Sex Lessons

We may be making progress in the lioness sex department. Mrs. Lion expressed a willingness to work on reviving her libido (“Sex for Everyone…Maybe“). That’s a great start. I learned of this at the same time as you. No matter. The important thing is that Mrs. Lion is willing to work on lioness libido restoration. In her post, she said that at some time in the past, she told me what works to get her motor running. I’m sorry to say that I don’t remember what that was. I need a refresher course.

I may need more than that. She may need to work to restore her sexual interest. I need more than a list of things to do. neither of our problems is going to cure themselves. We have to work actively to make things better. My problem has less to do with techniques than it does with a deep-seated fear of rejection. I think that I need to try to get past this problem the same way that actors deal with stage fright.

I will never get over my issue with initiation, but I can learn to manage it. Let’s say that Mrs. Lion has a list of three things I need to do in order to prepare her for sex. Her list is probably longer, but no matter. She can set up practice sessions for each one. The goal of these sessions isn’t to get her turned on, though it would be a nice bonus if they do. The objective is to train me to do these things without hesitation or fear. That will happen if she is very accepting each time I try.

It may seem silly, but I’m afraid of rejection. By enthusiastically welcoming my attention, Mrs. Lion trains me to be less scared. At the same time, she is learning to enjoy efforts to turn her on. It’s a win-win but will only work if we practice consistently. It may sound mechanical and far from aoursing. That doesn’t matter. The arousal comes later when I’m trained to deliver in a more natural setting.

This should work for us both. It’s not going to happen quickly, but we will be having fun as we practice.

2 Comments

  1. Good news! But the lion will have to try very hard to help the lioness along the way.

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      I’m going to help as much as I can.

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