Beginnings of a voyeur's adventure  

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9/18/2005 10:10 am

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Beginnings of a voyeur's adventure


So this is where I begin the adventure that is the rest of my life... I'd originally opened this account a few months ago, during the initial phases of the breakup of my marriage.

I'd found myself wanting more out of my relationship, and tried what I could to build that to something better, but came back wanting more. I'd originally wanted to explore a few things here, to add a smidge of spice to my sex life while keeping the physical "wife-only"...

Now, I'm leaning more towards being a full-blown sex machine. =D Ok, forgive me. I'm realizing that "life is short, play hard" isn't just a keen advertising slogan. There's actually something behind the words. Life IS short. I'm more keenly aware of that with each passing day.

And so I chose to live my life, to enjoy my life, and to be open about doing so. My title had been leaning towards voyeurism, but I honestly don't believe that I'll be into screwing on the beach in front of an audience. Public affection doesn't go well with the discretion that is, for the moment, oh so necessary.

Not to hide what I'm doing, mind you- but for now, to protect those others in my life...

Openness, honesty... things I'd believed in very deeply all my life. I still do. I'm simply learning that, despite my beliefs, there is a time and a place for openness, and a time and place for honesty. My marriage is one of them- believe it or not. Here on this blog is another- I have a modicum of anonymity in my writing here.

With this first post, and subsequent posts, I intend to explore a side of me I'd buried within, hid from the world- the tiger within, the one that takes life by the balls and runs like hell. The one that drinks of the cup of loving, of compassion, of sensuality, of sexuality uninhibited by the traditional paradigms of society...

To end this on a humorous note... picture the scene in "Forrest Gump", where Forrest is making his speech on his opinions about the war in Vietnam, drowned out by the crowd, unplugged by a political pundit... and the mike comes back on with...

"And that's all I've got to say about tha-at"...

Alan

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