I’d rather teen girls reading nothing but terribly written fanfics about their favorite OTPs that express healthy and...
Sudden influx of porn blogs following me.
Whenever this happens I always feel like there’ll be disappointment coming when I go on a fashion/retro posting binge. Heh.
It’s always good to see the notes/feedback on my work so thank you for those of you who have left it or sent me notes of appreciation or constructive criticism or liked/reblogged my work. <3 I do this primarily as a hobby for myself so the fact that others like it too is amazing, (or don’t as the case may be.)
Part 3 will be up later tonight I should think. The fiction page is updated now, too, after a 6 month hiatus. I’m really going to try and keep up with that in the future! :)
In the mean time you can send your thoughts, general questions and anons to me here if so inclined.
I’d rather teen girls reading nothing but terribly written fanfics about their favorite OTPs that express healthy and emotionally-sound romantic relationships than “great literature” that teaches them they are prizes to be won or creatures to be controlled or destroyed.
This though! Also, a lot of the “classics” put kids off so many of the thousands of amazing stories that have been written since. Kids think all reading is full of un-relatable people in dry surroundings and give up with books and reading completely. Life is too short for book snobbery and reading books you don’t enjoy because you feel you should. Books have always been wonderful friends to me because they were escapism from the every day. So, if teens want to escape into an AU then, hell yes. Go and do it. If you spend any amount of time with literature at all then you know that many of the supposed classics are really fanfic of something else and that there’s no such thing as a completely novel story. If people are reading then that’s great.
This is rather unlike most of the other Sven and Mimi I’ve posted because so much of this story is about the everyday aspects of their dynamic. A relationship isn’t just sex but sex can be so much more than just fucking. It’s what is said and what is left unsaid that so often makes our relationships what they are and I wanted to show that here, a whole week before Sweat In The Dirt takes place. Still NSFW. Enjoy.
EDIT:There’s going to be a sequel to this & Sweat In the Dirt up later this week.
No problem. There’s no shame in normal bodily functions and I can understand how you feel. Thank you, too for taking the time to ask and educate yourself. Many men don’t. It’s only natural to be curious about experiences that are not your own. :)
Hey. Thank you for your question. I don’t mind answering at all because I think it’s important we normalise this very normal aspect of women’s lives. Personally, I prefer to use pads because I had toxic shock syndrome when I was 18 and it was the single worst illness I have ever had. Also, I don’t use tampons because I experience vaginal dryness because tampons soak up all moisture not just blood. It’s the worst thing - like getting a wedgie and sand in your eyes all at once except it’s your hoo-ha. Ugh. I think that the general tiredness that comes from periods would be something that men would do well to experience. Also, the physical act of bleeding and uterine membrane coming from one’s orifices and having to deal with the logistics of that over several days. I think then men would be much more sympathetic to what a pain in the arse periods can be if they had to go to the toilet every hour-four hours do have to deal with that.
So far today, I have been eating icing from the tub and catching up on all of the TV I’ve missed over the past week. I have not been writing like I promised, mainly because I’m procrastinating on how I want this prequel to be female pleasure focused.
Time to fix this.
Got told today that my fears about the recession and finding a long term, stable job as a twenty-something were “bullshit” by - wait for it, because this is a kicker - someone who used to work in corporate finance no less. I didn’t know if I should laugh or cry or headbutt him in the face.
Doesn’t that just say it all?