Spiritually or corporeally when you get it on, or get down or make with the bangity bang bang you sometimes need a bit of assistance. I have a lot of assistance.
About a year ago I noticed how much lubrication product I had in my possession. Lest you think I am having Roscoe Palmer over on Friday nights, the lube in question came from my attendance at BlogHer and other women attended conferences.
Swag can be good and good for you. Meaning it is water based and not the Silicone stuff. But I’m getting a head of the story Yes, women should stock up on non-petrochemical lube.
For the next few posts it is gonna be about lubrication. The personal type used by humans.
Which now leads me to explain the title of this post. Saponaceous means fat or greasy. Which is what most of us do not want in a personal product. Saponaceous has a wonderful mouth sound when you say it.
I know full well if I put lube or lubrication in the title I'm going to have visitors. And some of them are gonna be bummed out because there will be no nekkid people. Or really explicit talk.
Or I'll get invitations to certain sites with offers to hook up with certain kinds of services. Can I say no thank you in advance?
I want to tear down the information wall but I'm not a sex blogger. I write about sex sometimes because it interest me. I am still human. I can prove it.
I smile when I think about that Zardoz photo. Hell, why deprive myself; it is my blog:
Seriously, it never gets old for me. Love those boots.
Real people do talk about sex and health issues. Personal lubrication is a sex AND health issue that needs to be talked about with like minded souls. Souls that experiencing the life change and are finding out that it can be uncomfortable to move or be moved.
I'm talking about walking but other movements as well.
There is a point to this, I swear.
Peri-menopause changes your body. You are in freaking free fall and yet you are expected to carry on and pretend that everything is okie-dokie. It is not.
And when you land in Menopause then you have to learn how to deal with this new body that ain’t exactly like the old one you had before but looks like it.
There will be videos. There will be places I'll recommend to visit. There will be thoughts. Maybe a podcast recommendation or two to help inspire you to appreciate and apply auditory and tactile transmedia experiences.
Not sure about that one; I'm picky about what I put in my ears as well as my body.
I feel nervous so this must be a good thing to do.