By Honey on May 4, 2009 in Sex | comments(22)
So recently in the comments on his blog, Hammer accused me of having something against casual sex, and this got me to thinking. I mean, I’ve certainly had plenty of it. I’ve never kept a list of previous partners because I think that’s creepy (like, psycho creepy, ewwwww), but suffice it to say we’re not talking single digits here (though not triple digits, either). So why do his posts engender an almost physical reaction of disgust, depression, and pity in me?
Well I guess in order to try and figure that out, we’re going to have to define casual sex. Continued
By Lance on Jul 25, 2008 in The Weekly | comments(12)
So I’ve been flirting with this 33-year-old hot MILF over IM and text lately. Things are going well and I think we’re gonna meet this weekend. I don’t know why, but I seem to have developed a fetish for older MILFy girls (she’s a few years older than me). Maybe because they’re more grounded, less self absorbed, not in a hurry to get married? This girl, Katie, also considers herself a high sex drive girl. She claims to need sex 6+ times per week or else she gets cranky (she’s currently single, so must be hating life) and she also claims to be a multiple-o girl. Like basically if you do anything to her, she’ll get off. We’ll see.
(Why hello, Mrs. Robinson.)
By Lance on Jul 1, 2008 in Field Report, Sex | comments(29)
Holy balls, on Friday I the best sex of my life. I debated writing this post because it’s simply too damned durty, but screw it there is some good stuff there. Plus, all of my blogging friends are getting laid–here, here, and here–so what the hell.
Obviously, you’ll want to watch this video first:
By Honey on Jun 23, 2008 in Relationships | comments(14)
To add to the discussion about what’s great about monogamy versus some of the other systems out there, my interest was peaked when I came across this article called “Let’s Chat About Cheating.” Author Steve Penner not only references the Sex and the City movie and TV series (one of the most accurate commentaries on relationships EVER), he gives his perspective on AshleyMadison.com, a “dating” site for people who are…um, married, and interested in having an affair(s). In fact, one of their slogans is, “Life is short. Have an affair.”
(His life’ll be short all right, when his wife sees that collar…) Continued
By Lance on Jun 9, 2008 in Dating | comments(14)
(photo credit MSNBC Media)
There was some interesting stuff in the media recently about Paul Janka, a dating coach living in New York City. He was interviewed on the Today Show by Meredith Vieira and Jennifer Schneider, a sex addiction doctor. As can be expected, the interview wasn’t really an interview…more like a chance to out Janka and sensationalize the fact that he’s slept with a lot of girls and that he’s created a system for making that happen. And that he’s totally honest about it (gasp!). You can watch the original Janka segment here. It’s interesting and well worth the eight minutes (Janka’s body language alone is worth the viewing). Janka doesn’t get rattled and he does a good job answering non-confrontationally, even though they ask ridiculous questions. Yeah, mainstream media at it’s finest again.
By Honey on Jun 6, 2008 in Dating | comments(17)
As Lance says here, the perfect date is indeed a blog-worthy subject. I’ve been on many first dates myself (in fact, that was practically all I used to go on) and while I have to agree with Dadshouse that most online daters aren’t terribly original when it comes to first dates, I thought I’d put in my two cents as part of my entry for his First-Date Contest.
I have to agree with Lance that what makes a first date stand out isn’t typically the venue, it’s something electrifying about the company that you’re with. However, it’s hard to be electrified if you don’t craft the scenario at least a little bit to your liking. The anticipation begins before the date. Obviously my best first date in theory was with the BF, since it led to our fantastic relationship. And there were good things and bad things about it–so here I’ll list the good things and the bad, thereby serving as an object lesson in what to do and what not to do, simultaneously. Continued