I see so much beauty in the submissive men I get close to, in the men with whom I share a connection, the ones who give me what I want in a way that resonates. I am always floored by it, it is poetical and vast in its immensity. Like some grand revelation. I struggle to write about this without sounding ridiculous, cheesy. I want to wave my hands about, point out to the natural wonders in the world … [...Read More]
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again and again… submissive men are beautiful.
I think I probably leave readers with the impression that ‘beautiful’ to me means ‘perfect’. That I have some impossible standard.
It doesn’t and I don’t. Truly.
What I think is objectively beautiful is one thing. I DO have a body ‘type’ that appeals to me very much, and it is rather stereotypical – V-shaped, lean, sinewy muscle, not too big, adonis belt, six pack… oh my. I think of men’s bodies as pretty things to be admired, and when I see one that looks … [...Read More]
The first photo I saw of you was innocently posted in public. A casually posed shot, careless, a little blurry with movement, shirtless, showing an obviously lean body, no detail, a shock of dark hair.
My comment on it was understated, controlled, it was, after all, a photo of some boy I didn’t know and I am rarely moved by them, though I can appreciate beauty in many forms.
“…and thank you muchly for the eye candy you have already provided in your profile photo. You are a very pretty boy indeed.”
This is a ‘safe for work’ version of the original. No cocks, no arses (not that there’s anything wrong with those!).
I thought there was value in communicating the same kind of beauty in a less sexually explicit way.
I was thinking specifically about if I wanted to show a friend, a sibling, a vanilla potential, perhaps as part of explaining my relationships or interests. I wanted to have something that would allow me to do so without putting sexually explicit images in front of them.