I’ve decided to change this blog up a bit. It will still be a place for my nude self portraiture, but I will also be posting things I find especially sexy, kink related stuff, and links to more sexy videos I have made/will be making. I’m also in the process of getting a mygirlfund set up. This is basically a heads up to everyone following me that if you don’t want to see/read about lots of sexually explicit things, you might want to consider unfollowing me here. I’ll be tagging everything appropriately and tagging whatever trigger warnings I can think of. I have another blog which will remain the same, which is to say, NSFW and body positive but not sex/kink related - my main blog - www.phoenixfloe.tumblr.com - follow me there instead if you aren’t interested in following a kinky, sex-related blog! :)
hot chai or mint and camomile tea with a bit of honey
comfy beds or nooks with lots of comforters and cotton blankets
reading comic books, manga and books about adventure, fantasy, and science fiction in said beds/nooks
watching back to back episodes of whatever TV show I’m currently addicted to, curled up under blankets on the couch (I guess watching one episode is pretty cozy too lol but there’s something about sinking into the couch for a long haul that is particularly cozy. Ghost in the Shell marathons is how I learned that one. :P)
fire, in general - candlelight, lamp light, camp fires, bon fires, wood stoves, brick ovens, roasters
hot comfort food - such as mac and cheese, pesto pizza with onions, mushrooms, and garlic, hot and sour chicken piquant soup with jalapeño corn bread from the Bayou Kitchen
SOUP! Miso soup with eggs and mushrooms and onions! My special cold/flu obliterating garlic and kale soup! Mmmmmmsoup…
unexpected kind words/vibes from a stranger
connecting with another person intimately
hugging certain people
watching the stars, deep in the country, on a brisk, crystal clear October night with my love, naked and entwined under a mountain of blankets until the sun comes up
I'm not trying to ask some Catholic-conservative-right wing-self reflective bullshit question here but as someone who puts out nude photos you must know that some dudes rubbing one out to you no matter how artsy you try to be. How does that make you feel? At least you have more than one way to make someone smile.
If anything, it makes me feel flattered. I’m posting nudes of myself publicly, online, and my body hair appeals to an increasingly common “fetish.” I would be pretty naive to think sexuality wouldn’t come into play. I am completely fine with consensual sexuality in general, and if people like what they see on my blogs and want to get all sexual about it, go right ahead! As far as I’m concerned, sex is great, orgasms are great, masturbation is great, and anything else that facilitates or adds excitement to these wonderful gifts from nature is also great. [As long as it is all consensual.]
Why don't you ever shave? Don't you ever just feel like you should?
No, I really don’t. I find shaving to be painful, wasteful, time consuming, and more costly than the “do nothing” alternative. Shaving has always been painful, and the smoothness incredibly fleeting, because I have such thick hair, and it grows SO fast. I’m stubbly within about eight hours of shaving, and the stubble itches for days. I can only shave once every two or three days or I get the worst razor burn in the world, so bad my hair follicles will often bleed. Also, it takes about an hour for me to shave all of my body hair. I did this awful ritual for years when I was in school, because I bought into the “should” expectations bombarding me from every direction, and it didn’t stop people from making fun of me. I even tried two years of electrolysis (which is time consuming, painful, and expensive). It was only my cool-headed, calm, and compassionate reactions to their antagonism that stopped them. So, I began asking myself over and over, WHY? WHY am I doing this to myself?
I’ve always had an underlying desire to love my body hair. It didn’t happen all at once. It started with me asking a guy I was dating (when I was 15) if he minded that I had stopped shaving my legs. He said, “I don’t mind if you don’t shave your legs if you don’t mind that I don’t shave mine.” It was one of the most sensible things I have ever heard. It just seemed so obvious to him and that amazed me. I found him to be extraordinary, and he made me feel truly accepted in my skin in that moment. After that, I rarely shaved my armpits or legs, but I kept shaving the rest of my body hair. It took me a while and I found it challenging to be able to feel sexy with hair on my chest and belly. From there, it was a pretty slow process of acceptance until, finally, at around age twenty-two, I began to fully accept it and stopped removing it altogether. I shaved my whole body one more time, maybe a year after I started growing it all out. It reminded me why I was stopping and solidified my desire to keep my fuzzies intact. It’s been around three years, now, since I last shaved anything other than my face and neck. I fully ADORE my body hair. Especially my fuzzy belly. It’s always been my favorite. Embracing my own natural human state and fully accepting the important functions of body hair revolutionized my self image and level of confidence. It truly changed my life.
A while ago, I wrote a few paragraphs explaining some of the reasons why I choose not to practice body hair removal. It will answer this question more thoroughly. Here is a link to that entry:
I've been reading your sites for the last couple of weeks, and I love it. You are such a fabulous person! Your delight in your body is infectious and even if I'm having a body-negative day, reading through a page or two of your posts and seeing your joyfulness makes it possible for me to dance happily naked in front of the mirror. Thank you for that! Thank you too for your positive influence regarding body hair. I haven't shaved at all for a couple of years, and I feel I'm in excellent company!
Aww you’re welcome, and thank you so much for sharing this with me! It is so wonderful to hear all of this! Much love and light to you, beautiful human. ❤
This morning I saw one of your pictures for the first time. Right now it's embarrassing to admit that, at first, I found it a little bit disgusting. But then disgust turned into curiosity, and after a short research, voilà, I found your website. I've been stuck here the whole day, reading your comments and looking at all those beautiful pictures. And suddenly, I noticed I had a full erection. You blew a bunch of useless prejudices in a single day. Thank you very much.
Aahhhh, thank you so much for sharing this with me! And you are absolutely welcome! This message totally made my day! ♥
I love hair on women. (I'm a not very hairy male.) Especially the hair that goes up to the belly button, for some reason. But I sure do like the hair on your breasts and chest! My question is, um, um, does the climate where you live hinder your nudist activities much?
Yes! Winter is very long here, wah… I’m not good with cold, but I take a lot of baths and that helps. I adore summertime.
i stumbled across your blog accidentally, and it is, by far, one of the greatest things i've ever done. i can't stop scrolling- you have such an amazingly cute/bubbly/wonderful personality/face/body and i just want to send you infinite internet kisses!!!
Awww thank you so much!!! Infinite Internet kisses back atcha! ♥
I didn't want to ask a question so much as to let you know how happy I am to have found your blog. I am an XX/XY tetragametic chimera, and my body is something of a pastiche of masculine and feminine secondary sexual characteristics. I've had a lot of self-esteem issues stemming from my pseudohermaphroditism, but lately I've been growing to accept and even love my body, and it certainly doesn't hurt to see such a beautiful woman whose body resembles my own in so many respects.
Wow! Thank you for sharing! I am a very gender fluid sort of human gal. I appreciate your perspective very much. It’s wonderful to hear that you are learning to love and embrace your beautiful, natural self. I’m glad to hear my blog is a source of inspiration and encouragement for you. Much love and many well wishes! ♥
I accidentaly found your blog, and it's amazing, I'm a 16 years old girl with a low selfsteem because I have so much hair in all my body, and I thinked I'm weird, disgusting or whatever,but now, I'm happy to find this, and I apreciate your work! P.D: Sorry for the bad grammar, I don't speak english :(
Awww I’m so glad you feel inspired and uplifted by my work! Thank you for sharing this with me. Much love and many blessings your way, lady! You’re beautiful and precious just the way you are. :)
With all of that hair, how do you smell down there after a long hot summers day? Does your chap find it a little off putting at all?
Haha, no, not at all. My natural scent is pleasant, from what I’ve been told/from what I’ve experienced while smelling myself. My husband loves it. I think I smell better now that I don’t practice hair removal than I ever did when I was. I especially love the smell of my armpits. But I eat healthily, bathe regularly, and exercise often which are the three main things any human can do to smell lovely in their natural state.
(People hold the bathing thing to various levels of importance. I think it really depends on the person. I can go several days without bathing and still smell great, but I LOVE taking baths and very rarely will go more than two or three days without. My ex-girlfriend could go weeks without bathing before her smell would even be noticeable. I thought she always smelled like the forest and lavender - very earthy, sweet, mild, and wonderful.)
I believe that we humans have been denying things like the natural scent of pheromones for so long that it has become second nature to many. I feel this is doing us all a great disservice. I believe pheromones are a very important communication tool that help us to interact not only with the world around us but also with ourselves. If I get sick or am about to get sick, I smell different and not in a good way - everyone does. I believe that unpleasant smell is the body’s way of letting us know we need to eat better, sleep more, exercise more, and take better care of ourselves in general. Many people think we are so far removed from the animal world that we can cover these messages from our body up with chemical sprays and harsh, harmful deodorants and not cause severe damage. I believe thinking this way is very wrong, and I believe a vast majority of the health problems we have in the world today are a direct result of this very unhealthy disconnect from our own internal communication systems.
im a woman who chooses not to shave most of the time, so please don't think im bagging on you -- i was just wondering, regardless of the fact that you embrace your body hair (which is obviously awesome), if you could choose to magically have a "normal" amount of body hair, would you?
Oh, cool question! There was a span of time in my life when I would have been overjoyed at such a prospect. But at this point in my life, no absolutely not. I would miss my fuzzies so much. If somehow I lost my hair due to something out of my control, I would be sad but I’m sure I would accept and embrace it with time. I definitely wouldn’t choose it of my own free will. Thank you for your question! :)
What a cool mutation you have! I study genetics and your hair pattern is quite lovely. Are you mid east or north african ? Your eye color comes up sometimes in that phenotype. As does the hair, any way sent we humans amazing?
I agree! Humans are so amazing! :) I’m of Italian descent. Many women in my family have a lot of body hair too. Thank you for the compliments. ♥
Hey, not being a troll or whatever, but do you know that, for a woman, being hirsute is often a symptom of uterine problems? You might want to have it checked out, if you can. I've no problem with your fluffiness, though :3 I'm really glad you're confident enough to post these things online! Just get checked out to make sure you're healthy, okay?
I already have and I’m absolutely fine. :) My fuzziness is a result of my heritage according to doctors. Many other women in my family have lots of fuzzies too. But thank you for your concern and sweet words of encouragement. :)
When you first met your husband, how did you tell him about your body hair? Like did you let him know or he found out for himself? What was his reaction at first? I've heard guys who comment on how they don't like hairy women or women with hairy arms and so on. I myself have hair on my arms and a little happy trail, so I'm always self conscious about my body hair and what a future significant other might think.
My husband initially found me online through my modeling. He saw many photos of me very hairy before we ever even met. He is a professional photographer with quite eclectic tastes and my body hair was one of the things that made him want to shoot with me in the first place. He has been attracted to body hair for as long as he has been attracted to people at all. He went through a while where he had kind of given up hope thinking he would ever be able to find a significant other with a lot of body hair or who at least didn’t remove what body hair they had. When he met me, it was basically a dream come true. In general, I believe that it is very important not to feel pressure to change something like body hair for a significant other if you don’t desire to. It will always put a strain on the relationship. I also know for a fact that there are many men out there who would love to find an all natural hairy woman to be with - it can definitely take a bit more exploring. Open communication with potential love interests will help this process. In my experience, it is women who care about body hair on other women more often than it is men.
I wrote more about my experiences with significant others relating to my body hair in the following post: http://phoenixfloe.tumblr.com/post/44753259300/do-your-partners-ever-say-anything-or-get-creeped-out
AWWHWHWAHWAHHHH get a pee video and then informed it was her first time showing someone her peeing
AAWWAWWAHHH SO GIDDY and obviously high RN
I had already decided before seeing this that when I pop my pee cherry you shall be the receiver of the first video, you adorable, strange creature. :D I have been thinking a lot about peeing on camera/pee fetish in general for the past few days, and suddenly it’s all over my blog. Yay for serendipity! More with the peeing!
I must say, you are the first woman I've seen celebrating her hair everywhere, not just armpits or bush, and I really truly appreciate it. I'd always been ashamed of my body hair, I've always felt that no one could ever be happy about having hair on their body, and you've shown me that it's possible to accept and be proud of it. You've inspired me to work on accepting myself now, thank you!
Awww, yay!! You are SO welcome! Thank YOU for sharing this with me. Much Love!