being a tease

I’m not a tease, per se, but I do love teasing. A “tease” is someone who promises one thing but doesn’t deliver. Teasing, to me, just means building anticipation until its reaches a peak, then delivering on your promises. I think it’s a highly underrated sexual technique; it’s really an excellent method that travels well – meaning that if you’re in public, it’s still something you can do well with a big effect on your partner.

I’m not a tease, per se, but I do love teasing. A “tease” is someone who promises one thing but doesn’t deliver. Teasing, to me, just means building anticipation until its reaches a peak, then delivering on your promises. I think it’s a highly underrated sexual technique; it’s really an excellent method that “travels well” – meaning that if you’re in public, it’s still something you can do well with a big effect on your partner.
I like teasing to start in public with looks, comments, random touches that are still (somewhat) appropriate in public. This can go on for minutes or hours, depending on the mood of the participants, the public venue, and the person you’re teasing, of course.
But the real teasing can begin once a private or semi-private location is reached. We’re by nature sexual beings; it gives us the greatest pleasure our bodies can know. It’s a shame that in this fast-food world of NOW NOW NOW that we sometimes forget to slow down, draw it out, and let the anticipation build.

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