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The Gods' Gift to Straight Girls 1: The Venus Ring

by Lexi Archer

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Some college students wander a museum listening to a professor drone on and on. Jessica, the main character, barely pays attention while looking around boredly. Occasionally glancing over towards her friend straight friend Melanie in her tight shirt and tight shorts.

Glancing boredly at some coins, Jessica finds her self touching one. Not sure how she got her hand there, hadn't planned it. Gets shocked by the coin, like it was filled with electricity, then yelled at by her professor for touching stuff. Then the professor, immediately scolding Jessica for touching stuff, picks up a really really old ring. And drones on about it. Jessica actually gazes forward with more attention than normal. The ring is of two women humping.

Professor leads the class away to more exhibits. While Jessica stays behind starring at the ring. And touches. Then puts it on. And loudly, and publicly, explodes in orgasm. When she comes to there are two EMT's starring down at her. Professor is a short distance away looking confused.

I get the impression that Jessica's a party girl without need of artificial ancient devices to amp up arousal. Possible the effects are therefore increased. The effects being that Jessica can't stop starring at all women around her and drooling. Wanting to jump them. And the women near her may or may not begin to feel like they want to be jumped on. Unclear, as it might just be Jessica's lust filled impressions. Though she did get Melanie, the straight girl, to respond.

Very short story. And kind of boring. Several odd little things occurred here and there that I assume where mistakes. Like the ring is occasionally, maybe only once, referred to as a necklace. ( )
  Lexxi | Jun 2, 2015 |
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