The foulest, most disgusting sex I ever had was sex I never quite got around to having. Then, one enchanted evening. I had been primed, ready, and raring to go for months, but he had been resistant—some nonsense about a live-in girlfriend, plus a mutated sense of morality that allowed him to put his hand, but not his penis, up my skirt. His girlfriend had finally dumped his cheating ass, so I figured I was finally going to git me a piece! Excited does not begin to describe my mood.
The worst sex i’ve ever had
We Asked Women to Sum Up the Worst Sex They Ever Had in Six Words
I don't care how many times you've said it or how many times it was true. I want stories people I hope this doesn't get flagged!!! Mine first A few years ago, after a breakup, I called a male friend of mine to hang out. He brought alcohol. We drank and ended up in bed together guess I know why he was friends with me, huh? The experience was a nightmare.
8 Women Reveal The Worst Sex They've Ever Had, So Prepare To Cringe
Some people say pizza is like sex: even when it's bad, it's still pretty good. But that has not at all been our experience. When sex is bad, it can be achingly, insanely terrible—weird smells, awkward noises, unpleasant partners. We have heard many tales of sexual terror from female friends, which prompted me to look for more. Here, we ask women friends and co-workers to recall their most terrible, awkward sexual trysts.
Despite your wildest and most sexually satisfying dreams, the unfortunate truth is that not all sex is created equal. On one hand, reading stories where women reveal the worst sex they've ever had can feel about as cringe-worthy as it gets — but then again, it's also kind of comforting to know that almost everyone has had at least one less-than-great experience in the boudoir. Even though having bad sex can be frustrating at times, at the very least, sexual experiences that leave something to be desired can be an opportunity to figure out what does and doesn't turn you on. Another important thing to realize is that what constitutes as "good" and "bad" sex can be subjective.