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30 Days of Kink: Days 8 and 9

Another twofer in this post as they’re somewhat related. Day 8: Post a kinky image you find erotic. Just one? Have you seen my tumblr? While it’s not ALL erotic images (there are some quotes, kittens, and my nature photography interspersed as well), I have over 23,446 posts and 6,497 followers as of this writing. Read More…

30 Days of Kink: Days 6 and 7

Note: Once again combining “days” from the list because I can. Day 6: Describe your weirdest/most interesting sexual fantasy. Day 7: What’s your favorite toy? I’ll answer day 7 first, although I prefer the term tool to toy: Rope. Rope is versatile. Rope can be sensual and connecting. Rope can be rough and biting. Rope Read More…

30 Days of Kink: Days 3, 4, and 5

Day 3: How did you discover you were kinky? Day 4: Any early experiences that, in retrospect, hint at your kinks? Day 5: What was your first kinky sexual experience? If you haven’t had one yet, talk about what you hope to have happen. (I’m combining these three days as they’re all very similar and Read More…

30 Days of Kink: Day 2

List your kinks. Another seemingly straightforward question. According to Wikipedia, In human sexuality, kinkiness is any unconventional sexual practices, concepts or fantasies. The term derives from the idea of a “bend” (cf. a “kink”) in one’s sexual behaviour, to contrast such behaviour with “straight” or “vanilla” sexual mores and proclivities. The term kink has been Read More…

30 Days of Kink: Day 1

So apparently I’m the sort of “blogger” (I apply that term loosely to myself at this point) who requires writing prompts. At least for now.  So I dug around in the dusty corners of the Internet and dusted off the five year old 30 Days of Kink writing prompts. The original was posted by Queer Read More…

Feedback – and I don’t mean that squawk from the microphone

Feedback Noun /ˈfēdˌbak/ “First used in 1920 in the electronics sense. Transferred use, “information about the results of a process” is attested by 1955.” 1. A reaction or response to a particular process or activity.   2. Evaluative information derived from such a reaction or response. (source: feedback. (n.d.). Online Etymology Dictionary. Retrieved September 17, Read More…

On the Power of Acceptance

The concept of acceptance – of self, of others – has been pondered, expounded on, sung about, and written about eloquently by far greater thinkers than myself. The concept of self-acceptance seems to be a nearly universal truth – heck, even I’ve written about that before.  And yet…it seems to be an elusive goal for Read More…

GKENE Re-cap

(First off  – oops…I haven’t blogged in over three weeks. Sigh. Mea Culpa.) Last weekend I attended GKE:NE (Geeky Kink Event: New England). It was a simultaneously invigorating and exhausting weekend and I think I’m still recovering on a few fronts four days later. It was incredibly freeing to be among “my people!” as I Read More…