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30-Apr-16

nacktemaedchen: Madame Butterfly | A Tattooed Redhead Frieda,…

28-Apr-16



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Madame Butterfly | A Tattooed Redhead

Frieda, Feel, Dream, Live! Tattooed redhead Frieda is a creative being.


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26-Apr-16

Sunday Sex Reads: Best of the Week

24-Apr-16

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“Feeling conflicted over this line between performance art and porn was one thing, but adding the unpaid sexual labor women perform constantly through small gestures to the equation, the lines become more blurred. How is a woman explicitly exchanging sex for financial security any different, besides bearing the heavily stigmatized label of “sex work”? Sex work may be so heavily defamed because it reminds us that maybe sex was never really free — that sex is not immune to commodification as it has always been traded for security, land, goods, or money.”
* Where Do We Draw the Line Between Sex Work and Art? (Vice Canada)

“… what are the pitfalls of quantifying our sex lives? Critics would say that the use of wearable and quantified tech in the bedroom gamifies sex, making it something to ‘win’ at or ‘complete.’ And Spreadsheets’ 30 earnable ‘achievements’ (“Endurance Novice” for a 40 minute bonk or “F Cancer” for tolling up 21 sex sessions in a month) certainly underpin such claims, as does Wax’s desire in the future for “an anonymous scoreboard that lets users strive for improvement or bragging rights.”
* The Dangers of Data Mining Your Sex Life (Broadly/Vice)

“If you were a kid growing up in the ’80s — maybe let’s say you’re gay too — this is what you first learned about sex: It will kill you. You don’t have sex yet; you don’t even really know what it is, but you know that it is lethal. That somehow it leads to the men with the skeletal bodies and the blotchy marks on their skin that you see on the television, the men who don’t look at the camera and are alone.”
* The Prince of Sex (The Nation)

Prince was a master of creating sexual dramatis personae — something strippers see as not just necessary for professional survival, but fun, as well. Regarding Prince, and his many permutations, we knew we were all working the same racket, only he with more talent and prestige (and, let’s face it, male privilege).”
* Why Prince Was a Hero to Strippers (NY Mag)

“Indeed, the very man who pioneered American anti-porn activism also helped set the rhetorical template for Utah’s excursion into faux-medicalized moral panic. Anthony Comstock is best known for lending his name to the Comstock Act, the 1873 federal obscenity law that still makes obscenity a criminal act, unprotected to this day by the First Amendment. His moral crusading remains notorious, as he prosecuted everyone from anti-religion freethinker D. M .Bennett to Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger (information related to abortion and contraception were both included in the Comstock Act). Ironically, Comstock persecuted actual doctors, such as E. B. Foote, whose “Words in Pearl for Married People Only” explained contraception. ”
* Utah and the war on porn: Our long national history of condemning “obscenity” as public enemy #1 (Salon)

“Vanmalleghem/InstagramAt Belgium’s Beveren Prison, a new system called PrisonCloud allows inmates to access the internet and rent movies, including adult films. … Some feel that the very fact of allowing inmates these entertainment options is too much. Yet Beveren Prison officials aren’t deterred, saying that it’s both a humane position to allow prisoners’ these options and helps keep them from acting out.”
* Why Belgian Justice Officials Are Defending Prison Porn (Reason)

Operas typically feature sex workers but are never written and performed by them. ‘PVC Clad Vice Girl sopranos’* meet high art in the latest rendition of the Sex Workers’ Opera. Devised over two years with escorts, strippers, webcam models and friends, this project takes a medium traditionally associated with wealth, power and influence and turns it on its head.”
* Sex Workers’ Opera (New Internationalist)

“Sex surrogacy appears to have inimitable potential because it literally reaches parts other therapies cannot. And its scope is broad. Genevieve, 27, used a surrogate to help her accept the ‘unusual’ appearance of her labia. ‘I had always detested myself too much to enjoy sex, because I felt my labia were too large,’ she explains. ‘I desperately wanted labiaplasty, thinking that was the answer. But having regular sex with a surrogate in a safe and nurturing environment showed me I was normal, natural, gorgeous and could feel incredible as I am.’ ”
* What I learned from my sex surrogate (Marie Claire UK)

“Would you trust a stranger with a packet filled with notes detailing your sexual secrets? In 2010, psychologist Anthony Lane and his colleagues at Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium assumed most people would not. But they had a hunch about how to manipulate levels of trust with oxytocin, a neurochemical best known for its ability to induce labor.”
* How scientists fell in and out of love with the hormone oxytocin (Vox)

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20-Apr-16

bunnygirl: The Lesbian Turning culminates in a cunnilicious…

18-Apr-16







bunnygirl:

The Lesbian Turning culminates in a cunnilicious climax. 

The Turning, Girlsway‘s six part Lesbian Horror Story, concludes with an epic finale.


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nacktemaedchen: Mädchen die vor Mädchen kommen .Yanks | Girls…

16-Apr-16

sexhappy: Jenna Marie receiving an epic facial.

14-Apr-16



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Jenna Marie receiving an epic facial.


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libidineuse: Foxi Di | Passion from behind Sexy petite Foxi…

12-Apr-16



libidineuse:

Foxi Di | Passion from behind

Sexy petite Foxi Di catches some sun before taking it in the bum.

Shot for Passion HD | compiled by 69


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libidineuse: Foxi Di | Passion from behind Sexy petite Foxi…

10-Apr-16



libidineuse:

Foxi Di | Passion from behind

Sexy petite Foxi Di catches some sun before taking it in the bum.

Shot for Passion HD | compiled by 69


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08-Apr-16

fluffylychees: Jade Starr by Andrew Blake,  wearing high heel…

06-Apr-16





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Jade Starr by Andrew Blake,  wearing high heel boots and a crown of thornes.

A deliciously kinky set of photographs by erotic artist Andrew Blake,
created during the shooting of X. X, a selection of 20 short films, X
covering themes of bondage and release, public nudity and voyeuristic
body worship. ‘Souveniers’ of his intimate artist/ model relationships.

Jade Starr | Crown Of Thornes

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Sunday Sex Reads: Best of the Week

04-Apr-16

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“According to psychologist Judith Herman, in order for society to function as it does, certain narratives are promoted while others are suppressed. As a result, people with underrepresented stories are often purposely misunderstood, misrepresented, and treated in an unfairly harsh way. Over the years, I’ve gotten countless letters from people whose lives, like mine, were disrupted or destroyed after they were outed or outed themselves as having worked in the sex industry.”
How I came to embrace my past as a sex worker (Kernel/Daily Dot)

In sex ed, we’ve been telling women for over a decade not to ever, ever use talc (baby powder) on or near genitals because of the cancer link. Now, it’s finally surfacing. “Fox died from the cancer in October 2015. Four months later, a jury in St. Louis concluded that talcum powder contributed to the development of the disease and that Johnson & Johnson was liable for negligence, conspiracy, and failure to warn women of the potential risk of using Baby Powder in the genital area.”
* Johnson & Johnson Has a Baby Powder Problem (Bloomberg)

This obsession plays out in several forums where men swap tips on how to increase their “loads” using everything from zinc to celery, the purported secret of porn star Peter North, who is famous for his prodigious ejaculations. On 4chan, a male user tested various supplements and recorded the impact on his ejaculate in a popular post …”
* The Men Obsessed With Perfecting A Porn-Style Money Shot (Voactiv)

“A promising new study on the effectiveness of Vasalgel — a reversible birth control injection for men — was an overwhelming success. Vasalgel is now slated to be available to all men in 2018, according to Elaine Lissner, executive director of the Parsemus Foundation, the organization that developed the contraceptive.”
* Reversible, Condomless Male Birth Control Will Be Here in 2018 (Cosmopolitan)

“I experienced abuse in a relationship for the first time at age 13, in part because I lacked any knowledge of what it means to consent. And without healthy queer relationships to model, I presumed my partner’s manipulations were normal … I went to my local high school, Del Norte High, to ask queer students: What would you like to see covered in your new, “comprehensive” sex-ed classes?”
* This Is What Queer-friendly Sex Ed Should Look Like (Fusion)

“What’s the strangest metaphor for gettin’ it on that you know? Making the beast with two backs? Gland-to-gland combat? What about melting your face into a tentacle monster then transforming into a swimming pool? That last one comes from the strange and wonderful mind of Adam Weissman, filmmaker and member of noveau vintage electronic outfit Pollyn.”
* Weird Sex Metaphors Abound in “Dark Tokyo” Music Video (The Creators Project/Vice)

“In a unanimous vote, the Utah House of Representatives passed a resolution this week branding pornography a public health hazard; a crisis its citizens need to be protected from.”
* Utah’s Hypocritical War on Porn (Daily Beast)

“Dimo Trifonov is the founder and CEO of 3nder, an alternative dating app. It focuses on polyamory, kink, and alternative sexual preferences, describing itself as a “way to date awesome people around you who are kinky, curious and open-minded.” Payment processor TransferWise refused to let the company open a business account because of the “nature of [his] business,” according to an email seen by Business Insider, with a customer-service representative classifying the dating app as “adult” content, Trifonov says.”
* The CEO of a polyamorous dating app is accusing TransferWise of ‘double standards’ for refusing him service (Business Insider)

“With one sex toy company proclaiming 2016 as the year that pegging takes off, it’s time to re-evaluate the benefits of telling your boyfriend to bend over. … Broad City and Deadpool celebrate pegging in a completely non-judgemental way. In the former, Abbi rises to the challenge (with a bit of wall twerking enthusiasm from Ilana) to peg her super-keen date and in the latter, pegging is thrown into the middle of sex montage like it’s no big deal; it just happens.” Psst: Don’t forget this great book on pegging!
* Bend Over, Bro: The Men Who Love Pegging (Broadly/Vice)

“We are living in a new sex bureaucracy,” warn Harvard Law School professors Jacob Gersen and Jeannie Suk in an upcoming paper for the California Law Review, titled “Bureaucratic Sex Creep.” They explained, “The bureaucracy dedicated to that regulation of sex is growing. It operates largely apart from criminal enforcement, but its actions are inseparable from criminal overtones and implications.”
* How the Government Stole Sex (Reason)

TIME-porn-cover
TIME Magazine’s next issue goes full anti-porn, leading with a centerpiece story by Peggy Orenstein revealing that TIME doesn’t fact-check its articles. Fact-free items in the article include “$ 97 billion global porn industry” (a number repeated for over 10 years w/no source) and “nearly 90% of 304 random scenes contained physical aggression toward women” (from a widely, publicly, established as debunked anti-porn paper, via Chyng Sun’s 2008 “The Price of Pleasure”). TIME’s centerpiece rests on the notion that all porn is the same (heterosexual, made by a single group of people, deliberately violent toward women). These are things everyone with an internet connection can verify are biased and bogus (check paragraph 6).

TIME cyberporn cover

But this isn’t the first time TIME has published false anti-porn data. For women who value their sexual agency on all sides of the porn debate, TIME done the equivalent of publishing a hysterical anti-abortion rant and calling it the only truth about the abortion issue — with all the same ties to religious right organizations. It’s kind of unbelievable to see that TIME is actually this one-sided and far, far behind the times with the issues. The article is linked below if you want to see just how absurd and inflammatory — and arguably harmful to female sexual agency — the magazine’s next issue is.
* How Porn Is Changing a Generation of Girls (TIME)

Main post image via Dangerous Minds.

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Sex News: Featuring debunked data, TIME publishes anti-porn issue; the trouble with Tumblr

02-Apr-16

TIME-porn-cover

Above: TIME’s cover for April 11, 2016. Right: TIME’s cover for July 3, 1995. Both issues contain articles with debunked or falsified data on pornography.

TIME cyberporn cover

  • TIME Magazine’s next issue goes full anti-porn, leading with a centerpiece story by Peggy Orenstein revealing that TIME doesn’t fact-check its articles. Fact-free items in the article include “$ 97 billion global porn industry” (a number repeated for over 10 years w/no source) and “nearly 90% of 304 random scenes contained physical aggression toward women” (from a widely, publicly, established as debunked anti-porn paper, via Chyng Sun’s 2008 “The Price of Pleasure”). TIME’s centerpiece rests on the notion that all porn is the same (heterosexual, made by a single group of people, deliberately violent toward women). These are things everyone with an internet connection can verify are biased and bogus (check paragraph 6).
    But this isn’t the first time TIME has published false anti-porn data. For women who value their sexual agency on all sides of the porn debate, TIME done the equivalent of publishing a hysterical anti-abortion rant and calling it the only truth about the abortion issue — with all the same ties to religious right organizations. It’s kind of unbelievable to see that TIME is actually this one-sided and far, far behind the times with the issues. The article is linked below if you want to see just how absurd and inflammatory — and arguably harmful to female sexual agency — the magazine’s next issue is.
    How Porn Is Changing a Generation of Girls (TIME)
  • A hacker has gained access to admin functions on the porn website Team Skeet and is advertising a database supposedly containing email addresses, plain text passwords, names, and physical and IP addresses for over 237,000 users of the site, as well as the broader porn network, Paper Street Media (PSM).
    Hacker Breaches Porn Network, Advertises User Data on Dark Web (Motherboard)
  • Or, why I don’t cite Tumblr for porn (because I have firm rules about crediting creators and performers). Adult director Jacky St. James, whose film The Sexual Liberation of Anna Lee is featured in a GIF story that garnered more than 35,000 notes, argues that the marketing and monetization of porn seen on Tumblr is nothing short of an ethical violation.
    There’s a Problem With Tumblr Porn That We Don’t Talk About (Mic)

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  • According to data from Pornhub that tracked viewing patterns among female users, American women overwhelmingly favor lesbian porn. In fact, most of the western hemisphere — North, Central and South America — primarily searched for lesbian porn.
    U.S. women prefer lesbian porn, according to Pornhub (Huffington Post)
  • Women who perceive that their sexual partner is imposing perfectionist standards on them may suffer sexual dysfunction as a result, psychologists at the University of Kent have found. In the first in-depth study of how different types of sexual perfectionism affect women over a period of time, researchers also found that ‘partner-prescribed’ sexual perfectionism contributed to negative self-image.
    When women feel their partner demands perfection, sex life suffers (Eureka Alert)

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