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Dad – Trading Massage Techniques with Father


Dad Jerks Off for Me – Female POV


Darkroom Timer


Dance, Naked Shuffle Dance Girl


DD-Free – A short form used in personal ads to mean “drug and disease free,” or “drama and disease free.”


Decline – Sensory Decline


Degloving


Depilation – Hair removal


Dermatologist Mother


Description – Something quite unusual


Dick-fart: The release of air or gas from the meatus (peehole). This is quite rare. You’ll find details on the Q   page.


Different, Give This a Try – For Women or Men


Digital Rectal Exam


Dildo, 36-Inch Flexible


Diphallia – a male congenital condition


Discovered by Co-Worker – Male masturbation tale


Distance: Ejaculation Distance Contest – Male point of view story, heterosexual


Distance Contest – Another distance contest


Docking: surrounding the tip of a man’s penis with the foreskin of another man. Of course at least one of the men has to be uncircumcised.


Doctor: I Work For A Doctor – Ebook, Heterosexual


Doctor – Male/female exam erection story


Doggy At The Creek – Memoir of being caught


Dojo – Like Shaolins


Domination – Info


Donald Ducking – wearing a T-shirt but nothing else.


Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell – Military Erotica, male point of view, bisexual


Dorm Living, Naked – Bisexual story, male point of view


Double Massage


Double Fisting – Info


Double Penetration


Downside – What can be wrong with masturbation?


The Drip Society – Male point of view


Drugs: Poppers


Drummer, My Girlfriend the Drummer


Dry Orgasm – Also known as ‘dry ejaculation’


Dry Ejaculations and Continuous Orgasms – Short Version


Dye – The Ultimate Dye Job – A heterosexual story


Dysmorphia – also known as body dysmorphia is the belief that oneself is not good looking or misshapen or discolored in some way. This may be due to excess weight, an unusual face, scars or other physical attributes, but often it is an untrue belief. A man may feel his penis is too small, for instance, when in fact it is actually average size. Your author has often felt there’s ‘something’ wrong with his face, but he just can’t quite identify what it is. While evidently unfounded, variations of this dysmorphia are quite common.

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