Tuesday, June 6, 2017

TMI Tuesday: June 6, 2017 ~ My Ex Girlfriend

If you are reading this I have missed the opportunity to complete this week's TMI Tuesday meme! So here's a lovely picture instead:

© Suze Randall
I don't know the model's name but she looks very much like an old girlfriend of mine. I was madly in love with her (my girlfriend, not the model) and she with me. We made mad passionate love all the time. Her body was great, and coincidentally it looked very much like the model's (see nude pic at bottom of the page).

Which is a great segue to a question for you, dear reader! How do you feel about the images I post on this blog? Because it's a sex blog I tend to post x-rated images, but because I'm a guy I tend to post images of naked women. This may or may not resonate with my female readership. I've also noticed that most of the other sex bloggers I follow don't post NSFW images, but post SFW pics instead.

So let me know... do you kinda flinch when you click on one of my posts and then see a hardcore porn image? Would you prefer something more softcore? I know this is a sex blog but am I guilty of presuming we're all comfortable with explicit images?

Double Bonus: Last week I tried my hand at erotic fiction for the Masturbation Monday meme [Spring Fantasy] and yesterday I posted Spring Fantasy - Part 2 Feel free to comment on either.

Triple Bonus: For an update on my wife's erotic reading see the end of OPP - How Women Use Porn

and this is her naked! © Suze Randall

How to play TMI Tuesday: Copy the above TMI Tuesday questions to your webspace (i.e., a blog). Answer the questions there, then leave a comment below, on this blog post, so we’ll all know where to read your responses. Please don’t forget to link to tmituesdayblog from your website!

Happy TMI Tuesday!


  1. They are two great shots. I love women's bodies in general - not open leg shots but their form, breasts mainly. I like the old pics too. The one you posted on may day which is from the 1950's is now my screen saver. So carry on with the photos,i say!
    Here's a pic of my ideal women - http://ifsexmatters.co.uk/swinging-fun/
    I love red heads. I have a whole folder of them on my computer

    1. I will check that out when I get back to proper wifi!

    2. She's very pretty (gorgeous!), I would definitely not kick her out of bed. Coincidently I posted a redhead in the post prior to this post and I have another redhead in today's (Monday's) post.

  2. To answer your question:

    There is a difference, to me, between erotic imagery and pornography. I wrote a whole post about it once, which I'll not repeat here, but I'm not a fan of explicit images as a general rule, and I have zero interest in examining objectified genitals. So when it comes to viewing blog images... Rather than have a photo or video dictate the details, I prefer to engage my own imagination.

    When it comes to blog material, and how I feel about images used therein, there is an additional facet to the lens through which I view the images used. And that is to consider: Are the images shown being used ethically? As in:

    Did the blog author create this image themselves? If yes, and the photo is *of* themselves: good. If yes, and the photo is of another person: did that person grant the blog author permission to use the image for their blog post?

    If the image belongs to someone else - especially if the image is copyrighted - did the blog author seek permission to use the image before posting it? Google searching is a thing, and re-use of images in memes sometimes makes tracking down original content creators a challenge, and I get that. But at the very least: Is the image source listed and linked?

  3. I like it when images are used to enhance the story, but sometimes there's an image and I don't see the relevance to what is written. This is not directed solely at your sitem but at many others too. But, that said, I like these two images :)

    Rebel xox

    1. I know exactly what you mean. I try to make the photo relevant to the post usually, but then sometimes I opt to go in the opposite direction and pick something random. Sometimes if I'm in a rush to meet deadline I'll just pick something from my Blogger archive' ie a pic already used on this blog. That saves me time but doesn't always mean the choice is relevant.
      I always include an image with my blog posts but I've noticed a trend away from that lately, particularly with the female bloggers I follow.

  4. Hi N, I agree with May that the female form is beautiful and I can admire shots which aren't too hardcore. On my blog I dont post too many pictures as I get concerned about what Mrs Fever discussesregarding copyright. I also dont feel very photgenic myself so pictures of me will be few and far between. If the picture is on theme I enjoy it, so don't stop, just maybe nothing too 'centrefold', the subtle ones are way more teasing.


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