Tuesday, July 22, 2008


I just got back from my second trip to see Master! And my goodness, we had sex a lot. Much more so than my previous visit, if I remember things correctly. Not that I'm complaining - far from it; I was the one who initiated a good portion of sexings.

On several occasions I was struck by how damn horny I was. Usually, I'm good with one go-round, but this time I wasn't satisfied until we had sex two, maybe even three times in a row. Which is really bizarre, because even though I'm multi-orgasmic, usually by the end of sex I'm a quivering, incoherent mess. But during the trip I'd have a half-dozen brain-shattering orgasms in one session and I'd just want more! It was great fun, but it made me wonder.

At first I thought it had to do with the fact that I hadn't seen Master in a while. But the time between my first trip and this last one was much shorter than the end of the school year and my first trip, even though I was hornier this time 'round. So that wasn't it. It's possible that it was hormones, since I think my period started while I was there. (But I'm not sure, since my Mirena makes my periods - when I do have them - super light, and it's possible the teensy bit of blood was the side effect of lots of rough sex in a short period of time, lol.)

I think one of the biggest differences was the time of day we had sex this time around. My first trip, we usually had it at night - often past midnight, when I'm already tired from a long day of wandering around the city. This time, however, we almost always had sex after we woke up between ten AM and noon. Not only was I refreshed and rarin' to go by that point, but I've also noticed that I tend to be hornier around noon. Which kinda sucks when I'm at work all day, but is awesome when I have nothing to do but lounge about with Master. >:3

I'm not sure what it is that makes me hornier during the day. Is it the "taboo" aspect - sex is supposed to be a nighttime activity, after all - something to do with my sleep cycle, or some independent factor? My guess is the third, since we have more-or-less independent cycles for our other urges, like sleep and hunger and such. Why can't sex have its own cycle?

Other changes between my first trip and my second? Well, I went on a free-range diet, which means I'm essentially vegetarian now, and I started doing yoga almost daily. (Gawd, I'm such a hippy.) Maybe they had something to do with it, but I don't think so.


Natty said...

It really can be a mystery why our bodies and brains do what they do when they do it, no?

You mentioned being on Mirena, and I'm curious how you find that. My doctor has suggested it to me, but I have to admit, the idea of sticking a piece of plastic in my uterus scares the hell out of me as everything is so cranky down there all the time as it is.

Zula said...

I was apprehensive about the IUD at first, too, but I took birth control pills for a while and as the side effects started stacking up the IUD began to look really promising.

Yeah, I do get crampings at odd times, but it's nowhere at the level as when I used to have my period. Most of the time it's not even worth taking an ibuprofen because it's so slight and it disappears in five minutes or so.

Not having my period rocks hardcore, though I'm a little sad that I can't use my Diva cup anymore. :( (As a side note, some people don't recommend using a Diva cup with an IUD in place because they think you might yank out the IUD by accident. But most people agree that, as long as you are reasonably careful, there's nothing to worry about.) However, there's no guarantee that the Mirena stops your period - usually it just gets a lot lighter.

I love not having to remember to take a pill every day, I don't have yeast infections or over-dryness like I did when I was on the pill, and I don't have to worry about birth control for another 4.5 years! I definitely recommend the IUD. It rocks hardcore.