Stoner Sex: Porn, Choking, Painful Intercourse & Weed Whores

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Dear Hyapatia,
My guy and I get along great, smoke fabulous weed and wax, and we have wild sex. It is a wonderful relationship. The only thing that worries me is that he still has this huge collection of porn. He doesn’t add to it, but he hasn’t gotten rid of it yet either, and I don’t understand why. I should be everything he needs sexually now. I have never seen him look at the stuff, but it is still here. —Melissa

Dear Melissa,
Some guys like to hold on to their comic books, others hold on to their porn. You shouldn’t be concerned since you don’t see him looking at it, and you have such a great sex life. It could be that he is saving it because he thinks it may be worth something in the future, and he is probably right. Vintage magazines and movies go for top dollar, depending on what it is.  For example, the September 1984 Penthouse is worth a few hundred dollars easily because it has Miss America Vanessa Williams and Traci Lords underage in it. I got very lucky to be included in that issue. 

Dear Hyapatia Lee,
I hope you can clear something up for me. I have heard of people masturbating and choking themselves at the same time. Is this really a thing? Does holding in your toke have anything to do with it? If so, how is it done? — Jack

Dear Jack,
It is a thing, it is called autoerotic asphyxiation and about a thousand people a year die from it. It has nothing to do with smoking weed or getting buzzed. It is not be something you would want to try. It is very dangerous, and for that reason, I will not go into specifics here. No one should experiment with it.

Dear Hyapatia,
I have an embarrassing problem I haven’t told anyone about. There is something wrong with me. When my boyfriend and I have sex, it hurts. This happens all the time. I don’t know why. I am really in love with my man and enjoy his touch, so I don’t know what is wrong. Can you please help me? — Tanya

Dear Tanya,
This is really a lot more common than people think. As many as 30 percent of women have painful intercourse, and for 10 percent of those, it is painful every time. I know it may be difficult, but you should discuss this with your doctor. If you are not comfortable talking about this with your doctor, then you may want to change doctors until you find one you can talk to easily. This could be signs of something more serious, and if not, the doctor should be able to help you make it more enjoyable.

Dear Hyapatia,
I love to smoke pot and get high. I live with a roommate, and she thinks I am a weed whore. I hang out with my friends, get high and have sex. I don’t have sex for weed. So I do not think I am a weed whore like she says. I would have sex with these guys whether they brought the weed or not. If they don’t bring it out, I do. I don’t think there is anything wrong with what I am doing, but she is starting to make me wonder. Am I doing anything wrong? — Abby
 

Dear Abby,
As long as you can look yourself in the mirror and are happy, you are just fine. You do not have to please anyone else—only yourself. You don’t have to satisfy your roommate. I know it is not easy to get a new roommate or to settle such things, so if I were you, I would just not talk about all the fun I was having. Then, she has nothing to judge you on. It is too bad people don’t spend more time worrying about their own life instead of trying to manage others. The truth is, our own life deserves all of our attention.

Ask Hyapatia all of your questions regarding stoner sexuality. Email her at hya@hightimes.com
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