Tag Archive: Commentary

Jul 26

Evolution of a Polyamorous Woman

I wanted to write this not because there aren’t a ton of perspectives on polyamory out there. However, my perspective isn’t out there and I still think that I have something of value to offer. I think back to the beginning of when I looked back to wanting a polyamorous relationship bright-eyed and bushy-tailed missing …

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Jun 10

Autumn’s Bookshelf: Reveiwing the Writer

  There are a few things about writing that they don’t teach you. A writer can attend all of the best schools and greatest conferences and meet the best of the best authors, but they don’t teach you how to be comfortable bearing your soul naked to the world.   As a writer, one must …

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Sep 25

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “the Blind Date” by Delaney Diamond

The Blind Date is a bit of a whirl wind romance with a twist. Shawna Ferguson engages in a blind date that takes her down a path to an unknown ending. Overall, the plot was developed well. As a reader, I did not find myself lacking information as far as any glaring loopholes as to …

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Sep 22

I ain’t saying she’s a gold digger…

For the record, I do not believe that Ray Rice’s wife is a gold digger. And quite honestly that’s not what this article is about. It’s about the travesty that is domestic violence and how one moment of thoughtlessness can reek havoc on two plus people’s lives. Actually, the only person that truly suffers in …

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Dec 29

The 5 Be’s of Long Distance BDSM Training

The essence of BDSM often involves some training of some sort.  Long distance BDSM training IMHO is not that different from regular training, but that’s just my opinion. Many people lead very busy lives and there is nothing to say that if they did live in the same city they would see one another that …

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Oct 07

His Wife, His Whore, and the Mother of His kids

Almost year ago, I posted on Facebook.com that my fiancé wanted me to be “his wife, his whore, and the mother of his kids”.  Much to my surprise the amount of personal and moral outrage that I received from the female portion of the population.  There were several personal friends who congratulated me one this …

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Sep 16

Teenage pregnancy down according to CDC

Teenage pregnancy rates have hit a thirty year low according to the CDC. However, this does not mean that sexual activity have decreased among those aged 14-19. Studies show that sexual activity has increased among teens while contraceptive use has also increased. The United States has the highest teen pregnancy rates among developed countries. Teenagers …

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Aug 29

Kama Sutra vs Tantra: What’s the Difference?

  Often times I get asked, “what is the difference between kama sutra and tantra“. Quite honestly, that is a good question. Given the portrayal of them both in popular culture, it can be difficult to see the differences between them. They both involve some eastern philosophical approaches to sex and sexuality. They both are …

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Jul 29

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “Maybe, Never” by Nia Forrester

Tracy didn’t plan for her life to go the way that it did. She didn’t intend for things to come to that point, but when faced with an incredibly difficult situation, she had to ask herself who does she love more?   The plot to Maybe, Never is thoroughly developed. It is a sequel to …

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Mar 21

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “A Perfect Fit” by Tory Richards

I kept waiting for it to get better… It didn’t.  I believe that great writing begins in the first few pages of a story.  In the first few pages of this story, I was just bored.  I wasn’t looking forward to continuing to read the rest of the novella. The beginning was a bit original, …

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