Take an intimate peek into the Silicon Valley social scene. San Francisco Bay Area residents share true stories about dating, relationships and sex in the tech capital of the world. Here’s a small sample: “There are so many intelligent, creative ‘engineer’ types who apply the same type of inventiveness to sex. There are amazing men sitting behind computers thinking about sex all day—hot and ready to go!” Yasmine, 32 “Each phone call had me peeling off my clothes little by little. I would be in my underwear by the time the phone call ended and I wouldn’t sleep all night.” Faith, 33 “We just couldn’t wait any longer and ran into some Chinese dive bar in the Tenderloin. We went downstairs and screwed our brains out ‘til the bar owner came and almost knocked the door down.” Lucky, 32 “My friend suggested I go out and have a fling, so I thought I’d give it a shot. But where would I find someone to fling me?” Nicole, 30 “My boss’s daughter was always walking around in tight skirts and low cut blouses. We ended up going down on each other, leaning right up against the copy equipment!” Stephanie, 24
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