Monday, August 30, 2010
Friday, August 27, 2010
DJ nobody wasn't the most popular guy in the world. He thought perhaps if he chose a career as a DJ, people would start to like him. Unfortunately, his dorky appearance and poor music taste didn't help any. That was until he visited a little shop in the mall one day called SRU. The wizard told him he could change his life...
Now he was a super hot babe, and his taste in music changed too. He'd even scratch and mashup songs together now.
He couldn't be happier now, and his schedule was fully booked for every club in the state.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Some may know this site, most probably not. Looks like it JUST shut down. It was a site where users hand picked beautiful women from flickr. Mostly models, some amateur photos done tastefully. Many of them are quite caption worthy. It's sad to see a great site like this end.
"Wonderful! Now those perverted autogynapheliacs won't exploit my photos anymore! Bout time!"
Monday, August 23, 2010
Friday, August 20, 2010
Monday, August 9, 2010
"Hi honey, it's me.... your husband! who else would be calling you at work? Listen, I'm lying in bed with my female bodysuit on and wearing the cutest little lingerie.. why don't you cut out of work early and we can play around a lil"
Sunday, August 8, 2010
So a couple weeks ago (episode 5?), Tommy (played by Denis Leary, who's a super macho firefighter) gets so shit-faced that the girl he meets decides that since he's so boring and can't really perform, that she'd have a little fun with him and dress him up. The really interesting thing is I believe Leary is the creator/writer/producer of the show. So either he's sorta secretly into crossdressing, or he thinks the most fucked up thing you could end up doing while drunk is crossdressing?
"Tommy, you remember what I did to you last night?"
"oooh ho ho ho! These pictures are priceless!"
"Let me see!"
"Nice earrings there tommy!"
"Looks like you liked the bra too!"
"Ahhhh! ha ha ha! I am so putting these on my facebook page!"
"Glad I was able to entertain you"
Thursday, August 5, 2010
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Monday, August 2, 2010
It's TV time! Get your popcorn ready, because we're taking a look at (boy meets world). Now there were two episodes (if I recall correctly). One involved two guys in college who dress in drag to avoid some guys trying to collect money:
Then there was the episode (girl like me), which is a take-off of the book "black like me" where one of the high school students dresses like a girl to see what it's like from their perspective:
There's this girl I've been seeing lately on porn sites. It's like nothing I've ever seen:
Every blowjob I've seen is quick, or rough, like they just want to get it over with. This girl REALLY teases the guy, and keeps him on the edge for a very long time. She's licking it the whole time as if it were a giant clitoris, licking just under the tip.
I'd imagine that if I were that girl, that's how I'd want to blow a guy too.
Heard about this statistic today (I follow a transgender twitter account that feeds all sorts of TG related news). Apparently, out of 50 states there are only 12 that protect transgender rights (mine included). That's right, 38 states can fire you if they don't like transgender, and they don't need a good reason, and you can't sue them for it:
"Wisconsin was the first state to ban employment discrimination based on sexual orientation, in 1982, while Minnesota was the first state to ban employment discrimination based on both sexual orientation and gender identity when it passed the Human Rights Act in 1993. Currently, 12 states and the District of Columbia have policies that protect against both sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination in employment: California, Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Maine, Minnesota,New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington in the public and private sector. An additional nine states -- Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Maryland,Massachusetts, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, and Wisconsin -- have state laws that protect against discrimination based on sexual orientation only."