Posted on | June 7, 2015 | 20 Comments
But it’s winter! Cold! Who cares about the cold when there’s an opportunity to be naked? When we stumbled across this spot it wasn’t long before I stripped off my merino top, bra, cardigan, thick socks, jeans and sneakers (with Demeter chortling all the while), and proceeded to check out the water’s edge.
Silly me – the water’s even colder than the air! But so still – I love the ripple you can see simply from dipping my toes in.
This is the original image – the one above has a colour filter on it as part of this month’s prompt. I like it – I think I’ll be playing with filters some more.
Next weekend I’ll be posting more photographs of this amazing place.
ETA: Selected as a top pic in the Sinful Sunday Weekly Roundup #217.
Posted on | May 31, 2015 | 18 Comments
It’s been a long, not-so-brilliant month. There’s been some good moments, and even a few good days, but overall this May has been incredibly challenging. May is generally a hard time for me, but this year was a doozy.
You may have noticed the lack of posts recently. I’ve had no impetus to write; no drive to share. There’s been some sexy stuff going on – including some good wanking – but I’ve not been talking about it much. Unusual, I know!
Finally, thankfully, tomorrow is June. It’ll be winter proper (it’s the southern hemisphere after all) and officially no longer that month. I’m looking forward to it.
And I’m looking at you, as you look at me, too.
I took this photo this afternoon, eye-twitch and all. It’s me, now, just as I am.
Posted on | May 3, 2015 | 19 Comments
Sometimes you just need a drink. And when it has a name like this, of course I’m going to try it out! (Also, ice cream soda – yum.)
Experience the blast!
Quenching the thirst of today’s generation!
I know – it’s unreal, isn’t it? I wouldn’t believe it without the photographic evidence, as I only ever saw it for sale the once. Still, it’s a pretty apt description…
The theme for Sinful Sunday this week is ‘no humans’. I’m glad I hadn’t used this photo before now!
Posted on | May 1, 2015 | 5 Comments
That’s what I kept asking Hylas on Tuesday evening, as he sat on the lounge floor painting my toes for me. Why did I want him to pee? Well, he was wearing his rubber piss pants, and I wanted the bag to be less than empty when I took photographs!
“Drink some more,” I encouraged him. “Please, pet?”
I got to spend the evening perving at his cock – and got gorgeous toenails – so his minimal peeing wasn’t a disaster (that, and I got to make him shoot ejaculate within his suit. Hotness!).
And before I crashed out for the night, I finally got to take some photos in the bathroom. What a great set-up this is – he can go the entire night without having to use the toilet, and the bag just gets more and more distended.
This is not terribly full. But it’s not empty!
As you can see, it’s pretty cleverly arranged. He’s been known to wear it beneath jeans (where he’s extremely aware of the bulge, but no one else really notices, except me). Combined with his ‘shorty’ catsuit over the top and a slim buttplug in his arse, he’s all rubbered up, full up, and ready for me to tease!
Peeing? No, it’s not my thing. Except for when it is
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Posted on | April 28, 2015 | No Comments
My irregular roundup of interesting reads, found from all over the place.
Content Notes: mental ill-health; chronic illness
How To Be an Ex-Porn Star: 10 Tips on Taking a Break: “Stories about someone’s “porn past” surfacing are always on the tip of the media’s tongue. Porn pasts “surface” because people tried to bury them. But there is no such thing as “after porn ends” anymore. Porn is like that old tattoo you have: whether or not it still suits you, you’re going to (at least!) have to learn to love it as representing a specific mindset and time in your life.” (Conner Habib)
Cyborgs I Have Loved: “Whatever the reason, people everywhere are pushing the bounds of what human beings are capable of, even going so far as to alter their physical bodies and neural pathways, sometimes for no reason greater than curiosity.” (Arikia Millikan / Motherboard)
What Happens When You Lose Your Virginity?: “While the word is useful in certain circumstances, asking ‘what is virginity?’ becomes a bit like asking ‘what is breakfast?’ To you it might be toast, to me it’s cereal, to your mate over there with a hefty appetite and exquisite taste it’s a bacon sandwich with ketchup.” (Girl on the Net)
“Big Pharma” & Privilege: Or Why I Wish Allies Would Stop Using This Phrase: “You, my able-bodied friends, are only in charge of your own body. Not anyone else’s. And your “well-intentioned” judgement come off as privileged assholery to those of us who are living a daily reality with chronic illness or disability.” (Camilla Laurentine)
Posted on | April 26, 2015 | 16 Comments
While a rubber-clad Hylas was admiring the cityscape from his balcony…
…I was busy admiring the sexiness that is my pet!
(I know he still doesn’t believe me – but I do find him extremely attractive. And that’s whether he’s covered top-to-toe in latex, or completely naked. Yummy.)
Yeah, that’s why he gives me ‘that look’ when he catches me perving at him. Doesn’t stop me doing it, though!
*shines the latex and fondles the bits beneath*
Posted on | April 19, 2015 | 18 Comments
After emerging from the ocean, this mermaid needs to rest and ensure their legs are stable.
Tethys and I are slowly getting sorted – moving into new relationship territory together!
ETA: Selected as a top pic in the Sinful Sunday Weekly Roundup #210.
Posted on | April 16, 2015 | 2 Comments
Photo courtesy of Sex Is My New Hobby
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Posted on | April 10, 2015 | 3 Comments
My irregular roundup of interesting reads, found from all over the place.
Content Notes: queer negativity
Does the Hitachi Reduce Sensitivity? Yes: “I wanted to know if I’d broken my vag and Hitachi’d myself into numbness… or if my vag was just in a sensitivity coma. Turns out, I’m not alone and there are many, many Hitachi addicts out there. Research taught me that if I just stopped using the thing, that sensitivity would eventually come back, depending on how often I’d been using it and for how long. Great. So I might have some feeling by the time I’m 80, I thought.” (Amie Wee)
We Should Have a Better Condom by Now. Here’s Why We Don’t: “Latex condoms are not, and have never been, approved by the FDA for use during anal sex. Clinical trials comparing experimental condoms to existing latex condoms enroll only straight couples and instruct them to use the condoms for vaginal intercourse.” (L.V. Anderson / Slate)
The Forsaken: A Rising Number of Homeless Gay Teens Are Being Cast Out by Religious Families: “Though James never told his mom he liked other boys, her views on the matter were abundantly clear – “It was disgusting, sick, adding to the end of the world” – and she must have suspected. “At one point, and I was right there,” he says, “my mom actually told this lady that she loved all of her children besides me.”” (Alex Morris / Rolling Stone)
Nonbinding Bondage: Exploring the (extra)legal complexity of BDSM contracts: “If law has been slow to recognize mainstream BDSM, however, BDSM has not forgotten law. Far from locking law out of its bedrooms, mainstream BDSM has deliberately imported one unlikely legal form: contract. Lifestyle guides encourage the use of BDSM contracts, which employ contract forms to set limits and rules of play for BDSM sex. These contracts are negotiated, drafted, and framed in much the same manner as conventional contracts and have become an increasingly accepted part of BDSM practice.” (Note / Harvard Law Review)
How The Line Between Fantasy and Reality Defines Consent: “The antidote isn’t to police everyone’s thoughts about sexuality even more. It’s to make it okay to fantasize and think about sex and talk about it rather than silencing it. How the hell is anyone supposed to learn that the line exists if no one talks about it?” (Cecilia Tan)
Posted on | April 8, 2015 | 8 Comments
For a number of years I’ve had regular tasks and goals, which were set me by my owner. Now I don’t.
Tethys (aka m’Lady) and I are no longer owner/property – although we are still very close and are working out what our relationship is going to be in the future – and so I no longer have those goals and tasks set for me.
No longer am I regularly doing various hole expansion exercises, hunting down porn clips in certain categories, trawling tumblr to find images ey will appreciate. I’m not putting my google-fu to the test by finding out who it is starring in certain images or videos. I’m no longer required to journal nightly (although I still journal when I choose to and/or need to). No longer do I ensure I have my collar ready to put on, and clothes taken off, before we skype.
These days, when it comes to my sexual expansion and creativity, I don’t have any goals set for me. And it’s strange, being on my own recognisance. In less than two months, I’ve gone from being property to improve (with my agreement), to being, well, my own again.
And without even meaning to, I’m starting to discover things.
Who knew that after 23 years of fucking, and with partners both long-term and relatively new, I’d be discovering new things about myself? About arousal, about sexual positions, about pleasure with a person, and pleasure with myself?
I certainly wasn’t expecting this, but I’m enjoying it as it occurs. So perhaps without even intending to do so, I’ve set myself a new goal – discovering more about who I am, how I love, and what my body is capable of as intimate instrument.
Who am I now? Let’s find out.
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