Ewwww! You write on a porn site!  

warmandsexy52 66M
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8/4/2006 1:07 am

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Ewwww! You write on a porn site!

I am open about the fact that I blog. I like writing online and I enjoy the interaction with other bloggers. What I do like especially is the break away from the authorship thing ‒ i.e. the authority of being the writer being read by a “readership” into a form of literature which is so much more open. If you are my reader then I most certainly am yours. I have no greater monopoly of wisdom than you do. I’m even not so fussed about numbers. Hell, I have enough trouble keeping up with everyone as it is. What really matters is who visits, and I guess as in your case there are some very special “who’s” ……..

But back to the point ‒ I do so like blogging. I could go on all day about it. Other people, I tell them initially that I write as a hobby.

“I hear you are interested in writing?”
“Yes. I try and do a little bit of writing every day. Keep my hand in, you know. See what other people think.”
“What sort of people see your writing then?”
“Well, all sorts actually.”
“Do you have any you can show me?”
“Well, er, no. It’s not like that.”
“What do you mean?”
“I’m a blogger.”
“A what?”
“A blogger. I write on the internet. It’s called blogging. My online journal is called a blog.”
“Hmmmm! I see. And what sort of things do you write about in this blog?”
“I write poetry, and commentaries, and humour and stuff.”
“Can I read any of it?”

And at that point I always say, “It’s kind of personal. I write under a nom de plume. I like the anonymity,” and they back off. I have two close friends who know I write adult material in my blog, but even they don’t know exactly where. Because I simply can’t bring myself to make the next step. I know it’s wise to be discreet as regards the work I do, but it’s more than that.

But I imagine that my reply to someone is, “Er, okay.”
“Where can I find it?”
“Well there’s a site called AdultFriendFinder. Check it out.”

Twenty four hours later.

“You didn’t say it was a porn site.”
“It isn’t a porn site.”
“It’s like an online contact magazine. It’s really tacky. I mean there are people displaying their private parts and stuff.”
“I don’t see it like that.”
“What do you mean you don’t see it like that?”
“Well those who blog are different.”
“Why?”
“Because they’re mostly here to write.”

And I’ve just got that horrible feeling that there is no way I’m going to be able to properly articulate what I’m doing. Now don’t get me wrong I’m not ashamed of being a blogger here. Anything but. And I’m really pleased to meet and befriend so many wonderful people here, and continue to do so. And I love reading and writing about sex, and the freedom of being able to do so without any sense of hangup. That’s not to say that I expect all the posts to be sexual ‒ anything but ‒ but the freedom to be able to enter the domain of sexuality and leave it at will is something special.

I’ve got the feeling that the problem is, as I wrote a comment on [blog MzHunyhole]’s blog, when she experienced this as a real problem ‒ see [post 439093] to which part of my comment was:

“What we see from within and others see from without are totally different. We apply completely different rules. Within we often fail to see the outside view because we are so comfortable with where we are, what we're doing and who we're doing it with. You know I am a paraglider pilot and I launch off hills, mountains and cliffs. Before we launch we pg pilots hang about and chat and joke and think nothing of the frightening awesomeness others see. To us flying like birdies and landing on our feet is normal ......... it is, isn't it?

So it is here. What we are doing is so new, so different, so radical that it can blow some people away. But we bloggers hang about and chat and joke and think nothing of the frightening awesomeness others see. To us revealing our feelings, our sexuality is normal ......... it is, isn't it?”


So I do think that we are doing something that is very new. This is forum blogging ‒ we are the writers and the readers all in one. This is sex blogging. We are openly exploring our sex lives, our sexuality, our sexual creativity in a literary environment that is free. I guess in the same way as my fellow free-flyers and I see nothing special about launching ourselves into the void ‒ mundane at times in fact, so we a.f.f. bloggers see nothing wrong about this either. We’re inside to this. We’re not constrained by wider social mores. We’re totally unfazed (after a while for sure) by countless pics of cocks and cunts and tits and asses. We’re probably as matter of fact about such things as doctors and nurses (fancy playing? Lol). And this new way of writing is adventurous and exciting, and most of all fun.

The trouble is that we are about ten to twenty years ahead of the times, and the rest of the world hasn’t caught up. Some wrapped in all that religious gobbledygook of one sort and another never will. It’s similar in some ways to the sexual revolution of the sixties. How did we children of that era explain it to our parents’ generation? Truth is we couldn’t for the most part, but that didn’t stop us from making those profound social and sexual changes in the things that we did.

How do I explain my A.F.F. blogging? Truth is I can’t. I don’t know how, without all sorts of preconceptions and misunderstandings arising ‒ about this site, about what I’m writing, about my motivation and so on.

So if anyone has got a neat way of saying to someone who isn't an A.F.F. member, “Yes I blog on AdultFriendFinder and it’s a great thing to do,” and get a positive and encouraging response, I’d be really interested to know.

Maybe, after all, it is just my English sense of reserve.....

But then again...




florallei 100F

8/8/2006 7:22 am

Hello Warm

My profile nickname is something I gave a little bit of thought. I am a tropical girl at heart...I love flowers with scents especially those found in the islands of Hawaii like the Plumeria, Gardenia, Orchids and so on. The floral of course meaning flowers and the lei is a sort of welcome or hello making one approachable for friendship and perhaps more.
hugs,
flo


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/9/2006 9:16 am:
I love why you call yourself florallei. So much prettier than my rampant imaginings! Thank you for enlightening me.

warm xx

bustybettyboop 51F  
59326 posts
8/8/2006 4:30 am

i love my blog! i just love talking on here. everyones so cool but i have only told a few close friends i do it. i don't think alot of people would understand..or maybe i just think they wouldn't.

..just join me on my blog bustybettyboop and still looking for some hot,sexy,creative contestants for my next contest...come join us! need a blog mentor or want to be one?


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/9/2006 8:50 am:
Thank you for visiting my blog. I agree. My guess is a lot of people would not understand.

warm xx

ArtisticTwist75 42F
2505 posts
8/7/2006 9:16 pm

I just keep it quiet. People don't understand. I don't try to make them. I just don't share. Great Post.

Artistic


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/9/2006 7:59 am:
Artistic, don't you think in many ways Blogland is like a shared personal space? And maybe the club-like exclusiveness adds to that.

warm xx

sunshinekzn 59F

8/6/2006 11:52 am

I love being able to write my blogs on AdultFriendFinder. I do have a blog but it is restricted. If I write any adult content I get warnings. You very seldom get comments. On AdultFriendFinder you get to know other people, share our hurts our loves and just have plain fun. I know my friends and kids will be horrified to see my blogs.... But I would have loved it if they were open minded and could read it and see my inner thoughts and feelings! Love your blogs!


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/9/2006 6:01 am:
Perhaps it is just as well then that we do write adult content within a defined "adult zone" as A.F.F. is, through its membership. I do hold strongly that children do need protecting from adult material and as adults we have a responsibility for doing so. One of the big contradictions is that the wider world abuses this through sexual content in teen magazines, sexual content in music and other media that is targetted at the young and sexualisation through fashion and mass marketed fads and trends. However, as far as we can protect innocence, arguably one of the most precious things in a young person's life, we should, and "containing" sexually explicit material in areas accessible only to adults is therefore inevitable.

I love your blogs too.

warm xx

moonlightphoenix 46F
6508 posts
8/6/2006 8:49 am

For a while, I was double blogging....I kept one on a "regular" blog site (that never got viewed, let alone comments). I would cut n past a lot of my pieces from here to there (when I was doing prose and poetry). I got so excited about what I was writing, I composed a nice email announcing my "regular" blog site and sent it to friends and family, compeltely forgetting how sexually explicit a lot of my material is!!! I then panicked, sent another email, warning everyone (aunts, uncles, sisters...my DAD) them it was mostly about my sex life and that it was explicit, then had a friend an hour later that I was lamenting to, remind me I can just go in and EDIT the blog (DUH!!). CRAP. I could have saved myself all that stress and not outed myself to my family....lol.

Sometimes I forget how "unfree" most people are in the rest of their lives. I, personally don't hide much about my life from anyone. Either they'll accept it, and me, or they won't. C'est la vie.

GREAT post!!!


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/8/2006 7:43 pm:
Thank you moonlight. I am interested by your comments about your "regular" blog, and I guess if we all want our two cents worth we find ourselves in a cybercrowd, which has its own isolation. I had thought of creating one, but drifted here instead and am possibly hooked by not just simply writing posts, but interacting with others on the friendly site. I think the comments and responses are every bit as important as writing the posts themselves.

I feel very comfortable, and have increasingly done so the longer I've been here, with the sexual explicitness of not only the site, but many of the blogs in particular. It has a normality about it, because we can write, if we so choose, about almost anything.

And maybe "outing" yourself to your family has made you firmer in your convictions and individuality ...... even though this wasn't the planned intention.

warm xx

try_ME45 59F

8/5/2006 12:43 pm

This is a great post and so true. I love blogging on the site and being able to write whatever I choose and know that I won't shock anyone. The people that I know outside AdultFriendFinder just wouldn't get it at all and would be distracted by the fact that its a "sex site". Funny thing is, I KNOW its a sex site, but when I'm blogging I forget that side of it.

Dating sites were a bit taboo some years ago but totally acceptable now. Maybe in a while we'll be able to admit that we blog on AdultFriendFinder without wondering how it will be taken!


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/8/2006 10:06 am:
My guess is that is definitely a possibility. Internet dating is no longer seen as unusual, people do form relationships online and attitudes to sex are shifting, especially since the media are aware that there is big money in sexual material on the TV, in magazines etc.

There is something exciting about "being there" first, but by definition it means that at this point in time there are many who need to even begin the journey, let alone arrive after us.

For my part I simply forget while here that this is a sex site ....... just a site where we can be very open about our sexual selves.

warm xx

warmandsexy52 replies on 8/9/2006 5:48 am:
Thank you for the link to passion247000's post [post 458936], which I would have never come across had I not visited your post [post 460363]. I am amazed. So much so I have just written Be prepared to be amazed. {=}

warm xx

florallei 100F

8/5/2006 12:41 pm

Hi,

I can relate to this post and thank you for your thoughts.
I had lunch with a GF last thursday and our topic went into internet dating sites and how she frowns on it.
I said to her that is quite understandable then I said to her that I was surprised at the success stories of on line dating and I have had the priviledged of helping plan weddings for clients who met thru these sites.
Make it condensed version...she now keeps an open mind...
We need to tell them that it is people just like them who are in these sites and perhaps for a small number who are psychos and weirdos. It is no different than the outside world.
Now that I have whet her appetite I will tell her next that I am a member. Then next will be I am blogging....Step by step so they don't get shocked.


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/8/2006 2:59 am:
Now you've got me really intrigued about your handle. The lorallei were water nymphs who lured boatmen on the River Rhine. The florallei, who lures outsiders into Blogland?

Or is this a coincidence? And if so aren't coincidences amazing?

But you are so true. We are ordinary people who are doing something quite extraordinary.

warm xx

sweetSinn2690
2943 posts
8/5/2006 12:27 pm

Blogging is a big part of our lives here...so it is hard to not talk about it to the real world. I used to be a frequent visitor to alt.com...one of the sister sites to AdultFriendFinder...so this is mild compared to them. People used to be like...you're into all that? I mainly went there to chat, too scared to actually meet people in the lifestlye there, but curious. I did make alot of good friends there in the chat though. I have only told a few of my friends about AdultFriendFinder and the blogs and if they want to judge me then so be it. I do what I want and I let the judgement be their problem, not mine. Sometimes I feel like a blog junkie...and I have to have that fix! You can see I only lasted a week or so before I found a way back here!lol!!! At any rate...it's good to be back and reading you my friend...so Blog On!
Kisses!


Oh WHATEVER BITCHES!


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/8/2006 2:38 am:
I am so pleased that you're back after your week's sabbatical.

I always look forward to reading your comments.

warm xx


MOfunNOWWOW 56F

8/5/2006 9:02 am

It's hard to get a positive response from anyone outside of here. Glad we all found each other


MOMO
just a squirrel trying to get a nut


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/7/2006 3:57 pm:
MO sweetie, you know as well as any, the amazing collection of people we are, and how we stand by each other and explore not just our sexual selves, but the whole wide way in what we are and the potential of what we can become. That a comment from another blogger, such as yourself, can raise spirit and make me say, "Wow! MO's seen this, and she's left her mark!"

Between us all we weave a special magic ......

warm xx

rm_turtleBurp 45F
1273 posts
8/5/2006 7:04 am

I was discussing this post with my friend today as she's already posted here. I said that it'll be ok to tell people this kinda stuff soon cos i've noticed people are more open about things than they used to be. Then i realised... that's cos most of my friends these days are people i've met from our local group on this site.

When i actually pop my head back out into the other world, i kinda find em all a bit weird (i didn't say 'real world' cos the friends i've made here are no less real than friends i've made in the past on courses and at work).

One thing i've always found refreshing since the day i joined this site is the openness and honesty of most people. Blogging has allowed me to combine the many parts of who i am in a world where all of those parts are accepted.


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/7/2006 10:25 am:
Thank you for visiting my blog CBB. I suppose once you are with people who are comfortable talking about sex as if it is something totally natural it seems strange to be with those who aren't. And I do find Blogland in particular so open.

warm xx

RubyRedPetal 46F

8/5/2006 5:55 am

    Quoting RubyRedPetal:
    My friends (the ones who are not members of this site) know that i am a member. Most of them don't get it but they tolerate it i suppose. They would'nt be my friends otherwise!

    But i have met people through the site and they can't comprehend why i enjoy blogging. They are happy to expose themselves in images and in posts on groups etc but not through blogs.

    Sometimes it makes me wonder if they have anything to expose.

    Maybe it doesn't go deeper than skin?

    Or maybe they are just shy! And I'm a meanie!
Or maybe they have so much inside that its hard to know where to begin and is kinda scary.

Sorry for quoting myself, i know it seems kinda up my own arse...but that bit was missing!

* *


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/6/2006 7:21 pm:
Ruby sweetie, you can quote yourself as many times as you like here!

I just don't think they figure what can be said in a blog, or in comments that simply doesn't come across in a chatroom. I think maybe we have time to think for just a moment, rather than keep pace with a lot of superficial banter (I enjoy IM and even conferencing, but have never warmed to chatrooms). And I think a blog is pretty self-revelatory, whether we like it or not, and some people don't feel that much at ease with that.

warm xx

goodatpoetry2 68M
16569 posts
8/5/2006 3:49 am

Seeing I have only 2 friends and 2 brothers, there's not too many people to hide this from.
Only one brother doesn't know about my blogging. And that's only because he lives so far away that when we talk, it's about more important stuff.
But none of them know WHERE I blog from. They know it's a kinda sex site, but not which one.
Some of what I write, I'd just rather they don't read. I've always been a bit of a private person. Even HERE, I really don't go into my sexual past in any detail.


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/6/2006 12:31 pm:
Snap! Even my two closest friends who know I blog adult material don't know it's A.F.F. But maybe that is, as Moonfire says, like belonging to a private club, and there's even respectability, even a little mystery in that.

warm

tenorsaxxman 67M

8/4/2006 6:25 pm

I read your post (whew!) with great admiration for your views and insight. I disagree that we are the first, however, based on readings from Virgil, Dante and others whose names escape me (along with my own, sometimes . . . ) The ancient Greek philosophers discussed exactly the same issues we discuss daily with great zeal and no holds barred. They did so in open forums in person wearing togas (party down, dude!!!). I think things go around in large clouds within the universe and the old becomes new again in a very different sort of way. The fact that we can now span continents at the click of a mouse would astound Homer. Shakespeare would have written Romeo and Juliet entirely differently if he had access to a.f.f.; I'm quite sure of it. I don't discuss my writing here with anyone I know physically; it's just sad that I don't have close enough friends that I can trust that way, only friendly acquaintances.
I have four novels underway of different genres, because my characters get stuck in one with no inspiration to continue. My thinking is expanded on so many fronts, my emotions tapped by sad stories, laughter raised by clever verse . . . .my very blood flows with new vigor since I joined the blogs. I am now revisiting each and writing non-stop. Nobody I know would even have a clue. I am starting a new book (yes, I know . . . .number 5 of the great unfinished works . . ...) based on what else . . . .the blog world of scrambled "0's" and "1's" that connect a universe of people desperate to communicate with others of similar sensibilities on topics of unlimited and uncensored imagination... I shall continue to read your posts with great interest, that of having made a new friend and a discovered kindrid spirit in a brave new world.
Best regards, The Saxman. (hope this wasn't too long . . . )

Tenorsaxxman


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/6/2006 12:22 pm:
How can a comment be so long when it holds so much of interest? When I think of how Blogland has already interwoven with my own life I have had times I've thought I was in someone else's novel. And yes, you are right of course, with sexual liberty and sexual repression passing over us like weather fronts, keeping the same leitmotif, but somehow forever changing. And the story goes on........ with the dramatis personae, also emerging, shifting the plot with each new experience, each new tale.

warm

RubyRedPetal 46F

8/4/2006 4:50 pm

My friends (the ones who are not members of this site) know that i am a member. Most of them don't get it but they tolerate it i suppose. They would'nt be my friends otherwise!

But i have met people through the site and they can't comprehend why i enjoy blogging. They are happy to expose themselves in images and in posts on groups etc but not through blogs.

Sometimes it makes me wonder if they have anything to expose.

Maybe it doesn't go deeper than skin?

Or maybe they are just shy! And I'm a meanie!


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warmandsexy52 replies on 8/6/2006 11:57 am:
I just think there is something very special about blogging. It is so different from the rest of A.F.F. and has shaped itself into its own cybercommunity. Okay, bloggers will use other parts of the site, but the heart and soul of what we do lies here.

I can't imagine this friendly sire without Blogland. {=}

warm xx

__Huntress__ 56M/59F

8/4/2006 4:35 pm

I don't hide that I'm here, but I don't exactly advertise it either. Truth is the women I work with found out that I am a member of a sex site, that I write a blog here and attempted to use it against me. My employer, who happens to be one of my closest friends, told me that two of the employees in the firm had gone routing through my personal e-mails, found the link for here and reported to her. She simply asked me, for her sake, to be careful. I responded to her by saying that what I do in my personal life is no one's business, including hers, and that it only becomes her business when it affects my job, which is never has and never will.

And still, here I am thinking to myself that the fact I enjoy sex in whatever shape or form I desire, that I find the shape of the human body, in whatever shape or form, to be exquisite, should be viewed still as something so deviant or shameful, that I should feel compelled to hide it, is astonishing to me. That there are people who may choose to use this against me, as though there were some flaw in my character because I am so entranced by the most basic compulsion known to humankind, that I should be made to feel dirtied or sullied because I am here, is simply beyond rational thinking to me.

My most basic response is this to them ... you should, perhaps, spend more time wrapped in the arms or thighs of a giving human being, rather than spewing your unworthy venom on me and those like me ...

{=}


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/6/2006 11:00 am:
We are rational, articulate, intelligent human beings. There is creative merit in writing, reading and sharing ideas about sex and sexuality. It is after all a significant and deeply interesting part of who we are.

There will always be backward thinking people, who will want to curb and limit what others do ..... and if possible even think. I don't know what drives them so, other than perhaps their own insecurity, lack of imagination and arrogance. What I do know is that it is their problem and they seem to be keen to project it onto others.

When I think there are eighteen year olds in the UK who can say they don't particularly like D.H.Lawrence on the basis of his literary style in the same informed way as they would talk about Dickens or Thackery, and that in 1960 his work was on trial in The Old Bailey in London for seeking to corrupt and deprave, I get the sense of perspective about it that attitudes do move on, people do grow up a little and things move forward.

And I kind of like the thought that maybe, just maybe, the writing we do achieves a little in that respect.

As to why your colleagues should be so much "up themselves" that they could even entertain the idea of causing harm to you is the most appalling thing of all ...... for we are now into the territory of how people are towards each other ...... and why.

Hugs {=}

warm xx

CB_2 52F

8/4/2006 12:22 pm

I'm going to give up blogging, Warm - why bother, when you just read my mind and express it so clearly?!

PS Only joking about giving up blogging.

Blogito ergo sum.


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/5/2006 10:22 am:
You are such a naughty tease, CB2, making me think you're giving up blogging. I think there are far too many stories trying to get out for that to happen.

It's reassuring to know that you think the same and thank you for saying so. I do think that Blogland is a very diferent and very special part of A.F.F. I don't think it was ever intended to be that way, just that bloggers have made it so.

warm xx

SweetDarlinAngel 41F
2996 posts
8/4/2006 10:37 am

Warm~
I have not admitted anything to anyone. For many of the reasons you stated above. Being raised Irish Catholic and coming from a very large family makes it hard to keep things quiet. My mother's side of the family is more open sexually, but the are also the "redneck" side of the family. Southern Baptists don't usually go around discussing sex or their sex life with a bunch of strangers unless it is to brag to thier friends. And then it is usually only acceptable if/when you are of the male gender. It is an interesting conundrum that I find myself in. A place where my family knows me to be fairly open with them regarding sex, knows me to be someone with a high sex drive and yet also sees me as someone very conservative. Conservative? Me? No way! This forum would be a great release for many people in my fmaily on either side. Maybe some of them are already here. But would they ever admit to it? Not a chance. Not even if they saw my face smiling back at them. Good luck with this quest to find a way to break it to the 3-D world... I'm dying for that chance myself.
~SDA

~Angel


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/5/2006 10:16 am:
Angel, I have always both loved and admired your candour and honesty. Somehow I don't think I will find a way to persuade those who have no idea of this arena, that Blogland is the remarkable place it is, and those who write and share thoughts, ideas and lives within it are remarkable human beings. But I would like to. And I think people are so riddled with contradictions. I wonder how many Southern Baptists have their sexual peccadilloes and fetishes, somehow swept underneath a carpet of piety, practising one thing and preaching another. What I do like is the real sense of humanity, because we are ourselves, willing to be naked before all, if only (though not always) in a figurative sense. And in that, for all its flaws here, there is a kind of honesty that comes through a lot more of the time than elsewhere. {=}

warm xx

wickedeasy 68F  
31340 posts
8/4/2006 8:45 am

did you know that if you google your handle your blog can be accessed off site - grins

the people i know RT that know i blog are folks that accept me totally - but i haven't told my mom

You cannot conceive the many without the one.


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/5/2006 8:16 am:
Wow! It is amazing what you find when you google yourself! And what a marvellous innuendo that is!

As for telling your mom ...... best not, I guess! Although my mom might have given A.F.F. a go. Sadly she passed away some years ago, but if there was something new and adventurous she was always up for it.

warm xx

TabithaElectra 39F

8/4/2006 7:36 am

I really loved this post! You are so right with what you say in regards to explaining it to people....

The thing is, unless they were to experience what we have experienced here, I just don't think they'd "get it"


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/5/2006 7:02 am:
Yesterday, shortly before leaving the Dyke to go home I saw a helicopter flying overhead. I walked back to where the flyers were and asked if there had been a flying accident. There hadn't, so I went back to the car. I passed some European tourists and said that it is always a worry whenever the helicopter flies overhead. They clearly were totally confused by what I had said, didn't understand English well, and certainly not enough to figure the context of my remark that any English tourist would have done.

I think we underestimate discourse - not just what we say, but how we say it, the context in which things are said and the understandings that arise from it. I think attitudes to sex and sexuality do create different discourses, of which we are one.

warm xx

moonfire2u 71F
2602 posts
8/4/2006 4:53 am

Only a few of my really close friends know I am on here...and they know me well enough to tell without having to make long explainations. Other people just wouldn't understand and they would probably think badly of me...due to there misconceptions or religious prejudices...but there is no reason to tell them...I don't have to report everything I do to everyone...I'm not ashamed of what I do...but I am a private person...and my business is my business...not for public scrutiny or comment...AdultFriendFinder is like a private club...a club where you can let your hair down and be yourself...a freedom club...I too have discovered some incredible people here...so, warm, maybe we should just keep this our delicious secret...

kind thoughts,
Moonfire


warmandsexy52 replies on 8/4/2006 10:41 pm:
I do so like the idea of this being a private club, moonfire and it does accredit A.F.F. with a degree of dignity. My professional life actually requires that I am discreet in my private life, but that does not mean that I shouldn't have one. The hypocrisy of British society is exemplified by our tabloid press, who will actively titillate, scandalise and villify all in the same newspaper, all for the sake of stories that sell copy. I feel that in accepting sexuality there follows on a natural freedom here - a freedom club, you say - where the confused social mores of a wider society don't muddy issues.

The delicious secret ..... what a delightful idea!

{=}

warm xx

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