As Douglas Adams so aptly put it: “I seldom wind up where I wanted to go,
but almost always end up where I need to be.”
It began with swiping my parent’s Adam and Eve catalogs as a kid, placing my first clandestine order at 17, and being hooked ever since. Dildos and sex toys are the eye candy of adults, beautiful colorful things that are full of the promise of pleasure and happiness. Naturally, I want everything to do with them.
I’ve cultivated this identity, that of “ThatToyChick”, for roughly 7 years now. I’ve wandered away now and then for personal and family concerns, but always manage to find myself back in the delightful sexblogging community, rife with intriguing personalities and very dear friends.
I’m creeping up on 30, newly relocated to the wilds of North Carolina, and recently married to an amazing guy that I met, fell for, got engaged to and married in just a wee bit over a year. Best decision I’ve made yet. We live here in the Tarheel state with our little terrier mix, a rabbit and three cats, alternating rogue eBay selling with freelancing, cooking and gaming.
I am, or at least valiantly attempt to be, a fairly neutral person when it comes to most controversial matters. I don’t have the head or heart for politics, though I do have a strong bent towards supporting my GLBTQ folks, the right of all to get married, and the right of everyone to be -happy- and feel safe.
My one shoulder-chip is towards EdenFantasys – a company that I worked for several years ago that showed itself to be one ugly slice of the worst kind of corporate culture. I witnessed misogyny, transphobia, monetary theft, and forgery in my time there, among many other unsavory practices. I do not recommend them or their services.