Hello. Let’s play TMI Tuesday.

1. When sizing up (assessing) your romantic relationship, is there a couple that you envy? Why? (Can be a couple you know or famous/celebrity couple)
They are not famous but i envy the relationship from one of my favorite bloggers “A Married Sissy”. ( http://amarriedsissy.blogspot.com/?zx=8a99d939b67b52c9    )They are truy in love with each other and in tune with each others needs on al levels.
2. Thinking of your current relationship, which stage are you in?
b. understanding stage. i knw what she wants and its not me. i live to serve Her. She has lung cancer and is undergoing chemo treatments. i have been and will always be at Her side.
a. Infatuation stage – Intense attraction and an uncontrollable urge to be with each other, strong sexual attraction.
b. Understanding stage – You both start getting to know each other better, and everything about your partner interests and fascinates you.
c. Moulding stage – You each know what you want in a partner and you start moulding each other to change in effort to create a stronger, lasting relationship.
d. If you have made it this far you are in the advanced stages of a relationship, which one best represents the current status of your relationship:
1) Stage of doubt – This is not what you want in a partner, and you have thoughts of ending the relationship.
2) Happy stage – You’ve worked out most of the kinks in your relationship, you know each others flaws and can deal with them. You are comfortable and enjoying the relationship in what you believe will be a long-lasting one.
3. If you are not currently in a romantic relationship, at which stage did your last relationship end? (see stages above).
in a relatonship
4. Do you think you are too good for your current partner? Why do you feel this way?
no She is too good for me. i have cheated on Her not physically but mentality. She just tolerates me now
5. Write a 25-word love note to your current significant other or to a person with whom you are infatuated .
Dear Karen, You are the love of my life and there isn’t anything i wouldn’t do for You.  i am here for You, always 
Bonus: Have you ever been obsessively “in love” with someone and perhaps borderline clingy? How did you get over your obsession?
i am and still in love with Her and always will be.
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Let’s Do This

TMI Tuesday: February 23, 2016

Let’s do this! TMI Tuesday


1. How many people do you really trust?

 no one the net thru my blogs and God knows who i reall am


2. What are you excited for? 

wearing  a dress and some sexy heels

3. Have you had sex today?

If stroking myself counts yes haven’t had sex with spouse for 10 years 11 years on Saturdayblue-balls

4. When was the last time you talked to someone until you fell asleep? What relation are they to you? 

my wife years ago
5. What is your opinion on sex before marriage?

As much as possible

Bonus: Does your present lover know any of your past lovers? How well?

Not at all

Public Bathrroms for all

Local activists launch push for gender-neutral bathrooms in Chicago

Tara Crockett feels uncomfortable entering a women’s restroom. It reminds the Oregon State University student activist, who does not identify as male or female, that the world often doesn’t recognize everyone.
Standing in front of two gender-neutral bathrooms Thursday at a National LGBTQ Task Force conference in Chicago, Crockett, who uses the pronouns they/them, said gendered restrooms are unwelcoming.
“It doesn’t feel good,” they said. “I’m reminded of the gender-binary that enforces the erasure of me.”
For many transgender and gender-nonconforming people, finding and using public restrooms is less a relief than an anxious task. They fear harassment or attack for their appearance. Many use apps like Refuge Restrooms, an online database of gender-neutral bathrooms, to find a safe place to go.
Mickey Mahoney, founder of the Chicago Restroom Access Project, has a simple solution to provide safe facilities to people who need them: Convert any single-occupancy restroom in Chicago to gender-neutral by changing the sign on the door.
That’s why at this year’s Creating Change Conference at the Hilton Chicago on South Michigan Avenue, each tote bag that the thousands of attendees from across the country receive at registration will include a survey with four proposed designs for a new sign. The designs are a toilet, a man and woman, and head and shoulder silhouettes with the phrases “for all restroom” and “for all toilet.” All of the signs include changing table and disability access logos.
A workshop on bathroom access will also be held at the conference at 6:30 p.m. Saturday.
Anyone not attending the conference can visit the Pride Action Tank Facebook page, with which the restroom project is affiliated, to pick their favorite sign. Once selected, the activist group will offer the signs to local businesses, schools, nonprofits and government offices in Chicago. The survey will be open until March 1.
“In general, this is to have a safer space for everyone,” Mahoney said.
A growing movement of LGBTQ advocates for gender-neutral restrooms, or all-gender restrooms, is challenging perceptions about how public bathrooms are used.
Earlier this year, New York joined Washington, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Austin, Texas, and a number of other U.S. cities that have passed bills that make all single-occupancy city bathrooms gender neutral. Some require new buildings and renovations to include gender-neutral bathrooms. Last fall, Evanston’s City Council passed an ordinance requiring gender-neutral bathrooms in public spaces in some instances, such as when a facility has only a single-occupancy restroom. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has added gender-neutral restrooms to its list of best practices. In April, the White House added a gender-neutral bathroom.
Mahoney said that eventually he would like to see a similar policy in Chicago.
Sasha Buchert, an attorney at the Transgender Law Center whose firm helped develop the San Francisco bill, said that gender-neutral restrooms are for more than just transgender or gender-nonconforming people. They also are for parents of small children of a different gender and caretakers of the elderly and disabled who may have to assist someone using the restroom.
“It’s a common sense, no-cost solution to a common problem,” she said.
Stacey Long Simmons, director of public policy and government affairs at the LGBTQ task force, said the absence of dignity and safety for transgender and gender-nonconforming people is an issue. She said that transgender men and women often cannot use the bathroom of the gender they identify with and also are turned away from the restrooms they are allowed to use.
“Trans women wanting to access a female restroom are told, ‘No, you don’t look like the kind of female we want in our restrooms,’ ” she said.
A Washington-based study from the Williams Institute found that transgender people’s negative experiences in public restrooms have a negative impact on their education, employment, health and participation in public life. In that study, 58 percent of respondents said they had avoided going out in public because of the lack of safe restroom facilities and 54 percent reported health problems related to avoiding public restrooms such as dehydration and infections.
Some bills have targeted transgender people. In December, Jim Tomes, a Republican state senator from Indiana, proposed a bill that would prohibit transgender people from using bathrooms and locker rooms that do not conform to their gender at birth. The bill would send offenders to jail for a year and fine them as much as $5,000.
The Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, which protected transgender people from discrimination, was rejected by voters last year. Houston Mayor Annise Parker, who is gay, blamed the rejection on a campaign with the slogan “No Men in Women’s Bathrooms.”
Gina Olson, a member of the restroom project and associate director at the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality at University of Chicago, said there are other practical reasons for gender-neutral restrooms: Sometimes the line for one bathroom is long, while there’s no line for the other, creating a circumstance where people are waiting for no reason.
“The biological sex of someone is no longer a measure of whether they should use a bathroom,” she said. “It’s a basic issue of belonging, safety and equality.”
Copyright © 2016, Chicago Tribune

TMI Tuesday – Snooping

I am late but that i would do this one
If I were to come to your home…
1. And look in your refrigerator what would I see?
Green tea, beer, milk , cheese cake, grape jelly, American Cheese
2. And open your front room closet or hall closet, what would I see?
coats and chaos
3. And open the top left drawer of your dresser, what would I see?
the herbs i take 
4. And go to your bedroom and look under the bed, what would I see?
dust bunnies.
5. And look under your basement stairs, what would I find?
junk and work out room
Bonus: When visiting other people’s homes and using the bathroom–friends, relatives, parties–do you look in their medicine chest?

don’t look 

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TMI Tuesday: December 15, 2015

TMI Tuesday: December 15, 2015

Hello there. Welcome to another TMI Tuesday, with questions by recusen

Computer Behavior


1. Do you access the Internet on a your own computer or a shared computer?

my own
2. Do you regularly browse web sites that you would prefer your significant other (or your mother!) not know about?

Yes but if i had my choice we would do it together and i would serve Her
3. Do you have browser bookmarks for sites you would prefer no one else know about?

4. Do you clear your browser history? If yes, how often?

Yes after every use
5. Do you use “incognito windows” for some of your browsing?

6. Do you overwrite deleted files?

7. How often do you total shut down your home computer? Tablet?

Hardly ever
8. Do you have one or more pseudonyms that you use on the web? How many? What do you use them for?

Yes i have 2 and i use them to hide myself into my fetishes
9. How many email accounts do you have? Why?

5 it just happened

Bonus: Do you use any of the following sites? Which ones? What makes them work for you?
SnapChat, Chaturbate, OKCupid, Ashley Madison, Tinder, Down, 3nder, Pure.

sorry no


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TMI Tuesday… Let’s Get Personal


1. Toilet paper. How do you hang your toilet paper? The end coming over the top or with the end coming from around the back and at the bottom?

over the top its the way it is supposed to be per the patent for the toilet paper over

2. Towels. Do you use a new one each time you bathe or reuse?

When it starts to stink usually after about 6 or 7 uses.

3. Bathing. Do you use a washcloth to clean your body or use the soap directly all over your body with no washcloth?

sometimes usually just the bar

4. Bra. Do you remove your bra by taking your arms out of the straps first, then inching it around your body until you can reach the clasp and undo it or do you contort your arms, and reach around and unclasp.

depends on the bra usually just reach around put sometimes just over the head  

Woman Holding Bra Fastener
Woman Holding Bra Fastener

5. Dishwasher. Rinse/prewash all dishes before loading or just load.

i love washing the dishes so i just use the dishwasher to dry the clean dishes


6. Breakfast cereal. Cereal in bowl first, then pour on milk or put milk in bowl then add cereal?

Cereal then milk.

7. Toothpaste. Squeeze from bottom working way up tube as it empties or squeeze from middle or wherever you want?

Squeeze from the bottom love to be neat

8. Condoms. Do you put it on your lover or does he put it on himself?

love to put it in my mouth and roll it over him


9. Condom disposal. In the garbage bin or flush down toilet?

depends on where its been usually he does in bin

Bonus: Write your own bonus question and tell us an intimate detail about you or your habits.

from kittykatsbitsandbobs her question… Have you ever worn the same undies two days in a row? Be honest!

Sadly but they were cute and felt good


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