I remember the other day, I was watching a tv program that talks about sex and I remember hearing of a female porn star that wanted to break the record of intercourse partners. I think it was something like 510 partners in 24 hours. I haven't calculated but that would a lot per hour.
Its just oo unsafe, I would like to know the partner(s) I am with, I can't just have intercourse with them, its just to weird.
I only had one partner and I hope it stays that way. It already took awhile for me to open up my sexuality to one person. Hey thats just my opinion thou, some people are more comfertable with there body and sexuality.
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How come LilBlueSmurf ? You always thought I was a girl, because of the Willow part or what ? I mean, Willow is the bi girl in Buffy The Vampire Slayer so maybe because of that I don't know. I've used this nickname in various name and I never heard such thing.
It's just funny, no offence at all !
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Lol. I think that record's kinda sick. I would never sleep with that many guys in my lifetime, let alone one day. My morals tell me that more than 2 guys in one day is pretty questionable behavior. Only my opinion, though.
quote:One of the stranger manifestations of recent times is this obsession with big: big movies, big business, and now, it seems, big gangbangs. The first of these, by a 22-year-old student named Annabel Chong who had a voracious sexual appetite worthy of the mantle, copulated 251 times by 80 guys in a 1995 extravaganza. In April 1996 the record was surpassed by the sultry Jasmine St. Clair, who engaged in sex 300 times with 51 different men. Unfortunately for those hoping for a little eroticism this time around, it was obvious that Jasmine could barely conceal her revulsion at the industry and was only there to pick up a paycheck.
On February 1999 a woman named Houston set out to break all the records for a new video, sensibly titled ****** ******* ******** ***. First, however, she would need to scrounge up some volunteers. An intense publicity drive was launched, including a couple appearances on Howard Stern, where she enticed listeners to be one of many to "sleep with" Houston. The pitch was certainly effective: The thought of making it with a 36DD blonde bombshell got the attention of every involuntary virgin and dateless wonder in the country. On February about 60 of the more intrepid ones arrived, armed with the required $85 HIV tests. Also along were a passel of news reporters, at least 40 "professionals" no doubt hoping for some free publicity, and an uncountable number of curiosity seekers. At 11:30 a.m. the spectacle began. Despite the grand buildup and hype, the sex itself seems in comparison anticlimactic. Like the preceding sessions, speed was of the essence, so men were hustled up to the waiting Houston and given a fixed amount of playtime. After 10 hours of work, intermixed with a few brief breaks, the results were computed. The final tally: 620 times.
Or so they say. The prevailing view among the crowd was that the numbers were heavily padded, derived by a brand of arithmetic that would make defense contractors green with envy. Many a cynical observer noted the count seemed to grow at a faster rate than the action warranted, and would inexplicably leap at times. Were the producers counting penetrations, the number of times of physical contact, or every mope who watched? At best this number reflects the organizers desperation in one-upping their equally disingenuous rivals, and at worst outright fraud.
In an interview with Salon.com Houston told one reporter "No, no. It's not about sex…[The guys are] in and out. It's an event. It's a world record. It's just a freak show, basically. It's for ******* freaks. I mean, I wouldn't watch it. I have Jasmin's video and I still haven't watched it." You may want to follow her advice.
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