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Tag Archives: Oregon Girl
She asked me, in a voice full of tears, “It was beautiful, wasn’t it?” We were both crying into our phones, our hearts breaking as it sank in. Â She’d just told me that she’d decided to pursue monogamy with someone … Continue reading
Sometimes what you fear becomes reality and no amount of affirmations can cure that wound. Â Knowing is definitely better than not knowing. Â Feeling numb is better than feeling anything, at least for a while. I guess I should write some … Continue reading
She came into my life like a lightening bolt from a clear sky. Special, unique, rare. That’s what Oregon Girl is for me. Within the love we are making, I feel more vulnerable and open all the time. Â She shows … Continue reading
I need you like water fresh clean filling me washing over me hold me up and cleanse me baptize me in your love . I need you like air clear fresh filling my lungs caressing my skin cool me down … Continue reading
My girlfriend, Oregon Girl, has a blog called Swimming in the Deep End. She’s smart and clever and writes insightful posts and sexy posts and poetry like this: real love tastes like freedom uncaged and limitless smells like petrichor earthy … Continue reading
I make love to her with my hands my lips, my tongue, my thighs my teeth and my cock I make love to her when I kiss her softly or more urgently I make love to her when I hold … Continue reading
It seems that I’ve answered this question numerous times over the years but the answer keeps evolving. Â So when Oregon Girl asked me this morning, I realized that I did have something slightly new to say about it. It used … Continue reading
I’m writing this post because of a recent question from the Oregon Girl about my thoughts on masculine privilege in female identified masculine-of-center people and how I had seen it manifest. I am going to answer based on my experience, … Continue reading
The Oregon Girl asked this question: Feminism, what does it mean to you? Do you consider yourself a feminist? If not, why not? … this was my response: FeminismÂ to me is a philosophy and life approach that sees all people … Continue reading