celeste teal

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About celeste teal

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    Multi-Orgasmic

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  • Music
    80s, Folk, Classic Rock, Indie Rock, Swing Jazz
  • Location
    43.7 deg N 79.4 deg W
  • Interests
    Book browsing, sometimes book reading, walking, cuddling dogs...I might take up baking
  • Signature Fragrance
    Marc Jacobs Honey
  • Favourite Book
    Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown...hush!
  • Favourite TV Show
    The Great British Bake Off, Mr. Robot, Outlander, Firefly, Game of Thrones
  • Favourite Film
    Serenity, Celestial Beings

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  1. @Hungry I've been adding images by pasting, which works much better than adding img or url links - there doesn't seem to be any limit to the number of posted images unlike the limit set on img links 

    1. Hungry

      Hungry

      Ugh that's annoying if you're already pasting. Are you posting from a mobile? If you can do it on a tablet or computer then you can stash the images briefly so it's less hassle to reinput but that in itself is more work than it should be. Maybe post in how the forum works for the mods to advise but I don't think I missed any tricks. 

      Hope you're well? Don't be a stranger :)

    2. celeste teal

      celeste teal

      Thanks Hungry. I'll ask the mods what they think. I've started using WordPress to compose blog posts and it's so much easier - it saves your draft a few seconds after every input so I never have to worry about losing work. When I'm finished I copy and paste the entire thing into a Shybi post. I may have to do the same thing for forum posts as well (?). I'm well and I hope you are too ☺️

    3. Hungry

      Hungry

      It's a good idea. WordPress is awesome. Shouldn't have to do that, just to post though.. 

  2. Louis Icart (1888 - 1950) was a French painter who reached his peak of popularity in the late 1920s in Europe and America and his work was seen as synonymous with the Art Deco movement. He painted beautiful young women in sensual, erotic poses, sometimes with other women, often with an implication of same-sex sexuality. His women wore glamorous clothing and were often shown with exotic and beautiful animals - horses, cats, dogs and birds which suggested an intimate playfulness.
  3. I love browsing in Mountain Equipment Co-op. I'm not much of an outdoors person (other than endurance walking and hiking) but I feel the seduction of the cool, and high quality things they sell.
  4. Psychology Today has a brief, but interesting article on Skirt Club Understanding Skirt Club: What can an all-women's sex party teach us about our deepest selves? https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/stepmonster/201705/understanding-skirt-club I think, yes!
  5. Happy anniversary, can't see the date you joined, how long is it? 

    1. celeste teal

      celeste teal

      Thanks :) I joined May 21, 2015 so two years, although I was somewhat quiet in year one.

    2. Leopard

      Leopard

      A quiet achiever and giver 

  6. We went for a hike to a beautiful marsh but we forgot the muskol. The skitters were thick! 

    1. Golightly63

      Golightly63

      Bitey, bitey...

    2. celeste teal

      celeste teal

      Smacky, smacky, itch! 

  7. This is very a good point. Married women who haven't had much if any experience with a woman may have a strong desire for the novelty of being with a woman and also I think it could be seen as more attainable with respect to the wishes of her husband. I've seen research which shows that men are much less jealous of the idea of their partners being with another women than with a man, which probably has evolutionary origins about paternity assurance.
  8. I'm not sure that I believe in love at first sight but I have no doubt whatsoever about book-love at first sight. This was confirmed for me recently when I became aware of a book published only 8 days ago on May 9, 2017. The book in question is The Evolution of Beauty: How Darwin's Forgotten Theory of Mate Choice Shapes the Animal World - and Us by ornithologist Richard O. Prum. The early reviewers on Amazon are raving about this book - so far it's average rating is 5 out of 5 stars. I've read the first 2 chapters and I'd have to agree - it's superlative. https://www.amazon.com/Evolution-Beauty-Darwins-Forgotten-Theory/dp/0385537212/ref What is it about? Charles Darwin wrote a second book after The Origin of Species titled The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex which was largely vilified and/or ignored by scientists for the past 145 years since it was published in 1871. In it Darwin proposed a second distinct engine of evolutionary change operating alongside natural selection called sexual selection which posited that sexual choice in mates, usually by the female in species, is responsible for the beauty we see in nature. When it was first published the idea that females could be a major driving factor in evolution was incomprehensible to patriarchal Victorian society. In this book Prum uses many examples from his lifelong career as a field ornithologist to show that Darwin was right all along and he had in fact written not one, but two revolutionary books about evolution and life. I'll write another fuller blog post after reading and digesting this wonderful book. A Blue Jay - I see these birds frequently when I go for walks in the forest ravine near my home. References: The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sexhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Descent_of_Man,_and_Selection_in_Relation_to_Sex The Top Ten Most Beautiful Birds in the World