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I was kissing my boyfriend yesterday (just kissing, I swear :-P), and I started getting really wet. Like, really, and I'm definitely not like that all the time.

Is it normal to get that turned on from just kissing?

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Well, if you ask me, there's little that's hotter than kissing, especially really good kissing. If someone told me, personally, that I could only choose one sexual activity to do for the rest of my life, including kissing, it'd be a very easy vote. [Smile]

A serious kissing session can be as ungodly sexy as anything else. So, sure, it's just as normal to get very turned on by that than it is by anything else you could think of.

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Yes. Yes it is!

Feminism is just another tool women should have in their toolboxes, right next to their dildo.

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