WARNING: THIS POST IS NOT SAFE FOR WORK!
Today’s choice might come as a surprise to some of you, but that’s okay. I am tired of hiding parts of myself to appease others. I’m not looking for attention, and to be completely honest, I surprise myself sometimes as I continue down this path of self-discovery.
I have often been afraid of my sexuality, wanting to hide it under a bush and not let anyone know that, well to be quite frank, I’m a freak, just ask my husband. Lol.
Anyway, yesterday’s pick touches on this, and with films like 50 Shades of Grey taking the main stage, there is one that I believe to be better, a highly underrated film.
Kristian’s 7th underrated film is:
Secretary (2002) Directed by Stephen Shainberg
Maggie Gyllenhaal plays a young woman who is recently released from a mental institution. She accepts a job as a secretary for a stern lawyer. Their relationship evolves from business to pleasure.
Now I am not going to get into the nitty-gritty details of my likes and dislikes in the bedroom. I do want some areas of my life to remain private, and I like to remain a tad mysterious, keep y’all guessing. Those closest to me know my *ahem* kinks. I have no shame in talking about sexual exploration with friends and certain family members. We’re all adults here, and sex is beautiful and wonderful, and if I can help my friends achieve that high by sharing some of my turn-ons and things for them to try with their men, then why not?
Why am I mentioning this? Well, this movie is quite hot and while I may not enjoy everything a BDSM relationship has to offer, there are some things I enjoy and this movie definitely revved my engine. There’s something about a man with anger in his eyes, and that’s all I’m going to say.
Ladies, I recommend watching this movie in your sexiest negligee, or maybe a corset and pantyhose, ya know, whatever you have in your closet, whatever makes you feel confident and sexy.
Fellas, I think you’ll enjoy this movie, but if you have a lady, get your handcuffs ready for this one. *Wink Wink*
Love & life lessons,