About PrincessC

Well I would say I'm just a bored human who enjoys reading lusty stories but that may be slightly too simple. So for starters I am a writer too, Trying to work out how exactly you write a "Lush Story" and a sometimes poet.

As for who I am I'd say I'm a bit of everything, I love conversation and debate and I am a huge fan of people who can beat me at chess. My first love has always been absurdest writing so my erotica is still in its infant stage but I hope to focus on it a bit in the future when I have some time to work on it in detail. Most of the stuff I post is what I've actually managed to finish, I'm awful at completing my work.

Sexually I am very open minded and interested in the views of others so I'm always up for a casual chat. I like men primarily but I've always loved women. I classify myself as bi-curious because as much as I love women, I doubt I'll end up with one.

I will not accept people who do not have anything written in their bio or have no avatar so don't even bother adding me if that is the case. I don't have photos of my face to protect my identity but if you have the burning desire to see what I look like you can always ask.

Also, I apologise if I fail to get back to you. Real life is of course my priority.

Relationship Status:
In a Relationship
I am first and foremost interested in politics and philosophy. I'm an avid reader and I love cooking which I balance with my interest in running and going to the gym. I am a post graduate student reading politics so you're forewarned that I love a good debate and indeed love a man or woman who can keep up.
Favorite Books:
Notes from Underground, the Brothers Karamazov, Life according to Garp by John Irving and the Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Stevenson but I generally love Milton and Blake so Paradise Lost and poetry collections are at the top of my list. I have to add Dracula by Bram Stoker because I think it may have been the reason I fell in love with literature.
Favorite Authors:
Milton, Irving, I love classical Russian literature. I am a huge fan of Dostoyevsky and Chekhov and I reread Note from Underground at least once a year. I have always been impressed with the writing of Nietzsche too, his philosophy is so well written that he has become my favourite philosopher of late.
Favorite Movies:
Haha anything musical or action related where there is plenty blood or singing and a mixture of both would be amazing. Movies such as Silence of the Lambs and The Shining are always good because I have always been drawn to psychological thrillers.
Generally rule of thumb for me is anything Christian Bale acts in.
Favourite TV Shows:
Well I don't watch much TV but I love Blackadder, QI and Castle.
Favorite Music:
The classics such as the Beach Boys and Bob Dylan but I do wonder into classical music every now and again and I recently started obsessing over the Black Keys again. Oh gosh I cannot believe I nearly forgot to add Led Zeppelin to this list. Usually I'm into Indie to heavy rock.
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Topic: Are *YOU* a PSYCHOPATH???
Posted: 19 Nov 2015 22:17

Well, let's find out? Do you exhibit ANY of the following:

Glibness/Superficial charm

Grandiose sense of self worth


Pathological lying

Lack of remorse or guilt

'Shallow Affect' Genuine emotion is short lived and egocentric

Callousness/Lack of empathy

Failure to accept responsibility for one's actions

xx SF


Oh great, I'm a psychopath.

Topic: I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted: 09 Nov 2015 07:10

It's not that I don't understand what you're saying, but it's too simplistic, almost childlike. If you're going to paint with a broad brush, at least give some context.You point to the bloodshed between Catholics and Protestants, as evidence of religious division. But that civil war was about economic inequity, and opposition to English rule. They could have just as well been dwarfs and elves, and you'd have the same result.
Divisions exist in politics, education, race, nationality, economics and science without ever introducing the possibility of a god. People can become psychotic zealots over the choice between filling potholes and building a park. We're adults, we work through it. Mao and Stalin dealt effectively with division and dissent, but it cost what, 100 million lives? Turns out Marx was better in theory than practice.
You believe religion is a net negative, I believe it's a net positive. You may be right in your beliefs, but my experiences take me a different direction.
Do you celebrate Festivus ?

Childlike? That's ridiculous. My opinion is shared by some of the leading philosophers of the modern era. Simplistic? Yes for the purpose of a sex site forum I summarised.

You think that religion is a net positive and you're entitled to your opinion. Religion does some wonderful things in the name of god. It also does some horrible things like creating ignorance, spreading ideological intolerance, gender and racial discrimination, repression and then of course thousands of years of slaughter. I don't really see the point of hammering my point because as I said, this isn't the platform to go into a philosophical argument.

Topic: How often do you get checked?
Posted: 08 Nov 2015 08:39

Four times a year usually since I'm still at university, it will probably be reduced to once a year now that I've graduated.

Topic: I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted: 07 Nov 2015 03:50

Man made religions to worship what he doesn't understand. So if man created religions, then man created the god he worships. But suppose there is a power far beyond our capacity to reason. That nameless force could be called anything. My finite relative thinking can't grasp the concept eternity or the complexity of anything besides rudimentary science. For me to argue the existence or non-existence of "God" with the limted knowledge I have would prove me to be but a fool.

It's interesting you said that, it's the basis of the ontological argument. But don't you see how dangerous that reasoning is? The ability to question what we don't understand is the basis of our rationality. You'd be a fool not to.

Topic: I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted: 07 Nov 2015 00:28

All belief systems are by definition exclusionary, anti-theism included. I don't get your point, unless you're in the camp that argues the earth is both flat and round.

You clearly don't understand what I'm saying and since this is the second comment I can't really avoid it. Exclusionary basically means the act of being excluded. Religion divides people into two camps, non-believers and those who believe. Within those camps there is further division between faiths who all believe they have the divine truth on their side. This creates even more exclusion between faiths. Anti-theism is against religion because religion creates divisions where none should exist. Like between Catholics and Protestants who believe similar things and yet murdered each other for upwards of a century.

Now I don't really get what you meant by that last little part of your argument but I tried to simplify it as much as possible for you. Furthermore yes all belief systems are exclusionary, that was my point. We don't really need to discuss it further if you agree with me. Saying anti-theism is exclusionary is like saying abstinence is a sexual position, it's misguided.

Topic: Breakups and Revenge
Posted: 06 Nov 2015 22:49

Revenge Your Ex
According to Kenneth Agee of A Foreign Affair, a service that specializes in
helping men find young beautiful foreign women, "The best revenge is to date
or marry a women 10 years younger than your ex. This will piss her off to no
end. No woman ever wants to be replaced with a younger, more attractive
woman. Just like a man never likes to get replaced by a guy who is wealthier
or more successful.

I will never forget one of my first clients we took to Saint Petersburg,
Russia." says Agee, "The client told me that two days on our tour was better
than two years of therapy. Having hundreds of attractive women fighting over
you gets your ex out of your mind pretty quick.

I personally went through break up when my ex ran off with another man. But
a short time later, I met a new lady who was ten times better. I ran into
that man who stole my ex and I gave him a big thanks. In fact, I could not
thank him enough. He was stuck with an older nagging women, while I was now
with a young, beautiful, caring women. Plus, my ex had gained about 100
pounds. I don't look at that fellow as any kind of enemy but as the person
who saved me from my ex and years of suffering." This is the best a revenge
when you win without lowering yourself.

Other sites like "Get Over Her Now" give practical advice and tips for
getting over a past relationship.

Top Tips from Get Over Her Now:

Start making platonic relationships with as many women as possible, old,
young, skinny, fat, cute or ugly. This greatly helps you get back in the
game of socializing with the opposite sex. And it opens up lots
opportunities to meet their cute attractive friends in a more relaxed
environment. This also helps you build your game and confidence.

This is terrible advice. I get the points about self improvement but treating women like a commodity is disgusting. It's childish. I particularly love the sentence that states "you win without lowering yourself" as if purposefully going acrossthe world to get a younger woman to 'win' the break up isn't pathetic.

Oh and don't forget to be human beings to ugly women they might have pretty friends. What total shit. Crap like this is why people get dumped.dontknow

Topic: I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted: 02 Nov 2015 05:19

Much of the aid work done , in the most dangerous places, is done by religious organizations. Harvard, Yale, Princeton, BC, ND and Oxford were all established as religious schools. Seriously, people who believe in God are distracted? What are the "real" issues? It seems like apart from one sub-human, subset of one religion, people of all beliefs are coexisting pretty well.

Unless religious organisations have the equivalent of the UN that I don't know about this is factually inaccurate. Also as for universities being established through religion, they have since largely grown out of that so I have no idea what you're arguing?

The nature of religion is exclusionary and that's why it's dangerous. That cannot be argued because it's there plain as day in the doctrine of all religions.

Topic: Chocolate or sex
Posted: 01 Nov 2015 08:34

Not even a 5 dollar chocolate shake?

Only if you put bourbon in it.

Topic: Chocolate or sex
Posted: 01 Nov 2015 08:00

Sex, chocolate doesn't really do much for me.

Topic: How do you feel about hairy men?
Posted: 01 Nov 2015 02:52

Hair doesn't bother me in the least as long as its trimmed a bit so I can see what he's working with. Chest hair I find pretty sexy.

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Stories Published By PrincessC
Looking For Revenge

“I don’t think this is working out for me, you’re too prissy,” my eyes shot up to look into Ben’s in shock. “You know I’m into you, but the sex is so staid and I’m too young to settle for it,” he tried again. It’s the kind of sentence that sends you into internal contemplation. Sure the sex wasn’t brilliant but I always kind of assumed it was his fault. Ben was of average build in that...

Added 15 Jul 2015 | Category Straight Sex | Votes 11 | Avg Score 4.91 | Views 3,807 | 11 Comments


In his eyes she saw what could believe; That in his body she’d find reprieve. The chase was short, for they knew; that lust was theirs and love was due. A message here, a calling there; fatal attraction beyond compare. His lengthy fingers and big full member; It saw desire and ignited the ember. The burn was long and all consuming; Stopping the need and then resuming. The...

Added 10 May 2015 | Category Love Poems | Votes 9 | Avg Score 4.78 | Views 487 | 10 Comments

This itch is more than desire

This itch is more than desire; It is an envy of your very breath for being inhaled Into the body of my such darkest thirst. It is the despair of every hair that falls From the perfection of the being that I most admire; The hair that that these very words inspire, to grow and bloom. It is the gaze I harbor only for you, your name and grace, absolute,  The gaze that wants...

Added 03 Jun 2013 | Category Love Poems | Votes 6 | Avg Score 5 | Views 743 | 7 Comments

Mr R takes me home

I have been indulging in Mr. R’s cock for a few weeks, but I feel myself getting bored. He refuses to get between my legs and roughly eat me out just the way I like and there are more than a few men who are willing. For those of you who have not read part one I am an eighteen year old with long hark hair and firm 32C breasts. My hour-glass figure does not leave much to be desired with my...

Added 07 Jun 2012 | Category Taboo | Votes 13 | Avg Score 4.69 | Views 17,165 | 20 Comments

Mr R teaches me a lesson

This is my first story so feel free to leave constructive criticism. I have always enjoyed older men, they seem to satisfy my urges better than any other could and, as of late, I found myself increasingly attracted to my lecturer. My lecturer was middle aged at late thirties and yet still held his youth in his well-proportioned body and broad shoulders. He had a dark tan which was...

Added 27 May 2012 | Category Taboo | Votes 31 | Avg Score 4.69 | Views 18,189 | 20 Comments

You are my muse.

You are my muse The tears to mine eye; The only path to fortitude The wind upon the sky. For the firmament is so pleased With all you do to me; That her azure tears Fill each obliged sea. So to the man who gives me all That a soul could give; To you I owe my very voice Without which, I can’t live....

Added 28 May 2012 | Category Love Poems | Votes 7 | Avg Score 4.86 | Views 623 | 7 Comments

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