That's funny. The wife and I have had conversations like this after looking at old pictures of our parents from the 1970's and how they dressed and held themselves. They're of course in their 60's now and to hear them tell it they'd never had an impure thought in their lives, but the pictures tell a different story. Seeing your mother-in-law in short shorts in her early 30's is a testament to just how far people would like to distance themselves from the past.Originally posted by dietzcoi
The real problem is that people always lie about their sex lives,..
It's true, people will consistently lie about their sexuality for a variety of reasons. I know my own mother went off birth control in order to have me against my father's wishes and I know that my mother-in-law got knocked up before she was married at 19 (this being in the late 50's) with my wife's older sister. But if you can get them to talk about it they'd say they were never sexual beings at all nor did they make any effort to hook up back then. The natural progression is to 'find' religion to cover this fact up, but I'd have far more respect for them if they could honestly relate their experiences.
So you have to go from pictures and read as much as you can from them. The women (my wife's mother and my own) I see in these pictures looked about as ready to ride as any HB I've ever seen today, adjusted for time of course. You look at their posture, their expressions, their dress, and it tells something of the real story. Then you put it into the context of the time and what their individual condition were from what you know of the past. These women were obviously just as motivated by sex as anyone else I've ever known and it's kind of fun to think about what they were thinking or might have been experiencing at the time. Because it's the same sh!t we all experience and are motivated by.
I pick on the ladies here, but I have no doubt my father and grandfather wanted and were prompted by exactly what prompts me - the potential for sex with a hot chick, or broad, or dame, or "how do you do miss?"