Tag Archives: Walker Thornton

a beautiful mess

Earring of the Day This single ear pendant, from Luiny, answers to my love of, what should we call it, quirkiness? Just imagine wearing this, just this one piece of jewelry, with a black dress and red or pink lipstick. Minimalism anyone? A Beautiful Mess My “slow fashion shop” is a mess, and it has […]

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inviting desire

  sen·su·ous [ˈsen(t)SHo͞oəs]   ADJECTIVE relating to or affecting the senses rather than the intellect: “the work showed a deliberate disregard of the more sensuous and immediately appealing aspects of painting” synonyms: aesthetically pleasing · gratifying · rich · sumptuous · [more] attractive or gratifying physically, especially sexually: “her voice was rather deep but very […]

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accept yourself, respect yourself

  Dr. Margaret Rutherford remarks on Walker Thornton’s thoughts.  “I love hearing Walker’s point about feeling more sexy at 63 than ever before. From a psychological perspective, I would bet that increased sexuality is connected with our self-acceptance increasing in general with age. Whatever shame we’ve carried around for years, or if we’ve had the […]

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being sexual

  “What worries me is that the pressure on women to appear sexual gets confused with being sexual.” That’s an idea Walker Thornton brought up in the last post, and that really struck me. I can understand her concern, women putting more time into looking sexy and not enough time into actually enjoying their sexual selves, […]

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