Sexual abuse of young black boys. The untold story.

I feel this is something I ought to raise on this page. Adding to the conversations about #SaveOurChildren and young girls being protected I feel that young boys can get overlooked.

I can only speak from the perspective of my community when I talk about this issue.

Many, young black boys are conditioned and socialised to view sex as an achievement, a prize. The scene of innocence and vulnerability isn’t there when it comes to their first sexual encounter.

The whole sow your wild oats, boys will be boys etc starts young. And because of that many older women, not just girls a few years but significantly older women will sexualise boys. They’ll entertain their hormonal advances or even instigate sexual exchanges knowing they won’t be called out. And even if they are it won’t be taken as serious as if it were a man doing the same to a young girl.

There is a load to unpick about this issue. What’s your thoughts. Your experience.

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Reach new levels of intimacy

It’s not all about sex and orgasms. It’s those other moments, those non sexual moments and things that can create real, true and deep intimacy. There is no hard and fast rules to what those things are, there is no true list of things but… Learn your partner’s #LoveLanguage and you’ll be on the right track.
Love Languages:
Affection
Quality time
Words of affirmation
Gifts
Acts of service/deeds

Tag a lover, tag a friend.
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Consent…

#Man2Man ….
The way a woman is dressed – even if she’s naked. That is not consent. It doesn’t justify or validate your thinking, you’re treatment of her, your attitude towards her. It’s not for your pleasure. It’s not for your approval. It doesn’t add or detract from her worth. It’s not your place to pass judgement.

10 reasons why views of how we view woman’s dressing needs to change.

I saw a post on Facebook today with a woman in a fitted crop top, no bra and hotpants. The caption read ” why do women in full blown relationships post pics like this?” The comments (from men and women) were shocking. The slut shaming, name calling, the insults about any man that ‘allows’ her to do that, how she’s a gold digger… It was sad, shocking and got me pissed and wondering. So, in response her are my thoughts.