Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Sugasm #81

Sugasm #81

The best of this weeks blogs by the bloggers who blog them. Highlighting the top 3 posts as chosen by Sugasm participants. Want in Sugasm #82? Submit a link to your best post of the week using this form.

This Week’s Picks
Do / Do Not (lafillemariee.blogspot.com…)“Do – stop in the hallway to kiss and fondle me before even getting to the room.”

The Red Cross of Fucking (perverselypoly.blogspot.com…)“They can pay her a “finder’s fee,” and everybody will be happier.”

Review: The Amputee’s Guide to Sex (www.radicalvixen.com…)“When he first mentioned it he turned his disability into a fetish.”

Mr. Sugasm Himself
Meet Lin Chong, Dong Assistant (sugarbank.com…)

Editor’s Choice
Mothers day 3 (joeheather.blogspot.com…)

See also: Fleshbot’s Sex Blog Roundup each Tuesday and Friday (Fleshbot.com)

BDSM & Fetish
Art, human condition and spanking (www.spankingwriters.com…)
Darkness (transformher.blogspot.com…)

2 comments:

{milla} said...

Interesting your comment in the previous comments (getting confusing) about assuming all women were submissives. I think there are possibly traits in many women that can be confused for that, a desire to be cared for, to nurture, to express emotion more, these are stereotypical female qualities, but generally i believe, quite apt. (Not always, don't flame me anyone). But the more i delve into submissive-ness(?) the more i see the difference between my submissive qualities and my female qualities. A serious desire to please, an inner strength that allows me to put someone else first (ssssssometimes) and a love for following strict instruction and having a plan. And that's without the obvious sexual attractions.

Anyway, quite different qualities i think, so i found your comment interesting.

Whew. Long.

--[milla]

Deity said...

{milla},
Some things that continue to tumble around in my mind are the inherent feminine qualities that imply submission. The simple biological act of procreation being one of them. And i say submission with the deepest respect that status deserves.

That being said, i do see a separation between submission and femininity. But somethings just naturally have a gender, and i have pondered whether or not "submission" is one.