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June 2024

Misha Cross and Agatha Vega
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Torn Over It
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Torn Over It

Is ripping your lover’s clothes off a welcome sign of unbridled animal lust, or a rude, costly act of property damage?

There are varying degrees of horniness that people display along the sexual spectrum, one of which is akin to jungle lust—the kind of hormonal outburst that makes one beast want to get inside the wet holes of another so desperately they can hardly contain themselves. It’s not uncommon for this feral prelude to pounding to be accompanied with a boning battle cry, something not particularly Shakespearean, such as, “I want to rip your clothes off and fuck you stupid!” A declaration that the only thing her duds will be good for once they’re finished diddling is cleaning rags. Oh, yes, to fiercely tear the clothing off a woman as if her pussy is going to dry up if it’s not exposed post-haste…that would seem to be the kind of passion that leads to sex worthy of a wildlife documentary. 

It’s also a double-edged sword that one should wield with caution. Of course, some women find it extremely hot when a man yanks off her panties like in the movies. On the other hand, if a guy dares to shred a pair of $80 lace panties from Fleur du Mal in the throes of passion, he could quite easily be setting himself up for a hellacious kick in the dick.

Although Hollywood sex scenes might have sold the porking populace a wild spiel indicating that ripping someone’s clothes off leads to really steamy sex, destruction of personal property isn’t a turn-on for a lot of women. “If a guy causes me to lose buttons, I’ll flip shit on him,” Marlee, 24, tells “Stretching out one of my tops isn’t cool either.” 

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