February has been a pretty chilly month for the UK. One thing that really warmed the cockles of my heart was being selected for one of the free Eroticon Pool tickets. I would not have been able to go otherwise so I am over the moon to be attending and would like to thank the Eroticon team for the opportunity.
Take a look at my meet and greet post.
My personal favourite from the PhotoFest was this one…
But the image that achieved the most views and comments was also one of my February Sinful Sunday entries…
February saw me write the summary for ArtTwist2. I am very much enjoying this new Meme and for ArtTwist3 my entry was inspired by the painting, Danae. (1907), by Gustav Klimt. My man and I collaborated and created this amazing image. I look vunerable and calm…
You have just under a week to add your entry to ArtTwist3
My post Sunshine and Frolics –
Wriggling his cook and balls over my face he yanked down by knickers, opened my legs and began to slap my cunt…
This month Candy reviewed an Aloe-Vera, natural based lube product.
I loved that the lube just kind of absorbs into your skin after use. It didn’t leave me feeling sticky or uncomfortable, nor like I needed to take a shower straight away.
I have dreadful problems with chemicals of any kind so will certainly be checking this out.
A few weeks ago I wrote a non-fiction article about a very difficult subject – Incest.
Their daughter Annie was quoted as saying that for years she went to bed every-night wearing her jeans. She made a choice never to marry or have children.
Thank you to all of you who commented on this post via my site, DM, or email. It was much appreciated. I noticed that quite a few sex bloggers out there are writing about delicate personal issues or mental health problems. Miss Jezzebella compiled and published a list containing such posts.
Sassy Cat, who has been writing very informative mental health articles for a long time, told us how she had tried to add her blog to a mental health website and consequently felt angry and ashamed, as because of the adult content on her site, they wouldn’t include it. Read her post here.
Using Miss Jezzabella list, Sassy Cat has linked further entries and invites you all to add any to the collection. She has also proposed that when promoting any Mental health/personal issue posts , we link the Tweet to the Twitter group ~ Sex Bloggers for Mental Health ~ #SB4MH.
By doing this we are creating an area where others can find articles that may help or educate. What a fabulous idea.