My dad and his gf, Rita, just had a baby. I'm a 21 year old male, my dad is in his 50s and Rita is 28. She has a Master's degree in a science field, she's about 5'10", brunette, longer hair, kind of pale, very plain and natural. Never see her with makeup or anything like that. Straight hair, never changes, Julia Roberts-style white teeth. I have never once found myself being sexually attracted to her.
Days before she had the baby, my dad passed his 11th kidney stone, so it was a tough week for him and it was nice to see something good for him at the end of the week!
That's what makes what happened so worse. I later stumbled upon some photos that were taken in the delivery room. I saw the album on the computer, so I opened it up to look. I came across two photos that I'm not sure got mixed up or what, but one was taken from the side and Rita had her feet up in the stirrups pushing and the other one was taken after she gave birth and was holding the baby, but her legs were relaxed and her crotch was clearly visible. I mean, this woman has a bush like I've never seen before! I immediately became flushed and had to you know......! I'm both embarassed by this and jealous. I don't know any women that are natural down there and I wish I did. How do I get rid of this sexual desire for her? I can't get it out of my head.View Thread
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