By on October 22, 2013.

I am not sure I have many secret pleasure left. When you write an autobiographical sex blog you tend to gradually expose all your secret pleasure. No one sets out writing their blog with that mind but as you write and share, learn and experience you slowly strip away your layers, peeling them back bit by bit, like a slow striptease.

I can only speak for myself but that striptease, that gradual reveal has been just as much for me as it has for the reader, maybe even more so. My writing, my blog, has been once of the most intense and powerful self learning tools that I have ever encountered. In the same vein my self photography has helped me to really see myself and accept my body for what it is. I still have bits that I wish I could change, time is a terrible mean bitch when it comes to your body, constantly reminding you that you are no longer young and svelte and yet, despite those moments, I believe that I am sexy.

So when it comes to secret pleasures I know that by writing this blog, by performing my slow internet striptease I have essentially invited you all into the bed next to me to witness many of my pleasures but also my joys, triumphs, failures and faults. I have exposed the pleasure but I have also exposed the fears, the worries and the doubts. Sometimes it is not all pleasures but it always truth.

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  1. As we strip off the layers in all ways and expose ourselves, you can’t help but grow. Keep stripping it all off and encouraging others to join you in self discovery. HUGS

    I love how your words capture this process.

  2. This is my first time visiting this site. And I must say that I will be coming back for more of your post.

  3. Your blog has been a source of inspiration for me. Your honesty a refreshing read. Your photographs something for me to aspire to.

    I fumble around with my blog and wonder where I am going with it at times, but I will always be honest with it even if it doesn’t quite “work” at times.

    Keep peeling and stripping away those layers, as I for one love to see where it takes you and us as your readers.

    ~Mia~ xx
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  4. I like the “striptease” analogy but with me, see it slightly different.

    At home in my “real life” I have an image to put out – I am a parent so I have to be responsible and a role model, I have civic duties so have to be reliable and upstanding and I am a supervisor/manager so have to be uplifting and diplomatic. In many ways, they are “me” but in other ways they are not.

    My site is where I can be me, albeit with a cloak of anonymity: I can talk about what interests me and what I believe without worrying. It’s me and it’s liberating 😉
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  5. Definitely love the honest truth here about how writing an autobiographical sex blog is like exposing our every secret pleasure.

    Great view by the way!! It’s a super flattering side to you.

    xxx Miss July xxx
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