1. Which part of your body do you think is the most sexy? Post a pic if you dare.
My ass. It’s big. It’s round. It’s soft. No picture. I doubt I could get the whole thing in the viewfinder.
2. Which part of your partner’s body do you find the most sexy. Tell us about the time you first saw it.
I melt from seeing men’s forearms. I know, kind of strange.
3. Are you a fan of lingerie on yourself? Or on someone else?
I like the look of lingerie. I just don’t like wearing it myself.
4. “Fifty Shades of Grey”– Work of genius or complete twaddle?
I’m probably one of the few people who liked these books. I wouldn’t call them genius, but I am impressed that she could take fanfic that was only online and turn it into a best seller. When people criticize the books, I ask them how many million-dollar sales have they made on their own books? I enjoyed the fact that EL James was able to add comic relief in the midst of the sexual drama. And remember, these books were never meant to be a primer for BDSM and kink. That all was the background of the book. The focus was on two imperfect people who were trying to connect on a physical and emotional level. Now I await getting slammed for liking these books. By the way, I read them three times. I’ve noticed that the people who often slam me for saying that, have never actually read the books. Same with Harry Potter and Twilight. Another note. I first read Fifty Shades of Grey and Twilight because both take place in my own backyard and both authors did a pretty good job in researching the area. Not perfect, of course, but some writers who live in the Seattle area get some things wrong too. PS. Just because you didn’t like the content of a book, the storyline, the characters, the setting, it doesn’t mean it was a bad book. It’s just not your cup of tea.
5. Would you rather listen to a sexy voice telling you what is happening or watch a sex scene on mute?
Tough choice. I am very visual so I’d love to watch it on mute, but I also learn and remember better when I hear something.
Bonus: Tell us about a time you experimented with a fantasy and it did not go according to plan.
I’m still waiting for that to happen!!!
2 thoughts on “TMI Tuesday: November 24, 2020: Body Talk”
I enjoyed reading your take on Fifty Shades. I personally found the story line too fairy tale for my liking. However as you said each to their own. In terms of writing I didn’t like the way she wrote the sex scenes. I felt they were a little unrealistic. But have I written my own blockbuster series that was turned into a movie? No. So I will go back in my box now.
But that is a personal opinion, and that’s perfectly fine. It’s those who use their opinion to mean fact, and if they don’t like ain’t better be nobody who should like it.
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