Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Top 10: Strange Sex Talk

I’m taking a break from all the emoness. It’s time to let loose and post something a bit more fun. Hehehe

We’ve all said and heard our share of strange interjections during sex. Caught in the moment, sometimes words just pop into our head and it just feels so right to let them out. Those words can further ignite the flames of passion and send you rolling in frenzy.  But sometimes they’re just mood-killers, and you can’t help but pause and wonder, “What the fuck did I just hear?”

Top Ten Strangest Things Said To Me During Sex

(With an ex, while he was getting ready to go down on me) Friendly sex lang to ha? Nothing more.

(Whispering in my ear while I was fucking him)Wag ka tumingin sa pinto. Nakasilip partner ko, nanonood. Tuloy mo lang.

Him: Fuck kita.
Me: Ayoko.
Him: Sige na.
Me: Ayoko talaga.
Him: Sige fuck mo ako.

(Was giving him a handjob when he suddenly flips over and starts humping my hand) Shit pare ang sarap kantutin ng kamay mo! Parang puke!

(In a motel room during foreplay) Baby, buksan natin yun pinto. Pag may nakakita pasalihin natin.

(Greyhound by Swedish House Mafia suddenly plays in the background) Tangina ganda ng music! Tara, suck kita habang sumasayaw ako.

Kantutin moko tol! Gawin mokong babae!

Him: Sampalin moko.
Me: Ha?
Him: Tangina mo sampalin moko!

(While I was taking a yosi break from a threesome) Nishi, pasok ka sa kwarto, patigasin mo si Eric. Gusto ko magpa-fuck sa kanya.

I love you! PUTANGINA PARE I LOVE YOU!!! Teka, okay lang ba sayong sinasabihan ng ‘I love you’?


Monday, August 19, 2013

The Love Yourself Project Is Recruiting!

The Love Yourself Project is looking for new talents to join us in our fight against the spread of HIV. 

To sign up, CLICK HERE.  

Here is the POST taken from our site:

So, you know you’ve got talent and mad skills, but you want to do more than just your 8-to-5. Maybe there are all these creative ideas that you've been dying to unleash. Or maybe you’ve just got all this love inside of you that you want to share, but you don’t know where, or how, or whom to.

Find your impetus. LoveYourself is always looking for committed volunteers who believe in our vision of a self-loving, healthy, and HIV/STI-free Philippines, and who have the time, energy, and team spirit to make a difference in our community.


Software engineers / programmers. Technology is the tool that enables us to touch thousands of MSMs everywhere. And everyday, we're working on cutting-edge projects that can revolutionize the advocacy. If you’ve got IT chops, we want you! 
Visual artists / graphic designers. We make things look sexy. If you’ve got an eye for layouts and you rock at Photoshop, you’ll definitely want to join us. Get your best creative work out there and make a difference!

Events are our way of physically engaging and inviting people into our advocacy.
No hard and fast skills required here: we just need fun and energetic people who enjoy conceptualizing and organizing events. It’d be neat if you’ve had experience leading in promotions, sponsorships, visual design, or logistics, but it’s no biggie if you don’t. Just be dynamic, personable, and cooperative (and hopefully able-bodied!), and we’ll take care of the rest.

Research and evaluation is how we examine and improve the way we do things. 
Writers and researchers. Being part of the Research and Evaluation Board (REB) will give you the opportunity to directly shape the way we, as an organization, deliver to the thousands of MSMs who seek our services. You will also have the chance to lead in discovering and articulating the things about our clients that we need to know to help us reach and serve them better.

Counseling and Education is at the heart of what we do. 
If you didn’t exactly see yourself in the previous three, but you believe you have the empathy, open-mindedness, and people skills to show our community some real love, then be trained to be an HIV counselor and educator, directly contributing to the organization's key objective: HIV awareness, education, counseling and testing

Discover what we do (along with other cool, important stuff about us) here.

An "impetus" is something that incites a stimulus. If you've read this far, you've probably been looking for an impetus yourself: a cause that has meaning, a space for your ideas to play, a community where you belong.

LoveYourself offers an opportunity to be part of a worthwhile movement, where volunteers unite their diverse talents behind the purpose of promoting HIV awareness, counseling and education. It’s no secret that we're growing— with more and more people starting to love themselves, we’re putting up a new community center to meet the skyrocketing demand for our HIV testing and counseling services. As we scale up to take on the country’s burgeoning HIV epidemic, we need an army of Lovers—our name for committed, talented people like yourself—who find meaning in what we do, and can help us make a difference.

Sign up to volunteer on our website: Our next batch of volunteers will be invited to the Orientation event on August 31, 2013 (we recommend you block of this date as early as now).

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Worth The Risk

Hey E.

We’ve been dating for a while now. Was it on our third month when I told you that I’ve already fallen in love with you? Well, I didn’t really “fall in love” with you, it was more that I chose to love you. My heart has been wounded too many times already for it to just fall for someone. I’ve long dismissed the fairy-tales and rainbows kind of love. I’ve decided to see love as a decision. Feelings change and even fade; they make a weak foundation to build love on.  A decision, on the other hand, will hold for as long as you choose to stick to it.

And so it was that I chose to keep my eyes only on you. I decided not to date anyone else. I reserved my weekends for you, spent my nights in your place, I was always there when you wanted me by your side. Those were things I chose to do because I have already decided to love you.

But after all my talk about not being capable of falling in love, of not wanting to fall in love, I still found myself falling for you.

The things that I used to choose to do, I started doing because I was already incapable of doing otherwise. I could no longer let a day pass without me telling you that I loved you. I found it hard to sleep without you in my arms.

I was sure that you were the one I wanted to be with. Sadly, you could never seem to bring yourself to be sure about me.

I know that you want to be with me. I can feel it from the way you take care of me and the way that you keep on holding on to me somehow. But you have always held me at an arm’s length, just close enough to be within reach, but still at a distance. You keep asking all these questions; questions that no matter how hard I tried to answer, you are always still unconvinced.

I don’t know how much longer I can hold on. I don’t know how much longer I can keep on choosing to love you. To be honest, I have started seeing someone else. He and I have only gone out a few times, but I can’t help but feel that the likelihood of him giving me a chance is more than I should hope for from you.  You and I have been together much longer, but honestly, where we are now doesn’t feel that far from where we started. And I don’t know how much longer I can keep lingering in that place. I can't keep trying to prove my worth.

I know you’re worth the wait. You really are. But I also think that I am worth the risk, what we have is worth the risk. I just wish you could see that too.