totally a prudeblogger for the benefit of parents reading blog
one time i told my mom this and she was like, “really??” —my mom does not consider my blogging to be prudeblogging.
the prudeblogger, prudeblogging, etc. tag is so funny.
last year a friend said i was one of the sluttiest people she knew and i was like “REALLY?” and she was like “oh, yes,” and i was like “thank you!”
then i told two other friends. one was like “kara, everyone is slutty in college” and the other was like “you weren’t that slutty.”
i was so super-bummed, i was like, i cannot believe they won’t just give this to me, i mean at least admit i was “experimental.”
i would rather talk about being experimental and prudish than about being slutty and confessional, which is maybe for writing reasons, and maybe not.
actively in the process of trying to make ‘prudes’ cool
babe, I’ve been making ‘prude’ cool for ages now and some other babes been doing it for years, you don’t gotta try, just join in. *slips on rhinestone sunnies to death stare over the rim at them at radikewls unsolicitedly telling me their detailed sexual fantasies*
well, if you insist.
now let’s talk about how much we hate porn.
this is everywhere tonight, i’m so proud to be a Noted Prudeblogger
i don’t hate porn, we can talk about that some other time (never), but also think that time rgr wrote about porn being hilarious (or something, i don’t know if i can find it right now because i spent all my energy tonight googling myself) is one of the main things i wish i would have reblogged.
i am also a noted prudeblogger, thanks.
one of tina’s artist friends approached us with a baggie and scissors, and for a second i actually considered it, but you know. a few minutes later i heard him say, “talk to you later, aliza. thanks for the pubes,” and then he walked away.
like, a few times, so don’t worry about subjecting me.
“Don’t let the name fool you! This “celebration of sexuality and pleasure” at Vassar College caters to people of any sexual orientation. Unfortunately, the annual spectacle – at which students from many schools stripped naked, danced, watched drag queens perform, viewed pornographic films and photos, and fornicated freely – was shut down in November 1999 after dozens of students were treated for alcohol-related emergencies.”