They say that everybody remembers their first time, but I think I remember mine a bit more than most. My first time came after being a virgin all through high school — and even later than that, it was only after the bandages were removed that I actually hit a home run. In high school, when it came to women, I was probably the biggest dope around. We were going at it hot and heavy, and I had a raging woodie, but I was too intimidated to try anything but kiss her. At one point she moved my hand to her breast, and I thought — Oh, my God. I was in heaven. After a few minutes she stopped and pushed me back, looked me in the eyes. The next day I told a friend and he laughed out loud. The summer after high school, I met a girl from a neighboring district while my friends and I were out at a bar. I fell head-over-heels in love with her.
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And life is funny that way. Anyway, I never really gave breasts much thought before. More surprisingly, almost all the time. Because even if you are not thinking about it, apparently, other people are. I seem to have come to the age and time when everyone seems to be obsessed about breasts. I still remember the first time I started to develop lumps. My yr-old chest seemed normal until one day, I felt a tiny lump that hurt when touched. I know I told my mom about it and if I remember correctly, she got worried as well, and told me to not touch it. Just that.
Today, a year-old guy remembers what it felt like to touch a woman's breasts for the very first time The first time a guy touches breasts is a very important event in his life, like his first professional baseball game or his Bar Mitzvah. I was 15 years old when I first felt a woman's breast. As a freshman in high school, I had been dating T. We had made out a few times, and the chemistry was building. One Friday, after a study group at a friend's house, T. It was springtime, and I still remember that T. Perfectly flimsy and inviting. My mom wouldn't get home from work until late. The place was dim and quiet; perfect for the solemn and powerful event that was about to take place.