humanity

Facts and discussions about humanity, its current state, and where its heading.

  • Miranda Jaensch
    Published 6 months ago
    Sense

    Sense

    His shirt smells of cheap cologne and his breath smells like beer – reeking of a bad idea – but when he turns to leer at you, you hold your breath and smile. You know what to do, the way to flick your hair and laugh even when he isn't funny, and he almost never is. He’s never really much of anything at all, and maybe that’s why you go to him, because you’re not really anything at all, either. You watch as his he shifts closer to you, reaches out towards you. In his hand is some fruity drink, more alcohol than juice, but instead of taking it, you lean in and kiss him.
  • Insatiable-ness
    Published 6 months ago
    Flirtationship

    Flirtationship

    Can men and women actually be friends without someone eventually catching feeling? Seriously though? Does it ever work out that way? In my opinion, I don’t think that’s possible but of course it all depends on the people involved, just never forget that we are all human (well, I have met some aliens in my day), but we are all mostly human. Humans tend to want more at some point either initially or down the line, but someone, either the man or woman, ends up wanting more out of that relationship. Think about it, you become so close with these “friends with benefits” and you end up getting sucked in somehow. Especially if there is great sexual energy!! Usually it starts out by getting to know them, what they like, what they don’t like, what turns them on/off, etc. These humans start to grow on you...You become comfortable with each other. You make each other laugh/cry/scream, whatever it is, but if they become true friends (ride or die shit), then they begin to accept you for who you are, your choices, your craziness, your flaws and downfalls, and they stick around longer than anticipated. There are many pros and cons to these types of friendships. Do you see how men and women really can’t just be “friends."
  • Konstantin Kalushniy
    Published 6 months ago
    Life Without Sex. Who Are Asexuals?
  • Joseph Crown
    Published 6 months ago
    All Sexual Fantasies Fall Under These Three Categories

    All Sexual Fantasies Fall Under These Three Categories

    Sexual fantasies are increasingly viewed as an essential component of a healthy relationship. Fantasies encourage and promote communication and the exploration of sexual pleasure between partners. Additionally, partners that share their sexual fantasizing tend to enjoy increased orgasm, arousal, and general contentment with their partners. These fantasies allow us to identify with and explore fulfilling desires that cannot always be realistically achieved. Individual scenarios leading to sexual fantasies vary greatly between people and are influenced by desires and real and imagined experiences, and can range from the mundane to the unusual. Fantasies are frequently used to escape real-life sexual restraints by imagining dangerous or taboo scenarios, such as rape, mind control, or kidnapping. They allow people to imagine themselves in roles they do not normally have, such as having power and control, unlimited wealth, attraction, and stamina, return to a state of innocence and enjoy being the villain to name just a few. Fantasies have enormous influence over sexual behavior, our attraction to others, and can be the sole cause of an orgasm. Every fantasy you or I have can be categorized into three categories which makes it easier to talk about and explore. These categories are Others, Innovation, and Power.
  • Lyrical Value
    Published 6 months ago
    Turn Off The Lights

    Turn Off The Lights

    "Turn off the lights...and light a candle..." are the words that rang through our little yellow apartment complex as my 7-year old self was swaying around not realizing what effect he was going to have on me in the future when I eventually learned how to TRULY make love.
  • HowToFind .com
    Published 7 months ago
    How People Who Don't Have Sex Deal With The Pressure Of An Over-Sexualized Society

    How People Who Don't Have Sex Deal With The Pressure Of An Over-Sexualized Society

    In fact, many people enjoy a full and satisfying life of sexual abstinence. Why, though, most people feel pressured not to go too long without sex
  • Authentic Slave Girl
    Published 7 months ago
    I am a slut. So what!

    I am a slut. So what!

    In my 15 years in kink I have learned many things. I think the most important thing is that I enjoy sex. But really I enjoy sex a lot! I like it hot, dirty and messy. For some people it’s not an easy place to get to. I am not a skinny Barbie type girl. I have curves and that’s just the way that it is. One thing that did help when I entered this lifestyle was to see that there were many different types of bodies and nobody seemed to really care. It didn’t take me long before I was naked at events and I never looked back from there. If you fast forward to the last few years after my transition I had to go through it again. I have scars on both my vagina and breasts. I didn’t want to people to see that at first. It took my Mistress telling me that she liked my body the way that it is. That helped so much. Now I can take my clothes off in front of people and I fully accept who and what I am. I’m a sexy slut.
  • Insatiable-ness
    Published 8 months ago
    “Ten Men Waiting for Me at the Door? Send One of Them Home, I’m Tired.”

    “Ten Men Waiting for Me at the Door? Send One of Them Home, I’m Tired.”

    It’s a lovely feeling having acquaintances in different cities, states and/or countries. As you can probably tell, I enjoy meeting new faces and personalities whether I’m driving, walking or flying to different places of the world. There is so much outside of our small little world where we live and I plan on experiencing them all one day, eventually. The experience of new adventures, new foods, new cultures, new music, new dances and of course new people is fascinating to me. Of course, there is always a goal to get laid by at least one local man or traveler. Not getting laid on a trip makes me cranky and nobody wants me cranky on vacation! It doesn't necessarily have to be strangers all the time, I have traveled with men too (just imagine those stories)... You see, I travel 3-4 times a year (whether in the states or abroad somewhere), but the intention is always to learn something from all these locations. Of course, if I fall in love with a place, I do end up going there more than once (usually not to the same city though).
  • Megan Long
    Published 9 months ago
    I'm All Aces

    I'm All Aces

    Disclaimer: This is my personal account of my sexuality and my experiences being an asexual person. Your story and journey of being asexual may look different than mine, and that's totally fine! Your story is valid and beautiful.
  • Insatiable-ness
    Published 9 months ago
    “There Are No Good Girls Gone Wrong – Just Bad Girls Found Out”

    “There Are No Good Girls Gone Wrong – Just Bad Girls Found Out”

    Do you ever wonder what made you the person you are today? Well, those thoughts always come to my mind and, even deeper, I wonder how I became a Nympho. Yes, that's the truth. Was I always like this? Interestingly enough, when I look back at a lifetime memories that I can remember, I was always very sexual. I was very curious at an early age (touching myself and experimenting) and lost my virginity at the age of 12-13. Curiosity killed the cat, right? Well let’s just say I haven’t stopped being curious and I test my limits all the time. I find new and better ways to do different things with different people. What’s the issue with that? Well, there certainly are negative consequences for sexually compulsive behavior, just to name a few: greater exposure to STDs, damaged/short term relationships, loss of reputation, sex becomes a way to numb out pain or loneliness, easily bored with sex partners, etc. I looked up the term Nymphomaniac in a dictionary when I was younger and it was completely relatable, which made me feel like I wasn’t alone (Geez, it’s in the fucking Webster Dictionary for God’s sake, it has to be real)!
  • Insatiable-ness
    Published 9 months ago
    Treat Me like a Queen and I'll Treat You like My King. Treat Me like a Game and I'll Show You How It's Played

    Treat Me like a Queen and I'll Treat You like My King. Treat Me like a Game and I'll Show You How It's Played

    I screwed up a few times in my lifetime. Who hasn’t? But I’m talking about real fuck ups that hurt other people close to me or myself. This story, I would say, was on the list of fuck ups. First of all, marriage is not something you should take lightly. It takes discipline, patience, understanding, communication, SEX, honesty, and the list goes on and on. My marriage, just like any other relationship, had its ups and downs, went sideways at times, good and bad times, cheating and lies, the usual shit couples go through, right? After I had my second child though, I became less tolerable and definitely less patient, especially because I now had proof that he was being unfaithful to me. I became very unhappy with my living situation because he was out at all hours of the night and I was home constantly with two young children with no time for myself. Everyone needs time for themselves! Everyone! The ex-husband, which I will call “Douche Bag,” became a little more distant and stopped giving me his attention like he used to. Duh, he was too busy fucking other women! Every time I would confront him, he would twist the truth and manipulate me to believe I was crazy and making shit up in my head. Guess what? I wasn’t crazy! He was actually cheating the whole 14 years (which I didn’t find out until years after the divorce)! Secondly, marriage is hard work, but when someone is being unfaithful and deceitful, then it puts a different burden on the relationship. Just so you all know, I was a good girl for 14 straight years (OK, maybe 12), but who's counting. By good girl, I mean I didn’t fuck around while I was with my husband. In this day and age, I deserve a fucking medal for that! My husband, on the other hand, was cheating for the entire 14 years (even when we were on vacation together). Seriously? I didn’t know it was that bad until it ended, but Jesus Christ the entire time? Disgusting, to say the least.
  • c. clio day
    Published 10 months ago
    Momma, I’m Asexual… But, You Wouldn’t Believe Me Because You Know I Lost My Virginity Four Times…

    Momma, I’m Asexual… But, You Wouldn’t Believe Me Because You Know I Lost My Virginity Four Times…

    Asexuality is complex as a whole. The various degrees of it are hard to digest as one thinks: I like guys (or girls) but I feel deep connections only after I get to know them. Or: I have no sexual attraction towards anyone nor do I feel romantic attraction no matter how well I know them. For me, I am still mapping out the degree of my asexuality. I discovered I am asexual when I turned 21. I am 22 now and do I wish I had known sooner? Not entirely. There is a huge possibility that I would not have thought there was something wrong with me and had felt the need to act out sexually in order to feel something. At the same time, I feel that not knowing and discovering something about yourself on your own, in your own way, is beautiful. It is like finding a dusty puzzle piece underneath a sofa after months and you are one step closer to finishing something challenging. Personalities, identities—the mind—it is all complex. I am not a complete rebel, but I do like to discover things on my own when it is against the wishes of others. Within reason. My virginity was one of these things.