I've been here officially for a couple of months now after spending several months dropping by this site to read stories written by some very fine authors. I want to use this as my place to post my thoughts about enemas, pegging, being bi, heteroflexible, and finding my kink. So here goes and if you have a question or a comment, put it here and I will read it.
My husband and I are beginning our own sexual evolution and feel our renewed sexuality melding with our souls. Reading what others have written here and how it makes me feel and have an appreciation at what impact words really have. Some words are negative sounding to someone who isn't in the same mood that you may in or who doesn't have the 'right' to use that word around you.
For an example, I've read posts on the use of the word 'cunt' and how people feel about it. It's not a word that 99% of decent women approve of and we hardly ever use that word on even our worst enemies. But sometimes, you run across a raging cunt and there is no other way to describe that woman who has made you angry enough to tie 'them' in a knot, drop the mic, and walk away. I generally avoid using that word in my real life in public, but that may change in private.
But here, some people find that stimulating and I've uttered that word around my husband. He has said 'cunt' around me when the mood was just right like one particularly 'slutty' enema encounter we played out together. It fit the mood and I liked the sound of his voice when he said it. Both my husband & I are beginning to like the idea that 'cunt' has possibilities for us when he speaks it to me but it is something only he can say to me. It may not be long before he actually calls me his 'cunt' and already I want that from him. He just has to feel comfortable knowing that I will accept that and for all intents and purposes, I am my husband's cunt. He's not there in his comfort zone to call me that yet and he may worry about getting shot.
This is my start and I will try to make it easy on the moderator people and post here if I have questions that I can't find, or when I'm feeling the need to get something off of my chest.