Wednesday, January 17, 2018

A Little Understanding .. Can Go a Long Way!

Finding common ground can be life changing. Having Power does not equal wisdom either.

Yeah, perhaps I am going to step in it today. I saw this picture and the rough idea for the caption came into my mind, especially with MLK Day fresh in my mind. I've made it a point to not try and propagate racial stereotypes into my captions anymore, unless its a punishment scenario, and even then I am not entirely comfortable playing with those particular crayons anymore.

But ideas can get so ingrained into the minds on the forefront of the fight for equality (gender, race, sexual preference, etc ..) that sometimes they are just as obstinate in their resolve to never give an inch, to only further push forward their own agenda, never even bothering to understand WHY a person holds such views to be intrinsic, no matter how vile they seem to you.

We do see what I've done in this caption within the realm of TG stories, where a punishment turns into more of an awakening of one's true self, their sexuality laid bare, challenging their sense of being, whether as a sissy, as a woman, or a submissive; each with a choice of enjoying cock or just identifying as a lesbian. I really wanted to take that a step further with regards to race and see if it could work without the whole Cultural Appropriation aspect coming to the forefront of the discussion. Figured that since it was coming, I might as well tackle it right in the caption itself.

I honestly don't know where I fall on this in regards to the caption. I think that I was able to capture both the student and the professor as flawed individuals that will have learned a lesson if they both opened up their minds. The difference is that they both THOUGHT their minds were open.

I do hope that everyone who reads this blog post does ponder the ideas I presented in the caption and the discussion afterward. If you do like cultural changes in captions and stories, WHY is it something that you'll seek out? In the future, if I find a gorgeous picture of a non-Caucasian model, should I even bother to mention why a cultural change happened? What does our choice in TG captions say about what think of women and gender. and how their norms in society play verse what we enjoy in visiting sites like this one. Please feel free to discuss any of this in the comments. I will promise to answer anyone that relies about the caption or what I've said in any part of the post.

As to the book that she is reading, it's a book "from Rupi Kaur, the bestselling author of Milk and Honey, comes her long-awaited second collection of poetry. The Sun and Her Flowers is a journey of wilting, falling, rooting, rising and blooming. It is a celebration of love in all its forms.

this is the recipe of life
said my mother
as she held me in her arms as i wept
think of those flowers you plant
in the garden each year
they will teach you
that people too
must wilt
in order to bloom


  1. Not surprised you have not had any comments. One has to tread so carefully especially if you dare to suggest that arguments are selective. As a point its 100 years since women first got the vote in the uk (yes i know not all) But it's not often quoted that that's the same year that all men finally got the vote. I E it was not just females that were unrepresented until then.
    As a racist,homophobe, misogynist might paint with a broad brush the campaigners of these worthy causes should be careful to avoid the same mistake.
    As i say its hard to dot the I(s) and cross the Ts in a little comments box lets face it one could write pages on this.

    1. I wasn't too worried about whether I would get comments or not. Figured someone would be daring . and thought that it might be you!

      One stereotype that gets a lot of play in sissy and some TG sites is the BBC .. not the British Broadcasting Company, but Big Black Cock. I've thought about actually making a caption with a story of a sissy finding a black man that was smaller than she was .. just to kind of throw the whole thing on its ear.

  2. You know me to well. And do you know how worried I get doing it. One wrong word and I could be RUINED! RUINED YOU HEAR! But i do have a new web persona in place just in case Daphne Slackbottom.
    Yes that would be a great caption all the stereotypes get knocked down. Small black cocks, shopping is still s***, hair and make overs a pain and female orgasums not quite the mind blowing experience its made out to be.