Polyamory, Kink, Ecstasy and Relationships!!!!

Fabulous talk with Monika from Sexporations with Monika on the complexities of polyamory, how to relay kinky or taboo desires,  desires, relationship talk  and how “Ecstasy is Necessary” at Barbara Carella’s book signing at Good Vibrations in San Francisco last month! Listen and Let Me Know What You Think! Sexplorations With Monika

Shame on You! Opening up to Vulnerability as Strength

As you may already know, I love Brene Brown’s work. She really digs in deep, all the while revealing herself and her foibles to us. This piece is on that lesser discussed societal ill called “shame”. Inspirational work!

What Will SF Offer me for LIVE/WORK Space I Wonder…

So, in case you were not aware I must move the Minax Mini Mansion and Dungeonette by June 2012 or so….so, I am on the hunt for a new situation! I have a POST up on Craigslist right now and have put the word out a bit on Fetlife also.

I am fairly open minded but prefer the Mission District, or near Duboce or SOMA and am even open to the idea of a roommate! So, check out my posting, feel free to spread the word to the appropriate parties and don’t forget about me over the next few months. This is not a city I relish house hunting in!

dishwasher, hot tub, washer and dryer in unit, small yard?

sounds perfect!


Forgive and Forget?

on forgiveness….

the last two paragrpahs from a recent posting…found them to be remarkably accurate. Thoughts?

Think of when a friend has done you wrong—when a person you’ve recently forgiven for something you previously thought unforgivable stops apologizing for everything he does and starts having guilt-free fun again, you begin to wonder how contrite he was to start with. In other words, even though you have forgiven him for the original sin, you can’t forgive him for forgiving himself. In this regard, forgiveness isn’t a direct exchange for an apology, but a request that the person apologizing should do so until the day he dies. Or at least until the statute of limitations runs out on remorse for the sin in question. The more dire the sin—or crime—the longer the lag time (and the more abject the required remorse) until the slate is cleared.

What does genuine, effective remorse look like? When 22 Canadians died in the Maple Leaf Foods listeriosis outbreak in 2008, CEO Michael McCain delivered one of the best public apologies in recent history, and more importantly, he kept on delivering. A year after the outbreak, even though the company’s profits had improved since the inevitable drop, McCain took out a full page ad in three Canadian daily newspapers commemorating the anniversary of the tragedy. “On behalf of our 24,000 employees,” the ad read, “we will never forget.” What McCain understood, that the two Browns likely never will, is that the only way people can put the past behind them is if you do not. The option to forget applies only to the victim, or the audience; never the perpetrator. It’s only when this equation is satisfied, as F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote, that “forgotten is forgiven.”

I suppose I am fortunate to have a “bad memory”…people tell me all the time how forgiving I am. LOL
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Kinky Valentines Fun in San Francisco!


I will be away from Feburary 13th – 22nd and my adorably sinister and sexy mini mansion and dungeonette will be available for rental. Why not come into SF for kink and fun or stay at my place as something different?

Amazingly fun, right in the Mission near Mission Control/Kinky Salon and very close to the SF Citadel!

You may find my more tame ad with more info HERE

Please contact me directly at eve@eveminax.com for more information or to book!

In love and kink,