The sad truth is that there are a lot of aspects of my work that are dishonest. I dishonestly use a false name, I dishonestly pretend to be turned on by clients or activities that hold little appeal for me, I dishonestly portray myself as ecstatically happy even when I’m in the throes of severe depressive episodes. More
Jennifer‘s post the other day about “good” reasons to fake an orgasm left me feeling somewhat conflicted. On the one hand, obviously you can do whatever you like in bed, and it’s none of my business. IT’S YOUR FUNERAL. On the other, I think you are doing yourself and others a disservice in a variety of ways if you “fake it.” I’ve used Kim Kardashian as the main image for this post because she’s a big, fake faker who almost definitely fakes her orgasms in her sex tapes and all the rest of the time, too. More
when they do the insider scoop stories – you know, the “what your cleaning lady won’t tell you,” or “10 things to ask your hair dresser.”
So when they wrote a piece about 13 Things Your Marriage Counselor Won’t Tell You, I felt compelled to share with the ladies at TheGloss the post and my married-girl’s commentary on the juiciest bits. More
Recently, Lemondrop wrote a post about whether you should tell your partner how many people you’ve had sex with. Not only is the answer to that question “No,” there are many other things that you should tell your partner instead.
•Whether you’ve have or had any STDs. This one should go without saying.
•What kind of contraception you’re using or would prefer to use. I use the NuvaRing, so I often have to explain to guys what it is. Since they can feel and notice it during sex, a little context goes a long way. Also, if he is about to pull out a condom, this is a good time to mention your latex allergy. More