June 27, 2021

Bits and Pieces I've learned in the past 24 hours

No monkeying around here (see the monkey in the background? It belongs to this dog.)

1. My interview is up at Eros Zine, and I love it!!! Thanks Abby.

2. Does it take balls to draw balls? There's an artist named Belle Wether (who wants to bet me that that's not her real name) who's taken the term "big balls" to a whole new level. I mean a larger universe of sorts. Whoever thought testicular art could be so, well..hmm..how do I describe (NSFW) this... I kind of look at it like I looked at the Jim Rose Circus. In complete amazement and wonder, yet a bit turned off and disgusted, on the verge of puking at times. Personally, I love balls but I don't think I need to see them up close like this. Especially the saggy ones. Reminds me of a time when I used to get hit with a nut sac. Not because I was a bad girl or anything, just because his nut sac happened to hang that low. I don't think I need to be reminded about it again. At least not at this magnitude. So big, and so well done, and still at times, so ugly. But such is art.

3. There's a website for kinky Jews in New York. You don't have to be a Jew to join, but I guess it's suggested. As are lots of other kinky things...But what exactly is kinky these days anyway?

4. Men who go to a workshop on pleasing their woman are often already very knowledgeable in the art of getting her off. They just like to check in every once in a while and some of them say that women don't communicate like guys do. This is true (generally) but I'm not sure why. For some reason, it's much easier for a guy to say what he wants than it is for a woman, and I have my ideas about it, but I guess it could be anything. I definitely think that since our genitals are more internal, so are we. Needless to say, men who attend workshops are often already better lovers then men who don't.

5. ID's Pleasure Lube contains the amino acid L-Arginine, which is supposed to enhance things sexually. In this case, it supposedly promotes additional blood flow to the regions itís used on..generally meaning the genitals. That's supposed to give you added pleasure. I don't buy it since I'm not a big fan of ID, but if anyone has tried it, let me know if it works. Now Pink, a really pretty and nice silicone lube, actually contains Vitamin E and aloe vera, and uses the highest grade silicone out there...which makes it the best kept secret in lube. And no, most silicone lubes won't stain the sheets once you wash them.

Posted by jamye at June 27, 2021 05:48 PM