An Update on the Elephant in the Room

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post regarding lack of sex in marriage. This problem was am elephant in the room for me. It seemed to make an impression on many people, as I received an overwhelming number of comments, tweets, DMs and emails from others willing to share similar stories. Thank you to everyone who contributed. Particular

Lack of Sex in Marriage – The Elephant in the Room

On a number of occasions, I have made humorous remarks on Twitter about married people not having sex. Judging by the ensuing banter, many people find themselves in the situation of lack of sex in marriage. I have also had numerous private conversations regarding this subject. No doubt there are many married couples who manage to maintain amazing and fulfilling sex

A Matter of Taste: Oral Sex

I recently had to attend a dentist appointment and, as frequently happens, the dentist was running considerably behind schedule. Having exhausted my Twitter feed on my phone, I picked up a recent  copy of a magazine aimed at young women and flicked through the usual inane adverts and articles. I am not usually interested in most of

Adventures in Naturism

I enjoy being naked outside, but given the climate of the UK, and the fact that I am in the wrong part of the country for nudist beaches, it’s something that has rarely happened. In fact, publicly, only on two previous occasions. I recently told a Twitter friend about my (very limited) experience of naturism, and

A Brief Encounter

 A secret account. Trying to get noticed. Won’t take no for an answer. Persistent messages. Finally chatting. A great rapport. Built slowly over months. Shared secrets. Trusting too easily. A mid-life crisis? A request for a lunch date. A meeting at a station. A pleasant surprise. Can it be the same person? An afternoon of culture. Matchstick men

Secret Twitter Accounts: A Modern Mid-Life Crisis?

One thing that has struck me since I have been using Twitter is the number of ‘secret accounts’ that are out there. The definition of secret presumably being that the ‘other half’ doesn’t know about it. It would appear that we are all looking for something more; a new and exciting dimension to our everyday lives. ‘Humdrum’ was