Don't judge!

Don't judge!

Champagne and Benzedrine (Roland Hulme) Champagne and Benzedrine (Roland Hulme)
So I blame the fact that I haven't had sex for a while, but last night I had an intensely sexual dream which featured an actual real-life sex blogger whom I've never met and have only interacted with (fleetingly) through her blog.

I was thinking of writing about this dream, since it was pretty hot, but I wondered how appropriate it was to mention the blogger in question. I mean, she runs a sex blog and features pictures of herself naked, debauched, defiled and debased (and delicious.)

But even so, to be mentioned in a virtual stranger's blog in a sexual context just seems vaguely creepy to me.

Am I being paranoid, or are my instincts good? Credit where credit's due, but I certainly don't want to come across as weird (weirder than I am already.)

As I said, don't judge! I can't help what my subconscious comes up with (there was more than one other person involved and I did things in the dream that I certainly wouldn't be comfortable doing in real life.)
05/28/2009
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Champagne and Benzedrine (Roland Hulme) Champagne and Benzedrine (Roland Hulme)
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Originally posted by Champagne and Benzedrine (Roland Hulme)
So I blame the fact that I haven't had sex for a while, but last night I had an intensely sexual dream which featured an actual real-life sex blogger whom I've never met and have only interacted with (fleetingly) through her blog.

I ...
And when I say "did things in the dream that I certainly wouldn't be comfortable doing in real life" I mean entirely consensual things, nothing creepy.
05/28/2009
Nickisonehere Nickisonehere
Wow good question. I suppose the extent to which you'd be creepy for writing about this person in some form would be directly related to the extent to which you seemed "infatuated" with the person.

Suppose you made a CD about the person. And then got a record deal. And it was all about and inspired by this person. Possibly quite creepy.

Or suppose you wrote like a three paragraph something on some website to the effect of "Yeah, I'd hit it, her blog makes me hot" (lol). That doesn't sound so creepy.

I dunno, maybe that's even minimally helpful
05/28/2009
Champagne and Benzedrine (Roland Hulme) Champagne and Benzedrine (Roland Hulme)
Quote:
Originally posted by Nickisonehere
Wow good question. I suppose the extent to which you'd be creepy for writing about this person in some form would be directly related to the extent to which you seemed "infatuated" with the person.

Suppose you made a CD about the ...
No! That is helpful!

I think it answers my question. I think my gut instinct is right. It's too weird!

Inspired another thread, though... Who is the most inexplicable/inappropr iate person you've ever had a sex dream about?
05/28/2009
Not Here Anymore f/k/a Happy Lady Not Here Anymore f/k/a Happy Lady
Quote:
Originally posted by Champagne and Benzedrine (Roland Hulme)
So I blame the fact that I haven't had sex for a while, but last night I had an intensely sexual dream which featured an actual real-life sex blogger whom I've never met and have only interacted with (fleetingly) through her blog.

I ...
I would send an email to said blogger asking her permission to use her in the story. She may be quite flattered.
05/28/2009
Rockin' Rockin'
I don't think it'd be inappropriate or creepy unless you wrote about it creepily. It's just a dream, and if you phrased it like that, even if you enjoyed yourself in the dream, it's not like you actually did things to/with the person. I'd hope it'd all be in good fun. Ask her if you're worried. I agree with Happy Lady. I think I'd be flattered if I were the one in question.
05/28/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
If you blog about it.. do you have to use names?
05/28/2009
LicentiouslyYours LicentiouslyYours
Oh I say name names and go into great detail about the dream!
But then I am only thinking of myself and my desire to know all the good stuff.

Seriously, I am with Happy Lady: when in doubt, ask the person in question. It wouldn't bother me unless, yanno, you started blogging about me weekly or daily.
05/29/2009
Jessica Elizabeth Jessica Elizabeth
Yea, i'd also contact her and ask if she minds if you use her name. i know i'd be flattered and would love to read about it!
05/30/2009
imp imp
Yup totally ask the blogger in question via a private email. Quite frankly it would be flattering if I was asked and it wouldn't bother me either unless it became an unhealthy obsession lol. There are few blogging friends who have openly admitted they have found me sexy and have had "desirable thoughts" and even though I am not bisexual it's still rather sweet. Any piece of erotica even if it is a fantasy or dream (which any are) are the best to read.
06/02/2009
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