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And wild and sweet the words repeat / Of peace on earth, good-will to men!

January 5th, 2011

This month, M and I celebrated our eighth wedding anniversary, so if nothing else happened, that alone would have made this month awesome. However, lots of other stuff happened, too, to make this month pretty spectacular.

I got a job writing at SexIs Magazine. We had money to celebrate Christmas. M got to take a lot of time off, and didn’t have to do extra work to get paid for it.

But best of all, I think, is that we’re finding ourselves in a place of contentment, and happiness. We’re semi-comfortable financially. We’re getting along really well. We’re listening to each other. And we’re both putting our all into it. Who could ask for anything more?

In any case…

Shit I did on other people’s websites:

This month, on Eden Cafe:

This month’s articles on SexIs Magazine:

This round-up would be ridiculously obnoxious if I linked to every article since I post every business day. So instead, I’ll just link you to the ones I like best. If you’re looking for news on all things sexual, Sex Feed is the place to go. And not just because I write there.

This month, on Submissive Guide:

This month, on Fearless Press:

Other people’s shit:

This month in history:

  • I would be remiss if I didn’t include the signing of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repeal. In a few months, LGBT soldiers will be able to be honest about who they are without fearing for their jobs. This happened on December 22nd, 2010.
  • On December 1st, 1955, Rosa Parks was arrested because she refused to give up her seat in the front of the bus for a white man. This began the civil rights movement.
  • On December 5th, 1933, the U.S. government repealed the 18th Amendment, which prohibited the manufacturing, transportation and sale of alcohol.
  • Many Americans now refer to December 7th as “D-Day” or “Doomsday” because in 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor killing 2,402 people.
  • For the first time ever, British women were allowed to vote and run for office on December 14th, 1918.

This month’s food for thought:

Disclaimer: We don’t necessarily agree with or support all the posts listed here.  We just like to give you different perspectives of various issues to think about.

A dose of “Aww!” to brighten your day:

Sexual shit:

What I’m kegelcizing with:

Nothing. Nada. Zilch. I mean, I’m kegelcizing. I’m just not using anything.

What we’re wanking with (or just me, as the case may be):

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