After Dark

How does one introduce themselves in the cyber world besides introducing oneself by name?   I could say I’m a 45 year old housewife. I could say I’m a trophy wife to a man a lot older than I am. I could say I have champagne tastes on a beer budget..  I could tell you I’ve been married for 18 years, but none of that tells you anything about me.   The truth is: I am me, and probably a lot like you. I like to think I’m like any other woman. I like to cook but I hate to clean. Other people’s messes piss me off but I’m horrible at picking up after myself. I can find whatever I’m looking for in the last place I used it. I can spend money faster than my husband can make it, but I’ll sacrifice blood, sweat and tears to give someone that belongs to me something they want. I like to learn and I like to teach.

I’m broken. Not emotionally, but physically. Everything below my waist has permanent structural damage. Some of it can be fixed. Some if it I will live with for the rest of my life.  I’m passionate about things that inspire passion from a good book to a fine wine, an addictive television series or my favorite movie. I’m also passionate about things that transpire after dark. Life is too short to be miserable anywhere but most especially a romp between the sheets, or under them or even over them.

If you’re suffering from a disease, recovering from an injury or have a long term illness, there are ways to overcome them.  Some may require medical intervention as is the case with me.  Life is too hard as it is.  There’s no reason to add an unsatisfying sexual relationship into the mix where there are ways to conquer almost any problem.

Broken, After Dark (B.A.D.)

I talk about sex.  I talk about disease, disability and illnesses.  I talk about books, authors and host an occasional book tour.  I talk about anything that catches my fancy as it relates to pleasure and quality of life.

My husband and I both suffer from conditions in which a traditional sexual relationship can, at times, present difficulties that must be overcome through alternative practices.  I invite you to join us in our exploration as our sexuality is redefined.