Remember your first time having sex? That uncomfortable, strange, confusin g ordeal? Despite what we see in the movies, first time romps are rarely the most orgasm-inducing, rocket-blasting sensual experiences of our burgeoning sex lives. The truth is, no one knows what they're doing. And what about having sex with a woman? When two women have sex, it is as unique, awkward, and liberating as any other kind of sex. Sex between two women is valid, strange, and beautiful. But if you've never done it before, the experience may seem a little daunting. So, if you've been curious about what it's like to get down with another lady, or want to know what to expect when you finally take the plunge, here are six real women's stories on having sex with a woman for the first time. I didn't really 'react' one way or another, it just felt very natural and I absolutely liked it.
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The first thing I noticed about her was her skin. It was alabaster, smooth like butter and translucent. Sitting in meetings with her at the prominent literary agency where we both worked left me feeling weak. She was 40 and had been married for 10 years, with three children under the age of Except one night, I did.
I need to move on in life," the actress told SheWired. McGillis, the star of "The Accused" and "Witness," was long rumored to be a lesbian. She even played a closeted Army colonel in "The L Word. Carol Leifer, 52, said a growing number of middle-aged women are listening to what she calls the "Sapphic siren call," or as Elaine would say, "joining the other team. Leifer, the inspiration for the Elaine Benes character from TV's "Seinfeld," was married and dated only men the first 39 years of her life -- one of them was Jerry Seinfeld himself. But at 40, she had a fling with a woman and fell in love. I was looking for something fun and chic. I didn't think it would redefine me as a person. Women who love other women have become more commercially visible in recent years, in television shows like Showtime's "The L-Word" and in songs like Katy Parry's "I Kissed a Girl. And experts say many women who may have felt stymied by homophobia in previous generations are finding permission for the first time to explore a new sexual identity -- later in life.