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Enticing Interlude

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Oct 27, 2011

As I sit on the sofa I begin to gaze around adsorbing everything, trying to find my place in this scenario. You pass by me a couple of times and smile, as if to assure me of my presence in this house, abandoned by its present owners for the night. For the time that you are not with me, I think about your hands exploring my world discovering new valleys, and deserts. You drink from my rivers to ease your thirst, and climb my highest mountains to view new horizons. With your eyes you hypnotize my restless body, and give me the strength to feed my untamable hunger. Your lips kiss away every spot... (more)

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Etsy sells Wood

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Oct 12, 2011

{"...Look! It's wooden. Yes, wooden!":: estranged look of disbelief::"don't look at me that way; it's very useful!"::more disbelief::"...I got it on Etsy" ::sly smile::::(insert ANY questionable expressions here):: }

As my friend explained: Etsy Sells Wood. Yep! Wood. Then I couldn't help but wonder: Wood? What was so amusing about wood? Isn't it prickly? Does it not hurt? Would I not get bruised or perhaps even splinters? What on earth is happening to this world? Is silicone or even ceramic not good enough anymore? Wood?! ::insert coincidental outrage here::

As some of you may... (more)

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Uneducated Blogging & The Unrelated Enemy

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Oct 8, 2011

In one of my emails to Inked_Labyrinth, I was asked about my greatest pet-peeve.What is it??Why is it?How can one learn from it?

The more I thought about it, the more I realized, I don’t technically have a specific pet-peeve, not just one, I have various. Yet if I was to pick one, or maybe even two, to be at the very top of my list; they would be Uneducated Blogging and Unrelated Enemies. I understand that many of those who do blog, do so out of their own experiences. Yet to give advice to readers who need help, through your own personal opinions and without further educated knowledge;... (more)

Tags: education, blogging, blog, friend, threat, enemies, anthropology, abraham lincoln, enemy, manifestation, pet peeve

Normal Sexual Behaviors, Paraphilia and Addiction

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Oct 3, 2011

“While human biology is the ultimate basis for our sexual behavior; culture and society are the most important influences on how individuals experience and express their sexuality.” – J. Patrick and Linda Wolfe, anthropologists

This is where variant sexual behavior comes into play and It makes me wonder: Are the boundaries of illness and disorder really so distinct? What is considered ‘normal’ sexual behavior and when is it considered Paraphilia?

First there is the criterias used to define ‘normal’ sexual behavior. Prevalence is where we tend to assume that if most people engage... (more)

Tags: sex, illness, behavior, inkedlabyrinth, anthropology, paraphilia, sick, sociology

Erotic Economies

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Sep 30, 2011

Erotic Economies better known as transactional sex, which it’s extreme is prostitution; has taken center stage in the process of becoming.

The Process of Becoming; ‘Becoming what?’ you may ask. - Becoming someone. Anyone. The very person you wish to be or could be.

“What am I?” – The question asked by many. Mainly followed by “Who am I?” and “what are we?” such questions are to make sense of status in an early relationship, a marriage, an erotic arrangement and so on. In order to accentuate and define one’s self. A series of exchanges occur and so these ‘exchanges’ are used to... (more)

Tags: sex, economy, money, relationship, stripper, denial, erotic, what am i, who am i, what are we

Uncovering Foreign Affairs & their Aftermath

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Sep 29, 2011

To many, Foreign Affairs mean a global stance on politics or even war, perhaps even the american magazine. To others, like myself, is a way of viewing affairs in a different, rather more common way: Cheating. This subject is more taboo than, let us say: Female Genital Mutilation (for those of you who don't know what that is; i welcome you to Wikipedia!) Anyways, the ultimate expectation is mutual monogamy, meaning 'not fucking around with others while fucking me'. Simple to many and so very hard for others... tisk tisk tisk. You can call it anything you want; foreign affair, cheating, fling,... (more)

Tags: sex, tips, cheating, blog, aftermath, affair, foreign, emotion

I Was Raised Catholic So Sex Will Always Be Dirty

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Sep 28, 2011

Let us face it! Many of us have once in a blue moon heard: "Your body is a temple designed by God" "Your body is sacred and so is the fruit within" "The body is not meant for fornication; it is for the Lord and the Lord for the body"

If you were raised in a religious home, this was enforced until you were either 50 years old or you deviated so much that you fornicated until your insides had rotten. Personally, I was not born in a religious home but it's as if it was. Old values were always enforced and with a Cuban military father and grandfather - Shit! You didn't even want to think... (more)

Tags: religion, jesus, sex, love, god, women, men, catholic, dirty

A Crime of Pas·sion {noun}

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Sep 28, 2011

This one has taken me a while to write, not because i find it hard to express myself but mainly because i did not know how to go about it. Nonetheless, i reconfigured my thoughts, my senses and now we can continue on... lately, i couln't help but wonder; is it a crime to be passionate about something else other than just your spouse/partner? Is it a crime to be passionate about your love itself? Is love a crime? Is passion a crime?

{Passion. Paaaaassion. Passiiiion. Passioooon. Passion!} No matter how you say it, it's a strong word - yet, why are so many people disregarding their love... (more)

Tags: sex, love, women, crime, men, passion, like

Por·no·graph·ic Antichrist

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Sep 27, 2011

Por·nog·ra·phy /pôr?nägr?f?/{Noun... go figure!} It's definition: Pornography or porn is the portrayal of explicit sexual subject matter for the purposes of sexual arousal and erotic satisfaction - (blasphemy!)

There is something irresistibly appealing about pornography. Not because its joyful to watch and get off with, but basically because it so forbidden that you HAVE to watch it AND get off with it. It knows the needs of its people yet denies any real or accurate ultimate salvation... Like the antichrist of Christianity. I knew there was some awkward relation!

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Tags: education, sex, discrimination, porn, blog, antichrist, inkedlabyrinth

Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Sep 24, 2011

I couldn't help but wonder how people would react towards blogging these days. In a nutshell, if it were the early 90's there wouldn't be such a thing. Most popularly, there were journalists and newspaper columns where readers couldn't talk or share constructive criticism. If Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City would've stepped out of the tube in 2000 and not in 1998, she would've been a blogger. In essence, "Carrie the Blogger" would've been a success! Yet it seemed as she was allergic to the internet and only used the famous Apple for word processing her articles. Therefore, "Carrie the... (more)

Tags: sex, writing, blog, carrie, sex and the city

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