Simple story of a timid young man that is in love with his attractive female study partner.
Joe is sexually naive and very intimidated by the Politically Correct rules of behavior he believes he must adhere to in his dealings with Meg.
Joe is hyper aware of Meg's personal boundaries and will not make any sexual advances toward her even though he is in love with with Meg. Joe feels that would be taking unfair advantage of the situation as they use his apartment as their study space.
Meg never learned the meaning of the phrase 'Unfair Advantage' as she uses Joe's obvious infatuation against him at every chance.
For all intents and purposes Joe is Meg's willing servant. She continually demeans and degrades his masculinity by unfavorably comparing Joe to her stud-muffin boyfriend at every turn.
Joe doesn't mind being ordered around by Meg or being referred to by feminine pet names because he 'knows' Meg is just having fun playing around with him. But when Meg tells Joe about getting slapped and shoved around by her macho boyfriend Joe squirms with frustration at the thought of it.
He can't understand how anyone could be mean to Meg or why she would willingly put up with it. Meg tells him it's because the sex is so good it makes everything worth it.
In the end Joe snaps out of his silly Politically Correct behavior to take charge of the situation-- and gets a big surprise.
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Published August 4, 2011
Erotica, Literature & Fiction.