The Fear In Me

My biggest fear is the death of one of my children. Even writing such a thing upsets me. The weight of such a terrible reality would crush me beyond recognition. I cannot comprehend how I would react upon a visit from the police, or someone from the military.  How do people cope?  I am not […]

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Vulnerability (In Short)

I do not like feeling vulnerable.  In days past I worked in places where being vulnerable put you at risk, and others around you.  The environment created a certain internal arrogance that gave me the confidence to get through situations that were forever changing.  Put me in a situation where something goes wrong, I will […]

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Out In The Cold

Gerry’s life was busy. Not just in the conventional sense with family, work and bills. Gerry was what is commonly referred to as ‘a player.’  If he were a woman he would be called something derogatory for sure, but being a man he was exempt from all of that kind of thing.  His family consisted […]

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That Was The Week That Was (Jan – Mid-Month)

TW-TW-TW started out as a scribble on the back on an envelope which soon became too full and too incriminating to have lying around!  My scribbles were my own and the accountability to complete them rested with me only. This not only meant it was easily lost under the pile of other old envelopes I […]

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I’m A Changing Man — The SafeworD/s Club

There are people of various genders who have the role of dominant in their relationship, and find it something that is naturally a good fit. Equally there are many that strive to be that type of person and find it harder than others, and yet they continue to try hard. It’s good to have aims,… To […]

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Read All About It (Part 2)

‘Read All About It’  brings you an insight into the what the media are saying about sex and relationships.  Whilst I tend to think some of what is printed is fit for the bottom of a bird cage, you can find some jewels amoungst the muck! That should not distract you from you own opinions, […]

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