She has beautiful, long, dark hair. Her Persian eyes, full lips and large breasts are designed by the nature Gods to tickle your fantasies. She's also a lawyer and can fill your ears with a great synopsis of Aristotle's Constitution.
"Mind the Gap!" I remembered the eloquent voice from the London underground, some 15 years ago. I would instinctively look down, and skip over it. It had been a fun trip to London, Camden Town and a worthy reunion with an old friend. It had also served as a romantic prelude to a marriage that would later fall through the gap.
Over the last couple of years or so I feel like I've been trapped inside a Salvador Dali painting.
I'm a 90's teen. I grew up with Scope, Playboy and Hustler magazines. They were basically the only way to porn. It took rummaging through recycling bins after school to find them and some imagination to actually create the moving pictures behind them.
I've been meaning to write again about an old, favourite topic of mine, "Sexuality" for some time now but kept wondering how to approach it. It's become pretty difficult to take any kind of middle stance on sensitive topics the last while. Notably it has become pretty difficult to balance out harnessing attention for the purpose of sharing and education while at the same time not tipping the scales into obscenity and depravity.
In light of the new Barbie movie, which I as yet haven't watched and will not critique, here is my personal brand of feminism:
"Don't rush me! But once you get there, don't stop!"
It's not because he's all aroused that he should remain aroused!
"What is a woman?" is a film documentary released by The Daily Wire's host, Matt Walsh back in 2022.
Today is Mother's Day and once again I'd forgotten about it until my daughters ran into the bedroom excited to show me their gifts.
We all know what job descriptions are. Personally I know them blindfolded in about 4 languages.😭
This was a game often played in High School back in the 90's. You had to choose if you wanted to tell the truth or do a dare. Both options were equally nerve wracking because both involved putting yourself at the mercy of an audience. These days it's a lot more about hide and seek. We`re not adolescents anymore: not my age group anyway.
We don't talk about it much these days. Because it isn't beautiful.
I've been listening a lot to various podcasters of the Daily Wire, more notably Matt Walsh's (#mattwalsh) monologues. His crisp, unapologetic and somewhat sociopathic conservatism grows on you. Of course I don't agree with several of his viewpoints...I'm a liberal after all. Or at least a "live and let live" kind of liberal. If you want to identify as a tree and marry a leaf, by all means go forth and do it! However, without the expectation of my affirmation. The whole principle of free will hinges on exactly that "free will".
That's more or less the translation of that T-shirt. I sifted through 10 years of photos to find the exact right pose that showed the entire text. In the process of that sifting, I realised how "me" I've stayed over the years. The same obsession with emotion and the mind, the same passion for capturing every tiny moment on film...the same reckless disregard for social rules...any rules in fact. The same pain over loss and the same small body tucked inside a large, private Wonderland.
He didn't mean specifically in that moment but rather globally. However, I often tend to take things very literally and very temporally at the same time. Here and now type of thing.