My Sexual Journey – If you’re interested.

It’s easy it simplify personal reflection; skip the bits that seem irrelevant to you and normalise the unusual. After all, you live with your own tales and memories every day, so it’s understandable that to dumb things down is a naturally occurring event. Having said that, sometimes, and not often, you recall an event where […]

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Fiction Relay – Part 8 – Alibis

This is the eighth instalment of the Fiction Mystery Relay hosted by May More at ifsexmatters.co.uk. To read each chapter in order, which is recommended, click here. Synopsis of the story so far can be found here… Leaning heavily on the half open gate, Steve could see Ellie moving about the kitchen, even with the lights on and blinds […]

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Online Communities

On-line Community – “a virtual community is defined as an aggregation of individuals or business partners who interact around a shared interest, where the interaction is at least partially supported or mediated by technology (or both), and guided by some protocols or norms” (teligent.com/ I came to blogging quite late on in life.  Chat rooms […]

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In the Shadows

My desire to be seen stands in shadow Half in dark, half in gloom, never light Call me out, beckon to feel the warmth To stand amongst statues of youth and beauty Be measured for the value of timeless experience and not the innocence and limits of youth My desire to be seen stands in […]

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Photography and Our D/s

I do like a really sexy picture.  From my younger days of soft porn in magazines to my own creations with various cameras, they are just little works of art. I can’t actually remember the conversation regarding the taking of pictures, and if I’m honest I don’t think there was one.  I have photos that […]

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Fashion and Music

I was born in the latter half of the 1960’s and therefore missed the boom years of the sexual revolution and the ever decreasing skirt lengths.  My  parents were trendy and in their mid-twenties by the time I arrived, and like them I was dressed with the fashion.  As I travelled through primary school I […]

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Forgiveness

Without forgiveness life is governed by an endless cycle of resentment and retaliation. — Roberto Assagioli Forgiveness must take a huge amount of mental energy to process.  I see people on television who have had their children taken from them, and occasionally, when it transpires a dark deed has been committed and the perpetrator apprehended, […]

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Rope Gag Exercise

I like rope.  Sounds a bit stupid when I say it like that, but it’s true.  From Soap-on-a-Rope at Christmas in the 1970s, to tug-of-war in the 1980s, climbing and rappelling in the 1990s and tying up and securing my wife in the 2000s, rope just has a feel about it. We have previously.   […]

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7 Days In April ~ Day 4

I was recently asked by May Moore to take part in a project to support her upcoming online publication based on the diaries of 7 people in 7 days during the COVID-19 lock down. Never being one to keep a diary, I thought the exercise would be something new to try, and of course be […]

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My Top 9 Non-Fiction Books

Inspired by May More’s meme #Bookmatters to write about my top 9 non-fiction books, I thought why not! There would have been 10 books, however, I had 5 more for that slot which would have been overkill!  I used to be a big reader of military books, however, that phase of my life has past, […]

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