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It's More The Reaction

I love the female form but, with accidental exposure, the pleasure of seeing skin is secondary. I enjoy the emotional response and the physical reaction (when there is one) much more. When I see something that is intended to be hidden, I find it elating. The emotional response is a medley of arousal, suspense (not wanting to get caught looking... I am a shy person), pleasure and a hunger, a mix that is intoxicating and typically fleeting. This type of exposure can sometimes last for a while and the subject normally never knows the better. If I replay it in my head I can picture the breast, typically, but the feeling is gone.
In contrast, when there is an error that results in exposure while the subject is fully aware, I am much more in tune to the physical reaction. The shock expressed on the face and the different attempts to cover up. Actions range from nonchalant to frantic and from logical to confused. Faces express surprise followed by laughter, embarrassment, coyness, indifference and occasionaly dread or tears, which make me sad for the person. In these situations I rarely see the exposed body part but am drawn to the people and the myriad of reactions. When I reflect on this I see the faces, the quick grab or run while trying to cover up and I hear the sounds, but the nudity never registers.
planit planit 41-45, M 2 Responses Aug 24, 2011

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I completely agree with you on this. While I definately get much enjoyment seeing what was'nt ment to be seen, the reaction that comes with is far more exciting.

Hey, thanks Morg... glad to hear it isn't just me.

you put too much thought into this. just enjoy it when it happens.

I don't put any thought into it, actually, and I do enjoy it when it happens. Just a description of what registers and what doesn't, as an after thought, and trying to gain insight as to what it is I actually enjoy. Self reflection, really. Poor judgement on my part posting it as an experience since it really isn't one. I'm just starting to get familiar with the site. Thank you for the input, though, I always appreciate feedback.

It is a meditative, reflective, and internal experience but an experience nonetheless. It belongs here.