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About SultryKitten

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  • Birthday 01/01/1980

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    Denver, CO
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    Books, Sex, Art, Music, History, Fitness, Wine, & Theater
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    I love to relax, laugh, and have a good time with various friends from all walks of life.
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    Colorado Springs, CO
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    music, horses, reading
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  1. Hottie at the King Soopers

    LOL! Wherever there is food! xoxo, Samantha Sheppard
  2. Hottie at the King Soopers

    He did have a nice car and he wore more bling than I own. Xoxo, Samantha
  3. Hottie at the King Soopers

    I usually don't get stares or men approaching me, but I go to the store with no makeup, hair in a bun, and in my jammies aka stressed out, exhausted looking MILF. xoxo, Samantha Sheppard
  4. Guys: Take off your clothes in an elegant way

    Ray Stevens, is that you? xoxo, Samantha Sheppard
  5. Serious question

    Look at it this way; he is a heterosexual male that I am sure grew up with the idea that being gay is wrong. There are a lot of people that think and feel that way. It is their perspective, and how they were raised, but we shouldn't cut him down for how he feels. Everyone has opinions, and were raised in certain ways. My issue with some of the things said is that people feel that someone is wrong for the way they think, and they should change to their perspective which isn't going to happen AND one of the biggest reasons we have so many poilitical issues right now. I understand why he said, "He doesn't want a gay to get his hands on him", he is worried that his first time(which for most people is impressionable and usually leads them down the sexual path they are in)to skew his view of sex and his relationships in the future. I am not saying that I agree that he should have said that(there was probably a more tactful way), but it was said and it is his opinion and his son. I will admit that I sometimes wonder if the things that happened to me sexually when I was younger have shaped my views on sexuality, and that is why I do my best to be candid to my young ones so that they can be happy in their sexuality and relationships. I am not saying that there is anything wrong with my sexuality...I am bisexual and love my openness about it, but I do have most of my family that are uncomfortable or try to ignore that I feel that way. I just ignore their opinion and do what is right for me. To me, the constructive way to discuss this would be to ask why he feels that way and what it could stem from. Is it fear? Lack of education? Does it have to do with his faith? So many variables can come into play and being open-minded about different viewpoints make for civil discussions and let's people understand where they are coming from about sensitive issues of this nature. Even then, we all aren't going to agree on the same things, and that is okay. One of the cool things about our freedom of speech in America. Honestly, if we all did agree on everything it would be pretty boring around here. xoxo, Samantha Sheppard
  6. Guys: Take off your clothes in an elegant way

    Heck, ya' guys have a "hard" enough time getting your pants zipped to leave! xoxo, Samantha Sheppard
  7. Thanks for the toast, loved it, cheers!!

  8. Serious question

    I have a son and daughter around the same age, and while one has enjoyed the sexual aspect of relationships...the other hasn't because the opportunities in her life are such that it could complicate things, and she isn't ready. I have never told them to not do it, or to go crazy with it. I have told them that it is their responsibility to make the choice WHEN they decide to do it and with who/whom, and how to protect themselvesfor the usual realities of sexual activity. I would say no too because your son has to have his own personal experience when it comes to sex, relationships, heartache, love...the beauty of growing up is our personal journey to become the person we are when we get older. While you want your children to have awesome experiences, we can't hold their hand when they are grown to do things that we hope for them...this is strictly something they have to do on their own. Take him out and get him a drink( or two or more) and wish him the greatest 21st year of life with many blessings from his dear old dad! That is the proper rite of passage, and one he will "hopefully" cherish! xoxo, Samantha Sheppard
  9. OMG....this is HOTTTTT.....YUMMY

    Daaaaaamn!!! xoxo, Samantha Sheppard
  10. Just read me

    xoxo, Samantha Sheppard
  11. I'll just leave this right here...

    AWESOME!!! xoxo, Samantha Sheppard
  12. If The Hat Doesn't Fit

    Telepathy! Didn't you kow I was "psychic?! xoxo, Samantha Sheppard
  13. If The Hat Doesn't Fit

    Nothing if you call yourself "Edward". xoxo, Samantha Sheppard
  14. All CC Accepted...

    I used to, but it became such a hassle. The customer is usually right in most circumstances so if they ask for the money back, you tend to be screwed. I work too damn hard for someone to screw me over in that manner so CASH IS KING... [Snip} xoxo, Samantha Sheppard
  15. Quick etiquette question

    You would be surprised how many women are horrified at the thought of stepping in those places so they shop online instead. Sex toy companies that host parties have to be very careful about making sure they discuss orders confidentially and keeping the parties professional. Also, no men (and anyone under 18) can be under the same roof for those reasons as well. I also just found out that those rules also apply because some states have laws against it. Crazy stuff! Women need to chill and buy a dildo! xoxo, Samantha Sheppard