Mists Will Rise

Like dawn turning into day

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It’s hard to imagine a “Men” section of the Telegraph (cue jokes that it’s everything bar the “Women” section) which has a sub-section titled “Sex” – and if it did, it would surely be tongue-in-cheek, given men and sex/sexuality are rarely taken seriously by the media; men often get painted as dirty, offensive or seedy when it comes to sex and are rarely seen to be interested in talking about it (as opposed to just doing it, which clearly women don’t partake in).
The Telegraph needs a non-sexist approach to promoting sex-ed (via sexisnottheenemy)

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What Do I Do Now?

It’s been about a year since I did anything with this Tumblr. With a Wordpress up under my nom de plume, Valery North, and finally got going on Twitter last week, I don’t quite know where it fits into my strategy any more. I mean, reblogging things that turn me on is fun, but hardly the most constructive use of my time and effort. I’ll give it some thought and see what I come up with.

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People with a strangulation fetish don’t wander the streets looking for victims, and women who fantasise about rape scenarios don’t actually want to be raped. Fantasies are just fantasies, to be acted out in our imaginations or in safe environments with like-minded, consenting adults. Law-makers and prosecutors have the right to regulate the things we do in public, but their willingness to police and censor the dream worlds of our gloriously kinky imaginations is far more sinister than any Nazi-themed BDSM orgy.
Why do we let the Prudocracy police our sexual fantasies? (via sexisnottheenemy)

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