Female Anatomy Alternative Name

    Anybody else use alternative names for the female anatomy?

    @Frost: Just curious, what are you hoping to learn from such a specific question?

    on September 23, 2020.

    I am sure there are people in the forum that talk dirty so to speak in bed and I dont mean use inappropriate language.

    on September 23, 2020.

    Dirty talk is fine. There are already some threads on this. I just asked because the way it was asked (the first version of the question) was highly specific.

    -Scott

    on September 23, 2020.
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      Just recently, (in a highly charged moment) I used a word for one of my parts that I have not used before and generally find offensive, but in the moment it did really good things for us. We love wordplay in general and between ourselves use whatever “feels right” at the time, even if it’s not something we would say in any other situation.

      I don’t have any specific cute nicknames to offer as suggestions, if that was what you were looking for. SC had the best ones anyway! 😉

      Under the stars Answered on September 23, 2020.
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        There are different slang words for the female anatomy, so I am not positive which one you are thinking of.

        In my attempt to up my “dirty talk” for my husband, I asked him what he preferred to call our genitals, therefore that is what I have started referring to them as, even if I am not fully comfortable with it yet. I do refer to them in non-sexual settings as Richard and Miss Kitty. 😉

        Under the stars Answered on September 23, 2020.

        Glad you didnt mind the question. I seem to be getting stoned for anything I ask.

         

        on September 23, 2020.

        Frost, that’s because you seem to only ask crass or titillating questions, make comments to that effect OR only seem top to be interested in those kind of crass, salacious answers. It appears like you’re just trolling a Christian sex-positive site than wanting to contribute in all the other conversations. People have directly addressed the concerns mentioned including how to rephrase things but you still continue.

        Your presence and participation in the community is always welcomed, your continued questionable motives and conversation? Not so much.

        on September 23, 2020.

        Its called judging. You dont even know me as a person. I am taken as some psycho that is here to troll. Not the case at all. Ugh. It doesnt matter what I say or how I word it. 

        on September 23, 2020.

        I’m disappointed you feel that way. You’re correct that I do not know you personally. I’ve only seen what you’ve written the past 5-6 months. I wasn’t judging. I was responding to your previous comment. Your presentation can be off-putting and has come at a time when we’ve had several trolls participate in the forum so if you feel like you’re “being stoned” (which is not mine or others intentions), why not try and considerately craft your questions & responses and consider some times sharing your reason(s) for asking? It’ll help all involved to experience a little more of you and your heart.  This is what Scott appears to ask you after you first posted your question today.

        on September 23, 2020.

        @Frost, not a problem 🙂  I don’t recall the wording of the question that I originally read, but it’s quite apparent that I was able to answer it, in it’s original wording, just fine.  🙂

        on September 23, 2020.

        @SC–I love your “code” names!

        on September 23, 2020.

        I hardly put any comments out there now because I have been labeled a troll and everything is offensive. I have yet to figure out how to word things to where people do not go crazy and tell on me for my “bad” behavior.

        on September 24, 2020.
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          Yes

          On the floor Answered on September 23, 2020.
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            @ LIL,  Ditto!

            Under the stars Answered on September 23, 2020.
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              Ditto to @LiL and @OWM.

              -Scott

              Under the stars Answered on September 23, 2020.
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                We use Little Tabbie and Little Jim as code words.

                 

                 

                Queen bed Answered on September 23, 2020.

                That makes this logophile happy:  Little Tabbie works on two levels, which makes it awesome!

                on September 23, 2020.
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                  What others have said – yes. And in the words of the Looney Tunes sign off “that’s all folks”.

                  Blanket on a secluded beach! Answered on September 23, 2020.
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                    Borrowed from Morgan Freeman’s line in The Shawshank Redemption:  “Honeypot”

                    On the floor Answered on September 23, 2020.
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                      I’ve been corrected here before and after some thought I agree with assertions made about what I wrote.

                      When we step back, even in the event that we get somewhat graphic in gently describing an interlude, it becomes necessary to be careful with our use of words. Some are slang and others have a history that is found nowhere else except the “red light district” as we might call it.

                      As for the word “kitty,” I liked it but she did not. Words for oral are fine or the word itself is good. The word that rimes with “fussy” I like but she will only tolerate it in the moment of passion so…I can’t think that it is absolutely necessary to decide on names or words but her coming from a christian household by name only confuses me as to her assessment of certain words. Often I say are we going to have a party in our room tonight? and the last two times in which it turned out to be anything but a party and no intimacy occurred, so an agreement of terms may be in the next serious conversation.

                      California King Answered on September 23, 2020.
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                        I don’t refer it as vagina but i don’t refer to it as *ussy either, only in my mind.  Husband has never referred to it as that but some other 70’s word that i hate but at least it’s not offensive or technical.

                        Blanket on a secluded beach! Answered on September 23, 2020.

                        Why is the word *ussy offensive? Some women prefer it.

                        on September 24, 2020.
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