Lately, the body positivity movement has been making some cool steps forward in fat activism and the visibility of fat bodies in the media. It’s showing up more and more. Refinery29 is running their 67% project, based on the fact that plus-size women make up 67% of the population and resolving to show plus-size women in 67% of… Read more Who’s Afraid of Fat Bodies? Stamp Collecting and the Threat of Fat Activism
I get a lot of positive feedback from friends and family about my willingness to step outside of my comfort zone in most aspects of my life. I’ve been told I’m brave on many occasions, which is always a weird compliment to get, since I’m not a soldier or a police officer or an activist.… Read more Doing Scary Things
Body modification has been on my mind quite a bit lately, because I have several piercings and tattoos and I’m about to get another piercing soon. While there is much less judgment now than there has been in the past regarding piercings and tattoos, a number of prejudices still linger, and I want to talk about… Read more Body Modification and Feminism: My Body, My Mods
Creative Output: The 365 Challenge Last year, I took the 365K challenge from the Facebook group 10 Minute Novelists. Well, that’s not entirely accurate. I missed official signups for the challenge, so I completed it on my own, committing to writing an average of 1000 words a day for the entire year. I knew I would… Read more Filling the Well: The need for creative input
When I sat down to do this 2016 roundup, I realized it’s been a hell of a year. People have been tweeting and blogging about the extensive shit of the year, from all the celebrity deaths to “he who must not be named” getting elected president. As I’ve sat here and reflected on the year,… Read more 2016 Roundup and Looking Ahead to 2017
Up until a few years ago, I knew I was monogamous. In fact, I knew my husband and I were both monogamous, and that neither of us was going to sleep with anyone else besides each other for the rest of our lives. Polyamory was not in the cards. I was curious about threesomes, about women,… Read more Maybe Three’s Not a Crowd: Polyamory Thoughts
Yesterday, Kate on Girly Juice published a fabulous piece called Meditation, Mindfulness, & My Slutty Mouth, which among other topics, discussed the meditative quality she finds in giving blow jobs. It’s a great article, and you should read it. When I read the piece yesterday, I started thinking about my own relationship between sex and… Read more Hit me with your best shot: Impact play and mindfulness
Thanks for participating in #geekykinkychat so far on Twitter today! Here’s our first milestone: an excerpt from EVEN ODDS. More like a sexcerpt. “What do you want me to do?” He met her eyes, his own sparkling with a barely contained smile. So that’s what they were doing, then. Isabel slid down off his lap and grabbed… Read more GeekyKinkyChat milestone: EVEN ODDS excerpt unlocked!
Just in time for fireworks, EVEN ODDS is now available! As a design manager at PI Games, Isabel Suarez is no stranger to the struggles of being a woman in a male-dominated industry. But when her team attends a gaming convention on the other side of the country, she figures there’s no harm in putting… Read more EVEN ODDS release: It’s a Geeky/Kinky celebration!
Folks, it’s June. This means that National Masturbation Month has come to a close. I know, I’m devastated, too, except in the way that June is closer to summer vacation and I love summer vacation. Since we’re wrapping up National Masturbation Month, though, I wanted to recap the month for you. Twitter Survey Results Here’s… Read more The Masturbation Month Recap