"everyone knows the first step to becoming a teen girl is turning 13 on your birthday, but what happens next? proper well informed information on this very important time in a girl’s life is hard to find. what you want is advice and survival tips for growing up as a teen girl from someone who has the right knowledge and experience and that is me, wolf pupy."
"I’m not sure why sex is sometimes a gift we want to confer on those we love, but it is. Healthy, messy, wet fucking—I wanted to see Billy with a good woman or trans-midget and realize his illicit fantasies of speedos and pygmies and erections in public places. I suppose because I diligently shut down all sexual desire out of some kind of survival instinct and clung to the bloated corpse of a relationship that bobbed in the ebb and flow of my own poverty, thinking about Billy was a way of deflecting interest about me and my own shameful lack of sex."
"There it is. We can finally all agree that women want to have sex. Variously portrayed in the past as tamers of men and tenders of children, we’re now deemed well endowed with horniness. But does that mean we experience desire in the same way that men do? My lust tells me we don’t. Mine, I confess, isn’t blind or monumental or animal. It comes with an endless internal monologue—or maybe dialogue, or maybe babel. My desire is always guessing, often second-guessing. Female lust is a powerful force, but it surges in the form of an interrogation, rather than a statement. Not I want this but Do I want this? What exactly do I want? How about now? And now?"