From time to time, I get to thinking about this blog and its place in my life. I look at my stats and look back over my posting history. On the whole, this blog has been a positive experience. On the other hand, there have been a few hiccups along the way. I was especially hurt a few months ago by an online flurry of negativity. It really hit home and it upset me.

No more.

Now? Please. I welcome my visitors from other corners of the web. Please, feel free to poke around and read about my experiences. You might find that you can learn something. Or you might continue to judge me without any basis whatsoever. Either way, I'll keep being owned and happy, and you'll keep being...well, whatever it is that makes you so damn angry about what goes on in my bedroom.



taiah said...

Meh, ignore the morons. Some people have nothing better to do than be judgmental and I feel rather sorry for them because they must be some seriously angry, unhappy individuals.

Anonymous said...

I looked at the link and the only thing I could think of was, 'Yeah, that pic of the chick in suspension is hot!'

I think I'm a lost cause :)

Ros said...

You know IMHO trying to control the sexual behavior of others is a fetish of it's own. All those little societies and religious groups condemning this or that method of mutual enjoyment are just indulging their own individual little ways of getting off on power games.

If they'd just wake up to that fact maybe they could find a little more sympathy, hmm?

TrueBlue said...

I've read your blog for a long time, but I only recently got a blogger account myself, so this is my first time commenting.

Unlike taiah, I think that you should absolutely consider what the "morons" say. No one should ever disregard the opinions of others, just because one disagrees with what they've said. The fact that you can now read comments/emails from people who disagree with your life choices and be confident that you have made the right choices for YOU is a testament to how much you have grown since you started writing this blog.

Don't feel sorry for the people who don't understand you. Feel happy that you are comfortable in your own skin, and proud that you have the strength to get back up afer someone has knocked you down.


Kitten said...

taiah: I have ignored them until now, but I think there's something powerful in say "Hey, I know what you think of me, I disagree and I'm happy no matter what you think."

subletimes: Cute, I had the same reaction :)

Ros: You're absolutely right about it being a fetish all its own. (Plus they seem a little too titillated by our bedroom activities, if you know what I mean.)

TrueBlue: Welcome and thanks for commenting! I agree that knowing other perspectives is important, as is realizing that I'm happy regardless of what they think. It's a major source of growth for me over the past year and I'm quite proud of myself!