Why I Love Inexperienced Men

By Kendra Holliday | July 3, 2019

One of the best parts of my job as a sacred prostitute is that I get to spend time with adult virgins. And every time I do, there is one less adult virgin in the world. 🙂

After a recent encounter, one of my former virgin clients shared this with me:

Porn has almost completely lost its luster for me. I find it vastly inferior to the memories of the experience I had with you in St. Louis, and those are just memories! All I have to do is think of you – of your smell, eating your pussy, kissing you, fucking you, feeling your weight against my body, intertwining my legs and arms with yours – and I am instantly aroused beyond anything porn can do for me. Frankly, now that I’ve had a taste of the real thing, it’s hard to see porn as anything other than a pale imitation of what sex is really like.

Yes I'm easy!

I love helping my fellow man.

This man and I would love to have another session, but logistics are challenging – finances and distance – he had to drive hours to make it happen, which I think is very brave and commital – Cowboy Ethics! Ride for the Brand!

By the way, inexperienced men tend to be some of the best pussy eaters! It’s TRUE. ESPECIALLY when they read and research in preparation for our sacred encounter – two great articles to read before you enter my bedroom chamber is “How to Eat My Pussy” and “What I Like and Don’t Like.”

That’s not the only reason I love inexperienced men. They’re more respectful and grateful. You get to teach them how to be good lovers. I wish I could get to them when they’re younger, before they’re warped by porn and misinformation, but society can’t handle that.

One of my clients is quite unique – he has sickle cell anemia, which is a rare blood disease.

Here is the initial request I received from him:

My name is Robert and I am 38 years old. I saw an article about your blog in the RFT. I’ve been reading your blog off and on since then. I’m learning a lot from your advice and the advice of others on your links column. The experience has really been enlightening. I hope you can enlighten me some more.

I have sickle cell anemia. It’s a blood disease that misshapes the blood cells and make them pretty much incapable of carrying oxygen through the body. Their odd shape can get them stuck in the bloodstream; it causes chronic excruciating pain that needs medical attention. It can be deadly in some cases. Eventually, the body’s organs become negatively affected.

I suffered a stroke when I was 17, my senior year in high school. I was diagnosed with kidney failure in 2002 and started dialysis in 2003.

Throughout my teens, I was really sick, so I relied on my parents to take care of me. This made me decide to stay away from any kind of personal relationships. A couple of months after my stroke, I declared myself asexual; I figured no woman would want to be in a relationship with someone who wasn’t totally healthy.

After the kidney failure diagnosis, I started dialysis in 2003. In the five years of dialysis, I had only one bout of severe pain. I owe it all to my changed lifestyle of eating better and exercising as much as I could tolerate.

The positives only got better from there. In the summer of 2007. I got on the transplant list. In 2008, I got a new kidney. I now have a clean bill of health.

Last year, I declared to myself that I would now seek out a relationship, and if the friendship turned into something more, I would see where it goes. I am healthy and confident enough that a love life would be sustainable for me.

My problem is that I’m still anemic. That’s never going away. I get fatigued easily. At this stage of my life, I’m wondering about sex. I don’t know how long I would last and what I could do.

I love my doctors, but they’re not sex therapists, so they can’t really help with this worry. If I’m in a relationship that involves intercourse, I need to ease myself into the act and last for as long as it takes for both of us to be satisfied. Can you help?

Waiting for your kind words with baited breath,
Robert

I was intrigued. Right away I did some research on sickle cell anemia and sex and found there isn’t much out there. You’re supposed to drink a lot of water to hydrate yourself, and men tend to have prolonged erections. Looks like we’d have to learn together!

After our initial consult, we had our first hands on session.

During our mutual body tour, I traced my finger gently over his diagonal kidney transplant scar. I asked him, “So how many kidneys do you have now?”

He said, “Three, actually. They left my two original kidneys in there when they inserted the new one.”

Interesting!

We took it slow and explored each other. It was his first time nuzzling a woman, touching her breasts, feeling her curves, basking in female erotic energy. Needless to say, he LOVED it!

I was sensitive to causing any pain, but he was much stronger than he thought he would be. Sexy endorphins and the pleasure washing over him canceled out any aches and pains. He loved being worshiped and feeling a blowjob for the first time, and we tried sex with me on top. It went just fine!

The second time we got together, he performed oral sex on me. I sat on his face, letting all my good, healing energy flow right down into his mouth and through his body.

He was so adept, I teased him, “Are you sure you haven’t done this before? How did you get so good?” His tongue and lips knew some tricks – licking my fleshy labia and honing in on my happy little clit.

“I read your post about it,” he replied proudly. He gets a gold star! 🙂

This was taken in a shady glen in the country

Hooray for gold star cunnilingus!

We tried different positions this time – missionary and doggy style. It turns out missionary was his best position, which surprised both of us.

“I’m learning so much about myself!” he exclaimed.

I showed him the Magic Wand and we tried it on him. He loved the strong vibration on his genitals, and even felt relief in his sore hip! It’s so fun exploring sensations and limitations. It turns out when you’re enjoying another person in a relaxed setting and without pressure, you can accomplish great things!

It turns out he has plenty of stamina and capability as a lover. Our love lessons will give him the confidence to finally pursue romantic relationships.

Sexy gold star success!

Comments

Kendra Holliday 2015-12-10 12:18:49

I showed this post to Robert, and he was glad to read it! He added, “Missionary was my best position. If the entire hour had been missionary, I wouldn’t have minded. I also learned I like a good massage. Most importantly, I learned that I can please someone without tiring myself out, which is what I wanted to know all along. That knowledge is worth the price.” YAY! I’m a happy Holliday! 🙂

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Anna 2015-12-10 12:25:20

This is so beautiful and awesome! It’s really neat how you’re helping him as he builds a relationship to his body and learns to trust it.

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santa 2019-07-04 23:23:11

you are so giving….love this post!

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