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not a MILF, but a MWWTBAS

I’ve been having a hard time figuring out if, and how to, write about a particular topic on this here website, and that topic is:

SEX.

It bothers me that I am even having mixed feelings on blogging about such a thing; I am usually so “anything goes” and open.  Why do I have reservations about this?  Finally, I figured it out– It’s because I’m a mom.

I think I fear that if I write about sex as an unattached woman, people will assume I’m a slut who is bringing an endless parade of men through the lives of her two children.  First of all, I don’t bring any men into my kid’s lives; as far as my kids know, Mommy is a chaste virginal soul made of sunlight and soft fabrics and marshmallows.  Secondly, do I really care if anyone wants to assume that I’m a bad parent because I am not (yet) committed to fucking one person for the rest of my life?

Ah, but there’s the kicker.  Apparently I do care.  That is my weakness, my kryptonite– Anyone thinking or implying that I’m not a good mom.  I work so hard to be a good mother and provide a stable home for my kidlets that the thought of anyone tying my harmless sex life into my parenting skills in a detrimental way makes me cringe.

So I’m a mom.  But guess what?  I’m also a single 27-year-old female.  I have- ahem- needs.  I’m not really interested in having a boyfriend right now, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t boys that I’m interested in having, if you know what I mean.  Wink wink, nudge nudge, etc.  Sometimes I may feel compelled to generally (I won’t discuss girth) (unless you ask nicely) write about such things and goddamnit, I don’t want to feel guilty about it.  I keep my sex life as a single female separate from my life as a mother, but I’m still ultimately one person with one blog– a blog where I should be fine with letting all my lives co-mingle.

There it is.  I’m a Mom Who Wants To Blog About Sex, and it doesn’t mean I’m a harlot with my priorities all wrong.

Comments

  1. DO IT. And by that, I mean both write about doing it & actually do it. Your kids don’t read your blog. As far as they know, Mommy will continue to be a chaste virginal soul made of sunlight and soft fabrics and marshmallows. Forever.

  2. You totally should blog about sex. Who says that just because you are a single parent, you can’t have a sex life? Fuck that noise. Not literally. I don’t want you fucking noise. That wouldn’t go over too well on the vagina. Just sayin’.

  3. Suburban: OH GOD WHAT IF THEY READ IT SOMEDAY?! Okay they probably won’t, but that could be pretty traumatic for them.

    TJ: What about noisy fucking? Is that okay?

  4. This could all be avoided if you taught your kids not to read. I know, a little strange parenting method, but then you can write whatever you want.

    There must be sacrifices made.

  5. Damn, girl! Momma needs to get hers.

    Shiiiiit.

  6. Misperceptions will always exist. Missed opportunities won’t.

    I say… fuck it. Literally and figuratively!

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