A Modest Lifestyle #wickedwednesday

Modesty Ablaze Smells the flowersI’ve been incredibly lucky to have met some wonderful people, and enjoyed some amazing and wonderfully fun interactions, over the past 30-or-so years of my “Modesty Ablaze adventures”.

Some people I have met time and time again, some less frequently . . . some have become life-long friends, some just one-off acquaintances.

But whether I’ve met those people through my swinging, blogging, fetish,
or femdom experiences, there has always been one common thread, one common bond.

And that has been that we are all respectful and accepting, of each others lifestyle choices . . . no matter, how different we may be, no matter whether or not our “interests” overlap or merge. (Some of our swinging-friends are horrified at the thought of fetish-play, whilst many of our fetish friends are strictly, and happily, monogamous and will always remain so).

And I often think that that sort of acceptance is what is so sadly lacking in a lot of so-called “normal” or “mainstream” lifestyles.

People always seem so quick to judge others who do not conform with their own views or culture, or the way they live their own lives . . . too quick to label those lifestyles as strange, perverted, or just plainly “wrong”.

I am wonderfully happy . . . in fact empowered . . . by the choices I have made, the fun times I have enjoyed, and the love and affection I have experienced and have shared. Because, of course, sharing is caring!

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Xxx – K


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4 Responses to A Modest Lifestyle #wickedwednesday

  1. I think you are so right – many seem so quick to judge or say your way of life is wrong – Choice is the word here – and I will not be told by any “group” “person” how I should live my life – great modest post 😉 x

  2. I am so with you on this. It has become my mantra to say that people should respect others for their choices in life, as long as they harm no one. If there were more respect, there would be less violence, I am sure of that. We can’t all be the same, so why judge others when they don’t do things the way you would do it?
    Great post!

    Rebel xox

  3. Aw I love this! It is so very true. It’s wonderful for me to have met people I feel safe being myself around, even if it is only online right now. And the secret we all know is… Life is so much better when you stop worrying about what everyone else is doing lol!
    Aurora x

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