Don't Hate Me Because Beaker Can Find My G-Spot
On marrying, muppets and my sex life.
1. Who did you think you would marry in elementary school?
I didn't think such things then... In fact, I don't think I ever fantasized about that.
While I'd still rather ride a horse than walk down the aisle, I'm happy with my
ride err, mate now. :P
2. Which muppet is your favorite? Why?
Beaker. I always loved him best. CR/LF is a tech/science geek guy, so obviously my type with his huge sex organ (brain) and often awkward side.
3. Which politician would you most like to screw? [For pleasure or revenge]
Easy-peasy, lemon-squeezy: Bill Clinton.
I thought the only revenge sex was when you screwed another ~ as in, 'you cheated on me, now I'm gonna screw this guy'. Which I don't think really does much other than let you think you're empowered when all you are really doing is let the cheater motivate you to do something you likely wouldn't otherwise be doing. But hell, if it works for you...
4. How did you first find the g-spot?
I don't think I found it so much as CR/LF did. ;) (Go, Beaker, go! Blind me with your science, baby.)
5. What is the best costume you've ever worn?
I don't do the costume thing much... I don't have a favorite costume.
I do, however, have my favorite sexin' outfits... But that's another matter, for another TMI, isn't it? *wink*
Bonus (as in optional):Does pornography liberate or deteriorate society?
Neither; people liberate or deteriorate society.
Pornography on its own isn't bad. Expressing and exploring your world is a good thing, and that includes your sexuality. When a person allows the artificial, the expression, to replace real connections, real people, reality, this is a problem with the person, not a sign of a societal problem. However, thwarting, dwarfing and forbiding expression and exploration ~ as in society censoring works ~ isn't the way to allow for healthy individuals or a healthy society.
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