Monday, May 7, 2012

Kinky Kiss and Tell - Jeremy Trask from Exposure, by Elizabeth Lister

Today we're interviewing  Jeremy Trask, who became famous when   Elizabeth Lister wrote a book about him. Here's what Jeremy had to say:


What's your favorite thing about Martin? 
His code of honor. He stands for Truth, Justice, and the Canadian way, whatever that is. He’s adorable. I’ve tried to corrupt him, believe me.

What does Martin do that is most annoying?
He tries to protect me. Y’know, babies me a bit too much. If he sees that I’m tired, he’ll suggest I take a nap, that kind of thing. I know where that comes from, and I really don’t mind a gentle suggestion to take things easy, but I won’t let him get away with re-organizing our lives around this illness.

How old were you when you lost your virginity?
Not very. That’s all you’re getting.

What is your favorite sexual talent of Martin?
Um *clears throat awkwardly* , well, he has a firm hand, if you know what I mean.

If there is something you could change about the first few weeks you knew Martin what would it be?
To not be forced by circumstance to divulge my only great weakness. Would have been nice if we could have been more established before I had to tell him.

What is the craziest place you've had sex?
In a funicular in Quebec City. Not with Martin – he’s afraid of heights.

Which do you prefer?  Coffee, tea, or ?
Tea, definitely. Martin drinks way too much coffee.

What addiction can you not live without?
Sex, I guess.

Describe your favorite pair of shoes.
My beat-up army boots. They’re Martin’s favorites too, when I’m wearing them *wink*.

What do you most fear?
Becoming severely disabled and not being able to look after myself.

What is it like to self-inject every day?
Took a little getting used to, but now it’s a habit. Really, it’s not a big deal. If this is what it takes to stay well, I won’t complain. It’s been working great so far *knock on wood*.

If your life were a book, what would you prefer the author not tell readers about you?
Um, that I like having my ass smacked? Oops, too late.

Who, living or dead, would be your hero if you have one.
Martin’s my hero. He’s just a normal guy, with an heroic attitude. He’d stop a bullet for me if he had to.

If you'd like to read more about Jeremy and Martin's story you can connect with the author at the links below:

3 comments:

  1. Thank you Elizabeth and Jeremy for joining us.
    Sorry I was late greeting you, had to help my sister buy a computer (a difficult thing when you're on opposite sides of the country, LOL)
    Jeremy, you sound like you really have your head on straight and refuse to let your illness stand in the way of living. Good for you!

    Q

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  2. Thanks Qwillia, it was lots of fun!

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  3. This sounds good. Thank you both

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