It is not always easy. It is not always hard. It can give you everything you’ve ever wanted. Sometimes a whole lot less. Sometimes a whole lot more. It can mean freedom and doing as you like. On other days, hard compromise and sacrifice.
You’ll work your ass off to communicate your wants. Your needs. . . . → Read More: An Essay on Non-Monogamy
As the God fearing character “Manny” returns to tell us we’re all doing bad things on Sexie Sadie’s blog, I couldn’t help but comment back at him and since I wrote so much I wanted to share with all of you!
Here’s his latest comment, and you can read mine below. Fun with God and . . . → Read More: Pwning, Part II
The jury is still out on chivalry and its relation to equality, and I think always will be. The politically correct ninjas of the 90′s would like everyone to believe that men and women are equal, but I think somewhere along the line the message got a little skewed. Just like in that little book, . . . → Read More: And the lady will have …
What a great weekend I had at Toronto Pride. Though lacking in sleep and limits on alcohol consumption Friday night I thoroughly enjoyed the weekend’s festivities.
It was a great time of hanging with friends, the Drapers and feeling very comfortable in my skin. Last year was the first time that I . . . → Read More: Toronto Pride
I’ve accepted over the years that there are some people who will see me, and others in open relationships as a sort of ‘novelty’. I’ve slept with enough men – and women – who have gotten off on the idea that I’m married that the novelty of that novelty has somewhat worn off for me.
. . . → Read More: Ooh! A piece of candy!
I have stolen one of my Facebook blog posts (the 25 random facts that seems to be going around FB town), because I thought a little bit more insight into your author, couldn’t help!
1. I don’t sleep nearly as much as I should. Even when I feel it’s time to go to sleep, I . . . → Read More: Stealing posts from Facebook to entertain you
As if opening up your relationship isn’t sometimes intimidating enough, imagine how it feels when one partner decides to pursue outside BDSM relationships. Without proper communication to discuss the ramifications of this, things can get sticky, so I offer you some thoughts / experience / advice to take with you.
To start with, don’t judge . . . → Read More: BD what? … Part 2
This past weekend I met a friend of a friend. He was really nice and upon first meeting I didn’t see anything bad to say about him. What I did find slightly annoying though, as a reflection of our society, was his first question to me, seconds after just shaking hands.
“What do you do? . . . → Read More: What do you do?
Today in a brief chat with a lovely man I know, he mentioned something about me having normal reactions to things, like a regular gal. He was surprised to see me feeling some silly emotion, like I was a super woman who took everything in stride. It was funny and sweet to me that he . . . → Read More: Just A Girl
Anyone who knows me well knows religion and I? We don’t mesh very well together. That being said, it’s still a topic I find terribly interesting as so much of the entire world’s viewpoint finds a basis in it.
Recently I was contacted by a reseacher from Vision TV looking for the personal story of . . . → Read More: Documentary Series looking for religious polyamorist