Archive for February, 2013

prompt 20

Thursday, February 28, 2013
When do you feel your sexiest?

i think when i feel the most feminine–when my hair is feeling especially soft and has a nice sheen, when i wear lacy and sheer outfits, when i dress up a little with jewelry or make-up or even the teeniest bit of perfume. just feeling confidence, i guess, in my femininity…that’s when i feel my sexiest.

prompt 19

Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Mae West described sex as “emotion in motion.” Unpack this idea in a post.

 I can kinda see this.  There is so much emotion during that time, and it feels like it’s rushing so fast.  You can feel one way and then quickly another.  It changes quickly.  I’ll have to delve into this deeper later on as i’m a bit tired right now.

prompt 18

Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Do you think sex education should come from the parents, the school, or a mix of both?

i think maybe a mix of both. it’s a touchy subject but some aren’t educated enough, so i think both is good.

prompt 17

Monday, February 25, 2013
Do you think you would enjoy being a “sex symbol?”

no, i wouldn’t. there are a lot of creepy people out there, and i really wouldn’t like the added attention. i mean, it’s nice to be thought of as sexy, and to be able to really drive someone out there nuts with my sex appeal, but i don’t think that i’d want it on a widescale thing. that would be too scary. plus it would make me super self-conscious, and i don’t think i’d want that added stress.

kiss

okay i had to talk about my first kiss for the other blog. so it got me thinking about him. like, would i recognize him if i saw him? i tried looking on facebook, but could not find him on there. so i decided to google him. oh the way we stalk now…

it just made me think of the ways i look for former lovers or friends. i google them. some i find, some i don’t. then i wonder about the ones i don’t find. like the one i think i only truly ever loved. did something happen to him? i can’t believe that he would have no digital footprint out there. he’s gotta be somewhere out there in the digital world. gotta be. is it that he’s no longer here? but if so, wouldn’t there at least be an obituary or something?

then i totally get scared. what if i do find out that he is no longer here–how would that affect me? that wouldn’t be too good, either. maybe it’s best not knowing. which is hard for a person like me who is constantly searching for information because i don’t like to be surprised. i don’t know how i’d handle knowing someone i loved has died, although i know it’s a great possibility, especially the older i get. sigh.

sometimes i think this great age of information causes us too much stress. :S

still

still uncomfortable about what to write about for this month.

had a long day, but am now retreating to bed.

think i’m coming down with a cold, drats.

i know this had nothing to do with love & sex. sorry.

prompt 16

Friday, February 22, 2013
Aristotle said, “Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.” Do you agree or disagree?

hmm, that’s a nice thought, i think. i guess it’s true; there’s also people who love without the other person loving back, so then, it wouldn’t be inhabiting two bodies. but it’s a nice sentiment to think of, that it’s something that is shared between two people, and that it wouldn’t be there without the two. or four, or five, in some men’s cases.

prompt 15

Thursday, February 21, 2013
Do you think people can live without love?

yes, i do. i don’t think i could ever do that, but i know people who just don’t like being near others and, while i’m sure they feel lonely at times, they seem to do just fine without love. but it’s something i don’t think i would ever be able to do. i’m not really talking about love you’d get from a significant other–i think i would be fine without that–but love from your family? i couldn’t do without that.

prompt 14

Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Erich Fromm said, “Immature love says: ‘I love you because I need you.’ Mature love says ‘I need you because I love you’.” How do you define mature love?

i’m not sure–i don’t think my love has ever matured much. i guess it would be full of trust and security. i really don’t agree with that quote, by the way. :/

prompt 13

Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Martin Luther King Jr. unpacked love and hate when he said, “I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.” Which is easier for you to feel: love or hate?

that’s a hard question to answer. i’d like to say it’s love, but i do get resentful. is that hate? i mean, i don’t actively hate anyone, but there are people who just annoy me so, and it’s usually because of resentment or maybe a tad bit of jealousy. it would be so much easier to forget about those things and just love, but that’s not the case with me. so sad as it makes me to say it, i guess it’s hate–though, to me, it’s not intense hate, like bigotry or anything. just…annoyances. i don’t hate anyone; i just get irritated. i wish i could be all “bygones” about it, but it eats away at me. so that’s not love, but i don’t think it’s really hate, either. it’s just…what it is.

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