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The Moratorium Auditorium: In Which We Unite In Shunning Inadequacy

Crossover from the open letters thread!

Represent.

:-*

Erotic: hands--pretty much any reasonably shaped hands.
I think it's because mine aren't nice and I want to look at pretty things.
Antierotic: toenails?

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I don't know what it is about the fingers in the mouth thing......just don't like it.......don't like feet either.  My friends think it's hilarious that I see people(mostly women) naked quite frequently as part of my job.  I'm actually pretty modest, and was never really comfortable with naked bodies.  It doesn't bother me anymore, I guess after you see  hundreds of naked/partially naked bodies you get disensitized.

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I'd take spit in my mouth over fingers. 

I wouldn't have pegged you for being notably modest, lubi.  I love learning new things about people. 

I had friends that would go to hot springs when we were camping.  A whole bunch of people would show up to the good ones.  Everyone would just strip down and sit in the germ incubator and have a fine time... I slept under all the clothes.

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This thread rocks. That is my morning comment... yes, oh so profound, I know.

:)>>>

mmmm backs. I'm totally with ya on that.  I think the biggest turn on for me is when someone kisses my back.  I like touching nice backs too. there should be a better word for backs.  that is an ugly sounding word.

Good point. "Back" is sort of like "feet". I mean, as far as ugly words go. Did that even make sense outside of my head?

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When MDV first tried to introduce me to tofu, I told her it reminded me of "toe food" and was gross.

That's MY morning comment.

;D

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Thanks, now the Mary Moon song is stuck in my head

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I think collar bones and shoulders are the sexy parts on people.

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I think collar bones and shoulders are the sexy parts on people.

OH. HELL. YEAH.  that is like the front-back!

;)b

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I think collar bones are sexy too!

JC, I'm not sure if you have answered this before, but why did you decide to not have sex with our bf?  Was it your decision, his, yours?

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It was a mutual agreement, but I was the one who brought it up.

When he and I met, I was actually seeing someone else and J and I were just friends. We had a ton in common and I was very open with him. I was head-over heels for the guy I was with (MDV knows him as "the artist").

That relationship ended suddenly and was very hurtful. I did some soul-searching and came to the conclusion that I didn't want to have sex only to end up alone anyway. I felt that sex had a lot of risks (STDs, pregnancy, emotional attachment) and had caused me a lot of pain ('cause some guys took advantage of me). I felt that if I didn't have sex until I was married, at least I couldn't regret it. I'd be with that person the rest of my life.

Since I can't change the past, I decided that going forward, I'd cut out the risks that were expendable (the physical ones) and just open my heart. J agreed totally (he has not had sex, so it's an easy choice for him) and for the first three years of our relationship, we were long-distance anyway.... so not much temptation.

We still do "other stuff," but now my main thing is I don't want to get pregnant before getting married, and I am too stubborn to go back on what I feel was a great decision... even if I didn't expect him to take so damn long to marry me.

We're happier together, and more stable, than any other relationship I've ever had, especially the ones involving sex. There's nothing I regret with him. Although I want to do him, 'cause I think he's about the sexiest guy on the planet (because I love him!), I won't because we agreed to wait.

We'll have a kick ass honeymoon, though!

I dunno, does that make sense? Sorry for the long post, but you asked!

;)b

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haha, I didn't mean to write OUR bf!
yes, that makes sense.  and yes, you will have a busy honeymoon night!!!!

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Hmm. Interesting thread.

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oh wow, jc, thanks for sharing your story. it must take a lot of courage to go through that and make the conscious decision that it is best not to have sex. but there's always "other stuff." i must admit, i always wonder if my idea of other stuff that doesn't count as sex is the same as other people's idea of other stuff that doesn't count as sex.  i am probably heterosexist in my viewpoint :/

this is unrelated to the topic, but writing your initials, it reminded me of the pulp song "dishes," in which jarvis cocker sings, "i am not jesus, but i have the same initials..."

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Hmm. Interesting thread.

It sure is.  It is the only one that we can have sexual discussions in now.

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Hmm. Interesting thread.

It sure is.  It is the only one that we can have sexual discussions in now.

For reals?

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Hmm. Interesting thread.

It sure is.  It is the only one that we can have sexual discussions in now.

For reals?

Can anyone answer this? I sure am confused about the subject. I don't want to affend anyone, but I don't want to feel like I'm censoring myself either.

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yeah, not really sure what we agreed to do, but at least on this thread we can say whatever the hell we want!!!

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I think it was agreed to keep it in certain, obvious threads - such as this one.

Have at.  :)

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It sure is.  It is the only one that we can have sexual discussions in now.

For reals?

Can anyone answer this? I sure am confused about the subject. I don't want to affend anyone, but I don't want to feel like I'm censoring myself either.

I asked the OP this question like five times, and all I got was a lot of suggestions from others saying, "Well, maybe we could stop threadjacking, blah blah, blah....."

As far as I'm concerned, the only rules I'm following are Yvette's rules.  I'll censor a "That's what she said" if I think of it, but no promises.  ::)

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what about "shun the non believers"  gonna censor that too????? :D

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