To all 24,362 of you.  I’m the person behind this tumblr.  I’ve been a bit MIA for a while, only posting occasionally, but I may have some more time to post as I have been laid off as of last month.  So while I’m not asking for money or anything you can do something very small to help me out:

    Using my Amazon code to purchase items sends a small percentage of each transaction my way.  It’s not much but it adds up and it helps.

    So if you access Amazon ‘Murrica from this link:

    Or if you reside in the friendly zone up north (aka Canada):

    You will help me out.

    I know there are folks from other lands who visit here as well.  I think, but I am not sure, that if you have an Amazon you can just add


    and it should work.

    The UK should be:

    ...for example.

    So bookmark it, if you even do that anymore.


    Happy Holidays to those celebrating, Good Cheer to those that aren’t and here’s to better days for us all.



    Abbi was smitten to say the least after finally hanging out with her long time crush and next door neighbor, Jeremy. After enjoying a few craft beers and discussing Jeremy’s woodworking projects, Abbi and Jeremy start making out. Abbi’s casual suggestion that they switch positions is...


    Someone turned me on to this episode and it is pretty damn fantastic.  I encourage all pegging fans to seek it out.


    Do women really like this? What's in it for them? Doesn't it make our wives feel a little insecure? Women want strong men to be their protectors but if they are bending over and taking it like a women, isn't that in some way a little unnerving?

    Are you from 1955?  Do you have such a narrow view of people, sexuality and gender roles?

    Do women really like this?

    I’m not a woman but I have a ton of female followers and I can safely say, without controversy, that YES, THEY DO.  All women? No.  But, broad statements about what all women want rarely pan out to be true.  Which brings me to…

    Women want strong men to be their protectors

    That assumes you know what all, or most women want.  It also assumes that pegging somehow negates that.

    Doesn’t it make our wives feel a little insecure?

    Since you wrote ‘wives’, I’ll address the question from that perspective. Aren’t marriages supposed to be based on trust, communication, understanding and love?  We all have our insecurities, but why would anyone be insecure for or about another person?  A woman, secure in herself, her marriage and her love for her mate, wouldn’t feel insecure about pegging, I don’t believe.  A man, secure in himself and his place in the world or his marriage/relationship wouldn’t need to ask that question either.

    bending over and taking it like a women, isn’t that in some way a little unnerving?

    Yes, almost certainly, that would be unnerving for some people.  I strongly suggest you modify that approach to fit your own needs.  For example: Try bending over and taking it like a man.

    Your comments come from an older set of sensibilities that are falling by the wayside.  The concept of the “New Alpha Male” pisses off a lot of people who think like that, because they see it as the feminization of men. Along with the new wave geeks and nerds winning over the jocks, (..which has happened, look around; We won.) comes a new definition of “Alpha” that does not include the older ideas of dominance and suppression.  The “New Alpha” is about embracing yourself and the world around you without trying to force it, OR YOURSELF, to conform to a set of ‘norms’.  It’s about having confidence, honesty/integrity, tolerance/flexibility, humility and the skills to communicate with others without trying to drown them out.  This definition can apply to men and women and none of it has anything to do with pegging that I can tell.

    Sorry if this came off as a little harsh, but I’m not just addressing you, Anon, with these comments.  I’m addressing a lot of people.  Also, I know that there are tons of people who do not agree.  If you want to have a conversation about it, fine, drop a line. If you want to shout angrily about it, then you have an equal opportunity on your tumblr.  Rant away.

    There is one question that I can’t answer very well without recalling things said or written to me, by women and that wouldn’t do their perspective justice.

    What’s in it for them?

    That’s an easy question to get an answer to though; All you have to do is ask them.


    Reposting.  A friend recently reminded me of this and I'd forgotten about it and re-reading it gave me a chuckle.