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Female , 26-30
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Life is good

I am a very eclectic person. My life is an open book, and I enjoy using my experiences to help others. I guarantee you that I'm not "normal" in much at all, but I'm also not trying to be different... the world's rules just don't work for me so I have to break them and make my own as I go along.

Last Seen Jul 30
Member Since Oct 20, 2010
Favorite Quote Be a first rate version of yourself, not a second rate version of someone else.
Heritage
  • a little Irish
  • and a little Hungarian
Vices good beer, sex, and other recreational activities with friends
Politics Anarchist
Horoscope Scorpio
Special day
Books Harry Potter series, Divergent, Insurgent
Music Anything from American folk, traditional Celtic, R&B, Pagan chants, Richard Cheese, country, rock, classic rock, metal, punk..yeah, pretty much everything....
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Local Time August 22nd, 10:19 AM

I Am Pagan

I Am Pagan And I Am Proud! My life only got meaning and fulfillment when I realized I am Pagan. I grew up in a religious family, somewhere between non-denominational Christian and Baptist. My family is very tight, we all live... [more]
PaganPride has shared 19 Mature Experiences
  • I Like Going Braless

    It'S More Fun. The only times I wear a bra is for work or occasions which require more formal attire. I love going braless to the store, especially to carry my purse with the strap between the girls. I'm an exhibiti… [more]
  • I Am Wiccan / Pagan

    My Pagan Life I'm not going to get into how/why/when I realized/became Pagan here. I want to share my current experience of living as an out and proud Pagan. Currently I am a student and a cashier at a highe… [more]
  • I Want To Have Lesbian Sex With Straight Girls

    Innocence I'm a happily married pansexual woman, but lately I've been more into women in my fantasies and dreams. We're in a swinging relationship, so I do get to have girl time sometimes. But that's always wi… [more]
  • I Have An Iud

    I Had Mirena I got my 1st Mirena around Thanksgiving of 2010. I had never had any pregnancies so my doctor had to dilate my cervix to get it in. It was unpleasant, but definitely not the most painful thing I'd eve… [more]
  • Venting Confessions

    you know what really grinds my gears?
    I'm sick and tired of hearing and reading "suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem". This is a nice little poetic phrase, but it's not true. Some people have crippling mental illnesses which are either not helped by medication or only temporarily alleviated by therapy and pharmaceutical intervention. Who are we to say that their problems are temporary? Then there's people with terminal illnesses who decide to die on their own terms and not suffer the worst that their disease has to offer. Who's right is it to demean their experience by saying that killing themselves is a permanent fix to a temporary problem? It's very different to tell someone that things can get better, tha… [more]
  • Other Confessions

    I sometimes want to be tiny
    Of course most people think I mean skinny, but I mean like mouse-sized. The earliest memory I have of feeling this way was in 1st grade. We had those school desks which you could flip open the top and see all of your supplies and books in there. I remember wishing I could shrink down and live inside it. Then as I got older, the size stayed the same but the dwelling changed..lockers, my under-bed storage..now it's gotten to pretty much anywhere. I'd like to live around other normal-sized humans, but never have them see me. I think it was the movie The Borrowers where there was little people that would take little bits of things from people that was so small it wouldn't even be missed. Like, o… [more]
  • Health Confessions

    I hate depression
    I have Major Depressive Disorder, and at one time was on medication for it. But the meds just made me feel worse, so now I deal with it in other ways. But, even when I'm not depressed I have frequent thoughts bordering on visions of completing suicide. I have been suicidal in the past, to the point where I had a plan and even a date set...but something always happened that would make me change my mind before I did it, not that I wasn't still very depressed. But right now, even though there is a fair amount of stress in my life, I'm not going through a depressive episode, but I still have these flashes...where I'm killing myself. It's bothersome just because, well, who really wants to imagine… [more]
  • Friends Confessions

    I miss you Kevin
    It was almost a year ago that I had heard the news there was a horrible car accident... I remember seeing that your 2 friends and your girlfriend had passed away, but they said you were still alive. They held your seat at the commencement that night, and people were thinking of you...But then after another day had passed, and they said that you didn't make it...I guess they kept you on life support long enough for your family to say goodbye. But, you donated your organs, so you saved a life. And last week your sister shared pics of a cabin in the woods, which is yours...you completed 2 of your goals even after you passed away. Dude, I went to your wake, you were so popular, but not like most… [more]
  • Letting my trauma go

    Posted on: October 20th, 2010 at 12:16PM

    (warning, some medical content, may not be for the faint hearted) I've always considered myself a fairly resilient person. I've never found it difficult to "shake things off" when something negative happens. My motto is "life goes on, it always ends up working out in the end..." Well, this was true until recently. I had my appendix out about a month ago. Then about a week and a half later one of my incisions was infected. So I went to the ER with my husband and that's where my trauma started. I'm not going to knock anyone or use any hospital names. But I went to one hospital that is owned by the same one where my surgery was at, because we figured we could get in and out faster. But when the… [more]

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