Right on sister!
Great article. I also love reading Lit stories for the same reason that I love reading many books. It takes some truths and builds a good story that only requires a slight suspension of belief. This is the same thing you do. As for different strokes for different folks, that's been true forever but too many just can't face the facts behind it. Oh well, their loss. Keep writing!
P.S. I desperately need the next Dr. Nix story. PLEASE!?!
It's always interesting to read a little about the writers behind the stories. I hadn't read any of your stories until I came across this.
I hate to admit it, but if I read your stories first, I probably would've assumed you were a male author as well. I think that's because we assume the author has created the central character in their own likeness.
Just as there's certain expectations regarding authors, there's also certain expectations regarding readers. I think most would assume that your readers are male as well. I wouldn't be surprised if there are a fair number of female readers as well. And they may not necessarily identify with the female characters but rather the male characters.
Thanks for adding some background perspective to your stories, and I think you've hit a lot of nails squarely on the head.
I'm glad you decided to share your tales, and a little bit of yourself, with us.
And I look forward to your next post very much.
this neat little essay. Also,your stories are entertaining, sexy and very well written with nicely drawn characters and I hope you continue writing. Thanks for sharing your fantasies.
Usually I don't like to comment on my own submissions and prefer to respond to private feedback instead, but I feel like this case is different. I'm glad this essay has received the support it has. Almost all positive, and almost nothing condescending. It makes me a little less scared for the future of equality. Thanks for commenting/voting and for those of you who sent me private feedback as well!
Because of demand like deadeye's, I've made Dr. Nix 03 my priority, so hopefully you won't have to wait too long. :)
Keep the feedback coming and I'll keep the writing coming.
What a treat to read something so smart, strong, and real. Your piece deserves to be in Huffington Post or the nytimes or New Yorker.
Though before embracing high mindedness too strongly, I should add the sophomoric, yet honest, comment: I don't just like the way you think...it gets my cock hard, too.
I look forward to reading more from you. I enjoy all the work you've posted here.
It was also pretty accurate. Why am I surprised that a lovely, big titted woman is also smart and can write very well?.... Because of everything I have been bombarded with over a life time. This girl has it all and many people are envious of that. This was a very reasonable, well thought-out essay. I, for one, have learned to better appreciate big titted sluts, although this lady would hardly be considered a slut by most standards. No one can argue about the big tits, however. Well written! Thanks for the time and effort. Were you in any DQS stories? You certainly fit the mold for the women of his world.
Admire away if you will, but assume nothing so as to brace oneself for you are sure to be deluged on one level or another.
I feel the need to remind my last two commenters to not just look at my profile, but to read it. Those pictures are not of me.
You have a brilliant skill in your self awareness. This is not a gift or a talent but rather something that takes work.
It is usually the case that we assume bimbo fantasies are the sole provenance of male chauvinists. I have learned, especially in the last few months, how false this is. There are several writers who either are or purport to be female, who are exploring this taboo fantasy themselves, going as far as surgery to enhance their bodies to fulfill their fantasies. I follow a couple on tumblr.
I think it is unfair the double standard women face with their sexuality. It is atrocious the way some men think of their wives and partners. The old adage, of which I can only remember part, about lady in the parlour, chef in the kitchen and a slut in the bedroom could not ring more true, the most important part being the slut in the bedroom. Such a woman is to be admired and worshipped rather than shunned and vilified. Humans are complex, multifaceted, of course we can and should want different things at different times and these desires cannot simply be ignored.
When I first found your stories I did explore your bio page and yes I took the time to read the photo is not yourself, not that it is important, but the primary thing I noticed was that you were female. This was shocking to me. However, the idea that you 'write like a dude' is strange to me. I found your stories did read a little different. You often explore the mind of the bimbo and this did suggest a different perspective, in hind sight it made sense that you were female.
I thoroughly enjoy your stories. I thank you immensely for this insight into you or at least this facet of you.
I'll keep reading and thoroughly enjoying, no really, "enjoying", your stories.
Have you read 'girl on the net' 's blog? She's covered similar stuff, being a 'slut' and feminism ect. I think she just brought out a book as well.
Thank you for voicing these thoughts, a new perspective is always interesting to see. I like understanding peoples thought processes and reasons for being, thank you for your expressions:D
I think you make some wonderful points. people get so worked up about things without taking them in the right context all the time. acting out a fantasy between two consenting adults can be the healthiest way to overcome gender equality and body image problems in a relationship.
Halfe way through your essay I thought "that girl obviously doesn't know what a feminist is". But then there it was : selfish demands against other women but especially against men. Demand as much as you want girl, doesn't mean you'll get it.You may be smart and gorgeous but being a feminist still makes you loose all of your appeal.
I rate this essay 4 stars, it was after all well written and interesting.
You seem to be under the illusion that feminists are for equality.
This is a common misconception. It's for women's rights. Women's.
Not only their rights but also, nowadays, it seems like it's for their privileges.
Stop calling yourself a feminist. The term for someone who is for equality across the board, not only concerning gender but also class, race, and religion, is egalitarian. Which is what I hope you are, because it's pretty presumptuous to call for equality for women but not extend that same attitude past gender (or towards men, for that matter).
Thanks for your comment. I am both an egalitarian and a feminist. I understand (and share) your frustration with extremist feminism and how the oppressed can sometimes become the oppressors, but don't let this frustration cloud your view of how we still need the feminist movement. I consider myself both because to reach true equality we need to recognize the ways in which women are still treated and thought about as second class citizens.
This is a complex issue and I don't fault anybody for not associating themselves as a feminist, and as an egalitarian, I imagine you should feel that I am free to associate myself with any movement I like, no matter how frustrated it may make you.
Thanks again for reading and for your thoughts.
Feminism has been hijacked by the extremists who hate men.
The trouble is that the rest of the feminists do nothing about the extremists.
They never speak out against anything anti-male.
Silence means approval/agreement.
Anything men do in reaction to their hate is viewed as anti-women.
I have witnessed countless examples to the contrary! The smartest, least reactionary feminists I know stand strong for how men suffer from our society's set-up, including myself. I'm sorry you've had such a negative experience. I certainly understand the anger that fuels the extremism, but that doesn't excuse it in my view.
I like your pride in who you are and your challenging cultural and sexual stereotypes People are caged inside their minds and try to limit others within their own narrowness of vision.. You have something to say to women and men about the critical projections we put on women's body types and sexual choices... Rock on!
I normally don't peruse this section of Lit , but today I found myself skipping around. I usually go to the top rated list of a section , and your story stuck out . ( no pun intended )
The first girlfriend I had in college was built just like you. She was about 5' 2 and weighed about 105 lbs. of the cutest thing I'd ever seen. She had very large breasts which stood out due to her body shape.
Needless to say we had a very good and satisfying sex life. Hey we were 19 !
Then life happened and we parted ways. She moved back to her native New Mexico while I stayed in Virginia .
Recently I divorced my wife . So one night I thought of her and did a Facebook search and I found her.
She was divorced herself and living in a Western state. Long story short , we reconnected . Things are going good , even though we currently have a long distance relationship .
Her breast' s have caused her physical problems , and she is evaluating having reduction surgery on her physician's recommendation .
She is actually having problems because her boob's are part of her mental image issues . I've tried to be as reassuring as I can , but to her it's like her whole sexual' self-esteem seem to be focused on her cleavage ( I guess that is the correct term for this in this conversation ).
In a round about way , I guess I'm saying that women's self-esteem seems to be so body centric , even to the point of health risks.
As a man , I really cannot think of a equivalent unless it's hair loss . But that doesn't lead to severe back pain and other problems that she is currently battling .
I'm sorry if I seem to be venting , but I guess I am . Sorry , it's simply something that is troubling to me and I have no one to really talk with about this problem .
I hope you do not have these problems later in your life . ( she and I are in our late 40's)
Sorry for using your comment section to vent , but thanks anyway .
I'm going anonymous on this because I feel I may have shared to much.
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