A Second Chance at Deviance

The other day I signed up for Second Life, thanks to Cheri Horton’s PixelPulse Magazine. I’d read some reviews about it previously, and recently noticed it in the news, but until I read Cheri’s magazine, I was unaware of the potential for sexual deviance. Now that I’ve read some of the magazine’s articles, I’m raring to go. I haven’t yet figured out how to change my character’s appearance, but I have some definite features I’d like to incorporate into her. About all I have for her right now is a name: Lienna Jael, a smutched version of my real name. The initials are accurate, however, since so many people call me L.J. Aside from the name, I think I have some clothing, but I’m not all too sure about that. If you find me wandering around naked, let me know. For once, I won’t be feeling the cool breeze tingling over my nether regions.

I’m really excited about this virtual world. From what I’ve read you can do almost anything that you do in the real world. Right now I’m trying to decide what I would have done differently in my own life, but to tell the truth, there’s not much. Some of the things that I wanted to do but never did, well, I don’t regret. They’ve led me down other paths and into a whole new life I’d never have dreamed of. If I could be a different person? I don’t know, I’m already on my way to being the person I want to be. My sexual desires and wild fantasies are out in the open for the most part, both on-line and off. There are things I want to say that could best be said with a representative, though. One of the things that I noticed is that everyone I encountered is skinny. Where are all the luscious fat people? That’s one of the things I’m contemplating for my character: weight gain. I want a curvaceous hotty to show the world that you don’t have to be a stick figure to be sexy. I’m a stick figure, it’s true, but not in the sexy way: my breasts defy gravity simply because they haven’t enough mass to register. So I’d like to be the beautiful woman with heavy, pendulous breasts, wide hips, and a sarong.

My second life is coming…how will it change my first?


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  • Very cool! Welcome to the blossoming virtual world of Second Life. I?ll send you a friend invite when I log on tonight. To adjust the way the virtual Mercy looks inside Second Life, right-click on your digital self and that will bring up a pie menu. Select ?Appearance,? and you?ll get a palette offering a huge selection of detailed options, listed under general categories and subcategories. You?ve perhaps figured this out by now. We can meet up in-world if you want at some point and I can offer some advice. I think I also have some extra clothing and maybe a skin I can give you until you can graduate from the standard issue accessories by doing a little shopping. In the meantime, if you have any questions or need any help, feel free to IM me in-world or just send me an e-mail at pixelpulsemagazine [at] yahoo [dot] com.

    As you get acclimated and start to establish yourself, you?ll find that Linden dollars will come in handy, just like having currency in the physical world. Speaking of which, the job offer to write for the magazine still stands.

    Also, about the magazine Web site, the content that?s posted there is different from what appears in the actual magazine, which is accessible only inside Second Life. The magazine itself contains in-depth feature stories and news, while the Web site is chiefly for posting newsy tidbits and blurbs that come to light while I am working my beat, as well as offering a means to communicate administrative updates about our publication. Our paid writers also may submit blog posts of their own if they have something worthwhile to share.

    Hope to chat and (virtually) see you soon!

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