- What type of clothes make you feel sexy?
a. specially selected casual outfit
b. lingerie or silky pyjamas
c. elegant, dressy evening clothes
d. anything that leaves me almost naked
The honest answer is anything in which I feel comfortable; there is nothing I wear that, of itself, makes me feel sexy; and I never wear pyjamas (or lingerie for that matter).
- Which do you prefer?
a. pillow talk
b. sexy texting
c. love notes
I’ve never really been one for leaving love notes. Pillow talk has it’s place and sexy texting can help keep things bubbling along or grow anticipation. Really, it all depends on the circumstances.
- Which do you do best?
a. pillow talk
c. writing love notes
As above, I don’t really go in for love notes. Pillow talk isn’t really my thing, although I’ve been known to put my mind to it. Sexy texting is, however, something that I have been known to indulge in and I have written before about how it can be used as a form of extended foreplay.
- You been granted just ONE of the following in your favourite city/place in the world. Which would you choose and why?
a. 24 hours of romance
b. 24 hours of lust (intense, overwhelming sexual desire but not acted upon mixed with enthusiasm for life)
c. 24 hours of sex
On the grounds that, in my opinion at least, romance can include elements of lust and sex, then I’d probably go with (a). I don’t honestly think I (or possibly anyone) is actually physically capable of a full 24 hours of sexual activity (recovery periods, physiological needs, etc.). Lust can (and is fun), but 24 hours of it would, I think, be extremely frustrating.
- How do you tap into your sexiness?
I’m not really sure that I do. I write stories, which other people find arousing but there is nothing that I specifically do that makes me feel/believe I am sexy. Knowing that other people do see me in that way is sufficient for me.
Generally speaking, one goes hand in hand with the other. As such, one result of this is that they are both, currently, as non-existent as each other.