“My mother-in-law died in a traffic accident, and my father-in-law seemed devastated by her loss. But gradually he began to recover his spirits, and then one day, he embraced me from behind. I was hesitant at first, but we exchanged a French kiss, and then his hands began straying over my breasts and down there.”
It’s a ticklish family tree, if this anonymous contributor to the April issue of the autoerotic women’s mag Ai no Taiken Special Deluxe — as appearing in Shukan Bunshun (May 31) — is to be taken at her word.
“His caresses were tender and warm, and I felt erotically stimulated,” she continues. “I was inclined to resist crossing that final barrier, but finally couldn’t hold back any longer.
“‘Dad,’ I pleaded, ‘I want you.'”
“‘Oh,’ was all he said in response. Having sex with him made me feel calm and secure. When he came inside me, I felt real satisfaction. At present we’re continuing our relationship several times a month. I guess I like getting it on with my father in law once in a while as well.”
For the anonymous byline, Bunshun’s playful punster creates the word “Gifu me SEX.” It sounds a little like someone speaking with a German accent, except that gifu of course is the Japanese word for father-in-law, which puts a whole new twist on loving family ties.
Source: “Shukujo no zasshi kara,” Shukan Bunshun (May 31, page 105)
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