Saturday, October 30, 2010






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Friday, October 29, 2010

Sunday, October 24, 2010

These Boots Are Made For ...


Getting Ready For You!


More Nylon and Lace

Ready For You!

Nice Booty

Getting Ready



Pure Sex


Pay Attention!

Lifelong Health: Depression Often Comes With the Arrival of Winter

As colder weather rapidly approaches, many health practitioners are keenly aware that the "winter blues" is more than just an expression.

In winter, the incidence of depression significantly increases. So, when the American Psychiatric Association recently updated their guidelines on the management of depression, it couldn't have come at a better time.

The most striking recommendation is the emphasis on psychotherapy as a critical component of treatment. Therapy not only improves the symptoms of depression but also helps patients build the coping skills necessary to deal with many of the root causes of the condition. Frequently, patients ask me to prescribe antidepressants yet resist seeing a qualified therapist.

While antidepressants are valuable tools in treating depression, these medications work best when taken in combination with ongoing psychotherapy. This may be done by psychiatrists occasionally, but more frequently, behavioral therapists see depressed patients either alone, with a spouse or a family member and, occasionally, in groups. The therapeutic value of talking with an expert, also referred to as cognitive behavioral therapy, is an essential element of treatment.

The association does recommend using a rating scale to accurately diagnose and define the psychiatric symptoms and severity of depression. As a general rule, depression is usually defined as minor or major. A patient with minor depression feels glum or sad, experiences frequent fatigue, has difficulty sleeping and may either gain or lose weight. Importantly, the patient is not suicidal and is able to function adequately at home or at work. The condition can persist for years and is often referred to as dysthymia. Minor depression can often be helped significantly with psychotherapy alone.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, major depression occurs in 3.4 percent of the population. It affects people of all ages, ethnic groups, sex and socioeconomic status. To diagnose a major depression, a patient must have a significantly depressed mood or loss of interest or pleasure for most of the day for at least two weeks. Weight loss, insomnia, fatigue or loss of energy, a feeling of worthlessness and excessive guilt, a reduced ability to concentrate, and recurrent thoughts of death or suicide are common symptoms. These patients usually find it impossible to function in the community, and those deemed to be at risk for suicide should be admitted to a facility for observation and intensive treatment.

The association's recommendations focus primarily on major depression, an illness that must be taken very seriously. On occasion, the cause of major depression may be the presence of an illness, an adverse effect of a drug or may have been precipitated by a major psychological stress. It is important to determine if the patient has turned to drugs or alcohol or if substance abuse is a cause of the problem. Family and social issues must be carefully assessed. Dysfunctional relationships and physical or emotional abuse could be the root cause of a major depressive episode.
Mostly, depression occurs for no good reason and is associated with declines in serotonin and noradrenaline concentrations in the brain, which can lead to all of the disease's symptoms. Antidepressants aim to increase the concentration of serotonin, noradrenaline or both. Responses to individual antidepressants vary from patient to patient, and multiple trials of different medications may be needed before symptomatic relief occurs. Anyone who remains chronically depressed or has had three or more episodes of major depression should be maintained on antidepressants indefinitely.

When neither psychotherapy nor medications eliminate the symptoms of major depression, electroconvulsive therapy should be considered. In this procedure, electric currents are passed through the brain of sedated patients. Although the mechanism is ill understood, it is highly effective in improving symptoms.

Approximately 10 percent of Americans are depressed. It is a true epidemic that is frequently ignored, inadequately treated and often misunderstood. If you or someone you love suffers from depression, do not wait to seek help. Psychotherapy with or without the addition of medications can prove to be life changing.


Dr. David Lipschitz is the author of the books, "Breaking the Rules of Aging" and "Dr. David's First Health Book of More Not Less."

Saturday, October 23, 2010


Do You Want To Put This in Panties?

Ask Me Anything!

I'm really interested in going to a (sleazy!) gay cruise bar to experiment with giving head and maybe being fucked, but what about diseases? Any advice? I'd want to swallow their load but that's too risky..

WEAR CONDOMS Silly... get to know someone and where they have been before you experiment without. If you found me, you can google Sexually transmitted diseases. Read up of sucking c*ck before you venture out. You are obviously bi curious .. are u into gay or tgirls or ... but be safe!

What brand of panties do you wear? Everyday and special occasions please.

Love VS ... but buy my panties at Macy's, Nordstrom, L&T, Marshall's and many other places. Special occasions are silk... everyday is for satin or nylon, or Lycra or lace ... I love my men to bring me lingerie...

I love all styles, thongs, tangas, boyshorts....

Do you have any tips for finding a domme that will train and feminize you in person, not just by phone or online?

Are you looking for a Pro Domme? I am not where you are in the world but I would try Max Fisch's Domina Guide. Most large cities have a bdsm scene. New York does, Toronto, LA, Dallas, Washington DC -- try Black Rose...

Wednesday, October 20, 2010


While with Quinn and Alexis, what did you wear everyday?

Bar, garters, stockings, and heels mostly indoors. No panties. It's my favorite daily uniform any way!

Halloween is a time when many transform to a different personna, letting out their inner "something," even if just for one night. Assuming your inner "something" is now your outer personna, what changes for you at Halloween?

Interesting question ... Jenny McCarthy comes to mind ... I will have to ponder that question some more!

Were you bi before or after your feminization?

As young teenager, me and two other guys played with our new found hardness together. So when I began experimenting with my sisters' lingerie it became an easy transition from st8 to bisexual. I have always enjoyed both men and women.

what's the hottest word you can be called in bed?

Slut has always worked for me! F*cktoy works too. C*cksucker too ... whore ...