About PhilU

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My background is in hard (no pun intended) sciences, so sometimes I write stories as a creative outlet. Mostly writing for my own amusement about what interests me. Somehow those stories seem to involve quite a lot of sex (how does that happen?) Quite a few years ago, I used to read rec.arts.erotica and alt.sex.stories.moderated, and wrote a few stories which I decided needed to be polished more (and more) before letting others see them (so I never did send anything off). Years later, I find myself divorced and starting to write again, and perhaps being slightly less of a perfectionist, so I thought maybe I might share a few stories.

Still a bit of a perfectionist, though, and becoming very aware that there are some brilliant writers on Lush who put my own work to shame, so if anyone has time to provide any constructive criticism, then that would be very welcome!

I generally prefer stories which happen to contain sex, or at least where the characters have a reason to be having sex, so that's what I'm trying to write.

Oh, and the avatar's still not me, but I'm starting to identify with him way too much! I missed him during Halloween...

Name:
Phil Udont-needtoknow
Sex:
Male 
Sign:
Libra
Relationship Status:
In a Relationship
Orientation:
Straight
Location:
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Interests:
Playing football (which some ignorant Aussies sometimes call soccer) - I'd rather watch Aussie rules football, but don't like getting hurt enough to play that...and occasionally trying to keep in shape - gym, jogging etc. Getting to the beach or bushwalking (that translates as hiking/rambling/tramping). Also been exploring meditation and yoga recently.
Favorite Books:
Umm, how to narrow it down? Perhaps a toss-up between The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy and The Outsider (L'Etranger) by Camus... not sure what that says about me?
Favorite Authors:
All time favourite is probably the late, great Terry Pratchett, but also like to read the classics.
Favorite Movies:
Favourite is "Life of Brian", but watch a wide range of movies... probably more arthouse than Hollywood, and probably more likely something light and funny than something intending to terrify me.
Favourite TV Shows:
Anything but "reality" TV...
Favorite Music:
Should I mention that I was a child of the 80s? Umm, perhaps not...
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Topic: The Death Penalty
Posted: 22 Jan 2019 21:41

It is one of life's little ironies that the US, with its general distrust of government (e.g. they're not to be trusted with providing health care to everyone), is just about the only western democracy that still trusts the government with the power to end the lives of citizens.

And it's usually those that loudly proclaim the rights of the individual who have the least issue with the government removing the rights of an individual to freedom or of the right to life itself. Perhaps it's okay as long as those individuals are poor and/or non-white?

Oh, sure, the US spends a fortune on lawyers, so they should be able to actually make sure that no innocent people are executed... And yet, that doesn't seem to be the case...

So, in case you can't pick it, I'm opposed to the death penalty.

Topic: Why don't you like poetry?
Posted: 22 Jan 2019 02:23

I rarely if ever find the time to read poetry, which is probably my loss. I'd just rather spend what spare time I find appreciating music and novels and painting. I guess if I gave poetry more time then I'd find stuff I liked and get to appreciate more of the subtleties... but yes, I was probably a bit turned off the area at school.

And, with many apologies to friends who write poetry... well, I didn't really go hunting out a sex stories site in order to read poems...
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Topic: London bans ads that promote "unrealistic body expectations."
Posted: 31 Dec 2018 18:18

I'm not sure that I understand the outrage at the Mayor's policy (from at least a couple of years ago). Ads are already censored all the time. If the woman wasn't wearing that bikini (and the message was 'get nude beach ready'), then there's no way that that ad could be shown on public transport anywhere in the world, and especially not the USA. The religious right would have a fit about the effect it might have on people to actually see a naked body.

But when someone decides that a message that you need to look like a model to be 'beach ready' might have a negative effect on some people, then that's downright evil and a step towards book-burning?

I'm a bit torn on that ad, but there are plenty of other ads that I would prefer weren't shown in public e.g. when the image has been photoshopped, so it is an entirely unrealistic representation of what anyone could ever expect to look like.

I don't see that ads should be a highly protected form of speech - they're made by large corporations looking to make large amounts of money (and if that involves making life worse for people, then they will do so without a second thought). Journalism, criticism of governments, exchanges of ideas etc should be ruthlessly protected; advertising, well, I for one don't care...

Topic: Need help in writing
Posted: 29 Dec 2018 15:44



my office. now.

Yep, the pay is shite but there are some perks to the job... <img src="/images/emoticons/embarassed.gif" alt="Embarassed">

*Sits down gingerly and contemplates doing some actual modding...*

Topic: Need help in writing
Posted: 29 Dec 2018 03:10

Thanks a lot for the feedback! Maybe the queue is longer or less people available to review at this time of year. Wondering how I will be messaged i.e. through the site or via email. This is the first story I have written so excited to have it published!

You'll get a message through the site's mail message. You can set it up so that you get an email to your private email when you receive a lush mail (go to your avatar in the menu bar -> Settings -> Settings/Privacy then look for "Email Notifications").



1) how long does it take to get published? depends. if you're a gold member, the usual turn around is less than 24 hours ideally. if you're not, depends on how big the que is and what else is going on at the time. at present, it's the holidays and a lot of the mods have stuff going on with families etc , plus there's a competiton about to end, so we're green lighting all comp entries. usually, with non-members, i'm guessing the turn around time averages 3 days, give or take.


Plus, there's an awful lot of cricket to watch at this time of year...

Note that the mods are volunteers. Some (like sprite) do a lot; some... umm, somewhat less...

Topic: Midterm Elections
Posted: 27 Nov 2018 02:42



Some also say don't let the perfect become the enemy of the good enough.

One of the main points I did take away was that longevity has more input variables than simply healthcare or the source of financing for it. Lifestyle choices and how often people choose to take advantage of available healthcare services or not at all are also contributing, sometimes controlling, factors that many in the discussion tend to gloss over because they don't contribute to advancing the desired agenda.

The poor in the UK tend to make bad dietary and other lifestyle choices as much as the poor in the USA do, including avoiding seeing a healthcare provider until a condition becomes serious and maybe not even then, and similarly suffer shortened longevity as a result.

Whether treatment would be free, publicly funded, or paid for out of pocket, becomes irrelevant if people don't go for treatment in the first place.

Yeah, there are many other factors... but the chances of someone consulting a GP in the first place are quite a bit better if it's free (or at least cheap). And often that saves the system money (it's cheaper to cut out a mole than treat advanced melanoma... although, admittedly, it's cheaper still to let people die on the street).

And we may have to agree to disagree on whether the US health system is "good enough"...

Topic: RUMPLATIONS: Awesome Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted: 25 Nov 2018 15:41



Doesn't being unaware of rugby get you exiled or something in Australia? Or are you so caught up in Aussie-rules Football that no one bothers with rugby?

A glass of vino, s'il vous plait. (that's "please" for those who don't hang out with francophones).

Rugby union (which is what we'd call what Curvy calls rugby) is mostly played at private boys schools and is probably our fourth most popular football code. My understanding of the rules is limited, which is acceptable. Saying, "I like the team in black because the haka is cool," is, on the other hand, likely grounds for deportation (so, if anyone asks, I didn't say it). But I didn't care about rugby long before recent results... honest.

And I have nothing to say about cricket...<img src="/images/emoticons/angry7.gif" alt="angry7">

Un caffay, sill vouse plate (I had a francophone teacher for a couple of years... he was unimpressed by my accent... )

Topic: RUMPLATIONS: Awesome Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted: 25 Nov 2018 13:52

*whispers* I gave no idea what all this sports stuff is! I'll stick to rugby.

Definitely beer time here. <img src="/images/emoticons/pintdrunk.gif" alt="Pint Drunk">

What's this "rugby" thing that you speak of? Never heard of it...

Definitely coffee time here... unfortunately...

Topic: Midterm Elections
Posted: 24 Nov 2018 02:28



It would seem that going to a national tax payer funded single payer healthcare insurance program is not the silver bullet you seek either.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/life-expectancy-poor-rich-poverty-death-health-lancet-imperial-college-london-a8646946.html


The poorest groups in society are dying almost a decade earlier than the richest, new research shows, prompting concern that welfare cuts and a rising cost of living are leaving the most vulnerable “out of the collective gain”.

The study by academics at Imperial College London revealed the life expectancy gap between the most affluent and most deprived sections of society increased from six years in 2001 to eight years in 2016 for women, and from nine to 10 years for men.

Women in the most deprived communities in 2016 lived until an average 79 years old, compared with 87 years in the most affluent group, while for men, the life expectancy was 74 years among the poorest, compared with 84 years among the richest.



Yep, the gradual weakening of the social security system has been a bad thing. What? That's not what you took from that... oh, I see, the UK system is not perfect. But, as Confucius apparently didn't say (but Jiao Hong did according to https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Confucius), "Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without."

Any comment on https://www.theguardian.com/inequality/2017/may/08/life-expectancy-gap-rich-poor-us-regions-more-than-20-years ?

Topic: Make America Rake Again
Posted: 22 Nov 2018 04:36



At times like these one wonders if Chevy Chase is still falling down in imitation of President Gerald Ford.

You and M****** F**** should consider getting together. You could well be the next great comedy team.

Yeah, I know I shouldn't encourage him, but I couldn't resist. But then you went and used his name and summoned him!


I'fought forest fires before and raking is a big thing,... but I don;t think Trump understands the nuances of the situation.

"Nobody thought that this could be so bad...." Really? because where I live, 3 million acres a year get burned ever fucking year.

Maybe you should take that caravan and use them to fight forest fires?

I don't think Trump understands much...

I suspect that some climate scientists thought that it could be so bad and probably getting worse. It's supposed to be our fire season, not yours! (Which is, incidentally, causing some issues with the sharing of equipment and experienced personnel - https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/nov/16/longer-fire-seasons-threaten-to-disrupt-us-australia-firefighting-cooperation. There was also a woman interviewed on TV here who was preparing to protect her home from a bushfire alone, because her husband was in the US fighting fires there... in August...)

But a self-declared stable genius clearly knows it's nothing to do with climate change. It's all those leaves left unraked causing the problem...

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