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Sinful Sunday 361 : Overstating

Posted in Male pubic waxing, Sinful Sunday with tags , , , , on March 10, 2018 by Accidental Masturbator

It wasn’t my intention to overstate my strength of feeling. Hell! I’m not even sure I actually did. The post title came first and I really didn’t give it that much thought. Do I really loathe my own body hair? I guess that depends on how you interpret the word loathe. Just as art lovers may see something in Continue reading

Provocative or provoke? (Poll)

Posted in Fixing a broken marriage, Male pubic waxing with tags , , , , on February 26, 2018 by Accidental Masturbator

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Two words. One adjective. One verb.

Provocative: /prəˈvɒkətɪv/ (adj) – intended or intending to arouse sexual desire or interest
Provoke: /ˌprɒvəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/ (vb) – stimulate or give rise to (a reaction or emotion, typically a strong or unwelcome one) in someone.

Ok. I’m cherry picking definitions here, but they are the definitions that concur with my perception of the words typical meaning. A provocative smile says come to bed. To provoke someone is to willfully attempt to illicit a response from them. Surely?

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In a few weeks time my Wife and I have Continue reading

Sinful Sunday 358 – Self loathing

Posted in Male pubic waxing, Sinful Sunday, Sinful Sunday Pick-of-the-week with tags , , , , on February 17, 2018 by Accidental Masturbator

Self loathing takes many forms. For some it manifests as a dislike for their body, whilst others dislike their personality. I suspect I am not unlike most people, especially the noble band of sexual misfits that regularly submit exhibitionist images for Sinful Sunday: there are some aspects of my personality which I like, and some I would willingly change if I could figure out how; similarly there are parts of my body I like, and others that do not take a form that pleases me to look at.

Mostly I’m OK with my body – I’d be happy to Continue reading

The women who invented the Brazilian wax

Posted in Male pubic waxing, Sexual politics with tags , , , , , , on January 12, 2017 by Accidental Masturbator

Originally published on 31 December 2016 on BBC News.
Written by By Vibeke Venema

Waxing pubic hair has become increasingly common, but how did the trend for the “Brazilian” wax begin?

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In an office toilet in London, young women discuss their grooming regimes. Jennifer, 19, waxes off all her pubic hair every month. “The pain is the worst thing I’ve ever been through, but I’m kind of used to it now,” she says.

“I prefer the underneath being gone,” says Lisa, 27. “Some people wax for the beach and other people wax for boys, and people who wax for Continue reading

Aesthetic progress?

Posted in Male pubic waxing, Porn with tags , , , , on December 22, 2015 by Accidental Masturbator

In the last month or two I have been hornier than a rabbit with fresh batteries. As discussed, a consequence is having viewed more porn than I usually might. And as discussed, I’ve been favouring amateur porn. Last night, my fantasy fodder was Continue reading

Bushes

Posted in Not quite about sex but ... with tags , , , , on March 11, 2015 by Accidental Masturbator

I needed something to make me smile today. Yesterday was a bad afternoon. Not in an earth shattering way, and nothing remotely related to anything I’ve ever blogged about, but it was just one of those afternoons that pulls the rug from under you and leaves you wondering what you’re going to do when your arse hits the ground. So I needed a smile.

This morning, just after I’d left a message for Catherine, asking if I could book an appointment to get my balls waxed (yes, Escapist Girl, I will soon be in a position to fulfill my promise at the beginning of next week) I logged on to a social networking site and saw the Continue reading

The case for the defence

Posted in Male pubic waxing, Sexual politics with tags , , , , , , , , on February 27, 2015 by Accidental Masturbator

As unique as we all are, as adults, nature has decreed we’re pretty much all the same … in at least one respect. It’s something with which we are all provided, and yet, for something which is, in a sense, as normal as the hair on our heads, it can be surprisingly controversial and charged with bitter politics. It is, of course Continue reading

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