This week’s TMI Tuesday was inspired by Friday Fill-ins
Fill in the blanks.
1. My favorite month is October because autumn, pumpkin everything (yea, I’m that girl), it starts getting cold but it is a crisp kind of cold (the perfect kind of cold), Halloween, fashion.
2. You came in like a fresh breeze.
3. I love a good secret–unless it’s being kept from me.
4. Fresh watermelon is what I like to have as a treat for breakfast but your waiting mouth is what I want for dessert.
5. The hobby I enjoy most is sex. Is that a hobby? No, but seriously.
6. Dorothy has an orgy, oh my!
7. I understand what a danger you are to my sanity. Does it make me insane that I don’t care?
8. Your Private thoughts consume me. I want to know what you’re thinking when you’re inside of my body. I want to know the way it tastes, the way it feels, the way your heart races and you lose your mind. I want to feel your control slip away.
Bonus: What is it? Explain how you would use it.
It looked like something to do with menstruation or virginity to me. Reverse google image search says that it’s a tool for faking your virginity. It is helpful in places where the Virginity myth/fetish is still prevalent. The need for it is sad. And though I don’t necessarily “get” the physical practicality of being with a virgin girl, I sort of understand the mental fetishization, the reinforcement of the archetypal male and female characterizations. Someone with a fetish for gender normative bias probably really benefits from this sort of thing.
That’s not a criticism, if you don’t read me often, you probably wouldn’t guess, but I’ve got a STRONG gender normative bias for my sex partners. I love, love, love a “manly man” that makes me feel like a “girly girl.” And I love hot, feminine women.
I have no problem with people who don’t self-identify as gender normative. I love them all for who they are, but my sexual buttons are pushed by male and female archetypes.
Wow. That got off topic quick, huh?
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Happy TMI Tuesday!