Friday, 20 July 2018

The height of hypocrisy

I am just under an inch shorter than the average height for men in the UK, almost an inch taller than the global average and about four inches taller than the average UK height for women. Why is this important? Because men have to be taller than women to be attractive.

Of course, I don't actually think men have to be taller than women to be attractive. I don't think any gender has to be built like Adonis nor have a face to launch a thousand ships to be attractive. Whilst body shaming is rightfully vilified, height seems to be one of the exceptions.

I'm writing this post purely as an observation. As someone just slightly shorter than average I am aware of the risk of developing a Napoleon complex. I'm also aware that some of you will now consider me less attractive knowing I'm a mere 5'7.3". In much the same way that I'm aware that my being white, cis male and heterosexual has the potential to make the world a worse place, I'm aware that being a just-under medium-sized version of that could be the perfect formula for a dictatorial bastard, and so I strive to be the opposite.

Having dated women who are taller than me I know that those good ol' societal judgements deem such a pairing to be Unacceptable. But the concept of only dating others with the same body shape as you is, I hope, becoming outdated and so I hope, too, the same will eventually be true with height. If there is a spark then, before long, neither of you will notice the difference anyway.

I understand why you may have "Must be taller than me", "6'+ only", "Don't be short" in your dating profile. We have all been physiologically shaped by society (amusingly the recommended related article to one which I used to research this post was 'What is the global average penis size?'), no matter how hard we may have since tried to reform. My hope is that such demands for an aspect of our bodies which we cannot change will eventually be seen as equally ridiculous as insisting upon only meeting thin people, curvy people, white people etc.

Friday, 13 July 2018

An unwilling Icarus

Experience has taught me that if I fly too close to a burning hot other relationship then I will end up distraught, disappointed and rapidly descending into despair. Not only this, but I would also not be honouring an agreement with G to not go too deep with another.

I'm currently in the early stages of a new relationship with a sub. We seem to very much enjoy one another's company, we both want similar things out of the relationship and our play sessions are filth-filled, orgasm-rich hours of sheer delight. 

Will it go further? It doesn't need to. We're becoming good friends and there is already a decent level of trust between us. Although it takes a little conscious effort (at least on my part) to stop wanting more, it would be great to keep things as they are.

This is one of those rare 'living in the moment' situations. I'll be out of the country for almost seven months and this will have an effect on how close we get for now. She won't be in this country for very many years and this will help to halt any risky relationship development when I return.

So; fun, friendship and kink-heavy fucking without too much danger of heartbreak. Right now this is perfect and I feel very fortunate indeed.

Sunday, 8 July 2018

Best served hot

Our UK heatwave has been thoroughly enjoyable in so many ways, not least because it gives my cock extra heft when flaccid. This summer weight dick gives me pleasure to hold and to look at.


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