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I had my first orgasm when I was 6!
by Jamie Yeo

If you were given only 10 pieces of memory to remember your life by, what would they be?

Memory 1:

The first time I had sex. It was uneventful, done hastily in my bed with my sister sleeping above me on the upper bunk bed. I was 18 and scared that it was gonna hurt. I was also really scared my parents or worse my sister would wake up and catch me with my pants down. They didn't. Phew. On hindsight, I wish I didn't give it away just like that. I didn't value myself back then. I should've. You know what? I think I'd like to scratch this off the list. Memory 1 should be the time I had the best sex ever! My partner was sensitive, romantic and best of all, I was in love with him. He did everything right. It started with some easy provocative conversation and ended with us wrapped in each other's arms, still as can be, only our chests heaving from our panting so much. Everything in between was so mind-blowing I won't be allowed to describe it on this page.

Memory 2:

My Italian honeymoon is on my list. We were in charming Venice right smack in the middle of winter. It was so cold my ears hurt, but roaming the small twisting streets together and getting hopelessly lost was special. I will always remember sipping on hot chocolate one night while leaning against a wall flanking a dim, quiet street in Florence too. I will also remember eagerly visiting Gucci boutiques, looking at art until we yawned, and eating lots of pasta and pizza.

Memory 3:

The first kiss I shared with my first love was so intense my lips were sore and swollen the next day at school. It was a case of "forbidden" teenage "love" that made it all the more heartfelt. "Forbidden" because we were supposed to be living our lives for GOD and not dating each other (don't ask.) "Love" because on hindsight, I know now it wasn't really true love. I never really knew him that well. He was just an ideal idea of love that would never have stood the test of time.

Memory 4:

The first ever real TV show I acted in was a drama series called "Growing Up". (I'd been in other one-off roles before but I won't really want to remember those because as you know, any Tom, Dick or Harry can get a minor flaky role on TV and call themselves an "actor"). A main role in Channel 5's hit TV series Growing Up landed on my lap in my last semester of school while I was contemplating important career choices. I started my job acting as the youngest daughter of the Tay family and said goodbye to cheesy but well-paying modelling jobs like being a tradeshow model/showgirl complete with cute Japanese-looking uniforms.

Memory 5:

My first orgasm. I had my first orgasm when I was 6. Wait!!! Before you fly off the handle and faint or something. Let me explain. When i was a little girl, I found that if I cross my legs tightly and squeeze for a long enough time, I'd feel this strange but awesome and warm sensation down there. The sensation would only last for about 6-10 seconds but it felt so good I couldn't help but repeat the "cross legs and squeeze" action again and again throughout my childhood. Years later, when I finally learned (and experienced) what an orgasm meant through sex education and a bit of self exploration, I finally realised that I was more familiar with masturbation than most kids my age.

Memory 6:

The memory of believing in Santa Claus once upon a time is something I want to remember my life by because it reminds me of an innocent era. My parents used to tell me my Christmas presents came from Santa Claus. One memory sticks out. I'm 4 and am at an office party held by my dad's company when Santa shows up with his big red bag and tummy. He fishes out a present for me. I thanked him and opened it and screamed in delight because the gift of plastic alphabet figurines were exactly what I told mom and dad I wanted that year. I asked dad how did Santa know what I wanted? Dad said Santa knows everything. I wondered if Santa also knew I wanted a doll house. I never got a dollhouse for Christmas. Maybe that's why I finally stopped believing in Santa.

Memory 7:

My holiday in Banyan Tree, Maldives a few years ago was so awesome it deserves to be on this list. The resort was ace, the ocean was a perfect turquoise blue, the sand powdery white and the food award-winning.

Memory 8:

I've got to put this down on my list. I understand that religious declarations are frowned upon in this sensitive society of ours but please I've already talked about sex and orgasm, so why can't I talk about God? I will always remember the moment I accepted Jesus into my life. The moment I believed in His unconditional love for me. The moment I realised that He is real. I would love to expound but due to the sensitivities, it's best I don't. But I'm sure you know what I mean....

Memory 9:

I've only ever been on a motorcycle just once in my life and I loved every minute of it. Wind in my hair, beating against my face and eyelashes. The feeling of real terror because every other car suddenly seemed so close to my legs. The shivery thrill running up and down my spine as we sped down the highway. Screaming when the bike picked up more speed. It was exhilarating! Haven't taken a joyride on a bike since then though. I've seen too many accidents involving motorcyclists to want to experience the thrill again. I'd rather have my life and limbs than thrills and spills.

Memory 10:

This sounds weird but I want to remember the time I stared death in the face. Although it's not a happy memory, I'd still cherish it for the lesson it taught me. My ex-boyfriend and I were quarreling in the car while racing down the BKE. In the heat of anger, I stepped on the accelerator and hit well over a hundred km on the speedometer. He ordered me to stop. I yelled NO and pushed harder on the gas. He repeated his order. I refused him and carried on stepping on it. He was furious. And in a moment of utter stupidity and insanity, pulled the handbrake up while the car was still going above a hundred. That abrupt braking caused the car the careen across the highway, slam against the divider and then spin across all four lanes into the road shoulder. Miraculously, we got out of the car unscathed. Every time I remember the incident, I thank God that I'm still alive and well. That distinct memory reminds me that life is precious and no matter how upset, depressed or crazy I am, Someone's always looking out for me and wants me to be happy.

readers' comments
What's the fuss? If we adults are so perturbed by what she wrote, then sex education should not be taught in primary school. The students are too young to listen to such. It will corrupt their mind. With more knowledge abt sex they will experiment it at a younger age. What is there to stop them if they know about how to prevent prenancy.
Posted by Goldmine on Mon, 11 Jul 2011 at 01:13 AM
lol...she write watever she wants to write...its her right...y do we judge?...let God judge her for watever she does...
Posted by leinad87 on Mon, 28 Dec 2009 at 23:22 PM

Dear Sis Tsu,
If you also read the memory 3 where she said,

"The first kiss I shared with my first love was so intense my lips were sore and swollen the next day at school. It was a case of "forbidden" teenage "love" that made it all the more heartfelt. "Forbidden" because we were supposed to be living our lives for GOD and not dating each other (don't ask.)"...

you would probably be right to say this happened before she had the sex at 18. If this is true, she was already a christian when she had sex at 18 and she "knew" that is was not right as a christian but did it anyway....

I'm not here to judge anyone, but if she claims to be a christian, how will young christain teenagers react after hearing .....
Posted by kooldog59 on Sat, 24 Oct 2009 at 10:45 AM
Good well done...Keep F...king.....

Normally people having multiple orgas.....doing peacefully....quietly and .......

uuurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr at her content....

What is the point to tell no point....

You enjoy it when you have it cuming....only you know....
Xiao Char Bo
Posted by Little_GreenDOT on Sat, 24 Oct 2009 at 10:20 AM

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Please read the article carefully... Jamie shared how her life was before Christ came to her adult life. Why jump the gun ? Jamie is being true to herself & only God knows her history & her heart & has forgiven her of her past deeds...
Should not we thank God & rejoice over 1 sinner who repents than comment this and that ?

Can't you recognise that she is just sharing her testimony here ???

Posted by Tsunamiw4ve on Sat, 24 Oct 2009 at 09:44 AM

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Hi Oldgrannylies... it's call sharing her testimony. Are u offended ???

John 3 :19-21.This is the verdict: Light has come into the world, but men loved darkness instead of light because their deeds were evil.Everyone who does evil hates the light, and will not come into the light for fear that his deeds will be exposed.But whoever lives by the truth comes into the light, so that it may be seen plainly that what he has done has been done through God."
Posted by Tsunamiw4ve on Sat, 24 Oct 2009 at 09:36 AM
Another CHEAP publicity stunt...westerner WANNABE
Posted by oldkingkong on Sat, 24 Oct 2009 at 08:10 AM
I think Jaime is just being true to herself. Reading her blog was in fact liberating. Most of us would have gone through some patches in life - the good and the bad and might not have articulated it. Reading her blog was like having someone as our mouthpiece to speak aloud our thoughts. In fact, I think Jaime has done it well. She has done it so mildly, sparing us of the details and yet those who've been through it would know what she's saying... Thanks Jaime.

For all of us who're concerned about values, I don't think Jaime had skipped that. If we had read closely, there are valuable lessons learnt which she had humbly shared.
Posted by funkdance on Sat, 24 Oct 2009 at 02:26 AM
guess she will be getting her next orgasm from someone else other than Glenn
Posted by DrShaggy on Sat, 21 Feb 2009 at 12:34 PM
Dear Jamie

Please read 1 Thessalonians 4:1-8 in your Bible.
Posted by concerned3 on Sat, 21 Feb 2009 at 00:18 AM

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