Bill got drunk and lay on the sofa staring at the maid that came to clean up the mess he made of the room.
She wore a blue apron and a short dress that barely covered her black panties revealing a couple of seductive hips.
She didn\'t notice a guy who slowly approached her from behind and suddenly grabbed her hand.
She shrieked with fear and tried to tear from his hands, but he quickly pressed her to the floor, cuffed her hands behind her back and thrust his cock between her clenched lips. Alex got drunk and tried to hug his sexy housemaid, but she replied him with a smack.
I was recently asked this question by a well-meaning and genuinely curious progressive person.
She’d heard me use the word queer and was curious what the difference was between that and lesbian.
I realized after answering her that there might be other folks out there with similar questions.
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