Dear loyal sexy followers,
I’ve decided to move my blog to another URL. Actually, a separate account entirely. You see, I like porn. I LOVE porn. I love sex, and I love blogging about sex. Buuuuuut I can’t actually follow all the porn blogs I love because it would clog up my entire dash and leave out all the other things I love! Not to mention, it’s tedious to reblog a ton of posts when you can’t utilize the Missing E function since you don’t follow those blogs.
That being said, I have moved over to wit-kiss-touch-fuck. Same name, same sexy goodness. :)
Cum follow me, won’t you?
So my man is 6’5” - I’m 5’4”.
I’m wondering what sex positions there are that would be pleasurable/comfortable for both of us (aside from girl-on-top and missionary) that would accommodate our height difference. We attempted to do doggy style - didn’t work out so well.
I cannot tell you how badly I want one of these.
Someone get me this ;]
If the boyfriend and I make it to a year anniversary, DEFINITELY asking for the wireless version as an anniversary gift :)
…what? $130 isn’t THAT much… right? ;)
THIS post ever so nicely reflects all of my feels towards 50 Shades - for the record, I have not picked up that book since the day I put it back down, despite it being on my shelf still.
I could easily get into all of the intricacies listed in that post, but I don’t have enough time nor enough space in the answer box, haha. Overall, my biggest issue with 50 Shades is just the way it portrays BDSM, particularly in our society (American, in this case). We as Americans, despite all of the millions of porn sites on the Internet, oversexualized television shows and celebrities yada yada yada, we still have a taboo regarding sex. More importantly, WE STILL HAVE A TABOO REGARDING WOMEN ENJOYING SEX. I could go into a whole diatribe as to why that is as well, but really, this is Tumblr. What I would say is nothing new from what I or you, my followers, have already read anywhere else. (If a woman enjoys sex, she gets labeled as a slut, whore, etc.) That is not the point of this post.
The point of this post is that while America overall has a problem with sex, we most certainly have a problem with KINKY sex, or BDSM in this case. These are the things we really do not talk about, these are the things that most definitely stay behind closed doors - for the most part anyway. If we do decide to talk about it, we do so in a sensationalized manner. Let me give you a prime example: Bob Bashara - husband of Jane Bashara. Since I reside in the Metro Detroit area, this case made headlines for months. Jane Bashara, a resident of the affluent suburb of Grosse Pointe, was found dead in the back of her car in January 2012 in Detroit. Her husband, Bob Bashara, was the main person of interest for the case, until a handyman came forward confessing to the murder. Bob Bashara, however, created quite the bit of controversy when it was discovered he was having an affair and participated in BDSM activity in a basement of a nightclub he owned in Grosse Pointe. Dateline NBC did a show on him, and they constantly compared it to ‘something straight out of 50 Shades’. People became too involved in wondering what kind of fucked up person Bob Bashara was, and thinking, “Well, then, it only makes sense he was implicated in murdering his wife!” that the death of Jane started to become fuzzy and had lost its focus.
An extreme example, but I think you get my point.
I think up until the point in time 50 Shades was released, the BDSM lifestyle was relatively unknown to those who never really explored it, nor had an interest in it. That being said, let’s be frank: it is quite bizarre to the overall general population to think that people, somehow, someway, thoroughly enjoy being tied up, handcuffed, gagged, spanked, slapped, facefucked, pissed on, humiliated, degraded… and that are people who enjoy doing all those things to others. You ask any passerby, and they’ll say, “Oh yeah, I saw that on CSI or Law & Order: SVU once… fucked up shit!”
BDSM, as far as I can tell, hasn’t been brought out into the mainstream legitimately. More importantly, it hasn’t been viewed as something women can enjoy. And this is where, I think, a responsibility needed to fall to E.L. James when she decided to write and publish her series. It needed to have been written in a manner which not only explored BDSM in a tactful manner (well, as tactful as we can be I suppose. Gag balls and mechanical fucking machines can only be described in so many ways), but also in a way in which the female character is exploring this lifestyle because it interests her. Because she is a sexual being, and she would like to try new things to see what she enjoys and what she doesn’t enjoy.
As a woman who explored the lifestyle in this fashion, I was really disappointed to see how Ana came into this lifestyle throughout the book. Only interested in it because Christian exposed her to it. She attempts to wield some power (from what I witnessed from those first few emails in the first book), but once she’s in the same room with him that all pretty much fizzles away.
One last thing that seriously bothers me about this series: it has launched SO MANY OTHER BDSM SERIES BY TONS OF OTHER AUTHORS. Also, because it was such a hit, and being claimed as so ‘provocative’ amongst women and that housewives were raving about it at their book clubs, do you know how that translates to the general public? That we as women want these things. Best example I can give you is that in the first month of dating my current boyfriend, I had him stay over at my place one night. He looked at my bookshelf and saw 50 Shades sitting there and said something to the effect of, “Oh, look at you! You’re into 50 Shades?”, almost in a manner in which he was perceiving that I loved the book and that I love the BDSM lifestyle. Boy, did I make him confused when I explained to him how much I hated it and all the things I found wrong with it. He thought that all of us ladies were going crazy for it - not this chick.
Let’s just add on another aspect of sex that men widely misrepresent and perpetuate for us in the porn industry, shall we? Objectification, abuse, rape culture (once you start, she actually enjoys it!), dubious consent, barely legal, cock worship, and now, BDSM.
Awesome. Thanks 50 Shades - for royally fucking us on how we like to fuck.
this might be TMI, but like I give a fuck:
I recently discovered a new turn-on of mine - going down on my man after fucking him for a little bit. He absolutely goes insane when I do, plus my taste combined with his is absolutely intoxicating…
god I love it when he does this to me…
my favorite porn star is better than yours