Forum posts made by rxtales

Topic Any women like idea of watching 2 men together?
Posted 07 Feb 2011 15:25

I find it incredibly hot to see two men together. My first boyfriend was bi, and we would often as three somes with a friend of his. Most of the time, I was happy to just watch them.

Topic What pairing/genre would you like to see more of?
Posted 06 Feb 2011 17:36

oo - good suggestion, actually - Robot Sex!
Did you read Eutopia's stories?

Topic The 6-6-6 ideals of a guy
Posted 06 Feb 2011 16:41

Just that rule set in stone, or does it vary from time to time?

I mean like after a few drinks, does it go down to a 5-5-5 rule? And maybe the 4-4-4 rule from time to time...

Don't mind me...I'll move

There was this one time when I was Peru, drank a litre of beer, about a bottle and a half of rum, and smoked a lot of weed. The guy I picked up definitely followed the 3-3-3 rule, well maybe he wasn't that short, but the rest of him definitely followed that rule

Topic i have surgical scars. is it a turn off?
Posted 03 Feb 2011 15:33

I understand. I have a birthmark that used to be bright red, now the colour has faded and it looks like a giant burn scar. I hide it as much as I can.

Topic i have surgical scars. is it a turn off?
Posted 03 Feb 2011 06:30

I like scars on such places, they tell a story about pain and sacrifice in one's life. I'd rather have a girl with some marks than a brainless plastic skinned girl.

Exactly. I find them quite sexy, on both men and women.

I used to date a guy that had a very large one on his stomach. Without really realising it, I would always trace it with my fingers when we were in bed. It always use to bother him, and it took him over a year for him to tell me what it was from.

Topic Happy Birthday Dancing Doll!
Posted 01 Feb 2011 08:47

Happy Birthday

Topic Meeting Strangers Safely
Posted 01 Feb 2011 08:33

I have met quite a few people from online. A lot ended up being a one night encounter, some were relationships that lasted a while and others were just friendly meetings. I don't think I ever went to any great lengths to confirm that the person was who they said they were.

There was one guy I saw pretty regularly over a few months, and never asked his last name. There was no point. We met in the basement of his shop, so I felt fairly safe in that respect, but I never asked any personal questions. I didn't really care who he was.

To me, it's no different then going home with someone you meet in the bar.

Topic Meeting Strangers Safely
Posted 01 Feb 2011 08:23

If we've talked on the phone or the internet first and I get a vibe that he/she's a whack job then I wouldn't hesitate to bring a friend. Or a gun. Or just not go at all.

I think if you think they are a whack job, that should be a sign to just stay away

Topic Rim Job
Posted 30 Jan 2011 11:11

i like giving better then recieving - it makes me feel dirty... in a good way :)

Me too.

Topic Sheer Underwear
Posted 30 Jan 2011 11:10

I love them, and have several pairs.

Topic Egypt goes "dark"
Posted 28 Jan 2011 17:47

I am not sure if I have a specific question, but have been following everything that is going on in Egypt, and watching

I don't remember Tunisia really being brought up, so thought I would brink up Egypt, the protests, and everything surrounding it.

What do you all think?

Topic Happy Birthday Pixie!
Posted 28 Jan 2011 07:40

Happy Birthday!

Topic Gastric bypass surgery.
Posted 27 Jan 2011 08:54

That is just dangerous. I know a lot of people who have had gastric bypass, but a lot of times they aren't willing to change their eating or exercise habits, so they didn't really lose any weight, and it caused them a lot of pain. I think people forget that surgery can be dangerous and it can be seen as a quick fix, with minimal effort, but it still takes a lot. I remember when an aunt of mine had gastric bypass she would blend up all the food she used to eat. It's like she thought she she would have less of a calorie intake if it was in liquid form.

I had a cousin who had gastric bypass surgery and it helped him get started in eating more healthy and exercising. It helped motivated him, and see that if he put in work he could lose the weight he wanted to.

Somebody shouldn't have to gain weight to get help. They can get help without going to such extreme lengths. Find help for exercise and eating healthy. It's not a quick process.

As someone who struggles with their weight, I understand the desire to get surgery to help. I am no where near big enough to get gastric bypass surgery, but it doesn't mean that I haven't thought about other surgeries to reduce fat. Yet I have been losing weight through just exercising and eating healthy. So there just isn't the need to go through something that could potentially be very dangerous when I can do it in a healthy way.

Topic Tips for publishing a book for retail
Posted 27 Jan 2011 06:51

Somebody pointed me to this site recently which is aimed at all sorts of genres

Topic Writing in Parts
Posted 26 Jan 2011 13:02

A lot of people write their stories in parts do you tend to post them as you write them? Or write most of them before posting?

Topic Give me your best shot.
Posted 23 Jan 2011 17:58

I was on a bus today, and fell asleep. I was having a rather steamy dream. When I woke up a little, I noticed I was rubbing myself slightly against the seat and my travel partner was looking at me oddly. I was extremely aroused and very sensitive so the bumpy ride was delightfully torturous if a little awkward.

Topic How dirty and kinky would you really get?
Posted 22 Jan 2011 09:29

* As a writer, do you ever find yourself limiting or censoring how dirty or kinky you would get in a story (or what categories you write in) because you're concerned that it might limit/shock your reading audience?

I have a few very kinky stories that I haven't quite brought myself to put up on lush. It's not because I am worried about socking anybody, but they tend to be more personal stories that I want to work on a little more before I post them. I have had a lot of battles with the kinky side of me recently, so I think there are some things I am not ready to share, or write about yet.

Topic Parenting
Posted 22 Jan 2011 09:17

My mother always had very high standards for me. I got good grades, but by the time I was 16 or 17, I was just burnt out. I spent all my time trying to please my mother. Not only academically. She made me get braces so I would look less like my father. She had high standards for the way I looked. I have always been over weight and my mother was putting me on diets from the age of nine, maybe even younger. I could never live up to her expectations. If I became interested in anything she would push me so hard to achieve that I just couldn't do that any more.

I used to love to paint. My mother never paid any attention to it. Then, a piece of mine was accepted into a gallery. I told my mum thinking she would be proud of me. She was, but then she pushed me to paint more. She allocated time for me to paint, and I was forced do it. It got to the point where it just wasn't enjoyable, I could no longer use it as an escape or to express myself. Then one day I just stopped painting. My mother got angry at me for doing something else, and she burned/ threw out almost all of my sketch books and paintings.

I was so rebellious because of the rules and standards my mother had for me. At a young age it was doing things like sneaking food, and as I got older I was pretty wild. I used a lot of drugs and slept around a lot. Partly, because it was my way to deal with things, but also because I knew my mum would hate it.

I still find myself trying to live up to those standards, and I can't. My mother is disappointed in who I am, but I think I have been able to do some pretty cool things even if I haven't gone about them in the most traditional way.

I worry about my brother too. He is very dyslexic, so my parents have lowered there standards for him to the point where he feels he can't achieve anything because they don't expect him too.

There needs to be middle ground. Parents should try to teach their child to be the best they can be, but should also embrace who they are as a person. Everyone is different.

I said it once and I"ll say it again- I wonder if anyone out there doesn't bear some kind of scar from their experiences in childhood. I also wonder if the same is not true of parenting.

I have stopped resenting and hating my mother for things she has done. I know she was just trying to make me into the best person I could be. It was because she loved me, and it's not like she had done this before. I was also not an easy child and I feel bad for everything I put her through, and still am putting her through

Topic Ever gotten enemas?
Posted 22 Jan 2011 08:58

Somebody once paid me to give me an enema. First and only time I have ever had one. Not sure it is really my thing

Topic Females with accents?
Posted 22 Jan 2011 08:56

Doesn't everyone have an accent? Or is that a silly question?

Topic Sex toys website recommendations?
Posted 19 Jan 2011 19:50

I've bought a few things from

me too :)

Topic How did you first discover you liked reading sex stories?
Posted 19 Jan 2011 15:50

In school my best friend would flip through my books looking for the sex parts. We would giggle and then get books from the library to see how dirty the books in our school library could get. My friend would never ever read anything else. She had never read a book all the way through. So I would write her dirty stories every now and then. Then I think things evolved from there.

Topic European Men?
Posted 18 Jan 2011 06:32

Oh that is just rubbish. In reality, European men and American men don't fuck any differently. Some are good, and others are....not so good. Maybe in porn they do, but I haven't noticed that either. I don't think you have anything to worry about.

Topic Phrases you wish people would get right
Posted 16 Jan 2011 10:20

I always get the expression "play it by ear" wrong and say "play it by year"

Topic New year resolutions
Posted 16 Jan 2011 06:09

1. Be a little more creative with my travel blog
2. Don't start smoking again
3. Find a job as a dive master
4. Lose weight
5. Make it to university in the fall

Topic What sign are you? Part 1...Aries-Virgo
Posted 16 Jan 2011 06:04

I'm Taurus the overindulger(grins)

Embarassed yep, me too Pint Drunk

me too, stubborn as well

Topic Which improvements or features would you like to see added?
Posted 15 Jan 2011 19:49

Open-Minded/Curious as being you are not bi/gay/lesbian, but are curious about it all and might be interested in playing.


Topic anyone on here from Ontario Canada
Posted 15 Jan 2011 14:51

If you click on search and then members, you can search for members by location

Topic masturbation in public
Posted 10 Jan 2011 16:25

I moved this to the Ask the Guys section. It fits better here

Topic Golden showers
Posted 04 Jan 2011 06:09

I don't think golden showers are my thing, but I have participated in a few, and kind of got off on them. It's because it's humiliating and degrading. It's something I would consider participating in again, if my partner was really into it. It's not something I would request to do.