Posts Tagged ‘twitter’

Things I Learned On Twitter Today

August 6th, 2015 Comments off
  1. I’m a super shitty slave because I dare to correct strange dominants on the intarwebz.
  2. Refusing to ‘admit’ I’m wrong when I didn’t actually do anything wrong makes me a ‘bratty little girl’.
  3. Dominants are children who can’t hold their own in a debate and must be defended by their submissives.
  4. When your dominant’s overinflated ego enables him to take a stranger’s words wrong, and he throws a temper tantrum, you should spend half your morning dissing the stranger, their relationship, and their dominant partner without knowing the first thing about them, because that’s not at all disrespectful.
  5. When the stranger calls you out on your hypocrisy, be sure to back pedal while maintaining a superior attitude.
  6. The submissive with the most followers on their side wins kink, kthxbai.
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Don’t call me baby.

December 22nd, 2014 6 comments

Do you remember this post I wrote back in May 2013? I won’t blame you if you don’t. There are so freakin many posts with similar points floating around the sex blogosphere that even as I wrote it, I felt like one person in the middle of Times Square at the stroke of New Year’s trying to make sure my Auld Lang Syne was heard over everyone else’s.

Plus, that was almost two years ago. So, you know, I’ll pretend my feelings aren’t hurt. ~dramatic sniffle~

So I wrote it for a couple reasons (mentioned in the post), but the straw that broke the camel’s back was a flirty dirty old man from UniteBlue who kept hitting on me despite my polite attempts to shoot him down and constant reminders that I was happily, monogamously married. After I wrote the post, and tweeted it 903489825287234857 times in a passive-aggressive attempt to get the point across without dealing with a response a la #ByeFelipe, he stopped. I didn’t know if he realized he was the straw that broke the camel’s back, or if he just realized I wasn’t into what he was doing, and I didn’t care. He stopped. Hallelujah.

We still chatted from time to time in @s on Twitter. Usually about M’s back, or the no longer flirty man’s health conditions, or his girlfriend. And then, one day, early this year, he disappeared. Read more…

On Labeling A Stranger An Abuser

June 19th, 2014 Comments off

So the other day, I was reading a post about exes. I don’t remember whose. Maybe it was Stella Kink?

In any case, it discussed that unwritten code that says dating your friend’s ex is bad, mmkay? And it delves into the way this is often handled in the BDSM community. I don’t know from personal experience, but according to the post I read, and according to the people I’ve spoken with in the BDSM community, a lot of people actually recommend their exes to others if they feel they’d be a good match.

This makes sense. Something that’s often suggested to submissives (and dominants and switches, too, by the folks who understand that submissives aren’t the only ones who need protection) is finding “references” for any dominants they’re interested in beginning a relationship with. And apparently, a lot of BDSM relationships end amicably and for reasons that are not reflections of the personalities and morals of the people involved. Read more…

If you’re following @SexTaIk, please, for the love of sex and women, STOP!

March 7th, 2014 4 comments

Edited: Originally listed the name as “@sextalk”. My apologies to this person. I haven’t actually looked at their twitter account. But you can bet I will now! Lol.

So somehow, I stumbled on a Twitter account called @SexTaIk. This account has 691 THOUSAND followers. And they tweet stuff like this:

Slut shaming, FTW!

Because sensuality for sensuality’s sake is just a no. Read more…

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A good man deserves…

July 10th, 2013 Comments off

Friend of ours tweeted this:


Then M tweeted this:

‘Scuse me while I ignore his grammar faux pas and go all mushy on him.

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All the Things I Would Have Said on @Twitter if I Wasn’t Participating in the Boycott

January 29th, 2012 6 comments

He still thinks he's a baby.

Yesterday, there was a #TwitterBlackout in protest of the censorship Twitter intends to do. They won’t be censoring our timelines, but they will be censoring those of people in countries with stricter laws and customs than ours.

I kinda get their reasoning. These countries have strict beliefs against some of the things us Americans talk about and participate in freely. But from where I sit, an American company should not be aiding and abetting the trampling of what we consider inalienable rights in other countries. If the countries want to censor the Internet, and continue to “protect” their people from us heathens, that’s fine. But make them do it themselves. It’s neither our place, nor our responsibility, to restrict what others read or talk about. Regardless of how much money someone’s making on the medium they’re using. Read more…

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