I always feel like the air is fresher, the sun a bit brighter, and a clean slate beckons on New Year's Day. While 2009 had its challenges it was just an incredibly positive year in so many ways. For me, the year importantly marked a more comfortable merging of my kink life with my day to day. I look forward to that continuing in 2010.
For now, I content myself that even my ascetic, self-imposed course of study for the Florida bar brings with it the occassional snippet of bdsm. Picture me at 5:45am or at 10:30pm hunched over my iPod touch, as I listen to the recorded lecture by a law professor about a subject of law I forgot twenty years ago. As I desperately try to push and prod my fifty-six year old brain to develop a memory again, I am pleasantly surprised by the sporadic kinky reference - or is it just me?
For example, in Constitutional Law there's the requirement that a dispute must be "ripe" for resolution. That is stuff must have actually happened to have a court look at it. The example was of a woman who wanted to go to court to have a law declared unconstitutional because it allowed guys to be caned for oogling women. No guy had ever been caned under the law. Case wasn't "ripe for review".
But puleeze! The chick clearly was not a domme and all I wanted to know was did the jurisdiction where you get caned for oogling women have reciprocity with New York so I won't have to study for the bar a third time when I move there.
I have both kinky and vanilla friends who tell me I'm extraordinarily masochistic for putting myself through bar exam torture. But like the caning example, it's my kink working hand in hand with my broader and wider life to inform, inspire, and drive it in a positive way.
Gotta tell ya though, all this work makes me wanna bust out and do a little freaky some'em-some'em. Ah well, perhaps in March...
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