Sunday, 29 June 2014

Standard sex

The Londoners amongst you may have noticed this blog being featured in the Evening Standard magazine (http://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/esmagazine/sex-on-file-meet-the-londoners-steaming-up-the-blogosphere-with-their-bedroom-diaries-9562394.html).

This was a slightly risky thing to do for me, but I'm pleased with how the journalist wrote the piece (although I would have chosen a different erotica extract). It's always good to see different attitudes towards sex being addressed positively and with no judgement. I hope you enjoyed it.

Saturday, 14 June 2014

Just say it...

Men only think of one thing: sex. A clich├ęd statement that is, for most of us fellas, probably not too far from the truth. But you know what? I've come to believe that the same is true of women. And that they think about that one thing in many wonderfully imaginative ways.

Men have had it drilled into them that telling women that we like sex is creepy. So, come on ladies, it's time to step up. It's 2014. What are you waiting for? That gorgeous man you've been getting on really well with is no doubt too afraid to ask - time to tell him what you REALLY want. If we were all more honest about such things, then what a wonderful world it would be.

Tuesday, 10 June 2014

London vs Havana

They sure must save a lot of money on skirt material in Cuba. The heat in Havana is matched only by the hot chicas wandering up and down its ramshackle streets. It's pretty apparent that these lovely Latinas are perfectly comfortable wearing next to nothing and indeed the local men pay no more than the usual interest.

Summer, however brief it may be, has returned to London. Short skirts have not. The heat in the tropics seems to bring out the best in the sexy men and women. Here in the UK we seem much more reserved about stripping off for the sun. Well, apart from that fat, pasty git who sweats profusely. Maybe we just have a healthy suspicion that any minute now it'll turn cold and rainy.

Anyway, here's hoping for a long and sustained summer, and an easing of British sensibilities...