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Sexual GPS.

I’m more than exhausted with the constant question from people about sexuality. Why be a lesbian if you still get dick? WHAT the hell does this question really mean? 388 more words

Warning! Hot Post: Connecting to Your Partner

Although everything is connected it does not always seem or feel so. When it comes to love, it is a journey, rather it is a rollercoaster with exhilarating highs and suffocating lows. 726 more words

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Friends & Other Enemies, Ch. 2 - Welcome to the Jungle

My first official Mpowerment event was the dreaded Gay Skate Night of 2006 months prior, that’s when I first learned about this group and had met Bucky, Richard, and a host of other interesting characters such as my fairy godmother Sister Loosey of the Sin City Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and “The Unfriendly Black Hotties” in Gavin and Kris. 1,437 more words

Life... And Other Distractions

XXX units of measurement (W, nB, Mb, PMb)

Wanks [W] are the process of stroking at a typical pace (Average is 50 W/min).

Nutbusts are the length of time and energy it takes an average masturbator to bust 1 nut (20 mins). 63 more words

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Friends & Other Enemies, Ch. 1 - "Toto, I Don't Think We're in Kansas Anymore..."

Life outside the comfort of my bowling nights and excursions on the Strip with my roommates James Van Buren and John Powell, along with our mutual friend Katy Moore, was odd, frightening, and exhilarating. 1,713 more words

Life... And Other Distractions

Friends & Other Enemies, Prologue - Not All Sequels Suck

I grew up a horror movie fan, like most children of my generation who were coming-of-age during the heyday of the likes of Pinhead and the Cenobites, Freddy Krueger, and Jason Voorhees. 325 more words

Life... And Other Distractions

50 Shades of Pixel

I first heard of 50 shades of Grey back in 2012 when it was first published in hardback, having made the transfer from an e-book format to being officially published by an editorial, with the logical succession of two more books after becoming a best seller in a very short time; I distinctly recall female relatives and friends swarming to the bookshops to get a copy or borrowing it from a friend after a very long winded and heated recommendation, as if it were the greatest work of literature since “El Quixote”, with the added passing comment along the lines of “If only he was real” 602 more words

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