Justifying the unacceptable, or acknowledging human behavior?
Might boning bolster a drooping economy?
Elder eroticism? You bet.
Flash, firecrackers, and the Fourth of July.
Fun with flash fiction fare. Fantasy… to fire up the weekend.
Now now. You knew I couldn’t resist a story like this. The Huffington Post offers a report by Debra Ollivier, exploring the phenomenon that French women over 50 have more sex than their American counterparts. At least, so says a study conducted in 2001, and followed up by recent questions from Ms. Ollivier, described in […]
The fine line between sexing it up and false advertising.
One. The ginger cat, posing like a sphinx on the gray front stoop, fives and tens stuffed in the glass vase on Mary Jo’s mantel, Michael Royal’s thin fingers on the clean white keys, folding chairs in the red kitchen, in the green salon, on the sloping screen porch, night’s emerging heat, its low music, […]
Nathalie Sarraute was one of the initiators of the nouveaux romans genre of novel-writing, a style that shuns the use of traditional narrative techniques, such as plot structure, characters, and setting. Instead, Sarraute and other practitioners of the “new novel” focus on presenting precise, objective narratives that are often episodic in nature and call upon […]
Corsets The satiny fabric. The slow and careful snap of the hooks against soft flesh. The touches of trim or lace. Strong boning that tightens my waist and accentuates my natural curves. Corsets. I love them. For some, corsets may seem the very antithesis of what today’s woman might consider acceptable, much less enjoy. Yet […]