October 20, 2006
Volume 34
Issue 42
search only SGN online
Friday, Nov 27, 2020



Lipstick and Lust
More love with my army friend, bottoming, gasp! And more great stuff in this Lipstick and Lust
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Ah, it's so good to be sitting here writing this column, after my latest art modeling gig. Fun, but exhausting, lemme telya sweeties. Still, nothing like seeing yourself through the eyes of an artist to make the old ego take flight, eh? And dahlings, I'll just say, I'm looking pretty tasty these days, if I must say so myself.

So, guess what your little love goddess has been up to these days (besides modeling for art)? Well, I decided to walk the other side of that wild and wicked street at The Wet Spot and try bottoming, but only for a very special someone. This first started as a 'present' to my army love, wanting to give something of an experiential eye feast for my love, when that one was recently off duty for a weekend with moi. And it helped that a certain hot trannie, with a fetish for German officer get up (one of my deepest, darkest fantasies -- hope no one's getting their panties in a knot over this one) was more than willing to whip my ass into shape. I had a bruised, sore behind, but a smile bigger than Texas! Oh, it hurt so good and me and sweetie went home after and had earthshaking, wake the neighbors three streets over sex! Wowza!

I'm still enjoying topping the occasional bottom and working with my fairly regular slave (that one might be getting a collar for X-mas), but walking an edge is so sexy I'm definitely going to be trying more in the future, as well as maybe engaging in a little 'gang-bang' with a hand-picked group at Le Wet Spot, maybe to ring in the new year. And yes, my relationship with my lover in the army continues to amaze, astound and cause me to grow in ways I never imagined. Maybe a book or a play might come out of the memories some day, who knows. Stay tuned. But, I did also try some great treats, which I will now share with you, so you can sparkle and shine, even as the days shorten and we head into the season of darkness and rain.

First on my list of new 'finds' for Fall, is the latest addition to my collection of red lipsticks and glosses, MAC's 'Ruby Woo' lipstick. It's matte and makes even jeans look dressy, and doesn't come off that easy, unless you're kissing as hard as sweetie and I do! Also try Vera Wang's 'Princess' eau de toilette spray, 'Cannabis Santal' eau de parfum by Fresh (both of which you can get at Sephora (the lipstick's at Nordstrom's), and Betsy Johnson's signature scent, also at Nordstrom's. Ask for Tony and say I sent you!

I also recommend DHC's 'White Lotion', which is a splendid toner under a good moisturizer and guaranteed to make people notice how gorgeous your skin looks, even in this harsh weather. And do try Palladio's 'Herbal Mineral Eyes', which you can pick up at Nordstrom Rack. I like the 'Bronzed' because just a little makes me look naturally yummy and oh so sexy, especially with a little brown or black eye pencil, smudged just so. And finally, do try The Body Shop's 'Olive Glossing Shampoo'. True, I still like Philosophy's 'Cinnamon Buns' shower gel/shampoo and bubble bath better, but this shampoo ain't bad for my new, shorter hair, either. And on the subject of Philosophy, do try their 'Lemon Custard Hand Cream', which smells and feels as good as that sounds.

So, that's it for now my little peach/apple/ginger smoothies. Hope you've been over to Valu-Village, or to Red Light and picked out something spooky and sexy for that most fun of days, Hallowe'en. Sweetie's going as an angel, and if you could see my honey, you'd agree that's a perfect choice. And after 'test driving' one of the wigs I bought for my costume at The Wet Spot last weekend, I'm looking forward to vamping it up as a 'hoe', and I'm definitely getting some more of those fishnets while they're available at The Village of Valu.

Meanwhile, stay wonderful, love each other madly, and keep working to bring about peace on this little planet of ours. See you, maybe at the Lesbian/Gay Film Festival, if my busy schedule permits. Otherwise, have a great and safe All Hallows Eve, and do e-mail me at Oh, when I finally get off my bee hind, I'm thinking of blogging another serial story, so let me know what you think of that idea. Buh bye!

how to we rate them?

Seattle Gay Blog
It's new!
and live from Bumbershoot!

working for the freedom to
marry since 1995

copyright Seattle Gay News - DigitalTeamWorks 2006