Grrr, Pegging Bad Sex Writing

Few things peeve me off as much as bad sex writing. I don’t just mean grammar, either. I mean nitwits who don’t know anything, passing off bad advice.

Today’s case in point comes from a site that bills itself as “Live Phone Sex Therapy” ~ something I’m sure you’ll instantly recognize as BS. These aren’t therapists.

A supposed “Very confused” male writes in:

I have a very powerful and empowering boss she is always making me work on weekends and nights for her. Black mailing me if I don’t do her sexual favors she said she will make something up and tell my girlfriend. What can I do to have her stop? I have been secretly fooling around with her for a year now. She keeps toys in her desk drawers; makes me wear her panties. I have started to look forward to her calling me into her office each week to see what else she wants me to do to her sexually; she dresses amazingly hot and smells blissful; it turns me on. I don’t want to stop what’s going on but I know it’s wrong but I love my girlfriend and don’t want her to find out about this and leave me. What can I do?

The “therapist” gives the following advice:

I’m sorry you are having trouble at your job with a woman boss as us woman can be over-bearing and very empowering for men but remember this as you a guy are very visual and seems to me you look forward to going to work and seeing what your boss is wearing that’s a normal guy thing. But these things your boss has been doing behind your door with you is that what your confused about? Has she popped your ass cherry? I think you love your girlfriend no doubt but you don’t wanna lose your job at the same time. Did it ever occur to you that maybe your bi-curious and don’t wanna anyone to know that and your boss has helped you discover this other life you really wanna live? Its totally normal, a lot of straight guys feel this way. I know from first hand experience I have turned a few straight guys in to bi curious men that actually look forward to the next time I pull out a toy and use it in their ass if it feels good then go with. Lots of married men or boyfriends are just scared to tell their girlfriends about this secret they have. They are afraid if they tell them they are gonna leave or think they’re gay and don’t wanna be with a woman and that’s not the case. I think you shouldn’t hide this secret anymore. I can help you and maybe give you some pointers and having your girlfriend wander these fantasies with you if you decide to tell her.

Trying to look past the gross grammatical errors, which this reply is so rife with it’s not possible to forgive them as typos, I can’t contain my ire at the gross inaccuracies here.

What the hell about a man receiving strap-on sex from a chick is bisexual?!

Hey, “therapist,” have you ever heard of the prostate? Do you even know that manipulation of the prostate can lead to orgasm? Saying a man who is aroused &/or orgasms from stimulation of the male prostate, anus, rectum, et al. ~ especially by a woman ~ is “bisexual” is akin to saying that a woman who likes her man to lick her pussy is “bisexual” or “lesbian.” It’s pure physical pleasure, idiot!

Even when you add in panties, blackmail, and a dominating female boss, there’s no evidence of the man’s bisexual nature or even being bi-curious. So he’s into, or at least susceptible to, sexual power plays (most often referred to as “power exchange” in BDSM circles). Liking or fantasizing about a femdom or Dominatix doesn’t make a man bi or gay ~ not even when he’s forced to submit to acts with men. For those sexual acts are more about exploring taboos via domination and submission (D/s) than it is about any lust for of love of men.

Could the (I believe fictitious) “Very confused” be bi curious, bi, or even gay? Sure he could be. But there’s nothing in what he wrote to indicate that whatsoever.

And pretending otherwise likely keeps more men from genuine sexual satisfaction than the whateveritis these chicks think they are doing.

Not only aren’t these folks real therapists, they aren’t even phone sex operators with a decent marketing tactic. (In fact, I don’t know what bothers me more, the bad advice or the botched marketing! Way to show your ignorance. *snort*) It’s one thing to explore fantasies, even encourage sex fantasies, under an entertainment facade of “therapist” or other confidant ~ but please, be educated enough to know what the hell you are talking about. It’s the only way you’ll really be able to push the right buttons and deliver on the fantasy. I know, I’m an educated sex pro.

Here’s my advice to all: Go Google “pegging.” And to men looking for such erotic phone play, go to real phone sex pros who know the score.

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