Anyway. One of our sponsors from 2012, The Lucky Bloke, is teaming up with Bloggers in Sin City to give away... a spot to 2013! (Cue cheering and the rejoicing of peasants). They're an international condom company and their founder, Melissa, attended this past year and she's an absolute sweetheart. Not that that has anything to do with anything, other than it makes me a fan of this company automatically. Oh, and they donate 10% of their
Now, I know. This isn't a sex blog, and I don't think I've ever once talked about sex, and now I'm talking about a condom company. (Though this blog IS quite sexy, yes? I mean, in the LMFAO "Sexy and I Know It" sense.) (I hate LMFAO. But DAMMIT this song has grown on me. Mostly because of the readily available jokes and puns ("I work out!") that make me somewhat culturally relevant.) (With all these parentheticals, I've forgotten my original point.)
My blog. In theory.
If you want a sex and dating blog, I'm going to redirect you to my lovely friend and fellow BiSC-uit Simone. It's not a topic that I'm entirely comfortable writing about because I have no idea who reads this and, quite frankly, for me it's a very personal subject and I feel like there could be awkwardness, somewhere. Not the kind of adorable awkwardness that's fun and quirky, but, like, legit awkwardness, of the blushing and stammering and averted glances. I don't consider myself a prude, but, hey. I live in Iowa. There's still a certain conservativeness in the air. Also: I have family members lurking in the wild of the Internet. Who knows where they'll end up?
OH GOD WHAT IS THIS POST TURNING INTO.
Lordy. Anyway. Sex! Safe sex! Because safe sex is responsible and mature and quite frankly if you're not responsible and mature you shouldn't be having it, because you're likely to be one of those people that ends up with unwanted pregnancies and forces me to go red in the face screaming about a women's right to choose, when quite frankly, if people would just be responsible in the first place, they wouldn't happen and it would save me a lot of angst and ranting because the abortion rate would stay low and maybe we could all just get along. So just remember: no glove = no love, and also = no baby drama. THE END.
Moving on... condoms are pretty much the easiest method of birth control out there. If you're poor and still want to fool around, find a college campus, they generally tend to give them away. Ours did, anyway. However, if you're feeling a little fancier and want some special selections, you should check out The Lucky Bloke's offerings. I'm too lazy to try to reword things in an attempt to not plagiarize the BiSC site post, so I'm just gonna outright quote it, because why reivent the wheel, right?:
1. Lucky Bloke Pleasure Packs ~ the Ultimate Pleasure Subscription
A monthly subscription box filled with high-end sensual treats, including everything from aphrodisiac chocolates to luxurious massage oils. Each delivery will be filled with a selection of internationally curated treasures that are a perfect addition to your sexy arsenal!
2. Lucky Bloke: the Ultimate Condom Subscription Service
Their flagship site offers a carefully researched and hand-selected assortment of the very best international condoms and lubricants for both one-time and recurring delivery. International shipping is only $2.50 and 10% of all sales go to urgent humanitarian causes.
So, in summary, The Lucky Bloke can help you (a) discover some new adult goodies and (b) possibly pay your (or preferably my) way to BiSC 2013.
More details about the BiSC spot giveaway here.
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Meanwhile, I shall sit and wait to see what this post does to my traffic sources. Heh.