Only Slightly Vulnerable

I can’t make sense of myself anymore. I don’t know what to do with this blog, other than delve deep into the corners of my mind and haemorrage on the white space in front of me. I’ve not much to say about sex, to be honest.

I mean, I can tell you about my saucy wank-ventures. But there’s not much else to talk about.

I want to follow in the footsteps of many that have gone before me. Bleed words. Tell you about my life as it is.

Tell me, dear reader, what would you like to read about me? And do you think it’s sensible to move my erotic scribblings to another domain and keep this as a personal blog?

I desire to read your input.

And I promise, I’ll be as vulnerable as you want me to be.

But only slightly.

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  1. For me, I would just enjoy and see whatever IG is that you would share with us. For md that is what makes a good blog – the personal element. I say make (keep?) the blog about you. What you do, wish you could do, what you would never dare to do. As long as it comes from you. Maybe I’m rambling, but I hope you get my point?

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  2. At the risk of giving an answer that is essentially a cop-out, we’d love to read about anything you’d care to share. Thoughts on sex? Wank-ventures? Epic, multi-part fiction? Shorter, one-off stories? Memes? The goings-on at Stately Boyd Manor? Photos (even though technically they can’t be “read”)? Yes please. When we came along for the ride, we had no intention of getting off before the final stop. Well, I guess that depends on which meaning of “getting off” is meant, but I think you understand what we’re trying to say. We find everything you’ve written to be captivating, and we are unwilling to dictate or even suggest a course of action for your blog. Just do what feels right to you on any given day, and we will be happy readers.

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    • Thanks for replying. There are just moments that I feel like I have nothing to say on the matter of sex and feel like a total cop-out. xx

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  3. This blog is your journey. It never ends. We all check in; see how you are travelling. We leave our opinions, our sentiments, our good wishes. We enjoy it. But at the end of the day it’s yours to do with as you wish.
    My advice; do not become a slave to your blog or the perceived needs of your apparent audience. Make the blog work for you. Writing is a joy, a sorrow, a cathartic release, very satisfying and LOTS of FUN.
    So in the words of the famous Captain Jean-Luc Picard: “Make it so!”

    Catherine

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  4. Personally, I’m fairly envious of this blog of yours! It’s varied, prolific, intimate, well-written, thoughtful! I personally think you’ve got more to say about sex than you think!

    And there’s nothing wrong with wank-venture stories. I’ve seen some pretty damn good posts about masturbating and your masturbation, your exploration, your body, your orgasms, your fantasies, your fears, your desires… all these make for great fodder.

    Plus, you have your erotic stories. Those are wonderful.

    I don’t think there’s anything wrong with your blog as it is, but I can understand you wanting more and feeling like not enough. Everyone has those thoughts. Think of bloggers whose blogs you envy. Most of them probably envy your blog too.

    Sorry if that’s not much help though!

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  5. I don’t see what’s wrong with putting anything and everything here. It’s your blog and you’re allowed to write about what you want.

    I personally think you place too much value on your fiction as you think it’s what everyone wants to read. It’s not. It’s great fiction, sure, and there’s a lot of it here, but I don’t really think that anyone would chide you for doing the occasional post about your sexual experience. After all, a blog is as much about the person writing the words as it is the words themselves.

    Let’s go back to your stories, for example. Where does the inspiration come from? If you wrote a story about sex on top of a grand piano, for example, why did you think of that image? How did it make you feel? How did you feel writing it? Now to read that sort of thing would be very interesting.

    I say pour your heart and soul out in words. You’re good with words, and write whatever the hell you like here. You are, after all, writing for yourself, and damned be any ideas about what you think we want to see. Post what you want us to see.

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  6. I say write about whatever’s in your heart at that given moment. I’m sure you’ve cultivated enough friends by this point to say that your readers care about all aspects of your life you’re willing to share, not just sex. Just keep doing what you’ve been doing. It’s working so far, so own it, be proud of it.

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