The last thing I want to do is be tied up. Ever.
But for some reason, lately, I've been fascinated by it.
I'm thinking it's got to do with WHO does it. The list of possibles is ridiculously short, I will say that.
But the options of who, where and with what are endless. Very creative.
What would be your favorite combo? Tell me what would happen once you were bound.
I think it's sad that so many people think intimacy and sex are the same. They even use the words interchangeably. They're different though.
And it's irritating when the self-righteous who don't know the difference look down their noses at those of us who do. They call us immoral, animalistic and addicted.
I'm sure all my friends on this site know the difference.
Thoughts on this? Tell me...
Over the last months, we've all agreed that we like porn.
But we've never discussed WHY we like porn.
Do we watch becuase it's not what we're seeing in our lives?
Are we watching scenarios that we're ashamed of admitting turn us on?
Is boredom a factor? You're all out of fun things to think about when you masturbate?
If you think back to when you were young(er) and what/who you fantasized about then, how is it different that what/who you want now?
Is the object of your lust different? Blonde vs. brunette?
Is the where or how you have sex different than your imaginings before?
Who, in your life, has had the greatest influence on your fantasies?
(I'm interested to see if there are any trends in your answers.)
Do you know what your partner fantasizes about?
Is it what you like?
Are you involved in their fantasies? If not you, then who?
Maybe you should ask.
I don't care how intimate someone thinks they are with me, if the bathroom door is closed, please don't walk in to brush your hair, start the shower or chit-chat with me.
I don't like it when I'm peeing and I will completely freak out if I'm doing something else.
If I leave the door open while I pee, feel free to hang out, bring me a drink or ask if I know the number to Domino's.
It's a subtle social cue, but one that should be respected, nonetheless.
Natalie Blake is an open book and a bad speller.