TMI Tuesday: December 15

This week’s questions are:

1. Agree or Disagree. If people want to have more than one spouse they should be allowed to do that.

If their beliefs allow for them to do that, I agree. Marriage for me should not be a legal process. It should be spiritual one.

2. Do you believe in ethical non-monogamy? YES.

3. Is polyamory something you want? NO. I believe it can be allowed, but it’s not for me.

4. Do you wish that your ethical non-monogamy was a societal/cultural norm?

It is already a cultural norm although not a societal one. I believe that it should not be part of any norm.

I know that it does exist and I accept those who practice it, but there should be a standard norm which is monogamy.

5. If you are in or have been in an open sexual relationship, what are the best bits?

I was in an open relationship and the best part was that you can be attracted to another person and not feel guilty about it. You can engage in sexual acts with other people and not be called a cheater or a liar and yes, not being subjected to interrogation… you can hang and party with your partners without the fear of getting busted. It’s the freedom to do things you’d normally not do in a monogamous relationship.

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TMI Tuesday: December 8, 2020

This week at TMI Tuesday let’s talk sexual feelings.

1. Are women natural seducers or are men?

Both are natural seducers. It is the human nature to be sexual.

2. Which of the following statements most closely matches your sexual attitude?

a. Sex is best when you focus on your own pleasure.
b. Sex is best when I can totally meld with my partner and feel as one.
c. Sex is best when the purpose is that of conceiving a child.
d. Sex is just a behavior; don’t put too much importance on the act, just do it the way you like and need.

3. Do you need to feel emotionally connected to enjoy sex with another person?

Not really. SEX can be enjoyed without emotional connection. It is of pure physical nature. Making love is totally a different story though.

4. Are you allowed to be sexual? Explain.

YES. I don’t see why not. I am a grown woman and I’ve had my shares of good and bad sex, but at this point, it’s up to me to make it as enjoyable as it can be. I won’t accept bad sex anymore.

5. Agree or Disagree. Sex without love is meaningless.

SEX itself doesn’t have to have meaning.

Bonus: Conventional wisdom (but not research) says that women value monogamy more than men. Is this true for you?

No. I believe men and women equally value certain things. I mean, some women are polygamous but they’re discreet about it. And what is monogamy anyway? How would you define it? Is all physical?

TMI Tuesday #100

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Are movie star sex symbols a thing of the past?

Not really. Movie stars are still sex symbols. As long as there’s sex and it’s a thing, there’s always a need for a symbol and Hollywood just makes it so accessible.

Who was your favorite sex symbol while you were growing up?

Skeet Ulrich is an ultimate sex symbol during my teen years — early 90s. I mean have you seen him in Scream? Sexy.

Of present-day stars, who do you consider to be a legitimate sex symbol? Why?

What is a sex symbol? For women, perhaps Scarlet Johansson and The Kardashians? For men, Ian Somerhalder perhaps? Hahaha. Well that’s a personal choice. And since I am Filipino, I have to insert that JM De Guzman is such a hottie, he can fit the category.

Do you have what it takes to be a sex symbol? Tell us at least three things that make you a sex symbol (or not).

What are the criteria to begin with? I don’t think I can be a sex symbol. I am confident of my desirability but I don’t think I am sexual enough to be called one.

The following can be celebrities or people in your life.

Name someone who was sexy younger and is still sexy today? (à la Helen Mirren)

Kate Walsh

Name someone who was a bit goofy when younger but has gotten sexy with age? (à la Jeff Goldblum)

Ryan Reynolds. He was definitely goofy but now, he’s become a hottie.

Name someone who was sexy when younger but has lost that sex appeal?

Tom Cruise. Not sexy anymore. Even Katie Holmes agrees.

Bonus: Name a sex symbol, living or dead, whose bedroom skills you would not mind testing out?

Again, I don’t know who qualifies to be called sex symbol but if I am to test someone’s bedroom skills, I’d go for the people closer to me: JM De Guzman, JC De Vera and Jericho Rosales… but if I am to go farther like Hollywood far, I’d take Skeet Ulrich, Chad Michael Murray and Channing Tatum for a spin.

November 24 – TMI Tuesday

1. Which part of your body do you think is the most sexy? Post a pic if you dare.

My lips, I guess. I cannot post a photo because that’s my most identifiable body part.

2. Which part of your partner’s body do you find the most sexy. Tell us about the time you first saw it.

His hands. They are so smooth and soft. I was so stunned to see and hold it. I felt a little shy because his is much prettier than mine.

3. Are you a fan of lingerie on yourself? Or on someone else?

I love wearing lingerie especially on special occasions or first nights.

4. “Fifty Shades of Grey”–  Work of genius or complete twaddle?

As a movie, it is ok for me but I am not into that kind of kink. I don’t know how I’d take being bound to surrender.

5. Would you rather listen to a sexy voice telling you what is happening or watch a sex scene on mute?

Listen definitely. I cannot imagine anything sexual without the sound accompanying the sight… so if I am to choose, listening wins!

Bonus: Tell us about a time you experimented with a fantasy and it did not go according to plan.

I remember when I first used a dildo and I have no reference but Not Another Teen Movie. I thought it will be pleasurable. It was not! Later attempts were a lot better and I finally achieved the actual purpose.

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TMI Tuesday: November 10, 2020

1. Do you post sexy pics of yourself on your blog? Why?

Not anymore. When I was a little younger, I did post my photos on a platform. I had some online friends and flings. It was both good and bad exposure.

2. Have you ever had sex when you suspected security cameras might be present but the passion was too hot to stop or care about being caught on video?

Honestly, whenever I am at that point of having sex like right here right now, I hardly think whether there are security cameras around. I mean, I really wish I have time to spare for that, but come on, whoever thinks about cameras when you’re at the heat of the moment?

3. Have you ever had sex knowing full well you were being filmed or pics were being taken?

I had a boyfriend who loved filming us. That’s just with one guy and it wasn’t that often.

4. When it comes to sex, to which do you most relate–being an exhibitionist or a voyeur?

The latter. I don’t really like being watched.

5. Have you ever sneakily or overtly filmed or taken pics of others having sex? What did you do with the evidence?

Not really.

Bonus: Hot or not–having sex in front of people?

It depends on the scenario. If it’s like a show, I would not find it hot, but if there is a couple with us who are having sex at the same time, I would not mind, I feel it’s hot enough.