he feels once thrust into bachelorhood. Later, sexual jealousy causes the king to lash out at Haman, whose jealousy causes him to target Mordechai, and build the very gallows upon which Haman himself is later hung.

Then there is the deception: Haman disguises his true motivation for killing the Jews in order to get it approved by the king. A deceptive plot to murder the king, and an ambiguously worded question, lead to Mordechai being driven around on the king’s horse. Esther hides her Jewish identity from the king, as well as her motivation for throwing him the bunch of parties during which she reveals her identity and destroys Haman’s plot.

And this entire crazy story, like love itself, is a Divine miracle.

So go out and celebrate: Throw a party, split a bottle of wine with your loved one. Express an emotion. Throw on a costume – maybe even bring out the whips.


Naomi Dovdavany
So Valentine’s Day? I don’t hate Valentine’s Day or anything like that, I don’t think it’s a sin to celebrate it: the more love the better. It’s just not for me. History tells me it’s for a Catholic saint’s martyrdom or for a Roman fertility rite. The radio tells me it’s for counting down the top 20 love songs of all time. The Greeting Card Association tells me it’s for the sale of roughly 1,000,000,000 greeting cards worldwide. 1,000,000,000 cards! But my very own heritage tells me it’s for me and it has a holiday that celebrates concepts of love, sex and marriage from an authentically Jewish perspective. One of the most important and happiest days in the Jewish calendar is the 15th of Av (or “Tu B’Av”), a holiday with themes of love, attraction and even finding your soulmate. Now that’s for me.
So tell cupid to hold the roses, chocolates and giant stuffed bears a minute while I countdown my top five favorite romantic ideas connected with Tu B’Av, the so-called “Jewish Valentines Day”:

1) Tu B’Av celebrates an ancient festival of love in which women dressed in all white and went to dance in the fields, calling out to their male suitors who would follow them in the hopes of finding their soulmate.
2) The women would all borrow the white clothing from each other so no woman could be judged by what she was wearing or her outside appearance but on her unique qualities as a human being. Love it!
3) Tu B’Av is the night of the full moon in our lunar calendar. Linking the night of a full moon with romance, love, and attraction sets quite a romantic scene. Don’t you agree?
4)Written by King Solomon, The Song of Songs or Shir HaShirim, is customarily read on Tu B’Av It is an erotic love poem presented in dialogue form between a man and a woman, complete with seductive kisses, sensual fragrances and the longings of love.
5) The Talmud tells us that it was on Tu B’Av that the ban on “intermarriage” between the Hebrew tribes was lifted so that any man and woman could marry anyone they loved.

Just close your eyes (but somehow keep reading), take a deep, relaxing breath and visualize a night lit by the glow of a full harvest moon. Young women dressed in the purest white are dancing and laughing in the fragrant vineyard, their garments blown gently by the breeze. Their beaus are not far behind, watching their ladies from a distance, and then slowly joining in. On this joyful night it has been sanctioned that all men and women may socialize freely at last. A young woman with a row of white daisies woven in her hair is dancing and she stumbles right into the arms of a man she has been forbidden to speak to for years. As he holds her for the first time he begins to recite a familiar love poem softly in her ear…

See? Tu B’Av is plenty romantic and it’s the only “Love Holiday” that holds any meaning for me because it comes directly from my own biblical roots. So sorry Hallmark, you’re down to 999,999,999 in sales from now on.


Dr. Limor
I am not a big fan of ‘significant dates’, I take no fancy in my date of birth, December 31st ,or Valentine’s day, in their ‘must be celebrated’ form. That said, I find the celebration of Tu B’Av rather intriguing. For the sake of her-story, The Gemara relates the origin of this date as a special joyous day to the story of the ‘intertribal frolicking’ when the Twelve Tribes of Israel were permitted to mingle with each other, namely: to marry women from other tribes (Talmud, Ta’anit 30b). This Talmudic source is likely alluding to the story in the 21st chapter of book of Judges: After a civil war between the tribe of Benjamin and other tribes, the latter vowed not to intermarry with men of the tribe of Benjamin, however on the glorious Tu B’Av, things turned loose and accommodating, just as we like them..
It should be noted that Tu B’Av, like several Jewish holidays (Passover, Sukkot, Tu B’Shvat) begins on the night between the 14th and 15th day of the Hebrew month, since this is the night of a full moon in the lunar calendar. Linking the night of a full moon with romance, love, and fertility is not uncommon in ancient cultures, and even today, within tribal societies like the Pygmies of Africa, menstrual blood means life. Women are viewed as sacred and worshipped; thus, upon a girl’s menarche she is considered gifted by the gods and the whole community is filled with gratitude and rejoicing. That celebration of the first menstruation is a ‘blessing by the moon.’ The Pygmies have a festival they call Elima that enables the entire community to be grateful and delighted for the new gift. Pygmies come to visit from different locations including potential suitors, who stay outside the Elima house and wait to be ‘reviewed’, thus the immediate correlation with mating readiness and love.

In regards to V-Day, I would like to share the anecdote of George Simenon, the Belgian author responsible for the known character of inspector Jules Maigret. Simenon claimed to have made love to 10,000 women. Regardless of the authenticity of this statement, I argue that the root of his compulsion originated from a sense of inferiority to women, a consequent fear of them and an uncontrollable rage over the existence of that fear. He was convinced that all women were laughing at him and the only way he could pursue avengement and destroy the fear each time, was by dissolving that imagined sneer on a woman’s face in his presence, into a real life expression of sexual ecstasy.

This theme of male insecurity or the depiction of inadequacy merging from being unsure of his relationship with women as well as with same sex peers, is of significant relation to abusing women. For instance, one of the promotional ads selling sex tourism in Thailand specifically for men, advertises it using the explicit notice of Thai women being ‘real’ women as they are submissive, unlike these demanding North American ‘bitches’. Since ‘maleness’ is measured by sexual conquest in western society, the agency of sex or female abuse services the male need for dominance.

On that note, whether it’s V-alentine’s or V-iolence against women Day, V stands for Vagina! So celebrate it sisters, and show them what you got

Have a delightful one, y’all!


Sexendipity-Sluts R Us

Sexendipity-Sluts R Us

If you have a vagina, chances are someone has called you a slut at
least once in your life! Who is a slut and what is encompassed within
the well known ‘slut stigma’? We slovenly tear it to shreds..join us in lewdness!


Dear Jewrotica

Dear Jewrotica #9 – Halachic Permissibles

Dear Jewrotica,

What are the halachically permissible ways of touching and having sex? Would it be permitted to touch each others’ sex organs in any way, to have oral, anal sex and so on? Can you give sources for your answers? Would it be permissible to use profanity to increase sexual relations, like saying taboo or incendiary language to arouse our emotions?

My husband wants to start using sex toys, and I was curious if a lot of frum people use them? Also he would like to start having anal sex and I was wondering the same question do frum couples have this. What positions should we use? We have also bought anal beads. Does anyone here use sex toys in their marriage? We are Orthodox/Yeshivish, and are nervous but excited. Thank you.

– Malka from New York and Shaindy from Maryland

[Editor’s Note: Dear Jewrotica received two similar queries, which were combined and presented as a single topic in this week’s column.]

Dr. Limor
And God said: ‘Let there be light.’ And there was light (Genesis 1:3) Lord have mercy, we are saved!! Let me begin by sending a worldly regard to the courageous, terrific ladies that sent these inquiries, ‘The Sodom Amusement Park’ is now reopened for play..and it’s magnificent !!
Alright everyone, settle down, we’re talking salacious, thrilling, mind blowing lust and good sex here!

To stay on the Halachic end of it, I’ll relate to The Tur (Even Ha’ezer Siman 25, and the Aruch Hashulchan quotes it in Si’if 11, Siman 25) stating that in fact it does allow anal sex AND ejaculation during it, as long as one is not ragil b’kach (i.e. one does not frequently practice this). The Rambam can be quoted stating that ‘A man’s wife is permitted to him’ (The Beit Shmuel 25)Therefore a man may do whatever he desires with his wife. He may engage in relations whenever he desires, kiss, caress or penetrate any orifice he (and she) desires! Thus, vaginal or anal intercourse or engaging in different forms of physical intimacy are permitted, provided a man does not release seed in vain.

Nevertheless, it is pious conduct for a person not to act frivolously concerning such matters and to sanctify himself at the time of relations, as explained in Hilchot Deot:

(In Hilchot Deot, ch. 3, the Rambam elaborates on the concept that all of a person’s actions, even his sexual conduct, must be for the sake of heaven. In Chapter 5, Halachot 4-5, the Rambam elaborates on refined habits of sexual conduct.)

So there you have it ladies, ‘Be Playful and Multiclimax’…;) Carnal bliss y’all!

Leora Flax
There are several resources available to the Orthodox community, so I’m betting you’re not alone. Kosher Sex Toys is dedicated to selling sex toys to Jewish couples without making them uncomfortable–shipping is very discreet, and the pictures and descriptions on the site are toned down. They are also willing to special order most products for you–I didn’t see anal beads on the site, but it sounds like they can get them. I also highly recommend a book that came out this year The Newlywed’s Guide to Physical Intimacy by Jennie Rosenfeld and David Ribner–it can answer a lot of your questions and give you some new ideas. Have fun!

Ayo Oppenheimer
Agreed. You may wish to speak with your local rabbinic authority or yoetzet halacha for the ‘what is and isn’t permitted’ question. As for what a couple actually does in the privacy of their bedroom, that is likely a different story. And a new website and set of free online resources called HalachicallyYours.org were just released last month. (One of our team members covered their launch here.) Check out their ‘Intimate Exploration’ checklist (which includes a helpful glossary) and enjoy!




Written by Dr. Limor Blockman. Dr. Limor is a renowned clinical sex counselor, educator, columnist, speaker and author. Born and raised in Haifa, Israel Dr. Limor religiously relates her creating and writing explorations and achievements to her origin and her Judaism.

I have come for you! You will not descry my presence
Until I storm and claim you
You will nevermore be the same,
Things may appear compos mentis In your shielded existence,
But upon coucher du soleil When you attempt to close your eyes,
I will be there, ravaging your body, your soul!
I will deluge every pore of your skin
With uninterrupted pleasures,
I will devour your luscious offering
And indulge in your assailable expression.
You will desecrate every slit and curve of my body
And I will invite it, plead for it.
You will watch me squirm, entangle, beg and erupt in your dexterity..
You will assert in your ownership and your control,
But nothing will square you for my attack,
On your feverish mind, your craving being
When I squander you
To your primal core!
I will haunt your dreams, I will torment your essence
And you will crawl back,
Beseeching for more of that staggering pleasure and pain..
You are star crossed,
I am Lilith!





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Written by Dr. Limor Blockman. Dr. Limor is a renowned clinical sex counselor, educator, columnist, speaker and author. Born and raised in Haifa, Israel Dr. Limor religiously relates her creating and writing explorations and achievements to her origin and her Judaism.

Her explicit erotica, The Smut Diaries, published on many online outlets worldwide, bears a Jewish aspiration, where the heroines all carry a Jewish name and identity, as a big part of their adventurous nature. Dr. Limor’s Smut Diaries incorporates a ‘daily thought’ avenue titled ‘Debauched Pensiveness’ and now ‘Poetic Lechery’, exciting libidinous poems from Dr.Limor’s ‘Treasure Chest’. Dr. Limor holds a PhD in Human Sexuality, a Master’s in Public Health & Community Medicine and a Bachelor’s in Psychology & Behavioral Sciences.


She hasted out of the heavy metal gates, Struggling to catch her breath
In her cumbersome royal gown.
Once she got away,
Far enough to see the castle disappear
In her impaired vision,
She allowed the sprawled woods
To dandle and cradle her
In a warm embrace.
She lay on the warm earth
Slowly disrobing her fettered attire
Down to her beautiful nakedness.
She placed gentle fingers
In-between her lips
Then her bottom ones..
Grasping, circling her clit
As she slowly dilated,
And doused
Her slender thighs.
They were watching her;
Caressing her full breasts,
Perusing her heated skin,
Entering her eager slit
With her small hand.
And as she climaxed,
They rushed to her assistance
Placing their robust manhood
In-between her lips
Then her bottom ones..
Taking her to the next acme,
A chain of inexcusable pleasures,
As only servants could provide
A Queen!



Dear Jewrotica #7 – Beyond the Bris

Dear Jewrotica #7 – Beyond the BrisBy Dear Jewrotica on July 11, 2013
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Dear Jewrotica,

Since the Jewish babies of today will be the Jewish husbands of tomorrow can we talk about Bris alternatives and where they fit in?

~ Mama S from Newton, MA

This week’s Dear Jewrotica query included a link to the following article. Staff responses to both the question and article can be found on the next page.

Brit Shalom: An Alternative Naming Ceremony





Erotic fantasy plays a big part in our sexual lives at GetLusty. Words can be so sexy, can’t they? From talking dirty to telling each other erotic stories, words can touch us in different ways. Our favorite erotica writer, sex educator and counselor Dr. Limor never disappoints. In her series of steamy, 50 Shades of Grey inspired female fantasies, she’s back with another tantalizing story. Her story, inspired by ‘Sarah’, makes for some enticing foreplay. Want to know more? Read on!

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Inspired by: Sarah

It isn’t every day that I come across extraordinary beauty and sensuality – just walking back home from work.

I wasn’t in such a great mood with my boss abusing my work hours once again. You’d think working for a woman would put you in a better position based on kinship; it couldn’t be further from the truth.

“Sarah, could you come in my office please, ASAP?” Her demeaning tone throws me off completely. In my head I’m ready to, yet again, slap her right in that chunky face of hers and tell her I quit. “How many times can I emphasize that I need a full list of next issue’s writers, on my desk, pronto? I can’t start sending nagging emails for all of them lazy bums to make sure they send submissions, as early as yesterday, until I see the full list! Get on it, will you?”

I’m closing her door behind me, feeling sorry for myself and very lonely. I haven’t had a close relationship in quite a while, let alone a good, mind blowing orgasm. “Note to self: stop by the adult superstore on Santa Monica and get a shiny, BIG vibrator, to make your lonely nights more palatable.”

It’s a short walk from the magazine’s headquarters to my place. So I try to avoid driving the car over, just to get my ass some much needed exercise.

As I approach the corner of La Cienaga and 3rd, I notice him. Standing peacefully at the bus station, looking so hot it’s mind blowing. His dark, thick hair blows gently in the evening breeze, exposing his gorgeous facial features. He leans against the wall, his shirt stretches over his long, athletic body. Every inch of him looks good enough to eat! I can’t stop staring at him, what a beautiful boy; he can’t be more than 23. He notices me in the corner of his eye, and turns around.

I feel exposed, like a school girl that just got caught giving head to her boyfriend in the restroom. I remain stiff in my place, unable to take my eyes of the young Adonis staring back at me. He breaks the ice and releases a shy smile, exposing perfect white teeth and mad sexy dimples. I turn away, dying of shame! What on earth am I thinking, I’m at least 15 years older than him!

I start walking in the opposite direction, beating myself up about even considering turning around, just for a minute, to see if he’s still looking. A warm hand lands on my shoulder. “Excuse me, ma’am?” Oh god did he really call me ma’am just now? “I couldn’t help but notice you from across the street. You are very beautiful.”

My mind is racing, I feel hot and aroused in the most primal way. If we were Neanderthals I would have knocked him over the head and dragged him into the cave. Just to have my way–undisturbed!

I’m examining the beautiful shape of his full lips; the brightness of his skin. His wide shoulders and his strong hands. I’m utterly speechless, giggling like a teenager.

“Thank you, likewise. I’m Sarah by the way, sorry for not introducing myself.” I feel my nipples tighten and my panties getting soaking wet, just from shaking his firm hand.

“So what do you think Sarah, can we have coffee together, tonight or tomorrow?”

I’m having an out of body experience, time stops as I run these crazy images in my head. Should I invite him over? Should I tear his clothes off and indulge in his young, incredibly passionate body?

“I live two blocks from here, I have coffee if you feel like coming over.”

He follows me home, we hardly talk. I’m walking fast, exceeding his pace for some subconscious domineering reason. He catches up with me, closes my hand in his. My pussy quivers in insatiable desire. As soon as we get inside the building, he gets close and shoves me in a corner right outside my apartment door. “I want to have you now, Sarah. I want to fuck you so bad!”

He puts his hand under my skirt and pushes my wet panties aside. His hands are covering my body; back, front, pussy, ass, neck, thighs. He’s pulling my hair back as he lifts me in his strong arms, positioning me right on top of his fully erect cock.

“Is this what you were looking at from the other side of the street, beautiful Sarah? Did you want me to put my cock inside your wet pussy?” I devour his sexy lips, running my fingers through his thick dark mane.

“Shut up and fuck me, push this big young cock of yours inside me and don’t stop till I cum. I want you to make me scream in pleasure sexy boy, can you do that?”

A quick key turn throws us on top of each other, on the floor of my studio apartment. He holds me down on the floor, spreading my legs wide and licking my clit passionately, while shoving his fingers in my eager cunt.

“I love eating you baby, do you even realize how tasty you are?” We turn into a single sexual entity panting and groaning, his head between my legs, my hands groping my breasts, squeezing my nipples, licking my lips in sheer desire.

“I want you to cum in my mouth. I want you to squirt all over my face Sarah, can we do that?”

I’m close to exploding in a very big orgasm, he doesn’t need to do much to get me to the point of no return. A strong feeling of wet stream fills my pelvis, a rush of tingling sensation crawls down my belly and erupts in a warm, sweet flush, on my little lover boy’s face.

He licks me dry and cuddles me. “Can I cum on your beautiful tits Sarah. Will that be OK?”

I nod and kneel in front of his huge erection and put it in my mouth, licking my juices off his manhood. He pants, moans and shivers. I grab his balls in my hand and gently caress them between my fingers, cradle them in my hand, licking them passionately.

“Oh baby I’m gonna cum,” he spreads his legs wide, positions his shaft right in my face and cums in a jet of white indulgence on my lips and engorged, eager breasts…

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Limor Blockman, PhD
World-renowned clinical sex counselor
Dr. Limor Blockman is a world-renowned clinical sex counselor, practicing as a relationship and family counselor, a sex educator, advice columnist, speaker and author. She holds a PhD in Human Sexuality, an MA in public health and community medicine, and a BA in psychology and behavioral sciences. She has published three bestselling books (published in Hebrew) and reaches people worldwide through print, TV, radio, Internet and video. Find out more about Limor through her website, Facebook or follow her on Twitter @DoctorLimor. Check out her new book, “365 Daily Tips for Outrageous Sex & Intimacy”.

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Because we’re dedicated to the pure, honest and simple expression of lust, we think sometimes art and poetry is an excellent way to communicate that love. And what better person than our go-to erotica writer, Dr. Limor Blockman called Indiscipliné. Enjoy erotica? Passionate wordsmith? Keep your dictionary handy and read on.

* * *

Your firm yet delicate hand
Released my high, narrow heel
Seized amidst the wooden cracks
Of the steep verandah.
As you caressed my ankle,
I sensed your warm touch gently skulking
Up my thigh.
You held on to the small of my back
And kissed my hand,
You asked for my name,
In a fine tremor,
I leaned and whispered in your ear
And you smiled,
Because you knew.

Your love and zealous ardor,
Placed me in your kind embrace.
I have granted your wish
Dressed in silk and lace,
Royally brandishing your trophy,
For the world to see.
But this golden pinfold,
Left me breathless
And twinged,
My wings condensed and shrieked
With every ornate gown,
Slipping over my flushed skin,
And my parched sex.
So I decorticated the spoils
And hastened my nakedness out of your exquisite bars,
I kissed your lips atoningly
And you frowned,
Because you knew.


Enjoyed this? Check out more of Dr. Limor’s prose below:

* Erotica! Smut Diaries: Dinah
* Erotica! Smut Diaries: Hadassah
* Erotica! The 50 Shades-Inspired Mechanic Sex Fantasy: Rachel
* Erotica! The Teachings of Pleasure

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