Greetings readers! Break out the champagne, I made it to the two week mark! Yes, that's right, today marks two weeks since my last release. To recap for the new people, the idea in doing this wasn't to turn off my libido, but to turn it up to 11 (on a scale of 1 to 10). In acting toward that goal, I have been using my free time to sexually tease myself, either physically or through intense visual stimulation with porn. I've watched some porno movies etc and come pretty close to the big O, but never gone over the edge. My libido is very much elevated throughout the day, but I still haven't achieved the full experience as I remember it from past denial periods. How long will this all go on? Now that I've reached the two week marker I imagine it may become quite extreme from here on out. I don't have any particular plans of when to end the abstinence, I guess I'll try and wait and see where it takes me (or maybe how much I can take).
In other panty news, have a look over at A Slip of a Girl for her latest posting. She brings up an interesting topic. Are cutesy panties actually pedophilia? As one of the worlds biggest haters of pedophiles, I happen to disagree. Let me get this straight with you all, I have no tolerance of pedophiles at all. I can see her point and appreciate her fear, but in this age of political correctness, we seem to be taking everything way too seriously. She is correct that we should be guarding against pedophiles, but I think persecuting companies that make cute panties is going too far. I've written here many times about how the naughty school girl outfit is a huge turn on for me. I'm not sure what it is about it that turns me on, but I'm one hundred and ten percent sure it ain't because I'm a sick pervert who prays on kids. Our country has definitely taken a step backwards in some areas. I think that at some point it was OK (normal even) for men to fantasize about sexy high school cheerleaders and now if a guy admitted to that, he'd be branded a pervert. Case in point, the x rated film Debbie Does Dallas was one of the best selling/rented porno movies ever. This was a story of high school/teenage cheerleaders (played by adults of course). I believe it was made back in the 70's or 80's, but I doubt they'd be able to make such a movie now. Does that mean that everyone who watched that movie is a pedophile? I doubt it. Where do we draw the line? I think we all need to lighten up and relax a bit, it's supposed to be fun.