We kissed again and again, hardly able to catch a second to breath, your hands clutched on my neck tight, and I embraced you even harder, pressing your belly to my body. We tried, searched and nursed each other, my throat gave a moan, you groaned as well, we were standing this way unable to move away, and your heated beat in unison with mine.
Finally we stopped kissing still staring at one another’s eyes, you hands loosened your clutch; you looked like you were trying to understand my feelings, apprehending seeing “No” or “Stop it” in my eyes.
Cyberstalking and physical stalking share several similarities.
Online harassment and cyberstalking can be just as threatening as physical stalking.
Looking at me, you were gradually settling down and finally on your face there I saw first smile. Removed your glasses and put them on the sofa, then gave you a hug, you threw your arms round my neck.
I switched off the light, and room filled with mild calming light from soft unstable flame of candle. Your lips touched mine slowly and neatly, so lively, soft and sweet.
Watching some trash on the floor, then looked around, I shrugged my shoulders and began to light the candles.While physical stalking has of course been around for several years, cyberstalking is a fairly recent phenomenon and is growing in recurrence with the increased availability of computers and internet across the world.Any unwanted attention from an individual or even a group is defined as stalking.Cyberstalking is a legally recognized crime in almost every country now and several countries have special laws for cyberstalking cases.However, even if your country does not have a special cyberstalking law, if you are a victim, you must contact the police immediately for help.