During my senior year in High School, as I was getting regular action from my first ever cub, I read an article in Cosmopolitan which was to shape my entire sex life.
It was the 80s, and the sexual advice published in women’s magazines was getting more and more literal with each subsequent issue. In that specific article a woman in her forties was talking about her twenties.
She was quoted saying something like: “If only I could have the body I had then with the knowledge, experience and confidence I have now!” I was an early wake up call, and my instant reaction was: “Well, I’ll be damned if anyone ever catches me ever saying that. Ever thinking it even.”
I thus proceeded to embark on the path of sexual enlightenment in a swift, efficient, and one might say, almost military fashion. The journey was full of adventures and surprises, and as one would expect, mostly enjoyable. And like our new blogger Stan, I wasn’t oblivious to the charms of youth. But better sex (and to be fair, better interaction all-round) was usually to be found with more experienced partners, sometimes men whose kids were older than me. Made perfect sense. Just as much as the other way round makes sense now: it’s all part of passing knowledge on to the next generation.
So for now, I’d like to congratulate Stan for his successful interview, and wish him great sex and great fun with his new boss, her grey hair, and her “warm cloak of confidence.” In the meantime, I will keep on making good use of my own (and now long-acquired) confidence in all the bedrooms in my life.