My first ever topic. I've brought this over from my old blog for you to enjoy. Inspired by some advice I gave in a forum.
I've always been a fan of biting, walking out of the bedroom wearing bruises across my chest and neck. I feel powerful but also dominated. Wearing piercings is like a naughty present for him, but makes you feel so good — the smile a man would make, the cheeky twitch of the mouth desperately trying not to look smug, as he takes off your bra to reveal 2 metal bars gleaming on two very perk nipples.
I've always loved my body and have long time been a big fan of people loving themselves and being confident in that love of your body & self. Myself, in particular, I love and enjoy every extra curve, skin tone hues from top to bottom and yes, even my stretch marks, as far as I'm concerned are road maps to chocolate goodness. Even though we live in the day and age where it's easy to walk into a doctors office and order up a bigger ass, tits that sit up and a flat tummy, I've never thought of going that route. Not only because I can't afford it but also because I always get really nervous when I have to go 'under' for any type of surgery so for me, even if I could afford it, the thought of risking my life (you do risk your life every time you go into surgery...for real...don't believe me? Look it up then!) to let a doctor cut me up and change my body just so I can be what society now calls a perfect body is absolutely ridiculous. If anything, I'm loving my body, celebrating how it looks as is and my other half loves and enjoys every bit of it. Everything is perfect as far as he's concerned and that's how it should be.
It's almost one year since Jonathon Conte committed suicide.
So I decided to finally get over it and go get what is my last genital piercing. I wanted to write about it because maybe I can offer some insight to others like myself that found little information or experiences to read about. I am going to talk about a lot of things regarding a triangle piercing because I think that what info out there is largely graphic and scary stories that could easily give someone a skewed view of the piercing. Let’s start from the beginning.
If you get a new hymen, does that make you a virgin again? When it comes to vagina beauty trends, women have gone from just getting Brazilian waxes, to getting elective surgeries to make themselves 'brand new' again. Just as you would steam your clothing after it has been tossed here and there, now the same can be done for your vagina. Some of these trends make claims of increasing health and wellness, while others are simply for cosmetic purposes. Similar to the ever changing styles in women’s clothes, purses, and boots, vaginas also go through many different trends to keep them fashionable and stylish. Whether you choose to steam your vagina like Gwenyth Paltrow or fancy yourself more of a Jennifer Love Hewitt, and decide that vajazzling is for you, there are fashion trends for every woman’s lady parts. Next time you go the spa for a relaxing day of treatments and massages, don’t be surprised when you see “vagina facial” on the list of options.
People pierce and get pierced to express love. This may seem odd at first, but it is a universal trend that has been going on for thousands of years. And it isn't limited just to people who "get off on pain"—it is for everybody! Most women today have pierced ears. Why did they get them? Chances are they thought it would enhance their beauty, make them more attractive to the opposite sex. Having some part of the body pierced says something; It is a gesture; It is related to love and sex.
Ink was once forbidden by parents of the middle and upper class, across a country deeply divided by wealth and politics. As a generation has turned over since the more conservative later 20th century, there is renewed interest in self assertion, self actualization and self expression. An era of tattoo models, once allocated to a small sub niche culture has gained significant momentum since the turn of the century. The hottest models have evolved into commercial brands and hot hosts of tattoo culture. The millennials were born to parents who were once denied the privilege of ink. They turn a blind eye and live vicariously through a generation more tatted than any that came before them. Women were once second class citizens in the tattoo community. As much as the previous century did for women's political rights, and equality in the work force, the 21st century is responsible for equality in the tattoo parlors and biker clubs. Todays women where their tattoos proudly, baring public messages on private parts.
You know she’s a keeper if the curtains match the drapes. Redheads have a certain sex appeal that blondes and brunettes just don’t understand. Plus, when it comes to being a Suicide Girl, redheads reach a whole new level of sexiness. Like any other social movement, women’s liberation is championed in different ways. Some fight to end modeling, Hooters, and porn. Thankfully, others take the exact opposite approach. These women reclaim their sexuality for themselves and proudly show it off. Usually, Angels, Bunnies, and Penthouse Pets come to mind, but recently modeling has seen an influx of dreadlocks, colored hair, tattoos, and piercings. Alternative beauty and indie culture are celebrated around the world, and the website suicidegirls.com has made a run for the most popular. Since 2001, Suicide Girls (SG) has been the place to go if you want ultra hot alternative girls posing provocatively. These are some of the sexiest, smartest, most dangerous outsider women in the world and they maintain tasteful eroticism without slipping into the hardcore porn category.