Yes, you absolutely may.
And i second that Master, please i beg You to use me and tie me as You please
got a new choker, and me in a bra, everybody wins!
Spooky-Knickers is a hottie yo
This is cute as fuck and describes pretty accurately how I feel too.
This comic is included Anything that Loves edited by Zan Christensen.
aside from this comic being really cute and honest, it also points out this really huge glaring problem in the gay community in relation to trans-men.
in my experience with a lot of gay men, they have this extremely purist view when it comes to what being a “real man” is, which is bad enough when you have different gay subcultures (bears, gymrats, etc) who have different specific definitions of what a “real man” is.
however for the most part, many gay men seem to agree upon a point of leaving trans-men not only out of their gender, but out of their sexuality as well and I have a real fucking problem with that.
i’m pretty open about things that relate to my sexuality, and i myself identify more or less as a homosexual, but i’ve found the worst part in the gay community is dealing with this bullshit. eventually i found that i at least have the luxury of telling guys to fuck off if i don’t meet their standards, but i know that’s a lot harder for folk when they seem to have the entire population of homosexuals more or less invalidating not only their gender, but their orientation as well.
with all of that said, i just ask this. if you happen to be a cisgender homosexual, like myself, don’t tell other gay men that they aren’t actually gay if they’re dating or have had relations with a trans-man because that’s a load of fucking bullshit.
more important, under any circumstance do not tell a trans-man they’re not a man or that they aren’t allowed to like other men who are homosexual, be they cis or trans.
that’s all i really wanted to say.
hey uhhh my dash seems to need this right now hello lets be better informed
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Manufacturers aren’t required to care about the toxicity of their toys. Although many sex toys are designed to be used internally, they’re not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration like medical-grade products. Instead, sex toys are considered “for novelty use only,” and manufacturers can fill dildos, vibrators, and cock rings with materials that are known to be harmful and that are regulated in other industries. They can be shaped in ways that are at best unpleasurable for implied use.
Will be more active in the coming weeks. Hashing out a new game plan for the Queue, and grabbing some choice articles. I’m actually just coming back from my honeymoon. I’ve been VERY busy with my wedding, and now that it’s over, I can start getting a lot more done on the blogs, starting our business, and my other job.
Thank you so much for the understanding and I can’t wait to get back with this blog and you guys.
Not exactly “sexy”, but selfies nonetheless. These are my cleaning clothes today since I am doing a buttload of laundry.
Ebony Lesbians ;)
Here’s some non-sexual nudes cause my tan lines suck.
No ones home therefore nekkid chores.