Fear No Penis...at Burning Man  

bipolybabe 56F
10715 posts
9/3/2006 4:52 pm

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Fear No Penis...at Burning Man

Just left Black Rock City, NV, the location out in the middle of the desert where I attended two days of the week-long annual art/alternative culture event, Burning Man.

I confess I am a camping wimp, but I love performance art, freaks, hippies and pervs. And Art Cars. I dig Art Cars.

So, two days of the heat, blowing sand off the ancient lakebed, no showers and stinky Porta-Potties was all I could handle for the parts I liked (above).

But, Dude, Burning Man's an event you gotta see to believe. It's worth going at least once in one's lifetime. I'll be back again.

I've got an idea for my own Theme Camp for next year that involves measuring and correlating the difference between penis size for: 1) fully nude males 2) "shirt-cockers," the dudes who wear a shirt and backpack and nothing below 3) dudes who keep it covered AND 4) non-erect size 5) erect size.

Did just a little pre-testing of my hypothesis in broad daylight at 2 p.m. out on the street named "Eager" and "8:30." (Yeah, the Burning Man 2006 theme was "The Future: Hopes and Fears" so the streets were named, Anxiety, Bravery, Chance, Destiny and Eager, and since they're in a circle around "The Man," a stick figured who burned last night, the cross streets are named for hours on the clock.) The guy and I decided we hadn't risked enough, so we put on a show. He got off with my hand. I didn't, but the cum did help to lube my legs which were quite dry from the desert air.

More nude photos of my tits on vacation to come.

Gotta hit the road. This was just a quick check-in 'cuz I missed y'all.

Oh, and this photo of the back of an Art Car says, "Fear No Penis. Want Some? So Good! Tastes Like Chicken."

Are there times when you decided to push your own envelope 'cuz you just hadn't risked enough? And, if not, why not?

(c) 2006 AskAphrodite aka BiPolyBabe


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rm_saintlianna 46F
15466 posts
9/3/2006 5:30 pm

Fear No Penis

Yes, I have pushed it but I need to do it more often.


bipolybabe replies on 9/4/2006 8:59 pm:
Well, whatcha waitin' for?

Get pushin' (your envelope, that is).

BPB

angelofmercy5 60F
17881 posts
9/3/2006 9:57 pm

Since you're already camping.......why don't you come on over and join us at LAST CAMPFIRE OF THE SUMMER And be sure to at least say "hi" so we know that you're there!


bipolybabe replies on 9/4/2006 9:01 pm:
I'm there. I dream of being a marshmallow in a S'More. And then give me S'More.

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TheRealThing655 49F
9558 posts
9/3/2006 10:37 pm

Oh yes, I've done some things in the last couple of years I would have never imagined myself doing...because I was curious so why not? My things might be different from yours but still it was pushing the envelope for me...and I have no regrets at all!
Glad you are having fun!


bipolybabe replies on 9/4/2006 9:03 pm:
Glad you've got no regets.

Most of us regret some things, particularly when we behave in ways that others find immature and insecure. But, then we realize that others may not have the whole story. Because the whole story has not been told. And the whole story is sort of a "Rashomon" thing where "truth" comes from many different perspectives. And they are all true.

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rm_FreeLove999 47F
16127 posts
9/4/2006 12:53 am

it's been a while since i pushed the envelope ...



[blog freelove999]


bipolybabe replies on 9/4/2006 9:03 pm:
Hey, baby, your life, from my perspective, pushes the envelope.

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wickedeasy 68F  
30897 posts
9/4/2006 6:24 am

i push some envelopes
others i just toss

when it's an "issue" i fight
when it isn't, well sometimes i fight just so they think they won something

You cannot conceive the many without the one.


bipolybabe replies on 9/4/2006 9:05 pm:
Tossing the bad envelopes. That's a good, fresh metaphor. What does "pushing the envelope" mean anyway?

BPB

rm_dirtyltlslut 47M/41F

9/4/2006 6:53 am

I'm sooo jealous. We want to check out burning man, and sex on a street too! We don't get to do fun things like that, it's the kids you know. We did go on a really long walk to find a cave. Walked for about 8 hours, never found the cave but had a great time and the kids all slept great. Congratulations on having a great time.
Matt


bipolybabe replies on 9/4/2006 9:06 pm:
Sex on a street. Pfft. Any time, any day at Burning Man. Now, an eight-hour hike, there ya got somethin'.

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freebreeze_0 65M
40 posts
9/4/2006 9:47 am

    Quoting rm_flyboy69a:
    While you were playing in the desert, I went last night to see the movie Wicker Man with my wife. In our opinion, it sucked (YMMV). There's relevance here, but I won't say any more in case anyone intends to see movie. Hahahahaha.

    Can't wait to hear more.

    Cheers,
    FB
My wife and I and our daughter also saw The Wicker Man. You bet it sucked, and the production was sloppy to boot. Like Nicolas Cage is rescued from a flooded catacomb, he crawls out soaking wet, he starts walking away, and he is completely dry. But yes I thought of Burning Man. It was sooo bad, it looked it up on the internet. It was previously done as a movie int 1973. The leading actor was Edward Woodward, Nicolas Cages name was Edward, the little girl in the current movie was Rowan Woodward


bipolybabe replies on 9/4/2006 9:07 pm:
Yeah, it sounds like a movie I can wait for the video. Umm, DVD.

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freebreeze_0 65M
40 posts
9/4/2006 9:50 am

But to the question a hand. Yes I tend to be a breakthru person. When I do something out there I go full bore. Otherwise it is often boring...I first heard of Burning Man, it must of been 15 years ago. There was a morning radio guy here in the Bay Area, Alex Bennett. He would go and talk about it. Wish I had gone then when it was smaller. He was the last radio guy I listen to on morning radio. He was smart, and showed it on his show.


bipolybabe replies on 9/4/2006 9:07 pm:
WEll, whatchu waitin' for? Get your groove on, dude. Burning Man is an event one needs to attend at least once.

BPB

spacecadet561 61M

9/4/2006 10:01 am

My envelope is rather tightly constrained by many things.

I'm sorry you didn't "get off" on your little adventure, but hope that the guy was duly appreciative.

SpaceCadetรน


bipolybabe replies on 9/4/2006 9:08 pm:
He smiled. Warmly. His girlfriend pouted.

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LTsGirl915 35F

9/4/2006 4:05 pm

The email never came through... send it again?? I would love to chat!!


bipolybabe replies on 9/4/2006 9:08 pm:
Gonna call those fuckers now to find out why my emails won't go.

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rm_mylovethang 43M

9/4/2006 8:08 pm

My friend invited to the Burning Man, but couldn't make it because of work! Next Year, you can size up my cock or maybe before! LOL! I'll talk with you later!


bipolybabe replies on 9/4/2006 9:10 pm:
But the interesting thing is... will you be among the totally nude, the shirt cockers or the dudes who keep it under wraps?

I saw A LOT of two inch non-erect dicks. Ooh, here's a thought. Maybe the environment causes shrivellage. Another new variable I need to test.

Hope to see you there!

BPB

NakedLnch 49M

9/4/2006 8:26 pm

I actually try to push my envelope all the time. In fact, even signing on to this site and being so honest in my profile was pushing a personal envelope.

I went to a sex club and ended up in a threesome using the very same rationale. I just wasn't pushing hard enough. I later pushed (and pulled for that matter) VERY hard.


meerkittykat 43F

9/4/2006 8:41 pm

The best way for me to have an envelope pushed is for the one I trust the most to simply spring an idea on me. If I get time to think, I over-analyze and take any sort of spontaneous pleasure from it. I am not planfully flexible.

That said, everytime she has "sprung" something on me, I have loved every second and thus my lines in the sand are redrawn.

I can push other's envelopes, but I can't for myself without someone else motivating me. There's a therapy bill in there somewhere.


bipolybabe replies on 9/7/2006 12:22 pm:
hmmm...it's interesting the people who are spontaneous and those who like to be prepared for what's next.

Must be a good poll topic in there somewhere...

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nightis 54M

9/7/2006 9:28 am

I am in a constant state of pushing the envelope! Anything less, wouldn't be living in my mind. I am finding that there are people depending on me to "push" them. Is it needed? That is another question!

Sometimes, that kind of pressure gets old!


bipolybabe replies on 9/7/2006 12:23 pm:
No pushing required here. Sometimes, in fact, I think I need to rein myself in a bit more

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VenusDiaries 63M
867 posts
9/8/2006 5:45 pm

Wonderful to hear that you had a good time. I met Larry Harvey in Atlanta when he came to the Atlanta College of Art to discuss burning man. It is not just for 20 somethings because he is approaching 60 something. Wonderful that you had a pleasant experience. I might like to work in your dude house.


FitAndFun321 56M
6050 posts
10/13/2006 2:42 pm

Another idea for next year's theme camp:

Free pre-measurement application of SPF 60


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