Monday, October 21, 2013

I am Writing This as I Eat Pie (the food)

Imagine, for a moment, that I have invited you into my apartment.

It's a small area, but it's cozy. You may ask to use the restroom, of which I'm cool with because peeing happens to us all. During your time in the facility, you notice a bowl of internal and external condoms, as well as a witty sign indicating that you're welcome to take some for yourself. Will I notice? Nope. Still, you might not feel comfortable with the idea.

We decide to hang out in my bedroom, as my couch has been covered in clothing, books, stuffed animals, and tupperware containers. I'm happy you don't judge me :)

As you sit on my bed with me, watching Youtube videos and eating pie, you notice yet another bowl of condoms. Does she have a ton of sex? Perhaps. Is she some weird condom fairy, or does she have an obsession with keeping a ton of sexual prophylactics in her apartment? Certainly.



From condoms to sex toys, dental dams to bondage gear, I am willing to fill you in on the truth (and my opinions) on all things sexy, playful, and fun. Sex shouldn't be shameful, weird, uncomfortable, or kept a big secret. It should be enjoyed safely, happily, and consensually. Sure, you might not want to tell the whole world that you had sex (and you did it with your penis, vajay, etc.), but it's a difficult topic to ignore, especially when it's constantly witnessed in television and movies. Hell, even books! "50 Shades of Grey" was just an erotica book under a different genre title.

So sit back on my bed, relax (I'm in a relationship, so I'm not gonna fondle your willies), and let's talk about sex!

1 comment:

  1. I love that you're doing this. If I had any sex questions I would certainly feel comfortable talking with you about them :)

    -Scarlet

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