Our friend Mary from California writes:
Rebecca, I think you’re really talented and I love the Stoned Girls website. I would love to win free weed for a year. I have a medical condition that requires the use of marijuana, but I have problems getting it where I live. Could you help me out?
Mary, thank you for visiting our site. We put a lot of work into it and we love to hear feedback! As far as your condition is concerned, I am very sorry to hear that you have some medical problems going on. That is really unfortunate, and hopefully it is something that will, with time, become easier for you to deal with. With regards to the free weed for a year, the great part about our contest is that you can enter as many times as you want. That means you can go to StonedGirls.com every single day and put your name in to win.
Also, keep in mind that if you share us on any of your social media, it also increases the odds of you winning. If you aren’t the lucky person chosen to win free weed for a year this time, however, don’t worry. We will be running this contest (as well as many others) repeatedly, so there’s always going to be a chance to win. I wish you the best of luck, and please keep reading!
Our next question comes from the Midwest. Kate from Chicago writes:
I like when you write about incorporating smoking weed into the actual act of sex, and I would like to try it. My boyfriend, however, doesn’t trust me to have a lit blunt next to his naked body. How do I convince him that this is a good, fun idea?
Well, Kate, while smoking while you fuck is a really fun and great idea, I sense that there are more issues here than just the lit blunt. My first question to you is, “How long have you been together?” If you guys are still a relatively new couple in the honeymoon stages of a relationship, he may just not know you well enough, both personally and sexually, and may not be comfortable with being that vulnerable around you just yet. If you guys have been together for a while, this may just be something he’s not into, and I know that sucks for you, but you have to be understanding of it.
For now, it sounds like you are just going to have to bite the bullet and smoke before and after sex until he’s comfortable enough to let you do it during. If you try to push him to do something he doesn’t want to do, it’s only going to drive him away, and it sounds like you really do like him. You can also ask him how he feels about being the only person who is in charge of holding the smoking hot objects in bed. He may be more open to that, but again, don’t be too pushy.
Do you have a question about sex, weed, and life in general? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org!