MSP Quote of the Day… a la Henry Rollins

Somewhere someone is thinking of you. Someone is calling you an angel. This person is using celestial colors to paint your image. Someone is making you into a vision so beautiful that it can only live in the mind. Someone is thinking of the way your breath escapes your lips when you are touched. How your eyes close and your jaw tightens with concentration as you give pleasure a home. These thoughts are saving a life somewhere right now. 
- Henry Rollins

Sometimes you may think that you are the only one wondering about another person. Maybe someone is thinking of you, too.

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About Dr. Debby Herbenick

Dr. Debby Herbenick

Dr. Debby Herbenick is a sex researcher at Indiana University, sexual health educator at The Kinsey Institute, columnist, and author of five books about sex and love. Learn more about her work at www.sexualhealth.indiana.edu.

  • Marcey

    “How your eyes close and your jaw tightens with concentration as you give pleasure a home.” The rest was really romantic, but this line is HOT! I love the concept of giving pleasure a home, and will find the right opportunity to use this phrase with my sweetie.

  • Marcey

    “How your eyes close and your jaw tightens with concentration as you give pleasure a home.” The rest was really romantic, but this line is HOT! I love the concept of giving pleasure a home, and will find the right opportunity to use this phrase with my sweetie.

  • Debby

    Yes, that line was really salient for me too… such an interesting way to put it. I also like the descriptions of sex/pleasure in the Jeff Buckley song “hallelujah”.

  • Debby

    Yes, that line was really salient for me too… such an interesting way to put it. I also like the descriptions of sex/pleasure in the Jeff Buckley song “hallelujah”.

  • Marcey

    And remember when I moved in you?
    And the holy dove was moving too
    And every breath we drew was Hallelujah

    Yes, I like this, too. Too bad it’s the only uplifting part of the whole song – the rest seems cynical and broken, like the Hallelujah.

  • Marcey

    And remember when I moved in you?
    And the holy dove was moving too
    And every breath we drew was Hallelujah

    Yes, I like this, too. Too bad it’s the only uplifting part of the whole song – the rest seems cynical and broken, like the Hallelujah.