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Labels are for Things not People – Re: Post 2012

Starting from childhood, we are exposed to and are taught about “labels”. In the first grade, I was labeled the “class clown,” and it followed me until sixth grade when I graduated to middle school. Why couldn’t it have simply been  that I was just happy and loved to laugh and make others laugh? Why did it have to be labeled such a negative thing, when being happy is what should be the normal and desired feeling for someone at that age?

Putting people in to groups.

and then judging  those groups is such an injustice for everyone. Why do we have to vote “Republican” or “Democrat,” why can’t we just vote as a citizen of the USA that cares about the integrity and the welfare of our people? Why do we have to choose a religion instead of just being a believer? Labels stereotype us and places thoughts in peoples minds before they have even been introduced to us.

Labels cloud our judgement.

Are all blondes dumb? Do all men with red hair have little cocks? Are Asians bad drivers?.  The answer to all of those questions is NO.  I have a friend who is 6’6″, 290lbs with a full bushy beard.  He rides a motorcycle and belongs to a motorcycle club, he wears black leather from head to toe and, to this day, he has never had sex with a female. He loves and adores men. Because of his size, his beard and his love of bikes, people do not label him as being “gay,” and they better run fast if they did.

So, let’s talk about this for a moment.

Do all men who like wearing pink, lacy panties want to drop to their knees and be a little cock sucker? Are all women who like to wear flannel shirts and steel tipped boots “lesbians”? No, I don’t think so. Maybe a man just likes the feel of silk and satin on his skin, and maybe a women just likes the rugged feel of  flannel against her body. We are all just a bundle of hormones. Men have a feminine side and women have a masculine side, and that is just the bottom line.  There have been many a time when I just wanted to strap up, put my hands on my hips, and get down and dirty just like a man would. Just to show a different side of me.

Bottom line is, we are who we are.

Labeling people really cripples our mind, clouds our thoughts and puts blinders on us to the reality of life. The reality is that we are all different and unique, and if we are not hurting others and abiding by the laws, then go for it. Be happy and be yourself. My opinion is ” If it’s not broke don’t fix it.” Live your life without the preconceived notions and ideas of society’s labels and boxes. We can buy labels and boxes at the post office. We don’t need to get them from people who judge others to hide their own insecurities.

I know that this isn’t a sexy blog.

But this is what was on my mind when I sat down with pen and paper, so don’t judge me. I have a whole lot of hot, steamy, sticky thoughts to share with you very soon.  Just kind of getting my blogging wings and ready to soar.  Live your life to the fullest as you see fit and never second guess yourself. And to the judgemental people of the world, I say  “GET A LIFE.”

Mistress Cooper

15 comments to Labels are for Things not People – Re: Post 2012

  • Forrest Hicks

    I am so much in agreement with you on this Ms Cooper. My feeling on labels is that the people who put a label on you are just doing it because they are afraid of something different. They don’t want to understand you they just want to put you into a neat little box of other people like you whom they do not understand.

  • Cooper

    I agree with you Forrest, I think it makes people feel better about themselves if they talk about others in a negative way. Labels are something that is used for a menu or a magazine or things like that not human beings. Well I guess I better start posting a few blogs on sex don’t you think lol. oh well just getting started. Thank you for taking the time to comment I enjoy the feed back and thumbs up on the masturbation time you put in, very impressive.

  • johncoltrane88

    Very nice entry. I’ve made a very conscious effort to change the way I use words in order to avoid labeling people. One thing about them is they are static and can’t capture the constant change that we are part of. Another thing is that labels take the place of details — usually details about actions. One drawback to speaking and writing like this is that it takes a lot more words, and we’re getting so conditioned by these machines to read shorter segments of text at a time, which is unfortunate. I guess the thing that’s the hardest to describe is “what, if anything” a person does in order to develop themselves and to change themselves, which I’ve found very necessary many times. I’d agree with being yourself, but there’s a lot more I do in order to do that.

    And I have certain things I have to be responsible about and require discretion. Since this is already long, by web standards, I’ll try to finish up. What is most difficult for me in terms of being myself, is that the things that I’m most proud of, the things that I’ve experienced that are statistically unlikely in terms of demographics, are the things I’m often vilified for. That or I find that most people simple don’t listen or care about others much, so they’re indifferent. I’m used to it now, but it indicates some very troubling aspects about our culture. I just don’t give up very easily, though. At times I can be a bit too stubborn, I think. I can’t write about this here, but perhaps I will in another format if you’re ever interested. It just involves people I was very close to and still care very much for that, although not well known, in the celebrity sense that is so important to most citizens here, they are able to do things that I would have hoped educated citizens would be interested in. You can say whatever you want about me, but concerning others I’m vaguely referring to, that simply can’t be ignored. I see this as a real opportunity, but I’ve had limited success relating these things to people I don’t know. It requires effort and today it seems that in most cases, if people don’t perceive a direct link between making an effort and what will benefit them, they won’t make any effort. Ok, sorry to be so vague but I typed this up quickly. I will see you on the network and on Monday, Oct 29th. Take care. I guess I’ll keep using johncoltrane88, even though it’s obviously just a user id. I don’t worry about my identity – only about other things that are just different.

  • butters

    i think intelligence is sexy .

    so is an open mind .

  • Cooper

    Well Butters thank you….I think lol so glad you enjoyed that blog. Now it is time to gear up and get naughty on my blogs

  • Alice Wonder

    Somehow I missed this blog when it was first published.

    Thank you Cooper, sentiments like the ones you expressed in this blog are exactly why I love you so much.

    And in this case, even though I already knew this about you, it really helped for me to read this.

  • Cooper

    Thanks Alice, This was one of my first blogs and this was written in 2012 and I still feel the exact same way. Thanks for your comment xoxo

  • Thankyou Mistress Cooper.You are right on.Be happy in your own skin.Listen actively to others and realize we are all different.Most of all enjoy life the simple pleasures-friends,nature food etc.and of course dynamic mistresses like yourself Mistress Cooper

  • Cooper

    Well Giggi I thought this blog was worth re-posting and so happy you like it. Thanks for your comment xox

  • The bog is a reflection of who you are Mistress Cooper.Ues I like the post but I like the writer behind the blog-the sincere,authentic, beautiful,Mistress Cooper.

  • I need to check before I post.Yes,I like the blog.I like and admire the writer even more-the sincere,authentic,creative,kind, beautiful,etc.Mistress Cooper.

  • Alice Wonder

    Indeed Giggi, very well said.

  • Cooper

    Oh Giggi thank you so very much what wonderful compliments and Alice thank you for your sentiments you are both very special, kind people xoxox

  • TeasedM

    Please don’t judge me Ms Cooper but, I would love to be on my knees giving You a sloppy wet BJ.

  • Cooper

    Well TeasedM you so such a good job and knowing that your on your knees makes it even better
    I wonder what Ms Tia has you doing right now? Thanks for the comment xox

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