The 9th Soul

Silvina Escudero: Takes Dirty Dancing to a Whole New Level

Posted in entertainment by Fated Blue on December 1, 2010

Okay so I was browsing a few updates and came across this couple in a Spanish dancing competition. The theme was of “Dirty Dancing” or at least that was what I thought they implied after they performed.

Just have a look at it. It’s only for 3 minutes. Oh yeah, it’s a bit R-15 in nature.


In case you can’t watch it where you’re browsing, it features this hot, sexy, Spanish woman (yeah, BEAUTIFUL SPANISH WOMEN = HOT AND SEXY IN ONE SENTENCE) who must’ve slept with her dance partner because their moves clearly showed (and by clearly I mean the show was live and DID NOT CENSOR any of it) the following:

1. Doggy Style

2. Petting

3. Genitalia touching

4. Breast exposure

5. Breast licking/fondling

It should produce a clean boner i.e. a hard on that was not intended in the first place which is the opposite of an intended boner/porn boner.

So I was wondering about the spit or swallow situation…

Posted in entertainment, life, Random by Fated Blue on May 27, 2009

I googled spit or swallow and found this interesting article from a Yale University student. This was dated December 7, 2001 so its already like 8 years old. But I found it not only “educational” but also entertaining. It really goes to show that even smart women really think about the do’s and don’ts of sex and what they do about it.

Not until I googled her name (Natalie Krinsky) that I found out that she has her own book titled Chloe Does Yale which, I quote from wikipedia:

Is a college fiction or more precisely a chick lit novel by Natalie Krinsky. The story line follows a Yale junior, Chloe Carrington, who writes a stirring column, “Sex in the (Elm) City” for the Yale Daily News.

And this article alone grew so popular compared to her other articles.

Anyway, here’s the article I found so informative to resist

Original link HERE

I’ll be searching for this book next time I end up in a bookstore! 😀


Spit or swallow? It’s all about the sauce

At the tender age of 14 my best friend Alison and I decided that the time had come to master the blow job. Yes, young, I know. But we didn’t want practical, hands-on (or mouth-on) experience, we just wanted to know what to do in case the occasion ever arose that we would have to lose our respective oral innocence and take the plunge. Walk the plank. Head (sorry) into uncharted territory. Technically, we wanted to improve our fellatio IQ. We were certain that, some day in the future, we would be, uh, tested, if you will. 

One humid summer afternoon, slightly embarrassed and rather unsure of ourselves, we snuck into Alison’s kitchen and came out armed with produce. Bananas and carrots, we found, fit the bill for our purposes; they were the right shape (more or less), and we could tailor the length to our preferences. Plus, we were hungry and wanted a low-fat and enjoyable snack. 

Convulsing in laughter, partly because of the hilarity of the situation and partly because of embarrassment, we kneeled at the side of Alison’s bed. We laid a very instructive Cosmopolitan magazine out in front of us, to, uh, direct traffic, and we sucked produce like it was our job. We criticized each other’s performance, rating one another on various categories that we had formulated beforehand — endurance, strength, originality and creative use of body parts. It was like the blow job Olympics, only it wasn’t televised, and we didn’t quite have a live audience yet. But we were certainly working up to that point — slowly and steadily. 

Due to a short bout with bulimia, Alison could put almost a full banana down her throat. Perplexed by the magnitude of her accomplishment, I asked her to help me with my own technique. It was at this moment, surrounded by peels of various sorts, with bananas thrust down our throats, that Alison’s mother walked in. Needless to say, she was puzzled at WHY we were doing all this eating on Alison’s bedroom floor and asked who would lick a carrot before she ate it anyway? We had no answer. She quickly concluded half-heartedly that we probably wouldn’t be too hungry for dinner. We weren’t. 

Years later, when I was no longer on Alison’s floor, I realized that although helpful, produce does not prepare one for the crucial blow job moment. Let’s be honest — when was the last time a carrot ejaculated on you at the salad bar? 

Thus, as Hamlet does, I say, to spit or not to spit? That is the question. Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer the sour tastes of a thousand sperm or to bring a cup, and take arms against a sea of troubles–

I am an avid swallow supporter. (Wow. My popularity rating just skyrocketed with the male demographic.) I figure that swallowing is like taking cough syrup. Sure it’s a little painful at first, but eventually the taste will go away, and it’s pure lovin’ from then on.

Surprisingly, I found that eight times out of 10, Yalies agree with me on this point. Especially males. When asked, most replied that this question should not even be addressed. It was a non-issue. Swallowing, they all said, is clearly where it’s at. Some even thought it was an honor to swallow (I swear). 

“Our bodies have been working to produce that stuff all day long,” a pre-med student said. “You’re getting some really good nutrients; I mean, we’re giving you our best and our brightest.” 

You’re right. You have superstar cum. 

I asked one blow job aficionado about the calorie question. This has secretly always been a concern of mine. If I’m playing for team salad, I don’t want to lose points with my extracurricular activities. Soothing my worries, he vehemently asked me to dispel the myth about the extraordinary number of calories per serving. Cum is actually surprisingly low-calorie as well as chock full of vitamin E, which just happens to be great for your skin. What a relief! 

Despite my personal opinion about the matter, spit is still a choice made by those who take the road less traveled. Thus, it certainly merits being addressed. 

Spitting, I’ve found is quite an extravagant operation. It adds accessories to foreplay: a cup, a towel, and something to wipe your mouth with (perhaps a wet-nap?). These items comprise what we might call a “spit kit.” They may be easy to round up beforehand if you know that a little somethin’ somethin’ might be taking place. Yet, imagine a situation in which play pops up out of the blue. It is not always easy to procure these items at short notice. I highly doubt that a spit kit of any kind would fit into an evening bag during a night on the town (or at SAE — whatever). Regardless, a purse made expressly for the storage of lipstick, money, cell phone and keys is not about to accommodate a bath towel and dinnerware — it’s hard enough shoving a pack of gum in there. 

Aside from arguments about convenience, taste and fat content, there were two rather interesting issues that were spurted into the spotlight by those who preferred to spit. 

First, there was the question of sweet things like care and tenderness. “If he makes you swallow, he really doesn’t love or respect you.” This is all fine and good, but quite frankly, when was the last time you hooked up with someone who respected you, much less loved you? High school? 

A close friend of mine stated, “I spit because whenever I swallow it goes up my nose. Can you talk about that? I bet I’m not the only one with that problem.” 

Actually, I hate to break it to you honey, you are. We are all stupider for having heard that statement, I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul. 

As this is the last column of the semester, I would just like to wish everyone luck on finals, and a very happy holiday season. Whether you choose to spit or swallow, this holiday season, may your days be merry and bright, and may all your Christmases be — white.


credit goes to Natalie Krinsky

Sexually Charged TV Might Raise Risk of Teen Pregnancy

Posted in health, science by Fated Blue on November 4, 2008

New research suggests that teens who spend the most time watching sexually charged television shows are twice as likely to become pregnant or impregnate someone else.

The findings, reported in the November issue ofPediatrics, don’t prove that sexy programming leads directly to pregnancy.

Still, parents should pay close attention to what their kids watch, said study author Anita Chandra, a researcher with Rand Corp.

“Not a lot of content on TV talks about the potential negative consequences of sex,” Chandra said. “Characters engage in sexual talk or activity, give positive attributes to sex, and there’s little discussion about the risks and contraceptive use.”

As a result, she said, kids might become interested in sex without realizing the potential pitfalls.

Previous research has linked the watching of sexually charged TV programs to sexual activity in teens, Chandra said. The new study aimed to look for a possible link to teen pregnancy.

About one in every three girls in the United States gets pregnant before age 20, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In 2006, more than 435,000 infants were born to mothers aged 15 to 19, and more than 80 percent of the births were estimated to have been unintended.

Federal statistics show that while the pregnancy and birth rates have declined by about a third among girls and women in that age group since 1991, birth rates in that group actually grew in 2006.

In the new study, researchers surveyed 2,003 children aged 12 to 17 in 2001, and then followed up with many of them in 2002 and 2004.

Researchers narrowed down the teens surveyed to those who were sexually active. After adjusting the survey results to take into account factors like race and parents’ education, they found that those who watched the most sexual programming were still twice as likely to have gotten pregnant or gotten someone else pregnant since the start of the survey, compared to those who watched the least of that kind of programming.

The researchers declined to mention the TV shows that they considered to be sexually charged. Disclosing the shows would divert attention “from our core message that this kind of programming can have an impact on teen health, including pregnancy risk,” Chandra stressed.

Overall, 14 percent of those in the survey reported getting pregnant or impregnating someone else after they were first interviewed.

The findings “add to the growing body of evidence that what children see on screen affects their behavior in real life,” said Dr. Dimitri A. Christakis, a professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington who studies kids and television.

“We know that children imitate the behavior they see on screen, and that makes these results much more credible,” he said.

Still, it’s possible that there’s some other reason for the findings, he said, adding that “no one can be positive that there isn’t some other explanation.”

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The Difference between Love and Lust

Posted in health, life, Random, Special posts by Fated Blue on October 23, 2008

Before you guys all google the title…with all due respect, I wrote this before I googled it >_> so as far as I’m concerned…the title is original 😛


I was just staring blankly at my laptop’s monitor when I just happened to have the face of the woman I’m in love with popped into my head. I don’t know…just a *pop*, and like a bubble, suddenly disappears as if it never existed. I guess having her face as an image in my mind and the part where the image disappears is the way reality reminds me that fantasy will only be fantasy unless a person makes it real. 

Speaking of fantasy…is it okay to, rather, is it morally accepted to fantasize about the person you love? In which you intentionally imagine yourself in various situations in which you and the person you love are the lovers? Is it okay to have those thoughts in your head? I’m a Roman Catholic ***and I don’t know myself if my religion permits to fantasize since the word fantasize is so broad with varying definitions. I mean…if we can somehow divide the word fantasize into two categories (no, not fanta and size Capt. Obvious), it would be of Love and Lust. I googled up a few definitions for both words





  • a strong positive emotion of regard and affection; “his love for his work”; “children need a lot of love”
  • any object of warm affection or devotion; “the theater was her first love”; “he has a passion for cock fighting”;
  • have a great affection or liking for; “I love French food”; “She loves her boss and works hard for him”
  • beloved: a beloved person; used as terms of endearment
  • a deep feeling of sexual desire and attraction; “their love left them indifferent to their surroundings”; “she was his first love”
  • get pleasure from; “I love cooking”
  • a score of zero in tennis or squash; “it was 40 love”
  • be enamored or in love with; “She loves her husband deeply”
  • sexual love: sexual activities (often including sexual intercourse) between two people; “his lovemaking disgusted her”; “he hadn’t had any love in months”; “he has a very complicated love life”
  • sleep together: have sexual intercourse with; “This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm”; “Adam knew Eve”; “Were you ever intimate with this man?”



  • lecherousness: a strong sexual desire
  • self-indulgent sexual desire (personified as one of the deadly sins)

  • crave: have a craving, appetite, or great desire for



As you can see, they have similarities as well as differences. My own definiton would be:


LOVE: an emotion towards a person in which one feels the need to be close to; to have the wish for someone or more to have wellness in life; something that can make you see who can fill the void in one’s heart.

LUST: a physical crave for the pleasures of the flesh in which sexual arousal maybe arrived; the need to satisfy oneself sexually.              

Others may base this on a religious definition. I for one do not quote information from religion and tell the people that it is a FACT. Simply because religion itself is biased on what it thinks is right. If you ask a Catholic if polygamy in marriage is okay, that person would say no. Ask a muslim, and you get a yes. Ask a Catholic if its okay to have more than one God, the catholic would say its blasphemy. Ask a hindu, and you get a yes. Every religion is simply too biased on what each of them think is good. 


Here’s an interesting poem titled the same as the blog you are reading

The difference between love and lust is:

Love is about you.

Lust is about me.


If I were to fantasize about someone…would it be about love or lust? which one is predominant? if you dream about having sex with that someone, will it be of love or lust? the answer can never be exact. For the answer will always be conditional. People would answer something like depends on how you have sex with the person.  You might even answer making love is different from having sex. In this day and age…making love and sex are almost the same. The obvious difference would be that in making love, you simply just cherish the person and in having sex is to just objectify the person/s 😛

Let us also consider that dreams are not fantasies, but merely the result of our fantasization. Fantasizing is voluntary. Dreaming is involuntary. We cannot control what we dream about, but we can always give a suggestion by fantasizing.


Love has a positive effect on a relationship and even after fights your relationship strengthens because you come closer in making apologies and doing everything in your control to make each other happy.

Because a relationship based on lust is temporary, both partners will eventually start looking for other people to satisfy their needs.


It is very true that love has a more good in a relationship than lust alone. Love can have lust, but lust cannot have love. So if a person fantasizes having sex with someone, if love is in thought (and so long as the one fantasizing is not objectifying the other person i.e. no porn sex) then MAYBE sex fantasies like that are very much morally and ethically accepted. A fantasy of lust maybe of purely sexual arousal and pleasurable nature. Most people who masturbate know how to do this very well (if I say so myself *winks*). The fantasy may or may not involve multiple partners and/or various methods of sex i.e. fetishes, bdsm, and the likes. 


By definition alone the two differ in that, love is based on an affinity while lust is based solely on desire.

Love has a positive affect on a relationship. In a loving relationship the couple behaves thoughtfully towards each other and is mindful of their partner’s feelings.

A lustful relationship may not necessary have a negative affect on a relationship but it also may not be as positive as a loving relationship. The partners in a lustful relationship place their needs and wants ahead of their partner’s desires.



I guess we can safely say that love is always positive. That it can only turn bad if it derives itself from a want, and not a need. Love can only be so evil if it were to share the definition of desire. Lust, In my opinion, is a basic human desire for the flesh. Nothing too evil about that. But it is what you do for it that matters. If you fantasize about raping the one you love…that ain’t love no more 😦



Thank you for reading my blog 🙂 Have a GOOD ONE!


***By the way, I’m not a I devout catholic as I may have lead you to believe. I’m just a person who understands what is right from wrong without the need of a religion to tell me what to do…but I stand by its ways since having a religion has somehow put this world into a state of stability