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October 3rd, 2005


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02:06 pm - Sex magic and amusement
I've been thinking recently about sex magic. I've never had the opportunity to experiment with it with other people before. . . now I do have that chance. I don't know exactly how to treat it, though, or even how to approach it. Maybe I should take out a personal ad?

"SWM seeks SF for sex magic and ritual. Must be clean, discreet, N/S with some magical experience. Willing to train enthusiastic student to necessary level. Relationship will be primarily magical rather than emotional. Ideal candidates should be between 22 and 28, professional in their demeanor, not be allergic to latex, and must not cry during orgasm. Blood/STD tests required."

Wouldn't that be creepy?
Current Mood: amusedamused
Current Music: "One Lonely Room", -JB

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From:creature_tamer
Date:October 4th, 2005 02:23 am (UTC)
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Ha! You seem to love stirring the pot in your LJ on Mondays, for some reason. I wandered by tonight and was like "100 comments?!" Reminds me of the whole "why are liberals always so doom and gloom?" thing that also took place on a Monday.

In your hypothetical situation, I hope you're taking into account the fact that a hypothetical test for STDs may not show the presence of HIV antibodies until at least six months after your partner's initial exposure. I hope your trust is well-placed enough to also trust their judgement when it comes to magicking around with people other than you.
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From:chronarchy
Date:October 4th, 2005 12:20 pm (UTC)
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Haha. Yeah, my LJ gets huge comment threads on the weirdest stuff.

Most of the time, if I find it terribly interesting, I get nearly no comments. Then I post something that is just fun, and I get over 100. My friends are strange.

*nods* about the tests. There are no foolproof ways to avoid such things. You just have to really, truly trust a person and hope that your trust is justified. No two ways around it.

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