So everyone is on the same page…
In the past I have discussed “body language” issues on this blog– as related to sexual practices and preferences.
Things I did not know about– before I began my research in the early 2000s. Why? Many wanted to say things to me as I started on this journey of “why me”– as related to sex. Many have appeared too angry with me. No, i did not know about AIDS so I may have misunderstood some of the anger.
I am a very private person– and never had friends nor family to discuss things with– so my journey has been one of observations and circumstantial evidence. Believe that my relations are who I claim they are– and then perhaps you will understand the sheltered environment I lived in.
Think about this– I started college when I was 15. I am told my birthday is actually in September [started college in August], and two years later than my birth certificate indicates. My friends were probably insured and older and could not talk to me about a lot of things. I often say– I do not even know when my closest friends had their first kiss. I know when I had mine– Bill Foster on Fort Meade in the summer of 1973. I was probably 11.
Lately, earpiece has wanted me to discuss an issue that I have been hesitate to discuss.
Why? Well it is connected to a cause and effect health issue and I do not like discussing health issues in a global forum that I have been given contradictory information about.
What I will say– the term I use “ouch bottom”– is not exactly what I thought it was. There apparently are two different ouch bottoms and perhaps more popular with Black Americans than other ethnic segments of our culture.
There is a high and low. High is actually “cupping” a term I have learned in this time period but have no experience with. I am told it is popular with couples of all ethnic backgrounds. The difference between different ethnic groups using “cupping” — there is apparently a bit more force– which causes a more pronounced bottom– however it is cupping.. No sh*t involved– is how it was put to me.
The other ouch bottom does involve sh*t. The bottom is a bit higher and participates tend to walk as if a pole has been inserted in their behinds.
This follows with reports I was first given after Feb. 2012 when the earpiece was activated– the reason I feel confident my definition of “ouch bottom” was misleading. There are two types.. one more invasive– and one not but also a bit painful.
Hepatitis has been another health issue– as explained to me by the earpiece. I do not have Hepatitis nor AIDS– and want you to discuss with your doctor or a medical professional any questions you may have. That said– my information states– any type of anal sex can rip the very thin wall of the intestine. Condom or no condom, does not make a difference. Ripping that wall can cause problems. Cupping defined here– is not “anal sex”.
I am not sure why this is so important to earpiece personnel– I believe mostly white [thats what flagged– me I am vanilla in outlook but used to black men that like my hips. I have concerns for my country– so this is not about a race issue for me], but since I did not understand all the ouch bottoms– I thought I would take this opportunity to explain my error.