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S/HE 55 how she would lean awkwardly against the corner of a bar, watching the
women play pool, maybe a glass in her hands to give them something to do.
Later in the week, as we cruise the shopping malls, she exclaims over the beauty
I'd asked what you wanted me to do when I had you in my hands, and you had
said shyly, almost unintelligibly, "Make me your butch." Rocking back and forth in
her chair, my friend says, "Tie her ankles and hands with ribbons, then tease.
She covered me with her weight as I lay face down on the bed, my hands up by
my head. She didn't hold my hands down. I wanted her to, but I didn't ask. My
sudden heat as she lifted herself away from me, against the chilly autumn air, and
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