About Ruthie


What is there for me to say that hasn't already been said? I forget who said that, but it wasn't me. I am here for entertainment purposes only. I am fond of chocolate, ice cream, diamonds, sex and cheese. You may send me diamonds if we have not been properly introduced, but I will receive cheese only from my friends, because of health concerns. I like to write stories about sex, otherwise, I'd be filling in the biography details on a different site, wouldn't I? I am not wishy-washy, I am open minded.

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singing, reading, music, and since this is a sex site, sex. I am very interested in sex. All kinds of sex. Straight sex, bi sex, threesomes, foursomes, spankings, bdsm, I'm a sexual person.


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Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 11 Dec 2017 16:22

I'm curious... would people be just as upset about this bill, had they not included the permanent tax breaks? Would you be more supportive if those tax breaks were temporary as well?

My reasons for opposing this bill have nothing to do with the permanent tax breaks for the upper brackets and corporations. I think that there should have been no tax cuts at all. The middle class and working poor are finally beginning to climb out of the economic ruin that was caused by the Bush tax cuts, and this is just going to tank the economy again, ruin millions of middle class families and move the countries wealth into even fewer hands. The inequality of wealth is this country is already worse than any developed country. We are heading toward third world problems.

Trickle down economics don't work. They have never worked. They will never work. Economics doesn't work that way. Economies grow from the bottom up, not the top down.

Topic: Do You like to give or reciever oral sex?
Posted: 10 Dec 2017 18:23


Topic: Which side of the bed do you sleep?
Posted: 10 Dec 2017 14:58

On the left, but I couldn't explain why that is. There's no particular reason for it.

Topic: Would you have coffee or tea with the person above you?
Posted: 10 Dec 2017 14:52

A pot of tea or a pot of coffee, as long as it's hot. Steaming hot.

Topic: Whatever happened to Oceanrunner?
Posted: 10 Dec 2017 14:49

He sent a message to his friends, telling them what he was doing, and why. I respect his decision.

I also remember several people leaving in a huff when the incest category was removed for a while, a couple of years ago. You can never please everybody.

Some writers had never published any stories on Lush except for incest stories, which accounts for losing some of them when we stopped publishing them. Oceanrunner's decision to leave was based on what he believed was best for him. He thought that his real life might be effected by posting on a site that publishes incest. I hope he is able to find a site to publish his stories that doesn't cause him that problem.

Most of the big sites, the ones with larger readerships, do post incest stories though. If you are going to post stories on a sex site, a major erotica site anyway, you pretty much have expect incest stories now.

Topic: might a woman spank her boss for his own good?
Posted: 10 Dec 2017 14:43

I'm not sure that this is the right forum to address this question.

If you're asking if this is an appropriate subject for fiction, though, I'd say yes.

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 10 Dec 2017 10:05

No, True life begins at conception and should never be taken unless it was done by forcible criminal rape or incest…. Follow that rule and you cancel the need for Planned parent hood.. What liberals do is their business. I'm just offering further options for my friends…… I'd rather see program of controlling future parents before they reach full puberty, thus the age 12….. We owe it to future generations and their tax burdens….

That life begins at conception is a common belief for those on the right. It might as well end at birth, since so few on the right wing seem to care about life after birth.

I think it is really open minded and big hearted of you to only want to kill the children of liberals before they reach the age of twelve. Any who escape your pre pubescent purge will be allowed to live, I hope.

Actually it is the Trump base who are clogging up the welfare roles and being a tax burden on America. The poor ignorant Trump voters who live in poverty and hate all the people you want them to hate so that they vote to make sure that billionaires can deduct the tax on their private jets. I care about those poor Trump supporters too. I want them to have equal opportunity and education, and a chance to better themselves in a more equatable manner.

We are on track to become the most unequal society in history. It is interesting to note that the new right is pretty much in line historically with the old right in wanting to murder the people who are different or who disagree with them. It's like living in the thirties all over again, and soon, thanks to the great new tax bill that the Republican party is foisting off on the American people, maybe we can have a depression every bit as devastating as the one they had in the thirties. Maybe we can get a real right wing fascist dictator out of this one too, oh wait, I forgot, we have one already. Trump.

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 10 Dec 2017 09:51

BTW.. I'm very supportive of Planned Parenthood and liberal abortion of their young. I believe they should be allowed to abort their children up to age 12… I'm sure the drug and crime rates would drop dramatically. I also believe the organization should extend
( court ordered of course ) Psychosurgery and spaying to anyone using their services more than once…We'd save billions in long term taxes…..

So basically, you think liberals should murder their children...

Isn't this a lovely sentiment on ckc's part. She'd like the children of her political opponents to die, and she believes that any woman who uses the services of planned parenthood more than once should be subject to forced sterilization. She also favors the use of psychosurgery on her either her political opponents or women who use women's health services. I'm not sure which. I couldn't really puzzle out her meaning here.

There are probably more abortions among conservatives anyway. The lack of sex education and the unavailability of birth control among the right wing religious faction gives them more unwanted pregnancies, and since most conservatives have the mentality that what they think is wrong for others is okay for them, because Jesus, the parking lots at abortion clinics are always full of young Christian women awaiting abortions.

Still, I don't think conservatives should have the option of killing their children. That is just wrong. They might try educating them, however not to hate their political opponents so much that they might grow up to want them to kill their children.

Topic: Putting Black Men in the Narrative.
Posted: 10 Dec 2017 08:23

Working on a project, and I thought I could get some opinions and comments from some of my peers here.

Not so long ago, I was listening to an interview with Khary Lazzare-White who wrote Passages: A Novel and two of the things he said struck a chord, those being:

-If a black man hasn't learned to love to read by the third grade, he's doomed.
-Black men loose interest in reading because they can't see themselves in the narrative.

One of the things I do is tutor ex-cons, specifically black men and I've been trying to incorporate reading for pleasure into that, looking for books that they actually enjoyed reading, works of fiction that I could read as well and discuss with them, not text books or books they 'should read', but books they could get into.

so, this one is for everyone, but i'd especially love to hear from our black community.

a) what do you think of the quotes? true? what about personal experiences based on them?
b) what are some good books to read that you felt put you into the narrative, that you could relate to on a personal level?
c) any other comments based on, in, or around the subject are, of course, more than welcome from the entire community. i'm also fine with being called out for being a social justice warrior, a dumbass white girl, or anything else ya'll think i need to be called out for.

thanks. :)


The love of reading almost always starts in early childhood. Children need to be able to identify with the characters in stories and books, and such a large part of early childhood reading is based on European models. There needs to be early childhood literature that young African American's can identify with. Reading to children is an important way to help them develop an interest in reading as well. Children who are read to are more prone to become good readers than those who aren't.

I'd recommend Colson Whitehead, Paul Beatty, and Ismael Reed among contemporary writers, and Langston Hughes, Ralph Ellison and Richard Wright for anyone with an interest in African American literature. Among genre writers, there is Walter Mosley, of course, with his Easy Rawlins, Fearless Jones and Leonid McGill novels, but I'd also like to recommend his R. L.'s Dream which has Robert Johnson as a subject. Eric Jerome Dickey's Gideon series, and of course, Chester Himes Harlem novels are excellent mystery books with black protagonists. In Science Fiction there is Samuel R. Delany, Steven Barnes, Walter Mosley, who has written science fiction novels as well as mysteries, and Maurice Broaddus.

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 09 Dec 2017 12:31

I am aware of some of the services they provide. That's not why I don't support it, in regards to some of those services. But, bravo to you for jumping to conclusions.

Just out of curiosity, why don't you support it?

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