Raising Him As Her
Once when I was twelve, I was at home alone. So, I decided to panty-raid. I put on a pair of my mom's silky panties. Then I heard her car, so I pulled my jeans up over the panties. When she got in, she told me to try on a new pair of jeans she had gotten for me. I gasped. I didn't do it, so she pulled down my pants herself. She just stared when she saw the panties. She said, "Go put them back, please," and smiled. That week, I went to camp. When I got home, my whole room was remodeled. It was pink, and there were drawers labeled and containing undies, bras, swimsuits, skirts, dresses, and shirts. My closet was full of girls' clothes. My mom said, "Well, you liked wearing my panties, so you are going to be my daughter." I was home-schooled as a girl, too. All of this for wearing my mom's panties.
— Ivan, 24
Suspenders and Short Shorts
Up Against the Wall and Spread 'Em
Taken, But Available
Not every couple has a cute (or even socially acceptable) answer to the oft-asked question: "How did you two meet?" That's because for a surprisingly high number of couples, the answer is: "Oh, I stole him/her away from someone else."
Lost That Lovin' Feeling?
When you and your lover first started dating, your brain was pumping out phenylethylamine (PEA), which pretty much drove you lovesick lust-bunnies to chase each other 'round the bedroom. After a few years together, though, that PEA was replaced by other hormones, like oxytocin, which gave you that warm and fuzzy couple-y feeling, but didn't exactly inspire fits of passion.