Am I the only one out there who finds himself in this situation?
I was 26 and my girlfriend was 23. I had been interning with a youth program at a church, and she was a volunteer who also worked with the kids. We both decided to work at a camp in California for the summer. We hadn't talked too much about our physical relationship, but knew that we wanted to stick with kissing and hugging and 'no touching in the swim zone.' Or at least that was what we taught the high school kids at camp. But it had become clear that she wasn't as committed to that idea as I thought, and I was more than happy to follow her lead.
Our first time that got really intense was on a day off we had together. We were in the mountains and took off in the car to head for a great little hike into a river with great rocks all around to hang out in the sun. We were exhausted and mostly just hung out in the sun, napped, played around and swam a little. We kissed and touched... but not in the forbidden zone! But the sexual tension was definitely building. I couldn't take my eyes off her great looking body in the swim suit, and every time I touched her I would get a hard on that I tried to cover up. But just being in my swim suit, I probably didn't do such a good job of that. I really needed to get back to camp, find some lotion and tissue, and get some relief.
It was getting late so we headed back. It was dark now. We were still just in our swim suits, and we continued to touch and get pretty hot in the car ride back. Finally we got back, parked in the parking lot, and just started making out like animals. But, we still didn't want to 'go too far' so it was just a lot of kissing and touching, but things started moving really fast, she got really aggressive and I just went with it. Finally she jumped over to my seat, straddling me, and started grinding on my 5.5 inch hard on while we panted and and thrust our tounges into each other's throats. I have a rediculously short fuse and just blew my load in seconds. It kind of scared me, made me realize what we were doing, and I basically picked her up and put her back into her seat before things progressed even further.
We talked a bit and she was very sorry for pushing things as far as she did. And so we committed to being more careful. That didn't last very long.
We spent a lot of time that summer telling the kids to 'do as we say, and not as we do.'