I have my fair share of dolls, and stuffed toys, but I am a sucker for the real thing, real bodies of the human kind. I completely understand the therapeutic benefits of these dolls and totally support that and make no judgements. Technology is becoming so advanced, so intricate, and seriously sexy! Have a look of at these dolls and I think you’ll agree. For me I think these are just a step in the evolution of real live acting and possibly thinking beings. Just my thoughts and hopefully you’ll have your own.
I get asked questions similar to this statement, in nature, A LOT!
Some are pleasant, some ignorant, and many downright, for lack of a better term, FUCKING STUPID! Questions like, what do you see in her or him? They’re fat. They’re short! He’s ugly! She’s ugly What’s up with that? Is that a guy or a girl? How can you like “that”?
The list of questions and statements goes on and on at dizzying rates of speed that I just can’t keep up, nor do I want to! In my quest to finish off a TIDBIT I am working on, I came across this amazing article that answers the elements of what I am talking about here quite well. The only difference is that it hits home about stereotypes of masculinity, sex, and gender, and I am in a good position to share in all of what is written in the article, possibly because of my unique set of circumstances.
As most of you know, I LOVE it all, I LOVE people! I love masculine men, I love feminine men, I love masculine women, and I love feminine women, and definitely everyone in between pushing those boundaries. My social circle is large and varied and I wouldn’t have it any other way, and those of you that have checked out all my social pages and the photos I post, you’ll see that I completely live what I say here.
I know I present a certain image, but it is my own presentation that for many, is stereotyped as to what I supposed to be attracted to based on that image, an image not superficial to me, but superficial to some others. Yet it’s those who have that stereotype and belief of me, that I should be in what their narrow minds tend to believe!
SO have a read, it’s a great article with so many parallels. (more…)
Let me start off by pointing out that I am no angel! Especially when it comes to having had my fair share of mind and body altering substances in the context of being social, or for extended periods of “boot knocking action”, I am NO angel! However in the past few years, lets say five for the sake of argument, I’ve been seeing and hearing a shift from folks regarding the type of sex they are having. Sex that I am indulging in as well, sex that is clean & sober, and that’s what’s sexy this week.
Indulging in the past-time usage of mind and body altering substances for extended periods of sexual activity is something done by many. (more…)
I LOVE exotic show lounges and when I can, frequent them as much as possible. I have a lot of friends who are performers in these establishments so I know what the protocol is for good and bad behaviour. However for some it’s not that cut and dry, as for some reason they weren’t in the line when the social etiquette card was being handed out.
I’ve seen, what I will lovingly call the idiots, acting like complete and utter assholes after a few drinks have entered their systems as though a little liquor is license to do so. It just proves that a lot (more…)
How civilized were they? The folks in jolly old England were truly having their jollies off and in good, filthy, fun fashion!
The language has changed since then, but for most of my readers I am sure you’ll be able to figure out what it all means, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what “squatting on prick means!” For all you history enthusiasts this little piece of literature comes from the London brothel of Mrs. F. A. Tasse and yes proves the point that the word FUCK, was well in use long before the 20th century. Ever heard of the proclamation “fornication under command of the king” (FUCK)? Whether you believe it or not, it makes for a great read! (more…)
We all make them, and for those of us that enjoy the heated throes of passion we certainly don’t care what we look like while doing so. Open mouthed, closed eyes, furrowed brows, and droplets of sweat accumulating to run in rivulets down a quivering cheek, make up the look, the look of ecstasy faces, and that’s what sexy this week.
Facial expressions vary from person to person during sexual activity, whether it be solo or involved. The face takes on a life of it’s own that is directly connected to the excitement produced by the stimuli that get the body’s juices flowing.
The obvious feature is the eyes, that become half closed, glazed over orbs enraptured in a hypnotic dreamlike state of bliss. The mouth becomes an open set of quivering lips that slowly pull back to reveal a wet chasm gasping for air that releases soft bellowing moans of delight. Teeth so white and a darting tongue that seeks out the mouth of another eager to lock lips and explore tongue to tongue. (more…)
We all want them, and for many at the gym on a regular basis, working them is all they do, and work them hard they do. The routines are varied, strenuous, time consuming, and take a great deal of time to produce results. Diet is also a key factor in reducing body fat and the layer that “lovingly” covers them. They also are the spot on the body where stress and emotions, also a play a key factor in keeping them flat and defined and fat free. Flat, tight, toned abdominals, that’s what sexy this week.
Abdominal muscles are not only sexy, but very functional, supporting the body, keeping the guts in place, and from the considered shallow aesthetic of which I am a supporter, seriously HOT! Creating defined abs is a serious challenge, and I am currently working on them myself. My own are tight, somewhat flat, except when I am bloated, and getting more and more defined as my time at the gym increases each time I am there. I work them hard, change out (more…)
We all have them, and in numerous forms. Be it a love of flowers, cars, jewelry, trips to the gym, food and good wine, bras and panties, or beautiful people, WE ALL HAVE THEM! Obsessions! For some it is a simple infatuation, quickly gotten over in a short time, but for those on the move, doing things with ambition, sometimes a little, or lot of inspiration is what those folks need, a healthy obsession, that’s what sexy this week.
Don’t quite understand? Well let me explain with my healthy obsessions.
As I progress through life and age, although I prefer to use the term “mature” because I believe we are all continually doing so, and I hate the word aging, I am striving to continually to perfect or modify myself for good health and longevity. What do I do? One of the things I do is go to the gym 6-7 days a week, of what is soon to be a year long test of myself after a nearly 2 year hiatus. Some would call that obsessive, I call it healthy, and love watching as my body changes. (more…)
￼September 17: FIRST Keynote Forum. Sex Work in New Zealand: “Eleven Years of Decriminalisation: the Sky is Still Blue.”
For immediate release September 10, 2014
September 17: FIRST Keynote Forum Sex Work in New Zealand:
“Eleven Years of Decriminalisation: the Sky is Still Blue.”
VANCOUVER: Following right on the heels of the Special Senate Committee hearings into Bill C-36 this week in Ottawa (the anti-prostitution bill), advocacy groups for sex workers will host a keynote forum on September 17 in Vancouver, with a special keynote speaker from New Zealand: Catherine Healy of the New Zealand Prostitutes Collective.
Ms. Healy will describe how New Zealand has been successfully fostering a safer working environment for sex workers for 11 years, without increases in trafficking, underage workers, or overall number of sex workers. The country was the first to decriminalize sex work in 2003 with its historic passage of the Prostitution Reform Act.
“In Canada, the Conservative government’s proposed prostitution law, Bill C-36 is strongly opposed by sex worker groups and active sex workers, because they know it will replicate the same kinds of harms as under the previous laws struck down by the Supreme Court last December,” said Joyce Arthur, founding member of FIRST Decriminalize Sex Work (a national feminist sex worker advocacy organization based in Vancouver that lobbies for the decriminalization of prostitution in Canada).
“The experience of New Zealand that Catherine will speak about should send a strong message to Ottawa that there is a proven, better way to protect both communities and sex workers from harm,” said Arthur. “Bill C-36 criminalizes consensual adult sex on moral and ideological grounds, which only serves to put people at risk, isolate them from health and social services, and violate their constitutional rights.”
Media are cordially invited to attend.
Catherine Healy will also be available for media interviews during daytime hours on Tues Sept 16 and Wed Sept 17
(Please contact Katrina Caudle to arrange – see page 2 for Contacts.)
Keynote Forum Details:
Date/Time: Wednesday, September 17, 2014, 7 to 9 pm
Location: Rickshaw Theatre, 254 East Hastings St., Vancouver
Moderator: Kerry Porth, PIVOT Legal Society (and Senate Committee witness against Bill C-36.
Opening Performance by The Unstoppable Conni Smudge.
Introduction by Joyce Arthur, FIRST Decriminalize Sex Work: “Government in our bedrooms: The parallels between prostitution laws and abortion laws.” (Joyce is a founding member of FIRST. She is also founder and Executive Director of the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada, a national pro-choice group.)
Keynote Speaker: Catherine Healy, New Zealand Prostitutes Collective. Ms. Healy will be speaking on how New Zealand law recognises sex work as a legitimate form of work. Her talk is entitled: “Eleven Years of Decriminalisation: the Sky is Still Blue.”
Catherine Healy is a founding member and now the National Coordinator of the New Zealand Prostitutes Collective (http://www.nzpc.org.nz/). She is also a former member of the government appointed Prostitution Law Review Committee, and co- editor of “Taking The Crime out of Sex Work“. Catherine has played a key role in the design and implementation of the laws that decriminalised sex work in New Zealand in 2003, and is a former sex worker herself.
Q&A with the audience to follow Catherine Healy’s presentation.
The forum is sponsored by FIRST Decriminalize Sex Work, BC Civil Liberties Association, PACE
Society, and Spaces (A Sex Industry Study, UBC).
Contact: 604-349-4495 • Katrina Caudle, Organizer, email@example.com
604-351-0867 • Joyce Arthur, FIRST, firstname.lastname@example.org