Lucy Kitten

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About Lucy Kitten

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    I Have A Sassy Mouth
  • Birthday 06/15/1981

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    Books, sex, bubble baths, sex, cats, sex, bike riding, sex, movies and sex.
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    Libidinous, buxom, sapient
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    Pushing the body and mind to the limit
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    What do you want to me to be?

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  1. Don't Be A Hobbiest....

    %90 of the way where? Please enlighten me. Maybe some people around here like PFunk are tired of dudes like Fishndude who think they can say whatever they want to people. Maybe just maybe Lucy wouldn't be so "angry" if y'all stopped the gas lighting and throwing shade like you just did. Maybe it's really not about me but my unwillingness to let people treat me like trash and how upsetting that is to the people around here that try so hard to treat me like trash. It is what it is but does the irony of calling me cranky while throwing shade escape you?
  2. Don't Be A Hobbiest....

    Whatevs dude. Not that it has any place in this thread but my Twitter feed has got me loads of fans and clients. It must be all the man hating and those not jokes that I tell. He who is actually humorless will always be the one to accuse others of not being funny because he never gets the joke.
  3. Don't Be A Hobbiest....

    If I read whatever the hell that was you posted correctly it was more about how to turn women away. But I am honestly not really sure.
  4. Don't Be A Hobbiest....

    Says the man who hemorrhages cash to women.
  5. Uber Driver Distraction

    It was really just a stab at the OP being kinda cheap. I see though that Lyft is back to advertising 1200 a week to new drivers.
  6. Don't Be A Hobbiest....

    Be a Philandering Philanthropist. Has a better ring to it.
  7. Providers that complain

    intimacy does not mean sex.
  8. Providers that complain

    I don't see the term murse as being demeaning to men, I find it demeaning and a little bit sexist towards women. So what is the stereotype of the male nurse then? Smaller? Weaker? Effeminate? Why do you have to use your size to break stereotypes?
  9. Providers that complain

    Do you buy coffee naked and then have sex with your barista? False equivalency. It takes just a moment of listening to change someone's day. A little humanity goes a long way. This is an emotionally exhausting business, we providers spend our days being supportive of our clients and listening to their life stories while being expected to keep our feelings bottled up. This isn't a business of forced intimacy. Intimacy is by and large the most common product sold by providers. We do so willingly. I don't mean to imply that you meant coercion I am just saying that intimacy is part of the job and most of us don't really have to fake it. Bottom line is if you don't want to hear the reality of someone's life don't ask the questions that lead to those answers. And also, provider or not, women tend to be emotional creatures. If I am having a stressed out moment I need to work through it before I can think about blowing some dude.
  10. Providers that complain

    Since this took this weird turn I have some comments. The "murse" thing is kind of bothersome. I totally understand the heckling of male nurses but it has long been a field dominated by women. Women who weren't really allowed to become doctors. Male nurses get heckled because men are supposed to be doctors and some would view it as weak to be a murse. But you know who really perpetuates those stereotypes? Other men. Even in this post you have to prove your masculinity with your size. It's weird.
  11. Cant Post photos

    Halp! So is there a way I can resize all my images at once or do I have to do it one by one?
  12. Spring is here😆❤😆

    It's weird to me that people forget the mountains in the summer time. The hiking trails stay busy and the resort towns have fun stuff to do year round but it's never as busy in the summer as it is during ski season but it should be. So many things to do and the sights in the summertime are breathtaking. I actually went to the zoo on Easter. It was fantastic, the weather was perfect and the animals were enjoying it. I saw my second baby gorilla and turned into a giant Lucy puddle.
  13. Providers that complain

    This is where I get confused. So many clients really want that genuine connection but how can you feel connected to a person if you don't care about how their feeling? It's pretty much demanded of providers that we at least fake being interested and to be honest sometimes it's really hard to do that when there is no reciprocity. And how do regulars become regulars? By building that connection on the first visit. I will agree that there can be an overshare of information but if it's not anything you want to hear then don't ask the questions that are going to lead to that kind of conversation. I wouldn't give you my life story while buying cucumbers but if asked and if I am made to feel comfortable I will share details when asked in an intimate setting. It can be a slippery slope to try and traverse. What is the right amount of information to share? Do guys really want disingenuous? As is evident in Trystin's review sometimes that sharing of information can backfire. It's not always easy to know where to draw the line. This is also kind of amusing because in my experience it's usually the other way around. It's usually clients wanting to know personal information so they can have what they feel is a more genuine connection and providers being resistant. Just one more thing I concur with Laci. Using a provider talking about her child with cancer as an example of providers complaining was probably a bad choice.
  14. Providers that complain

    You know what's really a buzz kill? Knowing that it's a buzz kill when we talk about ourselves. It must be hard when providers act like real people.
  15. Dear Abby…

    Anyone watch Parks and Rec? Someone sent a dick pic to all female government employees and the beautiful mermaid Anne realized he had the mumps. Then Anne got all the dick pics so she could check for "mumps".