An interesting article I stumbled across sometime back and thought worth sharing in the future. That moment is now 😊
“Dear rope people,
The takate kote is not the only way to tie someone up. There are plenty of other ways to tie someone up. You don’t have to put the arms behind the back. In fact, you don’t …”
Source: Open letter to rope people
I was watching an episode of The Walking Dead on the train while on my way into work.
The main character Rick gave his son a single piece of advice and it’s a good one.
“Don’t talk, just listen, it’s a rule for life.”
Continue reading “Don’t talk, just listen.”
I’m sure I’m not alone in my experience of slow moving people on public transport systems and in my specific case London underground.
In the past the cause has more often than not been age or physical disability, which are both understandable and obesity which is unfortunately a fact of modern life for many people often due to circumstance.
Continue reading “Phombies”
I read the following blog post a while back and mad a mental note to repost it at a suitable time I’m the future.
Does size really matter?
“BDS or Big Dick Syndrome. Have you met anyone that suffers from it? It seems age related to me, mostly young men suffer from it. Likely age will cure it. Hopefully age will cure it Ha!”
Source: BDS and no, I did not forget the M
Here’s a very interesting and search question for those within the poly community.
Is it possible to actually be poly and find that elusive happily ever after feeling?
If we first start by throwing out the widely accepted starvation economy model regarding love, we may all stand a chance I guess.
Continue reading “Happily ever after and poly”
This is my first poly post for 2018 and I’m really not sure what to write about on this dark, cold and wet morning.
I’m on the train on my way down to London for the week and awaiting the arrival of my breakfast (eggs benedict). I didn’t travel down on Monday due to a threatened strike by the rail union. I suspect the unions and rail companies could do with some lessons in communication based upon what I’ve read about the dispute.
Continue reading “First poly post of 2018”
I book marked this piece for a repost many months ago. It struck a deep cord with me, take a look and see what you think…
I would like to make something very clear. Polyamory was not the direct cause of the dissolution of my marriage. It was an indirect cause. It ignited a fire in a relationship that was already fract…
Source: In defense of polyamory
- I deserve love.
- My body is sexy just the way it is.
- I ask for whatever I want and say no to whatever I don’t.
- I turn difficulties into opportunities for growth.
- Each new connection expands me.
- I contain all I need for a life of delight.
- Sex is a beautiful expression of my loving nature.
- I am on my personal path to ecstasy.
Above all, remember it’s about Love, Honesty and Communication.
Life has been somewhat busy for the last few months, I’ve completed a large complex two year project for my last client and moved on to a new client this week.
I’ve been staying with my girlfriends family during the week for the last three months and they’ve been wonderful and accepting, but I have missed my own space. That’s why I’m really happy about just moving into a new flat, which has been a bit of an additional challenge while changing jobs.
Continue reading “Back to work again…”
I was driving into work yesterday morning and i noticed a bumper stick on the car in front as a we queued for the next roundabout.
I made a note to share it before the end of the week.
“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass…It’s about learning to dance in the rain.”
Sometime we all need to learn a new dance style to progress with our lives.