Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Kris: Whoopee!….A REAL SEX DATE coming up! Me says to me self, that girl that picked on me will see–“I’m NOT a “chaser”–I’m NOT a chaser. Wait till she sees what my RIGHT hand can do…I’ll show HER”….Mr. Ernest Gushing 🙂 8:03 AM
Me: Good morning Mr Frisky! 8:29 AM
Kris: Good morning! Hope u have a good day! 9:05 AM
Sent: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 11:49 AM
Subject: Thank you
Hi Sexy Sassy,
Thank you for being so patient and kind with my “long gushing emails.” I’m going to try and exercise a little self-control and not be too “high maintenance” for you–especially until after you’re finished with your latest project. But I just want you to know how much I appreciate how nice you are–how patient with my “going on and on.”
But I also want you to know I’m looking forward to how naughty you no doubt can be too. You may have “gotten a late start”–but there are no doubt some things you’re already comfortable with that I haven’t done yet—but may like to try with you. Chatting is fun with you. The sex part of the chatting is what the medical and mental health profession calls “Phase 1” of the sexual response cycle. In my work I have to diagnose mental disorders using the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th Edition” published by the American Psychiatric Association (aka: DSM-IV). DSM-V has just been published–but clinicians are not responsible to use the new version until this coming November.
There’s a whole section in it on “Sexual Dysfunctions.” Of course, if you’re going to call something a “dysfunction”—it has to be compared to what’s considered “normal.” “Normal” is considered able to enjoy the “four phases of sex” without “disturbance,” “pain” (unwanted pain that is) or inhibition:
So the DSM-IV states:
“Phase 1: Desire: This phase consists of fantasies about sexual activity and the desire to have sexual activity.”
I think we’re off to a “healthy start” with “Phase 1”–and the chatting helps—- (According to you–my hand helped you along to “Phase 3” already. Can I believe you?)
Here’s where your “vast experience” may come in handy. After a very detailed description of exactly where the orgasmic contractions happen in both the male and female (want me to type it in another email?)—–the last sentence of “Phase 3: Orgasm” in the DSM-IV states: “In both genders, the anal sphincter rhythmically contracts.”
Hmmmmm….there’s something I might like to do some more “field study” on….and see how that might be “explored” further….
Kris: shopped around….tstd.org is good as any…thanks for lead…tests 8 (not 7–includes herpes 1 & herpes 2)….going to one of their labs near me in NH tonite to pee & give blood….will scan results and attach to email to u thursday….Mr. Ernest I. Wantu 2:49 PM