Sexual Power Quotes

Quotes tagged as "sexual-power" (showing 1-19 of 19)
Fiona Thrust
“It was the wildness of it that got me going: the primal lust, the sheer needs of two people in heat, quickly finding ways to express their sacred hunger to each other in animal passion.”
Fiona Thrust, Naked and Sexual

Fiona Thrust
“He was the kind of man I wanted: wild, hot, horny, and losing control.

And it all pointed back to me, about how much I felt in control of him, with the power of my body.”
Fiona Thrust, Naked and Sexual

Roman Payne
“You are like a god, like an immortal one,' she whispered to me one night in our bed, her naked body pressed to mine, our sweat golden and glistening in the candlelight. 'Oh, my love,' I whispered back to her, 'I am more mortal than all. It seems that a part of me dies every night that I lie with you.”
Roman Payne

Fiona Thrust
“I could feel his whole body trying to claim me, want me, own me in lust, and it made me feel so valuable and wanted. As I was bent over the table, I felt like I was the world to him, and he could think of nothing else, could feel nothing else: he was consumed with my body, dedicated to exploring my female sexual power and energy, and his desperate hitting of me with the belt felt like he would rather die, than be without the chance to connect with me in sex.”
Fiona Thrust, Naked and Sexual

Kassandra Cross
“He had a hungry look in his eyes and it frightened her.”
Kassandra Cross, Carrie's First Time: Taboo Older Man Younger Woman First Time Erotic Romance

Fiona Thrust
“He was the kind of man I wanted: wild, hot, horny, and losing control.

And it all pointed back to me, about how much I felt in control of him, with the power of my body.

I felt so in control of him; it was dizzying, and intoxicating.”
Fiona Thrust, Naked and Sexual

Fiona Thrust
“The air felt thick with the feeling between us, like it was filling the room: a room full of our carnal heat, our hot desire for each other.

Both my hands were clenched on the tablecloth, bunching it tightly, as he continued to swipe the belt against my quivering ass cheeks, and I could feel his tight fist yank repeatedly on my hair.”
Fiona Thrust, Naked and Sexual

Fiona Thrust
“He pulled my head back further, and I could hear his ragged breathing as his mouth came close to my ear, sounding so desperate for me.

God, I was turned on so much…”
Fiona Thrust, Naked and Sexual

“And she liked it. The power over this man. The ability to choose who survived. To take lives and twist them as she pleased. She was power.”
Michael Walterich, Gently Down

Graeme Simsion
“A few times in my life, I have been manipulated by the sexual power of a woman. "Could you help with my assignment?" I'll do it for you. "I don't know why they've given me middle seat." Take mine. "I thought the trains would still be running." Let me drive your home. No promises, no offers, nothing expected in return.”
Graeme Simsion, The Best of Adam Sharp

“Of course, men often 'use their economic superiority to gain sexual advantages,' but women often use their sexual superiority to gain economic advantages. So who is the extortionist?”
David P. Bryden

Fiona Thrust
“He lashed the belt against my ass again, and I was starting to feel like I was some supernatural being that was more than he was. He was just human, but I felt like something from heaven, an angel from the stars, that had come down to grace him with my presence.

How beautiful lust is, when it makes you feel this way. Have you felt this yourself, do you know what I mean?”
Fiona Thrust, Naked and Sexual

“As sexual power is learned by adolescent boys through the social experience of their sex drive, so do girls learn that the locus of sexual power is male. Given the importance placed on the male sex drive in the socialization of girls as well as boys, early adolescence is probably the first significant phase of male identification in a girl's life and development. ... As a young girl becomes aware of her own increasing sexual feelings ... she turns away from her heretofore primary relationships with girlfriends. As they become secondary to
her, recede in importance in her life, her own identity also assumes a secondary role and she grows into male identification.”
Kathleen Barry, Female Sexual Slavery

“Sexual power encompasses the power of seduction and the power of pursuit.”
Elona Washington, From Ivy League To Stripper Life: 10 Lessons Learned

Carol Queen
“It's difficult to make the argument that one female fist inserted into one male ass--or, for that matter, dozens or even hundreds of fists inserted into as many asses--can really make a difference for, say, lesbian mothers fighting for custody of their children. -Katherine Raymond”
Carol Queen, PoMoSexuals: Challenging Assumptions About Gender and Sexuality

Anie Michaels
“Oh really?”  Megan said while waggling her eyebrows.  “What skills are we talking about and which room are they useful in?”   

Ella rolled her eyes at her little sister.  “Megan, you just single handedly set the women’s movement back twenty years.”   

“Oh, Ella, on the contrary.  The women’s movement involves many theories of women taking back their sexual prowess in the bedroom as a way to challenge the dominant alpha male in the relationship.  Seeing women as sexual equals is a very relevant and useful tool for the advancement of the equality for women in all realms of society.”
Anie Michaels, Never Far Away

Nadlee Thims
“With Mr. Montgomery, I set out to see what it would be like to write a novel in 30 days. It was hell! I'd do it again in a minute.”
Nadlee Thims, Mr. Montgomery

Anie Michaels
“Oh really?”  Megan said while waggling her eyebrows.  “What skills are we talking about and which room are they useful in?”    Ella rolled her eyes at her little sister.  “Megan, you just single handedly set the women’s movement back twenty years.”    “Oh, Ella, on the contrary.  The women’s movement involves many theories of women taking back their sexual prowess in the bedroom as a way to challenge the dominant alpha male in the relationship.  Seeing women as sexual equals is a very relevant and useful tool for the advancement of the equality for women in all realms of society.”
Anie Michaels, Never Far Away