Who? Why? What? When?
Accidental masturbator (or AM to his friends in the blogosphere) is a married, British man in his early 40s. He thinks about sex a lot, possibly more than any other subject. He also jerks off lot; in his younger days, as often as 3 or 4 times every day, but he’s slowing down now, and averages 4 to 6 times most weeks. However, occasionally he’ll still bash out 2 or 3 in a day.
AM chose his nom de plume because he never intended to become such a regular wanker, or certainly not having settled down with a long term partner. But his marital bed has never been particularly busy, and of the dozen women he has had sex with, his Wife is the least sexual. At their best, they have fucked a couple of times a month, maybe three, but this has decreased dramatically over the years they have been married, and in the first year this of blog, they went 7 months without a shag, and barely even hugged. It was a difficult time, and there are still many issues to be resolved. Driven, as he is, by his cock, to compensate for the unforseen lack of sex, AM wanks.
Described by one reader as a kinky little thing, AM is not afraid to experiment with sex, and has a lot of fun in the process. He is a big fan (and critic) of porn, with his favourite genres being amateur and vintage. He has a good collection of sex toys, ranging from male masturbators to those most often associated with BDSM, and loves wearing interesting underwear and especially rubber. That said, his marriage is decidedly vanilla, and his Wife is almost completely unaware of AM’s kinks.
AM’s first attempt at blogging was back in about 2007 and saw a hand-full of posts on myspace. It was just a bit of frivoulous titillation, with no real purpose other than to give him a platform to eulogise on his favourite subject. It never really got very far, but at the end of 2011, whilst AM was googling strap-on sex, he stumbled across a WordPress blog post on pegging. It reminded him of his own dormant blog, and inspired him to start again.
Whilst sex is this blog’s raison d’être, it is not just about fucking and wanking. AM writes about his own sex life (with others and solo) and his sexuality, comments on sex topics he finds across the media, and will sometimes share his thoughts on sexual politics. But he also discusses matters that are less sexual, like the mechanics or urinating, or marriage counselling. However, there is invariably a sexual angle to posts. Although he never expected to write so much about his own relationship, this has also become an arena for AM to vent his frustration, and mull over the complexities of his own marriage.
There are a few things worth knowing about this blog:
AM is never shy of using words like cock, cunt and cum – indeed, he gets off on using explicit language at every opportunity – and pornographic images are scattered through many of his posts. So his articles should definitely be considered NSFW (Not Safe For Work). He also likes to post sexual pictures of himself from time to time in Members Only posts.
Comments are the lifeblood of AM’s blogging, and are positively encouraged. Despite the anonymity of the internet, this has lead AM to discover real friendships with fellow bloggers, many of whom have equally dysfunctional sex lives.
Sometimes AM has engaged in long comment conversations and then deleted them. That is rarely a reflection on the contents of the dialogue, but a long conversation between two indivifuals can sometimes be a little distracting for others reading the post or wanting to coment. Deletion of such is never intended to cause offence.
AM tries to post an entry every few days. Sometimes it’s more, especially if there is something significant going on between him and his Wife.
In his early days on WP, AM read an article on How To Write A Blog. It recommended keeping posts to no more than 1000 words. He frequently fails to comply with this, but most posts do not exceede 1500.
When he started blogging, AM hadn’t come across the use of Upper-Case/lower-case to indicate D/s (Dominant/submissive) dynamics. For one thing D/s isn’t really his thing … except for the occasional game. He didn’t want to use his Wife’s name, or an initial, but still wanted to make it apparent when he was talking about Her. Using a capital initial for the respective pronouns etc was an easy way to do that, and also felt indicative of a degree of respect for his Wife as a person – a bit like giving Her a name (as opposed to signalling the deference of D/s). Having discovered the D/s nomenclature, AM did wonder whether his use of it might cause confusion, but by that stage a) he had been using it for a while and a change could be (mis)interpreted by readers, and b) he just liked using it. (You may also notice he often uses “Dear Reader” in a similar way.) His use of this style should not be taken to imply any conscious sexual pecking order in his marriage.