Before sharing my thoughts on this issue, I think it’s important for my readers to know my background as it pertains to religion. I was raised in the Presbyterian Church, baptized as an infant, and confirmed as an official member in seventh grade. A christian lifestyle was all I ever knew–God and Jesus were an […]Read more "A Feminist’s Problem with Christianity"
A few bloggers have reached out to me inquiring about my identity. I was hesitant to reveal more in order to protect my own identity and the identity of others featured in my stories, but I feel allowing you to see a bit deeper into my personality and life would prove beneficial to you as […]Read more "Who am I?"
My first fling all started when I ended up the only girl in a dorm room with eight guys.Read more "The First F**kboy"
So far on this blog I have yet to reveal any personal information, and I’ve left out any details that might hold clues to my true identity. My reason for doing this? I’m legitimately scared of the judgment I’d receive from my peers if they read the things I write on here. Yes, I’m comfortable […]Read more "Why do I have to remain anonymous?"
I’m home from college for the summer. I returned from from a big city in the North to a small town in the South. I knew going back home was going to be different given that I’m so different from when I left, but I had no idea what was in store. Everyone says freshman […]Read more "I hate the South."
Stereotypically most girls get emotional about sex. I too, was victim of this emotion but I learned at a young age to turn it off. Some people might think that’s unfortunate, but sex is just a physical experience for me. It doesn’t have to involve the complex emotions unless you want it to. So here […]Read more "Sex doesn’t have to be emotional. "
So my last post was a bit serious so I wanted to spice it up a bit. Let’s talk about my kinkiest adventures of freshman year. Since I wrote the last post on empowering women through sex, I myself have tried to do my best to live up to that standard. That means not […]Read more "Let’s get kinky weird."