Monday, October 5, 2015

Mistress Musella: Why is Sex scary?



Welcome to my column where I'll offer my own interpretations to questions asked in our Hot blog. I am not here to counsel, advise, nor hold hands, but merely to entertain you.

Why is sex scary?

It’s about losing control. Giving control of oneself over to another. Being laid bare both physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

Sex does not follow a timetable. It answers to nothing but the release. The climax of sex equals the runner’s high; the meditator’s tranquility; the royal flush to a poker player. It is the heady rush of letting go.

How can that be scary?

One must know oneself completely and intimately. Be prepared to share all that is you with another. And accept another’s total being.

Sex is pleasure.

Sex is giving in. Handing yourself over to that which sends your body rising and falling over the boundaries of stimulation.

Does sex include ‘love’? In some instances...yes. In those situations where it doesn’t, that perhaps may be the scariest because as stated above, you are allowing yourself to be invaded physically, emotionally, and spiritually. How you deal with these will ease the ‘scary’ part.


Do you dare give yourself over to Mistress Musella and her MuseItHOT family? I hope so because we have lots in store for you.

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