Monthly Archives: June 2012

Another Way to Explore the Senses

This post gets graphic. You have been warned. As a writer, there are a lot of activities that are necessary to explore what it’s like to exist inside a soft and squishy human body, to access the vivid sensations that … Continue reading

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Three quotes, one music video, and two unanswered questions

Ladies and gentleman, start your engines. I present for your examination three quotes. The first comes from Fear of Flying, by Erica Jong, high priestess of observation, who wrote: “Besides, the older you got, the clearer it became that men … Continue reading

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Kerry Cohen’s Loose Girl: Part 2

SM: Loose Girl is a necessary book because it addresses a side of female sexuality that I have hardly heard talked about so honestly, and definitely not this fairly to the guy’s side. In my own search for ways to … Continue reading

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Kerry Cohen’s Loose Girl: Part 1

I have decided to break this post up into two parts. The first will be where I explain a bit about my experience in order to explain why this book and the author mattered so much to me. It took me … Continue reading

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