Saturday, July 04, 2009
Next we are off to a dinner party. Well more accurately we are going to share a meal with lovely lovely dinner companions, then we are going to relax and let our food settle before we shift into play party mode as that proceeds the dinner portion of the evening. There will be dancing, laughing, friends, hot tubbing, a massage and most certainly some down and dirty sex.
I am very much looking forward to being catered to after my very long day.
Happy July 4th to all my American friends.
Friday, July 03, 2009
Thursday, July 02, 2009
Wednesday, July 01, 2009
We celebrated by awaking early, packing a picnic and going to the beach.
A day spent in the sun, amongst all the other nudists at Wreck was just what we needed. There were plenty of other perverts we knew kicking around to keep us lost in great conversations for hours.
This was my first time being naked and pregnant in public. As it was rather windy down at the water, I was oblivious to how much sun I had actually taken in.
Currently I am sunburned and exhausted.
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
By Bill Siksay
What are the limits of medicare coverage? Does prejudice against an identifiable minority affect decisions about who gets covered? Does “medically necessity” not apply to minority communities?
These questions are raised when members of the transsexual and transgender community are denied medical coverage for sex reassignment surgery (SRS) and related therapies, including hormone therapy, hair removal, and breast augmentation.
Transsexual and transgender folks have a different experience of gender than many Canadians. Some trans folks experience their gender opposite to their physical sexual characteristics, a feeling of being in the wrong body. To correct this, they look to SRS. Others experience their gender in ways that are different to the accepted binary theory of gender that says you are either male or female. These folks find their gender on a continuum between or beyond male and female. Some trans folks feel no need to change their physical sex, and may live out their lives as neither traditionally male or female.
Monday, June 29, 2009
"Fruit machine" is a jocular term for a device developed in Canada that was supposed to be able to identify homosexual people, or "fruits". The subjects were made to view pornography, and the device measured the diameter of the pupils of the eyes (pupillary response test), perspiration, and pulse for a supposed erotic response.
The fruit machine was employed in Canada in the 1950s and 1960s during a campaign to eliminate all homosexuals from the civil service, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), and the military. A substantial number of workers did lose their jobs. Although funding for the "fruit machine" project was cut off in the late 1960s, the investigations continued, and the RCMP collected files on over 9,000 suspected homosexuals.
The chair was like one from a dentist's office. It had a pulley with a camera going towards the pupils. There was a black box in front of it that showed pictures. The pictures ranged from the mundane to sexually explicit photos of men and women. It had previously been determined that the pupils would dilate in relation to the amount of interest in the picture. This was called the pupillary response test.
This is so fascinating to me learn about as I had no previous knowledge of this, nor have I ever heard a whisper about it from any source.
Can you imagine something like the fruit machine being used today? It just makes me sick. I am so disgusted that the RCMP were a part of such underhanded homophobic activities and on the other hand delighted the machine is no longer in use.
Sunday, June 28, 2009
It's worth having a read, the story, facts and history are fascinating as hell.
Today, Wikipedias Feature article on their home/front page is about The Stonewall Riots. Do you know the background on our kinky past?
Excellent timing for this to happen as this is around the time that Pride events and parades start to happen around the world.
Go and check it out for yourself, but remember, it will only be on their home page today, then after that, you'll have to source it out from their archives as any other article.
Have a great Sunday!