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5 results for 'inkedlabyrinth'

No Extended Warranties

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Nov 23, 2011

Divorced men.

Are they antiques, used objects, or just innocent men who got suckered into an oblivion of sexless nights?

Most importantly: Can we test drive them prior to buying? How about returns after buying them? 30 days?Are all of his parts still under warranty?If not, how can we fix it?What if he has children? Do you truly need another toy car up your ass?

For many of you... I didn't think so.

There are so many thoughts when getting involved with a man with a past, specially if his past runs so deep. So do we simply neglect to view the obvious and decide to... (more)

Tags: sex, divorce, dating, men, blog, inkedlabyrinth, warranty

Words of Destruction

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Nov 16, 2011

You have been drinking… Beer, wine, liquor, water… more beer, more liquor and wine. You start to feel warm, satisfied, seductive, mysterious even. Your partner is near, he looks good and that smile has never seemed sexier as it does now. You wait a bit, your friends are chatting and there is no escape route near.

You’re stuck.

The heat within you rises by the minute, scratch that, by the second. You are drowning in an inner pool of thoughts, desires, and need. Finally, a wait out! You’re going home, you’re excited, divine joy. Nothing more than seclusion between you both. Nearly... (more)

Tags: sex, intimacy, relationship, inkedlabyrinth, anthropology, no sex, bad sex

I Don't Kiss & Tell

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Nov 13, 2011

As a friend once told me: “write about what you know”. That’s when I started thinking…What the heck do I really know?What is that thing I have and no one else does?

I came across plenty of variations which all came to the same conclusion, I’m good at writing. Yet I couldn’t write about writing. I know about sex, and well, I could definitively talk about that but then again… What do I really and truly know?What about my sarcasm and actual facts?What about my knowledge of all things true?What about my knowledge itself?

It has been said that a true writer is a scientist,and a good... (more)

Tags: knowledge, inkedlabyrinth, i know, kiss and tell

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

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

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