Lest We Forget – Pearl Harbor

The following is a fictional piece inspired by real events. On December 7, 1941, the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service attacked the US naval base in Pearl Harbor. This led the US to official enter World War 2. And this day greatly impacted my culture as I know it, both the Japanese part of me …

Teacher, I’ve Been A Naughty Girl

“How many of you have had a crush on a teacher? I mean, remember that Physics professor? Law One is so steamy, I’m getting worked up just thinking about it: Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion unless an external force is applied to it. Mee-yow.” …

Liberty – Breaking His Shackles and Chains

“Liberty (n): (1) the quality or state of being free: (a) the power to do as one pleases, (b) freedom from physical restraint, (c) freedom from arbitrary or despotic, (d) the positive enjoyment of various social, political, or economic rights and privileges, (e) the power of choice.” – Merriam-Webster *Trigger warning: This post contains references …

The Gaze – Performance Anxiety

“I feel myself in ways to be the product of internalized male gaze.” – Esme Creed-Miles From dresses to lingerie to the nudes I take, I wonder if I’m contributing the normalization of the male gaze. THE EXHITIONIST I’ve stripped and masturbated outdoors before and I’m pretty sure the neighbors saw me through the fence. …

Love In His Body Language

“Body language is a silent orchestra, as people constantly give clues to what they’re thinking and feeling.” – Psychology Today Body language includes facial expressions, body gestures (kinesics), space (proxemics), touch (haptics), and eye contact (oculesics). Most of our communication relies on body language. In a long distance relationship, we often can’t rely on body …