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Feisty female enjoys constant flow of frolic with her ‘sefure’ quartet

Shukan Bunshun Nov. 18

“There’s a man I love best, but as his work took him to a faraway place, it’s become a long-distance romance. So to keep the pot boiling, so to speak, I became sefure (sex friends) with four guys. They are all different types, so I can alternate them and enjoy real variety.”

Thus begins another far-fetched tale of feminine frolic from the December issue of the women’s soft porn magazine Ai no Taiken Special Deluxe, as introduced in Shukan Bunshun (Nov. 18).

“The first,” she continues, “was ‘A,’ a student. He was a virgin and I popped his cherry. Sex with him is easygoing and pleasant.

“When I feel more frisky, I make an appointment to meet up with ‘B.’ He’s a nervous salaryman type, and we can really get it on together.

“Then there’s ‘C,” who’s also a salaryman, but five years older. He seems to be a bit terrified of his wife, and expects me to treat him like a kid. This kindles the sadist in me, and he’ll feign terror when I let fly with verbal invective.

“Mr. ‘D’ is the oldest of them all. He’s very solicitous and treats me like a queen. He’s not vigorous enough to make it several times a night, but of the four he’s definitely the most practiced technician.

“One fella after the next, I get to do it every day,” she boasts.

The writer’s byline is a fiendish twist on “Okini mesu mama,” the Japanese title of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It.” By changing Okini to Okunni, it means “As You Receive Cunilingus.” (W.W.)

Source: “Shukujo no zasshi kara,” Shukan Bunshun (Nov. 18, page 103)

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