Long standing, foot planting super femme January 23, 2011
Sex, let’s face it, it’s not only a large part of our lives but also a good portion of this blog. Am I ashamed of that? No. Should I be? Most certainly not and yet, according to the well published BUST magazine women everywhere are being targeted for their free speech.
Yes, they write about leg-spreading, super erotic, sometimes funny and quirky love making sessions with everyone from their best friends to the anonymous three-somes they’ve decided to take part in. Sometimes they even talk about the tragic sexual harassment that’s been courting our streets since the beginning of time.
And their bosses are furious as is the hypocritical society in which they live under.
Today my boss discovered my blog and the first article on the entire page, to my immediate horror, was the one about masturbation. I felt incredibly awkward but also found the situation incredibly funny.
What I didn’t feel immediately, was pride; I love my stories and I thoroughly enjoy writing but for some strange reason I couldn’t muster up the courage to say anything other than ” there are more relevant articles on my blog”. I’m so proud of the article I’d written and yet because it seems unsightly for a woman of my standing, or for any woman to write about sex- my first reaction was regret and guilt.
For what? For speaking my mind on a blog that has no relation to my job or any other place I’ve ever worked except for maybe Girls For a Change.
I deeply appreciate the readership I’ve gained from this experience but what I don’t appreciate is anyone’s feeling like I don’t have a right to speak my mind.
Those women who were discovered via IP address, via random blog with a real name on it- they got fired.
I guess for a bunch of clever ass bosses they’re really intimidated by contracting vaginas.