I was shooting for a 70% (31.5/45) but I ended up getting a 93% (42/45). I’m not that great at chemistry so I’m super proud of myself.
My chem course is a dual credit course for a university as well, and I’m a sophomore in highschool :) I’m super happy.
Sorry if the title is too vague, but I'm looking for recommendations for more casual Podcasts that are hosted by people who feel like real friends. The genre doesn't particularly matter for me. Some examples include:
So I’m a straight guy (27M) and I was browsing pornhub, and I found a channel that I found myself surprisingly into. It was called “Hot Guys fuck”. It consists of a really hot guy and a really hot girl. They talk for a bit. The camera man sometime makes them play a sexy truth or dare, and to get them horny, and builds sexual tension and then they fuck. While there is a bit too much focus on the guy’s body for my personal liking, it’s still really hot. The girl seems like she is enjoying herself and there genuinely feels like the sexual tension between them.
I sometimes have a hard time getting into the crummy acting of a typical porno, and amateur porn lacks context and decent production value, so we there is no tension built. I hear most of these complaints about porn are from women.
I want more porn, where girl actually get seduced. Just curious to see who can relate. And if anyone has any similar channels that are a bit more for the male gaze, please let me know.
Also just out of curiosity who here also like hot guys fuck, what’s your gender, and sexual orientation?
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