Thursday, October 29, 2009

Just a simple statement of fact....

Do ya disagree? Somehow I didn't think so!
Be safe over the Halloween weekend - don't let any goblins, vampires, witches or zombies get ya! *wink

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Officer Kristine! Roleplaying and Dress Up!

Officer Kristine reporting for duty, Sir!

I dunno, ya think I'd make a good soldier? I know I'd like to make IT WITH a good soldier but I don't think I've got it in me to take all those orders and behave all the time. I mean, after all, isn't that what a good soldier does - obeys?

But I sure do like to roleplay and dress up....I'm REALLY good at that! CLICK HERE to see if I've got the RIGHT STUFF!

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Friday, October 23, 2009

Jacksonville! Flashing on the Balcony!

I went to Jacksonville recently to visit some friends for a weekend! The room I stayed in was really nice and the balcony was awesome! It looked out over the river and there was this awesome bridge that lit up at night! Before dinner one evening, I decided I wanted to play with some of the cars coming over the bridge!

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Monday, October 19, 2009

World's First Guy to Guy Tip about Women!

Hope everyone has a great week! I've got lots of things planned for this week since I was out of town all weekend! Have to get the normal house things done but also have a video that I have to get rendered and up on my site for ya!
I've also started working on some new hardcore action as well, so I'll be trying to set some of those shoots up as soon as I can!
But of course, y'all know I am a hunting widow and hunting season is just around the corner! But that just gives me lots of free time on my hands.....wonder what kind of trouble I can get into? Heehee

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Sunday, October 18, 2009


This update is all about my tootsies! My dirty, grimy feet! I had gone to the beach looking for a spot to take some pretty outdoor shots, but unfortunately there were people and kids everywhere so didn't get any shots THAT day!

So I just tramped around on the beach and had a fun afternoon but by the time I got back my feet were filthy! I was going to just wipe them down with a washcloth but they were way too dirty for that!

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Monday, October 12, 2009

Tits & Ass!

Who doesn't like a little T&A?

I know I do! Especially when you combine it with a garter belt and silky stockings! There's not a whole lot sexier than a garter belt in my opinion! Full back, lacy panties, super silky stockings, black garter belt, and a whole lot of tits and ass! I love that you love my curvy body, my plump bottom, and my more than a handful boobs!

It makes my already wet pussy that much wetter to hear about it, so shoot me an Email and let me know what you would like to see me do next! I always get members requests up - along with other things I get up for my members! heehee

Other exciting news! I was featured in Da B.L.A.S.T. blog over the weekend! The gentleman ( @DukeGordoneInk ) that does the blog and interviewed me is a great guy, real gentleman, and pretty damn sexy too! ;-) Check out the interview and this blog - you'll probably wanna bookmark this!



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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Clubbin' With Kristine

Ya know I love to party! And I'm usually out with my husband on the weekends at a local pub or bar stirring up trouble, but every now and then I like to go out with the girls! And when that happens, we don't go to the normal hangouts! We go to the nightclubs in downtown! The girlfriends and I always egg each other on to wear something really slutty and be as naughty as possible! And sometimes, the girls night out turns into the next day too!

This time one of the girlfriends husbands was away on business so we had the house to ourselves, which just made things worse because we all KNEW some unsuspecting person (or persons) was in for the night of their lives! We weren't wrong!

We were in the club - dancing and drinking and flirting, of course and one of my friends decided to tell one of the guys we were flirting with that I had a website. He couldn't believe it so we showed him! I asked him if he wanted to be on the site and he said sure! So after a few more rounds, we went back to the house!

He's got 3 girls all over him in the cab ride back and I think (don't remember for sure!) he came from a blowjob one girl was giving him on the way! lol By the time we got home, I was ready to pounce...but he apparently had sobered up a little and realized that if his wife found out, well he'd be dead meat! But he really wanted to watch, so out came the camera and the less drunk friend took a set, and she didn't do half bad (Thanks girlie!) After the pictures...well needless to say, the guy was definitely in the dog house when he crawled home the next morning with pussy breath and pussy cum all over his cock! heehee

But just wanted to give a shout out to Bill ... thanks for a GREAT time and you're welcome to come back for a shoot anytime you want! *wink

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Thursday, October 1, 2009

Body Image Revolution

I thought this was something worth reading and wanted to pass it along. And I'll be honest, I love the fact that she (the editor) says she doesn't want to make the skinny girls eat a cheeseburger either - it's just about acceptance. We are all different and we all like different looks - and it's time women have a chance to just be happy with what we are!


As the editor of this magazine, I've been proud of plenty of portraits we've published--from fashion designers to First Ladies and beyond. But I'm especially proud of a shoot you'll see in our November issue--not because of the work that went into it, but because of the important work it kicks off. Oh, and did I mention the whole fun, fabulous thing was your idea?

Here's the photo: (Actually it is above!) seven beautiful women, all three to five sizes larger than the models you generally see in magazines. We'll get to the reasons for that in a minute, but for now, let's just spend a minute soaking up their gorgeousness!

Lovely, right? Now here's the backstory: About two months ago, Glamour started receiving letter after letter about the exuberant smile--and naturally curvy tummy--of a model who'd appeared in a small photo on page 194 of our September issue. ("This picture is absolutely amazing," wrote one. "Finally, a picture of a woman with a rounded, squishy, real belly!") I wrote here about the reader reaction, and about "the woman on page 194" herself, 21-year-old model/singer/softball player Lizzie Miller, who went on to be interviewed everywhere from Oprah Radio to Access Hollywood. But the most important conversation took place right here on, where over 1,000 of you posted your own joyous reactions to a figure with curves. "Lizzi, you are radiant," wrote one. "Shine on, sister." (Men loved the picture too: "I speak on behalf of all men: she is stunningly beautiful," went one typical comment. "Please, make more of her.")

Reading the comments, it was hard not to notice that many ended with the same two words: "More, please!" Matt Lauer put it pretty bluntly to me on the Today Show: "Cindi, you know we've had these types of segments before where a photo like this...sparks a lot of positive comments and you know what, the editors of the magazines come in and go, "It's great, it's great!" and then we go back to skin and bones. Is this gonna change things?"

It's a fair question--but the answer is, at least at Glamour, yes. Don't get me wrong: I'm proud of this magazine's longtime dedication to photographing women of all sizes. But can we do more? Of course--and that starts here. As you'll read in our November issue, Glamour is committing to featuring a greater range of body types in our pages, including in fashion and beauty stories (traditionally the toughest areas for even the top "plus-size" models to crack).

I know that seems like it should be the easiest thing in the world to do. And you'd be perfectly entitled to wonder why "plus-size" models are so uncommon in magazines and other parts of the media to begin with. I'll try to answer a few of the questions you've asked most:

What's up with women like Lizzie Miller being called "plus-size," anyway? As Genevieve Field writes in our November issue, most "plus-size" models actually aren't plus-size humans. It's one of the perversities of the modeling industry that women are moved into "plus" divisions once they're anything larger than a six. (They actually have to wear cutlets and padding to model plus-size clothing.) Strange but true.

And why don't you see more "plus" models in fashion stories? Well, lots of reasons, but partly because the clothes are so flippin' small. The "samples" we borrow for shoots are generally cut to fit a size zero-to-four frame. (If we just went out and bought bigger sizes from the store, those styles would be off the racks and unbuyable by the time you saw them in Glamour.) Why do designers cut so tiny? Beats me, but Glamour plans to cheer on those who work with us in glamorizing women of all sizes from now on. It's not always easy for them: When designer Mark Fast recently put three size 10-ish models on his London runway last week (all looking highly hot), two of his top creative people reportedly quit in protest. Whatever! Mark's apparently going on to do a line for Topshop. Happy ending.

Is showing larger-size women...unhealthy? It's a serious question: Amid the cheering for Lizzie Miller on was a distinct strain of criticism from readers who worried the photo promoted obesity. First things first: Lizzie's not obese. (At 180 and 5'11, she's maybe a couple of pounds overweight.) But more than that, I don't buy that showing women in a variety of sizes will discourage heavier ones from maintaining a healthy weight. Glamour assistant editor Margarita Bertsos--who wrote about her own 75-pound weight loss for Glamour--said it best: "This photo in no way sends a message to me that I should quit taking care of my body... It has the complete opposite effect on me, reminding me to love myself, treat myself well (and that INCLUDES a healthy diet and exercise), and showing me that I can and should smile in my nakedness and belly rolls, because I'm worthy of that kind of that unabashed self-love right this second. We all are!" Amen.

To be clear, I'm not on the "real women have curves" bandwagon here, arguing that only bodies like Lizzie's are "real"--and that slender women are all unreal waifs who should just eat a cheeseburger and get over themselves. Turning the tables so we can bash one type instead of another isn't the answer. Celebrating the fact that we're all born different is. Think about it: In real life, women of all shapes and sizes have crazy sex appeal and killer confidence. Why should our own pages look any different?

We'll do our best to live up to this standard in the future: shooting models who diverge in every way from the cookie-cutter norm. Is it a retreat from fantasy? Of course not: If we wanted unadulterated reality, we could just print everyone's driver's-license picture. But I happen to think that a fantasy every reader can have a piece of is the most powerful fantasy of all. Thank you for encouraging us to try to provide it, and for pointing the way forward here. Your words inspire me daily.

Now tell me, what did you think when you first saw the group photo above? And how much reality, and how much fantasy, do you want in a magazine, and from the media?