A friend recently posted a challenge on Facebook -- what 10 books have influenced you most. Here was my reply... I would be interested in yours. The Great Brain Series (John Fitzgerald) because it made me believe (for a time) that money was the most important thing on Earth; The Alchemist and The Pilgrimage (P … Continue reading What books have defined you
What does a small step into a more sexually adventurous lifestyle look like? This is the theme of a movie my wife and watched last night; and the combination of innocence and sexual exploration by the two lead females (housewives) proved to be super exciting to us. In the interest of sharing.... Last month, I … Continue reading Innocent Exploration – Playtime
An excellent counter-perspective to the blog I posted this morning. Well worth a read.
There’s a scandal breaking in Canada. It’s about BDSM. Or is it? I’m not so sure.
Short version: Jian Ghomeshi is a wicked popular CBC host, and the CBC just fired him without disclosing why. He’s retaliating with a $50 million lawsuit (unheard of in non-litigious Canada) and a demand for reinstatement. On Sunday, he made a Facebook post which discloses that he’s kinky and about to be defamed by an unnamed ex-girlfriend and several other past dates she’s recruited, who will insist that his behaviour was non-consensual. A couple hours later, I heard about a semi-recent xoJane article by Carla Ciccone detailing some very creepy behaviour on the part of an unnamed “Canadian C-list celebrity” whom many speculate is Ghomeshi. This article has apparently earned her a serious thrashing by trolls. Later Sunday evening, the Toronto Star posted an article detailing their interviews with four women who are remaining…
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"The State has no place in the bedrooms of the nation". Pierre Trudeau - Prime Minister of Canada - said this in 1967, in support of broad-based omnibus legislation that advanced homosexual rights and eased access to abortion and divorce. Pierre Trudeau would be rolling in his grave this morning, as news roles out that … Continue reading Getting Fired for BDSM Lifestyle
http://bisexualexploration.wordpress.com had a good post asking for people’s views on what is, and what is not, cheating. It got me thinking about (i) what I would consider cheating and (ii) is there an accepted definition of cheating. Here are the conclusions I reached 1. What I consider cheating has evolved significantly over time. I used … Continue reading Is It Cheating?
Canada has a big decision to make. Today at least one gunman shot and killed a reservist guard and then got into the Canadian Parliament Building and shot off up to 30 rounds. Details are still sketchy but what is known is that terrorism (likely domestic) has reached Canada. And now Canadians must decide how … Continue reading Terrorism In Canada
What makes a 'perfect' disaster... or a 'terrible' one? I'll give you a hint - The Haitian Earthquake was near perfect. The Ebola outbreak in Africa was awful. And my 'perfect' or 'awful' I mean, of course, fundraising potential. The Haitian earthquake relief efforts raised over $9 Billion. Ebola, so far is closer to $30 … Continue reading Why So Hard to Fund Raise for Ebola