Wednesday, February 29, 2012

R.I.P. Buck Compton

A true American hero. Not just for WWII, but his time after.

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Quest Still Goes On

My quest for an acknowledged WLM still falters, but that doesn't mean she's against the idea. Of course, it doesn't mean she wants it either.

All I can say is that she's either not completely ready for it on her own terms, or she is just moving along on her own terms, in her own way, but not communicating that desire to me. I'm sure there are other alternatives too. Maybe she does want to do it, but has no idea how to do it. Maybe she doesn't know which way she wants, or which way to go. She's got the right to do what she wants with it, but I would much rather have specific information from her so we can move one way or the other.

Otherwise, I'm left with stealth submission, something that is not particularly satisfying, and potentially dangerous. At the core of all of this - I want her to be happy and if she doesn't want a WLM, or my submission, then I don't want to do it. I want what she wants - what will make her happy.

That may sound easy, but it is complicated. All I can go on is what she's told me on certain topics. When I've asked her in the past whether she has any fantasies, anything she truly loves to do, anything she doesn't like, or anything she wants to do, she says she's perfectly happy. Yes, that sounds great. People are not, however, always black and white. They may need to be pushed. They may need to be convinced. They may need to shown the way. She may be afraid, and secretly wishing inside that I assist her. I'm left with wondering whether I take her word for it, or try things to see how she reacts.

I don't want to do things for her that she is only accepting because she is, in reality, doing them for me! That may sound odd, but what if the only reason she lets me do her toes for her is because she knows I like it, not because she likes it! I'd rather that not be the case.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Mmmm - Martini

Been a long day. Brutal week. This makes me want a martini.

Well, and sex. But I'll start with the martini.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Love it

What do I love? I love the saggy breasts. I love that she's clearly in a home and it's not a porn shoot. I love the stretch marks. I love that smile on her face. I love that tousled hair. I love the fact that, from what I can see, I have the same strap-on. I love that she allowed the photo to be taken.

Here's the thing - this woman is sexy because of all of those things. Attitude, self-confidence, comfortable in her own skin.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Perpetual Re-Blog

Any nudity in a library is hot, so you'll get them when I see them.

This is from

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Modern Family Did it Again

I've mentioned the Modern Family TV show before, specifically as it had the cuckolding tinged episode.

Well, last night's episode included another little issue of a "cheating spouse", but but also some cross-dressing. For a very good description of the cross-dressing aspect, read "" Stana did a great summary and all I'd be doing is cutting and pasting hers if I tried to summarize it. (As Stana pointed out, you can watch the full episode here: Anyway, the "sister dressed me" scenario is a typical fantasy for many cross-dressers, and I'm sure having two sisters willing and wanting to dress him up hit home to many viewers. What was most refreshing was the acceptance by the parents upon returning home. It's one thing to be accepted by siblings, but all too often the child is shunned by the parents.

The other sub-plot was a cheating spouse. It wasn't really cuckolding like addressed before, but it did involve another person hitting on the guy's wife in front him. The husband and wife had a potential client for the husband's real estate business come over for dinner. During the dinner, there was a mention that the dining room table needed to be fixed, but the husband said he left his tools in his office. The wife felt during the dinner that the client was hitting on her, and upon leaving the house, the client kissed her on the lips. This did not bother the husband at all, instead he was focusing on whether the person would become a client.

The fact that the husband did not see and/or appreciate the kiss made the wife a little angry. The next day, the client came over to the wife's house, while the husband was away, to fix her dining room table. He had his shirt off. When the husband came home, he thought nothing of it, even though the client said "I just came over to give your wife the tool she needed." Again, this did not bother the husband in the least since the client said he would give the listing for the house to the husband. The wife was angry at the husband for not being mad that the client was hitting on her. Now, it wasn't like the wife wanted the guy to hit on her, or that she was enjoying his attentions, it was just bothersome to her that her husband was not upset.

The interesting part, though, was the end. They ultimately went to the client's house for dinner and there, it was clear that the guy was not hitting on the wife. The wife apologized to the husband, and then the wife visibly relaxed. At that point she realized he wasn't hitting on her and she began to enjoy his company. The client told a joke and the wife began laughing and it appeared now, to the husband, that she liked the guy. It was only then that the husband got angry, because he felt that the wife was "falling" for the other guy. It wasn't really that he felt she was falling for him, but he was jealous that she seemed to really enjoy this other guy.

I've actually never really understood why some men freak out if someone hits on their wife if the wife is not reciprocating. I know that back in my single days, there were several times when I out and started casually talking to a woman, only to have a boyfriend/husband show up and get all pissy at me, telling me she was taken etc. I guess I know why - they are insecure about the relationship, but still. Seems more disrespectful to the woman since you apparently don't trust her or her love.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Very True

Wish it were different, but it's not.