America, A Once Proud Nation (Four Nights in Hotlanta)

As we met new people, our declaration of being Canadian was usually followed by apologetic faces on their part. I mean, we’re the Canucks; we’re the ones supposed to be apologizing. The female partner of one couple we met said, “Why are you here? You must hate us.” We don’t hate the US. As one who studies Canadian – American …

Teaching Polyamory Basics

This week I had the distinct pleasure of *ahem* hooking up with an old high school friend from before I moved to Toronto…some thirty-odd (very odd) years ago. Lochlin Cross and I were schoolmates and, due to my family moving east before I finished high school, not much more. Started chatting with him on FB messenger last week when I …

Politics Within Ethical Non-Monogamy

Someone on Tumblr, also claiming to enjoy ethical non-monogamy, called me a Canadian libtard this morning. I followed with the obvious thought that I finally won Tumblr. Being I’ve been trying to work on novels lately, it has been too long since I’ve posted here. This was just the spur I needed. So here we go. There is a politics …

Barney

Day two of our adventure and it seems we have made a friend. So much so that this little fella will be making a cameo appearance in my new novel that is currently being written. Everybody, meet Barney. Barney, this is everybody. I know, I know. This is supposed to be erotic for Wicked Wednesday and most of you just …

The Lonely Razor

As a male, I don’t think I quite understood the razor as an erotic tool until a friend asked me one, simple question: “Do you think I want a mouth full of hair?” Alas, my discovery of the razor, one of the more underrated erotic tools a man can use, for purely selfish reasons. Having gone and stayed clean-shaven recently, …