I know it’s controversial, but I happen to find amputees extremely attractive. My erotic fascination for a missing arm or leg dates back to the earliest days of having sexual fantasies. I haven’t got the faintest idea why and it’s safe to say it’s impossible to get rid of. Not that I’d wish to, meanwhile. I’ve come to accept it as something I happen to have, and I seek to explore it in a respectful way.
Respectful is not an easy term in this context though. My liking requires that someone ‘qualifying’ be disabled, making it fundamentally and ethically different from most any other erotic preference. If you’re into bondage, you simply remove the ropes after the fun. Amputation is permanent. And it’s not only permanent, it also clashes with societal concepts of beauty, at least it does in the eyes of others.
Since I also like to write, I decided to open this blog. It contains my thoughts put into opinionating blogs and my musings and fantasies put into erotic fiction. With this writing, I aim to show two things, one being that my erotic feelings for amputees are genuine and sincere, the other being that amputees do not differ from able bodied people in their desires. And also that they don’t within a world often thinking they do. The latter presents an option that could be beneficial to both sides. Amputee issues of self-esteem are the consequence of a culture of bodily perfection, a culture that not only victimises amputees, by the way. In the eyes of the devotee, this doesn’t exist however. That’s not to say erotic attraction to an amputee’s bodily ‘imperfection’ will automatically resolve their issues of self-esteem, but it might help, provided the amputee devotee respects there’s not only the stump to admire but most of all the human being having to live with it.
So, I guess I want my blog to paint of picture of how the world would look in this respect if it were up to me, with a few thoughts on how to get there. Whether I succeed in that is up to the reader. But I’m giving it a sincere try.
Do let me know what you think, thanks!
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