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Mon
15
Dec

#WLAMF no. 28: The Erotic Heritage Museum

Source Website: Franklin Veaux's Journal

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Should you ever find yourself in Las Vegas, I suggest... Well, to be honest, I suggest you don't find yourself in Las Vegas. It's a sad, desperate place, filled with people trying much too hard to convince themselves that this thing they're having is indeed fun, and not some other thing, like not-fun (which, I must say, is more often the case). And they don't much cotton to guys wearing bunny ears there.

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Mon
15
Dec

#WLAMF no. 22: Accidental and Unintended

Source Website: Franklin Veaux's Journal

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I had, many years ago, a friend who tended to cheat on her partners.

When I say she tended to cheat on her partners, what I mean is that she cheated on every boyfriend she'd ever had up to the point I lost touch with her, without exception. I asked her about it one rainy evening, and she said she didn't set out to cheat; when it happened, it was accidental.

That's an idea I've heard echoed countless times in countless conversations when I talk to people who've been unfaithful. "It was an accident. I didn't mean to do it."

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Mon
15
Dec

#WLAMF no. 19: Kinky sex

Source Website: Franklin Veaux's Journal

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A while back, I was participating in a conversation about sex, and the subject of kink came up. A guy was saying his girlfriend had approached him with the idea of some sort of non-specific kink, and he was reluctant to engage in it for fear that “nice guys” don’t do that sort of thing with their partners. What, he wondered, would it be like if the sexes were reversed? A guy who asked his girlfriend for kinky sex was clearly not a nice guy; nice guys would never do such a thing! So why should it be okay for a woman to ask her boyfriend for kink?

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Mon
15
Dec

#WLAMF no. 10: Sex toy review: Tenga 3D

Source Website: Franklin Veaux's Journal

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It came to pass a while ago that I had some Amazon store credit built up, and I told Eve about it. She went looking through the less respectable corners of the Amazon virtual storefront, whereupon she came across the Tenga 3D Sleeve Spiral for Male Masturbation and said "hey, you should totally get this!"

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Wed
10
Dec

My Price Of Admission

Source Website: The Journal Of The InnKeeper

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Someone asked me the following question, and this was my off-the-cuff answer:

What is your "price of admission" in a romantic relationship? Something that could be considered a flaw or a drawback, but that someone has to deal with to be in a relationship with you.

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Thu
20
Nov

Elust 64!

Source Website: Literary Wench

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 Photo courtesy of Cheeky Minx Welcome to Elust #64 -The only place where the smartest and hottest sex bloggers are featured under one roof every month. Whether you're looking for sex journalism, erotic writing, relationship advice or kinky discussions it'll be here at Elust. Want to be included in Elust #65?

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Literary Wench
Fri
31
Oct

Lexicon – A Swinging, Polyamory, and Non-Monogamy Vocabulary List

Source Website: Life on the Swingset

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Cooper here for all your Lexicon needs. The first day Life on the Swingset was live I thought “We should have a lexicon.” Having one place where people could check for all the lingo would make things so much easier for our readers. Not to mention the SEO riches indeed! Because glossaries, lexicons, these are big things, right? But I promptly forgot about it. And now almost five years later, here we are.

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Cooper
Mon
29
Sep

On being a feminist and a dirty little slut

Source Website: Literary Wench

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In my daily life, I am an out and proud feminist who marches in the SlutWalk and speaks out against inequality on a regular basis. As a student and academic, I study rape culture and rail against the systems of oppression that exist in every single country. I am an equal partner in my primary relationship in every way, and I push hard against any person or situation that seeks to place me in an inferior position because I am female.

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