So last night my girlfriend came over and we watched a movie. Partway through the movie we started making out. She usually goes home around 12:30 or so, so until that time we basically makeout and sometimes engage in oral or manual sex.
Last night, I received oral sex, and wanted to perform the same on her, but she was going on her period, and didn't feel comfortable having me go down there, which I totally understood, but I made it clear I didn't have a problem with it. This had actually been the first time she ever talked about her period with me, so I was naturally sort of interested.
So, throughout making out, she became VERY sexually aroused. I'm assuming periods like many other things vary between woman to woman, but I had never ever seen her this sexually aroused. It was as if she was another person.
She literally started acting kind of crazy. I had no idea what to do. She was laughing a lot, and had become very giggly. I mean, I didn't have a problem, but she was just very different than the person I know. We stood up to get our clothes on, and she literally started humping me... By the time I helped her get all of her clothes on, it was 2 am.
So on the way out of my house, she hid around corners and jumped out at me, and was laughing hysterically. She was just 'crazy'. It seemed she may have been on some drug.
So last night, after I dropped her off, she called me, and we talked until about 5 am. We talked about all of our worries and everything, but she was still REALLY silly. The thing is, she told me everything she had ever thought. I told her my worries about our relationship when we go to college, which she is always very hesitant to talk about, and she talked about it as if it was nothing. It was actually really good for me. We continued to talk about everything, my insecurities, her insecurities... everything. Then she went to bed, as did I.
I called her this morning to see if she was feeling better. She said she felt really weird last night, and only remembers things up until beginning to be really aroused. She doesn't even remember all of the things we talked about. She is really embarrassed in what she told me, but I am incredibly happy I know the things I know now.
So, I'm wondering, are 'episodes' like this supposed to happen? I have never ever even heard of anything like this.
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You know, this sounds more like nervous behavior to me than anything else. In other words, rather than this being about hormones (really, for most women, menstrual periods don't have the hormonal effect a lot of culture presents them as having, especially when we're not talking about pre-menstrual times, where there are bigger hormonal changes), it sounds to me like you had a conversation which felt awkward to her and which she felt nervous about.
I don't know about her and if there was any drug or alcohol use involved, but that would be another explanation for that behaviour. Simply not remembering the evening like that without any would certainly be unusual. However, if parts of last night made her really uncomfortable, it might also just be something she's saying she doesn't recall when she does. We don't know her to make a judgment on that.
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