#108) Because It’s There

Sir Edmund Hillary is given credit for being the first person to climb Mount Everest. (Actually, it was his Sherpa guide, Tenzing Norgay, who deserves most of the credit, but it was New Zealander Hillary who was knighted for the accomplishment.) When asked why he did it, Hillary responded enigmatically, “Because it’s there.” That’s quite eloquent, in my opinion. There was this huge rock taunting mountain-climbers by whispering, “Here I am. Think you can take me on?”
Gabriel Fallope, who discovered the Fallopian tubes in women, is given credit for coming up with the term “vagina.” (It’s also referred to as pussy, snatch, twat, kitty, cooch, poontang, muff, and vajayjay.) Another proper term is vulva, but isn’t used as much. The Latin for it is mons veneris. Whenever I hear this term, I think of Mount Vesuvius, the still-active, steaming and smoking and smoldering volcano in Italy.
When I write my stories, poems, etc., I do so in the nude. I like my sexuality right out there and accessible as I create. If that writing is going well, my little mount starts steaming and smoking and smoldering. It’s impossible not to touch, stroke, and play with it. Why? Because it’s there. It taunts me, whispering, “Here I am. Think you can take me on?”

8 responses to “#108) Because It’s There”

  1. Writing erotica is a HUGE turn on for me. I roll the words around in my mind, letting them caress me. On more than one occasion, I’ve had to stop in the middle of writing a story and bring myself to climax before I can resume. Writing is a tasty treat for this girl! XOXO

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    • I find it endlessly fascinating how certain works of art (and erotic photography is high art, in my opinion) touches different people differently.
      I would hazard a guess that SHE can feel her warmth…


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