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Manhattan, New York
Sunday, July 24, 2011
Two months later…
As soft, pillowy lips trailed down her long slender neck, she tossed her head back against the bathroom wall. She moaned, then ran her fingers through her lover’s thick curls when she felt a hand caress her clothed breast. She couldn’t ignore the growing ache between legs and pressed her hips against the woman who had aroused her into a frenzied state.
She felt another hand scrape her inner thigh and push up her dress, inching it higher and higher. Her pulse raced, and her breathing shallowed when she felt fingertips graze the panties covering her warm, moist center. She grunted softly, “Fuuuuuck.”
A knock on the door.
A muffled voice from the other side of the door said, “Helena? I have orders to drag you back to the party.”
Lara removed her hand from under Helena’s dress, then gave her a quick peck on the lips. “Wedding sex will have to wait, honey.”
A second knock on the door. “I know you’re in there.”
Helena fixed her hair and dress, then abruptly swung the door open and saw that Cassi had her fist raised, ready to knock a third time.
Helena glared and raised her hands like a football referee calling a penalty. “Clitorference.”
Cassi chuckled under her breath as Helena pushed her aside and stormed down the hall. Cassi turned her attention to Lara and sheepishly said, “Sorry, Peggy’s orders.”
Lara rubbed Cassi’s arms and smiled. “She’ll get over it.”
Lara and Cassi chatted as they followed Helena’s trail down the hallway. “You should be proud, Cassi. Today’s a momentous day for the gay and lesbian community.”
Cassi was proud. Once she learned her firmed was hired to write New York’s Marriage Equality Act legislation, she lobbied the other partners to head up drafting arguments for its support. This was personal to her. She had grown close to Bette and Tina, Indra and Peggy, Helena and Lara, and even had hopes for Lexi and Connor. She was determined to win them the same right to marry that she and Eric had.
“Once we got Alesi and McDonald’s support in the Senate, we knew it would pass this time.”
“Have you heard how many weddings are being performed today?”