“I’ve kept it a secret from my husband, but I’m bisexual. Even now, I sneak out to lesbian bars, where I feign to be a single woman.”
Yikes and zounds, here we go with another fulsome female fantasy, from the pages of December issue of Ai no Taiken Special Deluxe, as introduced in Shukan Bunshun (Jan. 5-12).
“One day when I dropped into a lesbian bar and looked at one of the customers, I was in for a surprise: It was a married woman living in the same apartment building as me! Our love affair began on the spot.
“Just a little while before, I had purchased a two ended vibrator — one of those things where each woman inserts it into her own vagina simultaneously and then you flip the switch. When we stuck it in and tried it out, the sensation was indescribable.
“But now things have taken a strange turn: I’ve also begun an affair with my lover’s husband as well. Actually I started it by saying to him, ‘Say, I bet you’re not aware that your wife is cheating on you’ (without telling him that I was her extramarital partner). After all, I like doing it with both men and women, but I’d never done it with both partners in a married relationship.
“What gets me incredibly turned on is the feeling of depravity from betraying my female partner.”
The pseudonymous byline for this particular insertion is “Kohaku futei gassen.” It’s coined from “Kohaku Uta Gassen,” the famous NHK New Year’s Eve songfest in which male performers compete against females. Here, uta (song) is tweaked to futei (unchaste), giving the meaning “red and white battle between the unfaithful.” (W.W.)
Source: “Shukujo no zasshi kara,” Shukan Bunshun (Jan. 5-12, page 107)
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