Alluring Chastity is a vibrant, beautiful young woman who wonders if she might not also be bisexual. She loves to make dinners for her men and considers herself a passionate home cook. She likes to swim and run to stay in shape, and is also a big fan of cardio kickboxing.
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“It’s a strange thing, to wonder if you might be bisexual and not be quite sure,” she says. “I have always liked men. I find them incredibly sexy. Masculinity had always fascinated me, and being touched and held by a man, being held close to him and pressed against his body, that is something I will never get tired of. I love it every time. I enjoy being close to men and I like getting to know them emotionally too. When a man opens up to you, when he shares with you what is inside his mind and his heart, he’s giving you an incredible gift. He’s showing you a side of himself that not just anybody gets access to. So it makes it all that much more intimate when the two of you start to connect. It opens the doors between you even as it helps you to forge that connection. This is that wow phase of every new relationship, when you’re excited just to hear from them and to talk to them. It’s all new and it’s all exciting. It kind of skirts the limits of just being infatuation, but among adults it can grow into something much stronger pretty fast. I love that stage of every interaction with men.”
Chastity admits that exploring her bisexual urges is something that she enjoys doing with a male companion. “Men know their way around women,” she says, “so it is only natural to want a kind of guide with you. I mean, I know a woman’s body. It’s familiar territory to me, and when you come right down to it, who knows better how to make a woman feel good than another woman? She has lived with the equipment all her life, after all. But a man knows from experience what it’s like to seduce a woman, something that I don’t have the same experience with doing. So it’s nice to be able to use my man as a guide when it comes to getting close to a woman. I like the art of seduction. I like feeling like I’m being seduced even while I’m doing it to someone else. It’s all very sensual and I can’t imagine anything that feels better than that.”
Cooking for her man is another way that Chastity gets close to someone when she wants to get to know them better. “I think cooking for someone is very intimate,” she says. “You have to have a lot of trust in someone to cook for them, and to you have to trust someone quite a bit to eat what they have cooked for you. There is room for rejection on both sides. If I cook something for a man and he doesn’t like it, I feel rejected. If I cook something and he is worried about his reaction to tasting it, then he could conceivably find himself responsible for me being upset, and that in turn makes him nervous and unsettled. But they say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach and I’ve always believed that. When you cook for someone, you open up your soul to them. You show them that you have skills, and they, in turn, show you what they’re like when they’re in a position to be critical. I think both are important.”
Chastity goes on, “The reason both being critical and being criticized are important, especially when you’re getting to know somebody, is that these are two sides of what is the same coin. You don’t want to get close to someone who doesn’t know how to handle criticism or failure. Those are important features when someone is getting close to you. And you don’t want to get close to someone who is overly critical and unkind. So the two of you have to kind of feel your way to make sure that both of you can handle each other.”
Chastity believes that kindness is very important to the human condition. “I think humanity would be better overall if we all learned to be kind. Kindness solves a lot of problems. I don’t mean that you should be uncritically kind, just nice to everybody no matter who they are or what they do. But you should strive to bring more light into the world. Practice random acts of kindness. If we all did that we would all be happier. Helping and being helped… both of these are fulfilling individually. Kindness is its own very special reward.”