Does this actually exist?
If so, I can’t resist
Does it count when sleeping
Wake up wet and weeping
What if I was in a daydream
Fireworks and ice cream
Mind-body connection misfire
Unexpected satisfying of desire
The Rouletters gathered on a cold, drizzly day for a hot, racy topic–the last roulette of 2015. The host, Teresa Y. Roberson, wore sexy lingerie on the outside of her regular clothes to suggest both “accidental” and “orgasm.” To warm up the crowd, Teresa quizzed the audience about orgasms.
Her trusty sidekick with a strong throwing arm, Thom the World Poet, distributed the prizes–Tribe of One T-shirts.
Fortunately, most audience members were good receivers and excellent sports.
First-time Rouletter, Amy, courageously shared her physical and emotional survivor story about turmoil, which eventually led her to an accidental orgasm.
Teresa Y. Roberson, in a 3-part poem, explained some things life had taught her about sex, things she had intuited on her own, questioned why vaginas weren’t the touted compliment synonymous with “strength” among men, then shared her accidental orgasm story about riding an extra bumpy “chicken bus.”
Another first-time Rouletter, Aralyn Hughes, editor of Kid Me Not, explained how her accidental orgasm occurred after rejecting the 1950s patriarchal prescription of how all women should be a wife, a mother and submissive.
Intermission provided a golden opportunity for Aralyn and Teresa to officially meet since Aralyn had technically arrived late, but through the magic of poet’s time, still on time to deliver her powerful narrative.
Of course, Thom joined in on the intermission photo shoot. Aren Raymond started the open mic.
Click on the link below to view the performances of the following artists: Aren, Jack, & Nori