Posted by redgreen , Sun Oct 23, 2011 11:44 AM
I was totally surprised as I'm (still) beset with uploading issues, so new pictures being added have been infrequent in 2011 (Miss you Duchess btw), hopefully in 2012 I'll be able to indulge my exhibtionist tendancy side a little more with more pics, anyways, that's in the future.
SF (sex forums) continues to be a fabulous (understatement) community and it's terrific to see more fellow shemale fans and gay/bisexual members joining too.
Too many great gals and guys on SF to individually mention but I'm sure you know who you are, okay enough of me I need to dive into the forums and check out who's up to what or who... lol!
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Posted by redgreen , Sun Oct 24, 2010 01:34 PM
The article dealt with her time in the BDSM scene, how she found it stimulating initially and liberating to see folk indulge their fetishes and quirks. How she enjoyed dressing in PVC and rubber, seeing all manner of scenarios take place, the usual thing, whippings, hog tieing, watersports. Her recollections related to the 80's and she pondered if it was a reaction to a divorce she went through back in the day and her need to feel in control rather than be 'contolled'.
Slowly though she found the 'scene' to become predictable and routine. It's funny how what at one stage can appear 'ground breaking' and 'new' can become acceptable and mundane. I guess it can happen in art be it music, painting, movies, etc, and sex too.
Of course attending fetish clubs I guess there's only so many variations one can participate in or witness before some of the performances, and I use the word 'performance' on purpose as when you break it down it would cross over into the theatrical, would have a degree of 'déjà vu'.
She concluded that eventually the paraphernalia, the outfits, the toys, the power plays where more important to the protaganists involved rather than the sex. She was looking for unbridled release and liberation in the scene, but she detected behind the gimp masks and leather clothing it was empty and hollow. She also observed no amount of outlandish outfits and anonimity could disguise the people wearing the gear, you could still get a 'gut feeling' what these people did on the day job, which was an illuminating observation, you'd think folk in those situations may be rightly or wrongly think they are pushing their normal persona to a back seat.
Eventually she moved on, she still enjoys the outfits.
She wasn't negative or bitter toward folk that enjoy(ed) the 'scene' she evolved, moved on. Isn't that always the way though, nothing stays 'new', which dovetails with my comparision to 'art'?
Posted by redgreen , Thu Sep 02, 2010 02:35 PM
Flipside can you have too much love?
Unlikely, because love is such a positive emotion, state of mind, personally I couldn't envisage a situation where that would be an issue.
You could have a situation where too many 'displays of love' possibly in a materiel sense, a scenario where someone showered their love interest with too many gifts, but then you fallinto an area of 'obsession' or 'compulsive behaviour', and after all true love is not the amount of stuff you can afford to buy is it?
So the ol' Beatles song was right 'Can't Buy Me Love' was correct all those years ago.
Back on topic, while the possibilty of 'too much love' is almost unlikely, when people get little or zero lovethat really can effect people in a negative way.
I think if I had to choose which is more important sex or love, love is the most important of the two.
Posted by redgreen , Wed Sep 01, 2010 06:11 AM
So here we are at Part Five...
Perhaps it should have a subheading 'Are You Full Yet?'
By full I guess there is a coralation between sex and food, we all know when we've eaten enough or feel hungry.
So our sexual appetites also trigger sexual 'hunger pangs' too.
Also our moods can be affected by sex, good sex, bad sex, mediocore sex, too much or not enough.
So while this blog is sex heavy and 'love' isn't getting discussed as much as previous blogs I'll return to love at an appropiate juncture.
Now while we need food water to live, is sex crucial?
Sex can sure add a spring in someones step, but then so can just a piece of good news too. Is there too much focus on sex? (I've scratched 'sex and the media' on about five hundred blogs back somewhere, hit the tags, then you'll find it)
It's funny how folk will relay information for example to co-workers if they fucked the night before, sometimes they don't need to, people have an inbuilt radar that picks up these things too.
Then sex can be used as an excuse for 'exhaustion' or 'elation' too you know the 'man I'm so worn out I was up fucking all night' lines we've all heard from time to time.
It's intresting how people in a bad or miserable mood can be labeled with 'they need to go and get fucked' as if to say a good fuck will lighten the mood of a sour puss.
So sex can almost equate to some kind of therapy/stabilizer here?
Fucking=a calm outlook anybody?
So where is all this heading?
Well we all gave a sexual appetite that needs satisfying or our sexual tummies rumble.
Posted by redgreen , Tue Aug 31, 2010 09:07 AM
Is like comparing apples and asteroids?
After all Sex is physical, Love is emotional.
Yes you could ask the question.
'What do you prefer 'sex or love' and you'd get many different answers.
I guess the closest you can get is 'indulge in sex, with someone you care about (love)' and then your getting close, mix the two up.
Of couse plenty of folk have sex with people they don't love, hookers etc, so perhaps sex wins out over love, or why not just masturbate?
Perhaps it's a question that cannot be answered like I said comparing an octopus with a silicone chip...
Posted by redgreen , Mon Aug 30, 2010 07:46 AM
So what is this 'love' thing so much has been written about for centuries?
Well to try and encapsulate 'Love' in a Blog entry might be setting the bar a tad high.
'Love' has inspired writers, poets, songwriters, moviemakers, painters, scupltures and a gazillion artists to try and capture it's 'essence'.
How do you capture something you cannot touch, all you can witness is the effect love has on a situation/person.
People talk about 'loving their neighbours' dosent that just mean 'be nice to people' and that's a commendable philosophy.
So perhaps 'Love=Respect' (?).
There are many types of 'love' and in the early 21st century I think the word 'love' has lost it's currency, it's overused, lost it's true meaning, so perhaps 'Love=Like' (?).
Sure we can 'love' chocolate but would you give your kidney for a 'bar of chocloate' or a loved person in your family that needed a kidney to live?
There's the love parents show their children so perhaps 'Love=Security' (?)
The more you try and nail this 'Love' thing the more tricky it us to pin down.
Why do people say 'I love you' and why by using the 'Love' word can a relationship head into all kinds of craziness good and bad.
Why do people have to do the 'wedding/civil partneship' thing and do the 'public display' of love too?
Is there a definitive answer what 'Love' is or is it 'Love=?'
Posted by redgreen , Sun Aug 29, 2010 07:41 AM
The problem for a lot of guys the physical act of sexual intercourse can be in their minds 'love'.
It's a 'let me fuck you to show you how much I love you baby' situation.
Female minds are wired differently and 'love' is not just the physical act, it's deeper, more complicated.
Also 'love' is not Valentines Day and all that roses and greeting card nonsense.
Love is when you endure stuff as a couple and even in the toughest situations you still care for that that person.
You don't need sex to love someone.
The problem is people fall in love...
Love is a basic Human need like, shelter, clothing, food etc.
It's this 'falling in love' bit that's tricky to manouver, and love getting tangled up with lust. We've all known the thrill of when relationships are new and shiny and fresh. I'm sure the relationship forum goes into more depth on 'love' after that initial burst of excitment wanes.
Of course people fall out of love too, or is that boredom, or just the inbuilt guy thing to 'sow their seed' with as many partners so the gene pool carries on being transfered from generation.
Is 'love' real or should it be renamed 'fondness/freindship' after all you cannot touch love it's not like fire or ice, it's like the wind you can feel the wind but only the results, so do we feel the results of love like the wind?
Love can make you feel younger, more alive, or in the pits a despair in varying degrees at various times of our lives.
Sex is a moment(s) of physical pleasure, but then again so is eating or a rollercoaster ride too, physical feelings that fill our senses.
On a biological level sure pheromones and other chemicals get released during sex, and that must trigger 'animal desire' within in humans, but it's biological, yes you can have great sex, but to say sex can be a 'spiritual' thing isn't that 'pushing' things into the realms of daft, slightly?
You could have the most amazing orgasm, it might feel amazing, it's only nerve endings and muscles and brain activity and sensations.
Look at the plethora of sex toys available, humans can make themselves feel great and have enjoyable orgasms with various bits of plastic, so you could have great sex without even another person in attendence.
Posted by redgreen , Sat Aug 28, 2010 07:39 AM
Are the two related?
Is sex purely an animal instinct to reproduce, and 'love' a human invention.
'Love' something dreamt up as a human concept.
Yes animals 'care and protect' their young in the wild but do they display love?
Posted by redgreen , Wed Aug 11, 2010 10:11 AM
Sight, taste, smell, touch all are part of love making, and not having one of those, not just in everyday life but in the bedroom would be a major loss.
Of course we all enjoy seeing our lovers, but say through a tragic accident or disease you lost your sight I'm sure we could still have sex.
To hear your lovers voice, or sounds of pleasure, that would be a great loss, sound is a vital part of lovemaking too.
Taste, it's something we all take for granted, but if you could not taste your lovers kisses, or smell their perfume or cologne it all plays a part.
I think the greatest loss would be touch, to caress a lovers body, and all the different textures a human body holds, skin, hair, the sex organs. I guess we never consider those things but they are a tremendous gift.
Posted by redgreen , Fri Aug 06, 2010 07:37 AM
Pimps, drugs, STD's, violence and exploration are all real and present dangers for sex workers.
They call prostitution the 'oldest profession' and I guess it must be, supply and demand.
There's a demand and they supply the service.
Of course there must be many reasons people decide to become prostitutes, when you consider the negatives. Generally there is one motivation to make that decision 'money'. The ability to make money, sometimes considerable sometimes less lucrative, especially if a pimp or an agency is taking a percentage.
Sex workers are not protected in most countries by employment legislation either as a majority of countries do not condone or encourage prostitution.
Would legalising prostitution rectify the downside? Regular screening for STD's, proper contracts of employment etc.
Will society ever be totally accepting that prostitution happens.
By legalizing it would it stop 'people trafficking and exploration too.
I mean there are enough self employed plumbers, electricians, builders etc.
Some clients of prostitutes simply want sex as a transaction without the emotional ties. Have sex leave. None of the complication of a relationship. Also some clients a prostitute may be the only way they have sex at all, for a variety of reasons be that say a physical or a mental reason.
There are no clear cut answers it's a subject that can polarize opinion. I have no idea the readership of this blog but I do know that from the prostitutes point of view from discussions I've had for the most part it's just a job to them the same as being a mechanic or working in a supermarket, and their clients for the most part are simply a revenue stream, a meal ticket, that's all. A prostitute can not afford to get emotionally attatched to a client, sure there are 'Sugar Daddies' who have first dibs on there 'rent boys/girls' but even 'Sugar Daddies' tend to replace their wards after so long.
Is there a solution? I doubt. Not a quick fix, that will satisfy all the elements in the equation, all I know is for the foreseeable the 'oldest profession' will be around for a few more years, possibly forever.
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