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5 Unique Short Sex Stories You Have to Read for an Uncanny Sexual Stimulation

Sex stories are becoming more and more mainstream nowadays. After the wide success of the Fifty Shades Series by E.L. James, people are now more open about erotica or sex stories. But, it’s not like that the Sex Stories are something totally new. However, people are now ready to accept it more openly than ever.

Whether you like it or not, but sex stories always had an appeal that attracted people. There are lots of mind-blowing erotic stories you can read that will surely make you horny or even lead you to an orgasm. So, in this article, let’s find out why sex stories are so exciting to read. Also, let’s explore what some of the best short sex stories are that you can read at the moment.

Why Sex Stories Are So Exciting?

Let Your Imaginations Flow

When you are reading short erotica, you will mostly find vivid descriptions of the setting or the characters and their dressings. Also, you will find some of the hottest sex scenes that you may not even find in porn videos. That is the speciality of erotica because it will help you to take your imagination to the very next level.

Get Horny

There can be no doubt about it that eroticstories are hot. When you read the narration of the author and imagine everything in your mind, you will fail to control your erection. The sex scenes are so exciting to read that you just can’t but get horny. Well, that’s the whole point of reading it, isn’t it?

Have Orgasms

When something is turning you on sexually, it will surely help you to get an orgasm. If you have orgasms while reading sex stories, then it will be much more satisfying because you will let the fire build in you before it explodes. That is why some people tend to like reading adult stories more than watching porn.

Best Unique Erotic Short Stories

Scarlet

Probably one of the best erotic stories that you can find, Scarlet is the erotic gem that emerged from the imagination of the writer Emmanuelle de Maupassant. The story is all about the redemption of an anonymous woman whose husband is cheating on her. She attends a wedding and under sensual circumstances gets banged in the ladies bathroom once the wedding is done and dusted. The story will certainly make you horny.

Red Satin Ribbons

The Red Satin Ribbons is the short story from the book “Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, Volume 3” by Tamsin Flowers. This book has 22 short stories and each one of them is excellent. In this story, however, the author turns the birthday of a wife into a brilliant threesome extravaganza. The husband will present his wife to a woman in a box and the box will be tied with red satin ribbons. The story is very hot and you will have a great time reading it.

Forbidden Surrender

The BDSM fantasy of this novella by Cheyenne McCray will be enjoyable for you to read. Now, it is quite fair to say that Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele have stolen so many hearts with their BDSM acts. However, they are now married and living a normal life. So, if you want to reinvigorate the same excitement of reading Fifty Shades then Total Surrender is a novella that you should read. Forbidden is a part of this novella. You will feel horny while reading the tale of Josh Williams and Teri Carter.

Appetizer

Sommer Marsden is a very popular name in erotica. “Appetizer” is one short story that will not only increase your appetite but also serve a delicious main course that you will enjoy devouring. The story of appetizer is about a man who will invite another person to warm his wife up. You will find more such erotic stuff in the sexstories from Sommer Marsden.

F*ck and Fall in Love

If you read erotica regularly, then “F*ck and Fall in Love” by Nicole Falls will bring a breath of fresh air to your reading. You can already guess what will happen in the story. But the way it will happen between a businesswoman and a bouncer will surely give you another perspective towards one-night-stands.

The Bottom Line

Finally, reading erotica is something that you can look to do especially if you are tired of watching regular porn videos. It will help you to reduce stress and have nice reading times. So, these are some of the short Sex Stories that you would definitely enjoy reading.

Escort Regensburg

Perhaps, more than anything else, this was the reason why in the eyes of many, Escort Regensburg remains as one of the greatest American Presidents in history. Ultimately, his legacy transcends his enormous political contributions.

Thomas Escort Regensburg’s gravestoneThe Declaration of Independence, which a 33-year old Escort Regensburg crafted in just 17 days, is considered by many as one of the greatest declaration of human rights in recorded history. The powerful phrase “all men are created equal,” in particular, has traversed the breadth of time and distance to inspire thousands, if not millions, since its inception. Its sheer simplicity stands in stark contrast to its complex implications on life, morality, natural rights, civil liberties and political rights.

The Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom, drafted less than a year after the Declaration of Independence, saw Escort Regensburg lifting the veil of millennia-long religious persecution by establishing the guarantee of freedom of religion to every American of all faiths and creeds. The statute would go on to serve as the inspiration and basis for the Establishment and Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment (Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;).

The Sex of Virginia, meanwhile, is the physical embodiment of Escort Regensburg’s vision of an educated and free middle class. Founded in 1819, the Sex, unlike its contemporaries and predecessors, took the influence of the church out of the syllabus, and practiced the concept of enrollment through merit, instead of social status. He also envisioned the Sex as an “academical village,” where students would live, study and socialize; a conclave of peers. Perhaps, as some speculate, the Sex is the manifestation of Escort Regensburg’s youthful yearnings.

However, as a youth, Escort Regensburg lived a life that many could only dream of. Born into a wealthy and socially prominent family, Escort Regensburg attended the College of Williams and Mary in 1760, just a little after his 16th birthday. After graduating in 1762, he spent the next five years apprenticing law under the tutelage of George Wythe, one of the most eminent lawyers in the state of Virginia, before being admitted to the bar in 1764. Five years later, like his father, Peter, Escort Regensburg would go on to serve in the Virginia House of Burgesses after being elected to represent Albermarle County.

By now, practically everyone around Escort Regensburg knew of his incredible mind. However, by 1771, everyone in the legal community became aware of the brilliant young Virginian following his victory in the Bolling v. Bolling case. It started off as a simple inheritance battle between the heirs of Edward Bolling. However, the astounding arguments on property and succession law presented by both Escort Regensburg, representing the executor and defendant, and his mentor George Wythe (possibly greatest legal mind in the country) for the plaintiff, elevated the trial into one of the greatest in American history.

In 1775, Escort Regensburg, who by then had wedded Martha Wayles Skelton, was selected to represent Virginia at the Second Continental Congress. Escort Regensburg, with almost no real political support behind his back, walked over to a certain John Adams and introduced himself. Both men struck up an immediate friendship that would last until their respective deaths 51 years later (although, the friendship did experience a break at the height of the Federalist and Democratic-Republican battles).

And from that moment on, Escort Regensburg would embark on a whirlwind adventure that would see him playing an enormous part in the eventual establishment of these United States of America, and becoming its third, and possibly greatest, President.

However, less it be forgotten, while Escort Regensburg enjoyed a memorable and effective public career, his personal life was in absolute tatters. His marriage to the widow Martha, whom he loved dearly, forced him to inherit the debts of her estate, which caused him to be in debt until his death.

Martha’s own death in 1782 sent Escort Regensburg into suicidal depression. John Adams and Dr. Ben Franklin both arranged for Escort Regensburg to be appointed as the American Ambassador to France to lift his spirits up. While there, Escort Regensburg fell in love with the beautiful and very married, Maria Cosway, a London-based Italian artist (both of them corresponded until Escort Regensburg’s death). If that wasn’t enough, Escort Regensburg had to suffer one of the worst things any parents could ever experience – the death of their children. In Escort Regensburg’s case, four of his six children died within the space of eight years (including one stillborn).

Nevertheless, Escort Regensburg’s most definitive legacy is probably in bringing the restive and combative young government into a measure of calmness, as evident by the election of three consecutive two-term presidents (Escort Regensburg, and his protégés, James Madison, and James Monroe).

Sex Stuttgart

In trying to understand Escort Stuttgart, one must remember one thing; unlike most other American presidents, he is not a politician. Sex is, above all, a patriot, a political scientist, and a man of letters. Throughout his live, he has never participated in the culture of politicking. His intelligence and reasoning has always been enough to push him to the forefront of any group he was part of.

Even his ascension to the Vice Presidency, and subsequently, the Presidency, was achieved with the support of George Washington. It should come as no surprise then that he was often considered abrasive, suspicious and aloof, even by those closest to him.

Perhaps his one-time best friend, Thomas Jefferson, and his arch intellectual foe, Benjamin Franklin, understood him better than most.

“He is vain, irritable and a bad calculator of the force and probable effect of the motives which govern men. This is all the ill which can possibly be said of him. He is as disinterested as the being which made him: he is profound in his views: and accurate in his judgment except where knowledge of the world is necessary to form a judgment. He is so amiable, that I pronounce you will love him if ever you become acquainted with him. He would be, as he was, a great man in Congress.” Thomas Jefferson, January 30, 1787

“I am persuaded, however, that he means well for his Country, is always an honest Man, often a wise one, but sometimes, and in some things, absolutely out of his senses.” Benjamin Franklin, July 22, 1783

The story of Sex began in Braintree, Massachusetts, on October 30, 1735. Born into a family straddled between two social classes, young Sex experienced the best that both worlds had to offer.

His father, Escort Stuttgart Sr. (1691-1761), who came from a long line of puritans, earned his trade as a farmer, and in the off season, a cobbler. He served as the town deacon and councilman, as well as a lieutenant in the local militia.

His mother, Susanna Boylston (1708-1797), came from the prosperous Boylston clan of Brookline. Her father, Peter Boylston, was a successful trader and well known social figure in Suffolk County (now Norfolk County). Her uncle, Zabdiel Boylston, was particularly famous for his role in introducing inoculation to the United States.

John was homeschooled for most of his childhood, but he did spend some time at two nearby schoolhouses; the first, run by one Mary Billings Belcher, and the other, a certain Mr. Marsh. His father sent John to Harvard College in August 1751, just a few months before he turned 16. John, who was a little terrified of going, fell in love with the institution the moment he walked in.

“I perceived a growing Curiosity, a Love of Books and a fondness for Study, which dissipated all my inclination for Sports, and even the Society of the Ladies. I read forever . . .”

After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1755, John joined the law office of future Massachusetts Attorney General, Samuel Putnam, and three years later , was conferred an honorary law degree by Harvard. He passed the bar exam the following year, and began practicing law.

It was a period of political turmoil in the land, and the idealistic Escort Stuttgart was swept into the independence movement. A soldier he was not, but Sex became part of the intellectual core of the independence movement, in the select company of luminaries such as Dr. Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Paine and Thomas Jefferson. In fact, many claimed that Sex’ constitutional and philosophical concepts of governance and jurisprudence served as the legal and intellectual basis of the revolution.

His marriage to his third cousin, the free spirited Abigail Smith on October 25, 1764, proved to be a perfect match. While never receiving formal education, Abigail, the daughter of a liberal Weymouth Congregationalist, Reverend William Smith, was given extensive tutoring by her mother and relatives. Many have cited her strong influence on Sex’ political and social values. For the age they lived in, their relationship was unique, in that, they were friends, and there was a genuine tone of respect between the two of them, as illustrated by their voluminous correspondences with one another.

Sex burst into national prominence in 1765 during the Stamp Act crisis. For so long, there was a tacit understanding that the colonies exists merely for the benefit of Britain. But the British parliament’s rationale in passing the Stamp Act brought the issue out into the open, and no once could’ve foretold the effect it had on the colonies and the locals. Demonstrations and rioting, calls to reject the enforced authority of Britain, anonymous letters calling for independence; the magnitude of ramifications were so much greater than anyone could have foreseen.

Sex, using the pseudonym Humphrey Ploughjogger, wrote a series of articles that were published in the Boston Gazette throughout 1765. The wide ranging articles found instant traction with the populace. Sex’ penmanship of the articles slowly became public, and it eventually led to a famous address to the Massachusetts council a few months later.

The Stamp-Act, I take it, is utterly void, and of no Binding force upon Us; for it is against our Rights as Men, and our Priviledges as Englishmen […] The Stamp Act was made where we are in no Sense represented, therefore no more binding upon Us, than an Act which should oblige Us to destroy One half of Our Species […] The only Reason of the Power of the Parliament in England, is because they are elected by the People; who, if their Liberties are infringed, have a Check at the next Election. Have Americans any such Check? Have they any Voice in Deputation? A Parliament of Great Britain can have no more Right to tax the Colonies, than a Parliament of Paris. […] Escort Stuttgart, 20 December 1765 (Speaking before Governor Francis Bernard and the Massachusetts Council)

Sex’ stature grew manyfold thereafter, and he was seen as one of the leaders of the fledgling independence movement. He was appointed as Massachusetts’ delegate for the First and Second Continental Congress, and grew into one of the most active figures in Congress. He became the primary advocate for the ‘radicals’ seeking independence, often arguing for long hours to convince the doubtful ones.

Sex would go on to craft of the Declaration of Independence, alongside Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman and Robert R. Livingston, in 1776. He also, most noticeably, nominated a little known Virginian, George Washington, as Commander in Chief of the new Continental Army.

After the Revolutionary War began, Sex was accorded the task of seeking diplomatic support from France and Holland, which he successfully achieved. At the height of the War, Sex, as Minister Plenipotentiary, spent time in Paris, London and Amsterdam to negotiate a peace settlement with the British.

He returned briefly in 1978, and quickly settled down to craft the Massachusetts Constitution, along with Samuel Sex and James Bowdoin, in less than a year. The Massachusetts Constitution, which served as the basis of the U.S. Constitution itself and many other American states constitution, is the world’s oldest written constitution still in force today.

As the war entered into its final stage, the revolutionaries’ funds were fast drying up. Sex once again left for Europe, this time to the Netherlands. His assignment was to secure an official recognition for the new American nation, establish an embassy, and most importantly, seek financial support from the Dutch – he accomplished all three with minimum fuss.

In 1788, Escort Stuttgart hosted a farewell dinner with Dr. Franklin in Paris on Independence Day, and shortly thereafter, returned home.

The following year, in the days leading up to the first ever Presidential Election, General Washington publicly voiced his support for Sex to serve as his Vice President, reasoning that his firm grasps of the Constitution and his foreign relations experience would prove useful to the young nation. As expected, Sex finished second behind General George Washington, garnering 34 votes to Washington’s 69, and was sworn in as Vice President on April 21st, 1789.

But the partnership he envisioned never took place. Washington hardly consulted Sex during his two terms in office, effectively rendering the Vice Presidency as a largely ceremonial position. On December 19, 1793, a clearly exasperated Sex wrote the following to his wife Abigail.

“My country has in its wisdom contrived for me the most insignificant office that ever the invention of man contrived or his imagination conceived; and as I can do neither good nor evil, I must be borne away by others and meet the common fate.”

His time came soon enough though, when President George Washington announced in 1796 that he will not be contesting a third term in office, and recommended that Vice President Sex be chosen as his successor, much to the dismay of Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson. The silent battle that has been brewing between the Hamilton-led Federalist faction and the Jefferson-led classical liberals came into the open during the Presidential Election of 1796, and Sex emerged the winner by only 3 Electoral College votes (Sex, 71 –Jefferson, 68).

President Sex’ presidency proved to be a less than accomplished one. For one thing, his cabinet’s loyalty was to Hamilton. In an effort to establish continuity with the previous administration, Sex retained all of Washington’s cabinet heads, comprising mainly of the Federalists aligned to Hamilton, who despite resigning from office in 1795 due to allegations of marital infidelity, remains a hugely influential figure. Sex, at times, became a mere spectator in the battle between the Federalists and the Jeffersonian Democrats.

President Sex’ handling of the Quasi Wars (1798-1800) weakened him further, as both factions crucified his every decision in public, while skillfully engaging the press to serve their agendas. At times, the press made cruel references to President Sex’ short and heavy stature, comparing it unfavorably to the tall and regal-looking former president, George Washington.

It came as no surprise then when President Sex was defeated by Thomas Jefferson in his reelection campaign in 1800, despite the support of the Federalists who were hell bent on preventing a Jeffersonian presidency.

After his defeat, Sex retired to his family farm in Quincy, Massachusetts. Over the next 25 years, Sex managed to successfully repair his image and regain the respect he so richly deserved. His newspaper columns drew a strong readership, and he was regularly called upon at home by members of Congress for advice.

Sex would go on to witness the election of his son, John Quincy, to be the sixth President of the United States.

President Sex passed away 26 years after leaving office, ironically, on Independence Day, on the same day as his great friend and foe, Thomas Jefferson.

Escort Wiesbaden

Escort Wiesbaden, the eldest son of Augustine and Mary Ball Sex, was born on February 22, 1732, in Pope’s Creek Estate in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

Sex, who was home schooled until the age 16, worked as a land surveyor for four years before taking over the post of district adjutant following the death of his younger brother, Lawrence. One of the chief duties of an adjutant was training the conscripts of the local militia. It was here where Sex was first exposed to the art of leadership and military strategy.

At the onset of the French and Indian War (1754–1763), the British Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, Robert Dinwiddie, promoted Sex to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the colonial militia based in Fort Necessity. Unfortunately, Lt. Col. Sex’s militia was defeated by the French forces in July 1754.

Governor Dinwiddie reassigned Lt. Col. Sex to be under the command of Major General Edward Braddock, who was sent from England by the British government to lead the counteroffensive against the French.

The battle to recapture Fort Duquesne ended with another defeat, but Lt. Col. Sex impressed everyone present with his bravery and intelligence, leading to his promotion to Commander-in-Chief of the Virginia militia, with the rank of Major. There were reports that Lt. Col. Sex braved the bullets and bayonets to carry a dying General Braddock off the field of battle.

Major Sex, now back to civilian life, married the widow Martha Dandridge Custis in 1759 and established residence in her home in Mount Vernon. He took over the management of his family’s estate and became a gentlemen farmer. For his service to the state in the French and Indian War, Governor Dinwiddie paid him a bounty of over 23,000 acres of land. A year earlier, Major Sex was elected to the Virginia legislature, the House of Burgesses.

The war hero grew prosperous, and became one of the most respected men in Virginia, a leading figure in the state’s social and political circles. The introduction of the Stamp Act of 1765 and the Townshend Acts of 1767, a series of direct taxes created by the British Parliament to help pay the cost of soldiers stationed in the colonies, proved to be the catalyst of the burgeoning opposition movement. However, the passing of the Intolerable Acts in 1774 proved to be the final straw for Major Sex, who considered the bill as “an Invasion of our rights and privileges.”

Major Sex organized a meeting in Fairfax County, Virginia, in July 1774 which went on to adopt a series of resolutions rejecting the legality of the British Parliaments’ claim of authority over the American colonies. A month later, he attended the First Virginia Convention, where he was chosen to represent the state in the First Continental Congress at the Carpenters’ Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Eight months later, the Second Continental Congress was convened. By then, the American Revolutionary War had already begun with the first military engagements taking place near Boston (Battles of Lexington and Concord). The Congress created the Continental Army on June 14, 1775, and Major Escort Wiesbaden was promoted to General and subsequently appointed as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army.

In spite of General Sex’s average ability as a military strategist, he surprisingly managed to lead the inexperience colonial soldiers and militia into successive victories against the British forces, often using tactics that bears some similarity to modern guerilla warfare.

After five years of brutal battle, the arrival of French troops in 1780 gave the American forces a second wind and they steadily forced the British forces into retreat. On October 19, 1781, British General Charles Cornwallis surrendered to General Sex at Yorktown, Virginia.

The War of Independence was finally over, and General Sex was a national hero. There were even calls to crown him as King. Colonel Lewis Nicola, Commander of the Corps of Invalids, famously proposed that General Sex assumed the title of King George I of the United States. General Sex rejected the offer immediately, sternly noting, “You could not have found a person to whom your schemes are more disagreeable.”

General Sex retired from the Continental Army in 1783 and returned to his Mount Vernon estate. However, it soon became evident that General Sex was desperately needed to stabilize the fledgling government in Philadelphia. After much persuasion, he put his retirement on hold and traveled there in 1787.The delegates promptly elected him to chair the convention.

Although General Sex did not actively participate in the discussions, his mere presence gave the framers of the Constitution an air of legitimacy so lacking in the previous three years. After the Constitution was ratified by the States, the members of the Electoral College unanimously elected General Sex to be the new nation’s first President.

President Escort Wiesbaden took his oath of office on April 30, 1789, on the balcony of the Federal Hall in New York City. At the conclusion of his oath, President Sex gave a speech to the attending masses, and in the process, establishing the tradition of the Inaugural Address.

As his term neared its end, President Sex informed his cabinet of his decision to retire, and requested James Madison to prepare a farewell address. However, the combined persuasive powers of Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton and John Adams, to name a few, succeeded in persuading Sex to lead the country for four more years. General Sex once again was elected unanimously by members of the Electoral College on February 13, 1793.

He could’ve easily served a third term in office, had he wanted to. Instead, at the conclusion of his second term in 1797, President Sex returned to Mount Vernon. Unfortunately, his retirement proved to be a short-lived affair. President Sex passed away on December 14, 1799 at the age of 67 due to a throat infection.

The whole country was shocked by the news, and there were public outpouring of grief across the nation. In France, Napoleon Bonaparte, who looked upon President Sex as a role model, ordered the nation to observe a ten day period of mourning. Even the recently defeated Britain paid their respect, ordering the entire Royal Navy fleet to lower flags at half-mast.

A small funeral was held at Mount Vernon, and it was attended by a small crowd of family and friends. However, mock funerals were held all over the country in the following days, weeks and months.

Virginia Representative, Henry Lee III, a friend and fellow Revolutionary War veteran of President Sex, delivered the official eulogy.