Tuesday, November 30, 2010


All I have to say about that is: I have given out pics in my day, but no one can ever make me feel ashamed for anything I have posted or sent anywhere, ever.

I have wasted way too much time being ashamed of my body, hating myself, being caught up in one eating disorder after another after another. I still struggle with exercise bulimia to this day.

But I am just too old to be that neurotic anymore. I don't get caught up in the "weight loss competitions" and I really, really, REALLY do my best not to make fun of anybody's weight. I do my best to be a good role model for my daughter, because the last thing I want is for her to grow up with the same neurosis that my own brain was wrapped around.

I don't have a problem posting anything you would not see in a Victoria Secret magazine (not that I'll be doing that for much longer), but I have only ever sent pictures to those I made sure knew not to show to anybody else, and I have given a special "web cam show" to four people in my life.

The thing about me is that I like to experiment. I have always liked to experiment.

The older I get, the more of an exhibitionist I have become.

The older I get, the more exciting it becomes to walk the line.

I can't help it. It is who I am now.

No one has ever been able to make me feel ashamed about who I was when it comes to my sex life, and no one ever will.

But I make it clear that my material is for adults only. I do my best to keep the kids away from what I write, because it isn't for them.

But I do not believe in the whole "abstinence only" way of teaching, by any means, because obviously, it is not working.


  1. There is nothing wrong with sexting. It's a little gift that every once in a while enters my life via cell phone. those under 18 should not sext though as it can and has landed folks in prison. Teaching responsibility is the right choice but, and this is a big but, how can most of today's society teach others to be responsible when they themselves show no knowledge of what the hell that is.

  2. Kids are going to be curious about sex and make their own minds up, but the parents should always be open with their kid enough to make sure they know they can talk to their parents about anything: that's what they are there for.