Like most men, I am into breasts. All sizes and shapes. Love to look at them, caress them, fondle them and squeeze them and even spank them and put pins on them. I love breast play. And sometimes I wonder why. What it is about them that attract me to them. And I've just decided that is the way most men are wired. Just as the people in the D/s lifestyle are wired to like it. Or at least I think they are.
Anyway, here is a link to an article on why men like breasts. The authors contend it has something to do with breast feeding. I don't know I agree with that because not all babies are breastfed. Anyway, I will be interested in your thoughts on the subject. And since my readers tend to be women, I am curious what you think about men's fixation with your breasts. What is your reaction when they don't make eye contact and stare at them. And do you like the man in your life playing with them.
So here's the link and there's a slide show at the bottom about having mind-blowing sex. It says, among other things, that women should settle and should make their needs known to their partner.
Newsweek magazine recently had a story about a woman who can have 100 orgasms a day. It is apparently a real condition and can be a problem. It has a name called PGAG -- persistent genital arouosal disorder. It says the pudendal nerve is compressed and starts firing off at random, sending the clitoral dorsal nerve into overdrive.
The mainstream media continues to notice the spanking or ttwd lifestyle. Here is a diary of a woman who went to Las Vegas for a spanking on a second date. It appeared in New York magazine. Here's the link:
I thought you would find this article interesting on how women like to be kissed. Here's the link:
Do you want to share your thoughts on kissing?
I am sorry my links aren't clicking on and it all writes in one paragraph. I don't know what's wrong with my blogger. Would appreciate any suggestions.
I haven't posted much lately, but have been busy while making three short business trips. On one of them, I got to see my daughtger and grandkids and that's always a treat.
And I thought I'd share an experience about the other two. One was visting the World War II museum in New Orleans. I don't know how many of you have been to New Orleans lately. It's a tragedy what Katrina and the incompetent levee building did to the city.
But the tourist area is back and there's no better city to visit. Most places are in walking distance and the restaurants are wonderful and the French Quarter is always lively. And the beignets at Cafe Du Monde are always a treat.
But it was my first time visting the World War II museum. New Orleans may seem like an odd place for the museum instead of Washington but the boats that landed at Normandy were designed and built there by a man named Andrew Higgins. The idea of having a landing boat in which the front flipped down seems so obvious but somebody had to invent it. And Andrew Higgins did.
The boats were destroyed after the War but a group of veterans got the original plans and spent every Saturday for three years to build one to show at the museum. What surprised me is that they were wood except for the part that flipped down.
The museum is a look at America in the War, a different time when the fate of Western civilization was at stake. It wasn't a perfect time. Racism and homophobia and sexism were just accepted. But we did meet the challenge. We are going through a tough patch now -- mostly self-inflicted because the one per cent is doing a good job of trying to return us to the gilded age -- but we don't face the type of threats we faced then. We have to deal with terrorism but not with threats to our way of life.
Anyway, the museum has many interesting tidbits. For example, famed photographer Robert Capa took 106 pictures at Omaha Beach and all but 11 were lost in a photo lab accident. You can google the ones left.
I could go on but if you want to read more about it, you can google it. And if you get a chance to visit New Orleans, don't miss the museum.
And then I visited the Mall of American outside Minneapolis. It is a look at what America is like today. It has to be seen to be believed. It is built around what amounts to an amusement park. Seeing all the shoppers makes it difficult to belive the economy is sluggish. I'm actually not that much of a shopper but it is worth seeing. And there's a French place that has delicious chocolate croissants, which I love. And since it was the end of the day, they threw in some free croissants of a different kind. Basically, it is a fancy mall with a lot of bells and whistles.
I will soon get back to my regular scheduling programming but I thought I'd share some of my travel experiences with you if you are interested.
I found this post by Lil on face slapping quite interesting. Here's the link:
It doesn't seem to click on so you can click on submissivesanctuary on my blogroll.
Would be curious to hear your reaction to it.