“It’s almost like a drug. It’s like your friend might say, ‘Well, you haven’t ever tried, you know, this drug. Why don’t you try it?’” And, then, you try it and you get hooked. You think it’s making you happy, but it’s not. I really don’t think it would be worth all of the pain. You know … Some people even commit suicide over [love]. And, I just don’t think that that’s a good think to get caught up into.”
Hello, lovers! So much has happened since you and I last spoke. Most of it’s private, hence I was light on posting. If you crave heavier FUNKY BROWN CHICKÂ® doses, you can usually find me online somewhere on any given day — whether uploading Facebook photos with JohnJude at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week – New York 2011 or posting a YouTube video taking clothes off and putting them back on. Link up to stay in touch. To those of you who have already reached out and/or connected elsewhere, I see your mentions, likes, comments, retweets, emails, etc. Sincerest gratitude for your support.
In 2005, I started writing about sex and healthy relationships on FUNKY BROWN CHICKÂ® because I wanted to create a space where anyone could feel free to share frank, intelligent, adult conversations. Marriage. Loneliness. Bisexual men. Male genital mutilation. Intersex children. Interracial dating. Any time anyone stumbles upon something I’ve written that inspires them or makes them think differently, that makes me happy. Over the past (nearly) six years, I’ve enjoyed crafting 1,000+ posts. And, I look forward to sharing even more in the days, weeks and years to come.
Speaking of coming, I recently saw Liz Canner’s film, ORGASM INC. Big pharma has been itching to get inside women’s panties for ages. Four years ago, I wrote about Procter & Gamble’s horny hustle. See:Â Intrinsa Wants to Make Women Horny. A former porn editor for pill-pusher for Vivus, ORGASM INC director Canner shows various Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD) “treatments” — including Intrinsa, surgically inserting crap against your spine, slashing ladybits and gulping experimental hormones. Though some of the movie’s graphics are a bit choppy and distracting, ORGASM INC still delivers an important, thought-provoking exploration of sex and medicine. See it.
I’m kind of a film nut, so I watch more movies than most. That said, I’ve not yet seen KING’S SPEECH, THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT or TRUE GRIT. If you’ve seen any of them, share your thoughts. Feel free to leave other movie suggestions — or your mini film review of ORGASM INC if you’ve already seen it — in the comments section.