Posts Tagged ‘Sexual’


Great Kissers: Crafted by the Single & Double Reed

September 10, 2008

For reasons you could probably guess, I had kissing on my mind recently. I like to think I’ve done quite a bit of it in my time because I just love it so, so much. 


I like all the things that kissing brings to the table – you can certainly tell the dynamic of the rest of the evening with the passion and involvement of a kiss. I happen to how dominant types kiss and they’re probably my favorite – even a single touch of the lips engages the whole body and an intense mixture of anxiety and excitement course through me. I really haven’t switched enough to report on sub kissing, although my experience so far has been pretty nice.


 But on to what this post is really about.


I’m a former band geek – I did ensembles, orchestra, pep band, various


Kissing: Instrumental

band activities, music theory, and marching band and generally spent far too much time in the music rooms. That being said,I was a terrible musician ; I hated practicing and still have problems sight-reading. However, about four years on the bassoon and flute and two on clarinet, I have to think my lip/tongue control was freaking amazingly fantastic. And my sax playing bf very quickly got into the swing of things – I still say he is the most powerful kisser I’ve ever met. Just perfect control, rhythm and diversity.


And having kissed clarinet players as well, I might conclude that this astounding kissing ability is confined to the woodwind section. There are probably some decent kissers in other instrument families but I have yet to encounter any of them – even this one smokin young percussionist lady at Apex ruined a perfectly sexy moment with a sloppy kiss. Should I have expected her to be better with her hands? Yes. Was she? No.


It’s probably wrong of me to assign sexual ability to a musical one. I can’t help it though with my experience being what it has been – I’ll be waiting for you string/percussion/brass/keyboard people to prove yourselves.


Guys Gone Wild – What Straight Women Crave (??)

August 3, 2008

Last night my friends ( two girls and a guy) and I decided to watch the original Guys Gone Wild. I didn’t know what to expect; having seen a number of Girls Gone Wild movies I wondered what ultimately dissatisfying softcore teases would await me with regards to college guys. To my amazement, the Guys Gone Wild movie mirrored the Girls version almost EXACTLY:

– Guys bared their chests and asses usually in the shower while soaping up their [flaccid] genitals

– The camerawomen goaded shit-housed, fairly reluctant guys to do whatever they wanted them to with little to no incentive

– Streaking, drunken yells, dancing, drinking, shotty camerawork, “WOOO CANCUN WOOOO” were all ..yeah you get the picture.

The one thing missing however was the homosexual interaction, a near signature part of any GirlsGW movie. So, we waited like fools for men to make out – it got really close at some points – but it never happened. We were briefly entertained by drunken ramblings, half assed meatspin attempts and a handstand but eventually had to look elsewhere for decent entertainment (we later turned to Puppetry of the Penis, porn bloopers and

Maybe I’m not boy crazy or straight enough, but I just can’t imagine any woman getting turned on by these videos. They aren’t particularly insightful, voyeuristic or rare visions, which I think is the idea behind GirlsGW; I know for a fact that most [American] college guys would be willing to show their goods sans alcohol, any incentive whatsoever or shame. It’s also likely that I’m uncomfortable with this kind of objectification of men in porn probably due to the fact that’s it’s tough to come by elsewhere. Men on the other end of leashes, whips, and verbal abuse don’t rub me the wrong way like camerawomen lying to them (oh you’re SO HOT, yum, etc) to get them to strip.

Maybe when I’m older I’ll long for the time frat boys were willing to drunkenly drop trou’ for me. Maybe.

In my heart though I know the Girl’s Gone Wild people made this to diffuse some of the concerns on the company’s objectification/mistreatment/disrespect of women.