The dragon and the woman relaxed around the campfire after a long day of traveling. The woman looked at the dragon for a long time, a puzzled look on her face. “What’s on your mind?” asked the dragon. “It’s silly,” responded the woman. “It’s just, well, here we are traveling together, and there’s so much I don’t know about you, I mean, I don’t even know if you’re, well, um, male or female.” The dragon guffawed. “If it’ll put you at ease I can definitely clear that up, I’m a 100% prime male specimen.” He flexed, running through a few popular muscle builder poses (and a few not so popular, including one that involved some complicated convolutions of his tail). He looked thoughtful, “Although, I could see why that might not put you at ease completely. But don’t worry; you have nothing to worry about.” He made a mock fierce face. “I don’t participate in inter-species sex; it’s against the unwritten ethical rules of dragon sex.” “Sex ethics, hmm?” the woman queried, with a smile on her face. “Now that sounds interesting.” The dragon grinned. “Fine, fine, I’ll share a couple, you can tell me your own species’ neurotic foibles another time….”
“Always make sure you know your lovers allergies. While licking roasted knight pâté off your lover’s stomach can be very exciting you don’t want to conclude the night with a trip to the emergency room.
Protection, protection, protection! Sure, she may not drop those eggs for 50 years, but do you really want to test her determination in finding you?
Smokey bites and nibbles are acceptable as foreplay. However, keep the temperature in check; permanent brandings are a total faux pas.
No matter how long it’s been, captive maidens are not acceptable bed partners (it would be far too tempting to eat them when things got “serious”).”
“Is that what you consider me?” Asked the woman. “Am I just a captive maiden?”
“Oh, no, no,” replied the dragon. “You’re part of a general expansion on that last one. “Don’t sleep with your food.” I believe your species has something similar? Although, I keep hearing disturbing stories about some men and livestock….”