This odyssey of mine began 20 days ago when I decided I’m finally going to start that damn blog I’d been thinking about writing for a year. I’d even had some ideas tucked away in a Google Keep note in my phone just begging to be published, but I kept putting it off because I procrastinate with literally everything, and I really am not a writer.
I’d started going through a rough patch and didn’t really have anyone to talk to about it because my husband was traveling for work. Sometimes all you need is to talk to someone who can relate, so I felt a sudden urge to go online and find those people. Thus, Thoughts With a Dildo in Hand was born. I already had registered the email address a year ago, so I created a new Twitter handle (@thoughtswdildo) and a WordPress blog, and set off to begin my story.
I’ll be damned, but within a day I already had a couple hundred Twitter followers, and a few people were actually reading and following my blog. I started receiving heartfelt comments about touching the lives of people, and being asked to write more. Then after only two days of even existing, I was approached by Derek, the Editor-In-Chief at goodleaf.com (@goodleafsupply) to do a feature interview about my perspective on sex, depression, and cannabis – or “sexual healing.”
I actually had a lot of fun answering the questions – I’m a completely honest person and I will literally talk about or answer anything. I was a Laboratory Science major, so the nerd in me definitely came out in this interview because I want to not only relate and commiserate with my readers, but also provide the science behind what our bodies think and feel. Here’s an exerpt:
“Goodleaf: So, how does it feel to climax while high?
Ophelia: Well, for the sake of authenticity, I took a little “break” before answering this question.
It’s a little like laying on the beach on a comfortably warm day with the sun kissing your face and a cold, crisp breeze that keeps your senses keen and alert. I’ve discovered how to use my mind and body to make me orgasm countless times, and I’ve learned how to drag out the feeling of the orgasm for minutes instead of fleeting seconds by using my new toy. And the kicker is that the best orgasm is actually the third or fourth one in — I sometimes can’t believe the explosion that erupts from inside me. When I climax high, my entire body is thrust forward with a surge, and there is a roar inside me that pulsates for as long as I desire. Sometimes I can’t even hold back the screams. Climaxing while high disconnects you from any reality you know and allows you to feel every wave of pleasure that throbbing inside of you.”
I’d love to hear what you think of the interview!