About PrincessC


"The first thing you should know about me is that I'm a whore."

I stole that intro shamelessly. Actually I'm one of those chronically bored people who likes dirty stories and the people who tell them. I find that people who are sexually open in a true sense tend to be the people I never get bored of.

As for myself, well I write a little but I'm absolute shit at erotica and prefer the frame of post modern absurdist literature. I don't like to cyber. I prefer picking the brain of some of the wonderfully sexy people I've met on Lush and so if you're looking for somebody to type out a moan you're not going to find it in me.

I don't bite, I prefer a spank. So you're welcome to message me should you like to get to know me. If I don't respond it's because I have no interest in you.

Relationship Status:
In a Relationship
Local Time:
23 Sep 2017 13:11
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.
Favorite Books:
My absolute favourite is "Life according to Garp" by John Irving. I love Russian literature mainly: Notes from Underground and the Brothers Karamazov. I find psychological thrillers to be my preferred genre, hence loving the Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Stevenson. I like lowbrow literature too but I didn't think anybody reads this thus I thought I'd be a showoff.
Favorite Authors:
Milton, Irving, 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 makes philosophy seem like art. Any author that stops me from being bored is a fast favourite.
Favorite Movies:
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.
Favorite Music:
Anything by Led Zeppelin, Marilyn Manson and Catfish and the Bottlemen are among my favourites


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Topic: Introverts: Would you date an extrovert?
Posted: 21 Sep 2017 23:19

According to the theory surrounding the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator , your best relationship match is actually the exact opposite of your own personality type, except for the S/N scale. For example, the best theoretical match for an INTJ (like me) would be an ENFP, while the best theoretical match for an ESFJ would be an ISTP:

I’m an ENTJ and my boyfriend is an ESTJ, we are pretty similar. I think depending on your personality sometimes you need balancing or sometimes you can’t handle balancing. I have dated people who are the opposite to me (introverted to my extrovert as one example) and it never goes well. I become too dominating because I have a strong personality. I’ve always needed somebody to match that.

Topic: Look for some help or advice
Posted: 21 Sep 2017 14:01

Let people know you’re looking. Family and friends might be willing to set you up if they know you’re open to it. Also, this means you’re not meeting a total stranger. Else, focus on making yourself attractive to a mate. By that I mean working on your hobbies and your interests as other people have suggested.

Topic: Using your freedom of speech
Posted: 20 Sep 2017 22:00

Please don't take anything I have said as a sleight on South Africa or its people.

I am not denying that it is a diverse nation, and I am not saying that native culture has been erased, but you haven't rebutted my point that white/European culture dominates, or at least was at one time, in the same way that European culture dominated in the Americas.

So yes, South Africa has changed a lot, and its situation is more complicated than the USA, but I'm not convinced that I don't still have a valid point.

I don't feel slighted haha.

I am just saying I disagree, you argued that it is still a dominant force and I argue that it is just one force among many. The real problem is not cultural but rather institutional and that's not just a slight difference, that's on a whole different plane.

Topic: Same sex marriage in Australia.
Posted: 20 Sep 2017 21:52

My complaint about the money is not that we shouldn't spend money on pushing toward equal treatment of all. It's just that this should have been handled by our politicians doing what they're paid to do - voting in parliament. Just like they do on every other issue (including some that actually do affect heterosexual marriages). Then maybe we could have avoided some of the vitriol (from both sides), and the completely nonsensical arguments (from the 'No' side) and we could have had it done already and could now talk about something else...

Oh you're absolutely right with that point.

Topic: Same sex marriage in Australia.
Posted: 20 Sep 2017 10:24

I don't think it's necessarily helpful to talk about this issue in terms of money. Sure it's practical but how can you put a price on this issue ethically? I do think that if we refused to approach things because others were more vital nothing would ever get done.

Course I'm bi so I value these discussions more than most.

Topic: Using your freedom of speech
Posted: 19 Sep 2017 23:44

That's why I said it's more complex. Even though the predominantly white middle class are a minority, white culture is still quite dominant in South Africa (or at least perceived as such), and at one time definitely suppressed the culture of indigenous people.

I'm no expert, and this is largely based on conversations I've had with my South African friend. You have first-hand experience, and maybe you'll tell me I'm way off base.

I wouldn't agree with your friend at all. The core aim of apartheid wasn't so much suppression (although that of course happened and terribly) but rather separation. Im simplyfying my argument but an indicator of what I mean is though we are struggling with the legacy of that time, we have eleven official languages which are all in use.

Topic: Using your freedom of speech
Posted: 19 Sep 2017 07:54


EDIT: Also, in a different, more complex way, South Africa.

I don't understand the link to South African culture as used here, can you please explain your point?

Edit: I'm a South African, even at a stretch you could never say the colonial legacy dominated the local culture. We are the extreme minority.

Topic: Leggings or yoga pants.
Posted: 19 Sep 2017 07:46

Leggings are pants cause I wear them as pants. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/dontknow.gif" alt="dontknow">

Topic: Flowers on a first date?
Posted: 19 Sep 2017 07:45

Honestly, on a first date it seems like the person is trying too hard and it's awkward. Flowers are second or third date territory.

Topic: Should polygamy be completely illegal?
Posted: 23 Aug 2017 00:17

I don't have a problem with polygamy at all. I used to argue for it right along side of same sex marriage. As long as:

1. Everyone is over the age of consent
2. Everyone knows about each other

That said, it would make the divorce and tax laws 100X more complicated.

I don't know how I feel about everyone in the marriage having to marry everyone else in the relationship. What if it is a centric relationship (centric on one person)? If three guys don't mind sharing one woman, but don't want to be married to each other, I can understand that.

However, I could see having paperwork to make sure everyone in the relationship is aware of the new marriage. While I don't think your spouse should be able to stop you in this scenario, I do think that they should have the information to divorce you, if they like.

I didn't even think about the impact on tax or divorce laws or to how it would be structured. Shows how my mind works haha.

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Gazing Hell

Heaven was sold as a beautiful place;  filled with the golden light serene.  I travelled there with the fullness of grace;  ready for places I was yet to have seen. Heaven was there as a shining testament; to all I had done and all I had known.  Heaven was there as a glowing reminder;  of all things that I rejected once grown. I was never a dangerous sort;  heaven was made for girls like...

Added 24 Mar 2016 | Category Love Poems | Votes 2 | Avg Score 5 | Views 528 | 2 Comments

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 13 | Avg Score 4.85 | Views 5,534 | 13 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 8 | Avg Score 4.75 | Views 750 | 9 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 1,047 | 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 16 | Avg Score 4.75 | Views 20,495 | 21 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 37 | Avg Score 4.69 | Views 21,056 | 27 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 854 | 7 Comments

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