Getting wood again  

tekweezel 63M
17 posts
2/26/2006 5:31 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Getting wood again

Studio is getting a little empty. Most of my current little robonymphs have found homes and are ready to ship. It's time to start on new machines, so I am making my usual trek to the home improvement store in Bloomington today for supplies.

It is mostly when I start on a new set of these little monsters, and I'm thrashing around for inspiration, that I get a little in touch with how strange my vocation must be to some people. I wonder about the other people looking up and down the long, dim, tunnels of goodies, and wonder if a few of them aren't there to make a monster of their own. According to the profiles there are quite a few kinksters around here, and I have even heard from a few, although fleetingly.

I often wonder if I set up a gallery or store front, would people actually come in and look. There's nothing about my machines that would attract the pitiful raincoat crowd, and I'm not sure I'm upscale enough for the diamond dog collar crowd. Maybe the naughty house wife crowd? The "unique gift for the wife" cliche?

In a world of the politically correct it is hard to get opinions you can trust. There really isn't anywhere that people will see one of my creations unless they were looking for it, and if they were looking for it they can't really claim a lot of outrage, or delight for that matter, when they find it. To me these machines have become friendly creatures, but what would happen if I rented booth space at a street fair this spring? What would happen if I went to one of the local gallaries and said, "this is my art, and I'd like to talk about a show."

Would anybody come to that show? Would anybody stand around and sip the local vintage, and make brainy comments to their friends?

Would you be there?


1010011011 35M
28 posts
2/26/2006 7:03 am

First post I have read on your blog. Got me interested so had to read your profile to find out exactly what you were on about.

Very cool profession, and I love the title kinetic artist.

What I am mainly wondering is how exactly do ladies use your creation? What body part goes where?

And another question was, what kind of research did you have to do on female and male orgasms before designing them. Or was it just a matter of trying out different things and seeing what worked best.


tekweezel 63M
18 posts
2/26/2006 9:25 am

It's always trial and error and you aim for most people most of the time. The attachments are built with the machines and frequently vary. I have a relevant degree, but my research has been largely through people of courage and generous spirit who are nice enough to drop by and test the machines for me. There is nothing complicated about human sex organs, regardless of what we may try and make of them. It's a question of the right intensity of vibration coupled with the right friction, and an ability to self postion that allows the machines to work. Thanks for your inquiry.


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