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  • What you won’t find [on PornHub], despite the fact that in book form it has sold over 100 million copies and as a film has made more than $500 million, is contract porn. But now, with its release on DVD, Fifty Shades of Grey — maybe the only movie ever made that’s understood the appeal of a woman looking at a man across 12 inches of hard-wood conference table and murmuring “no anal fisting” — puts contract in the light it deserves (glowing, above the Apple logo). It’s not so much that with Fifty Shades, porn has gone mainstream; it’s that with Fifty Shades the mainstream has been revealed as porn.
    50 Shades of Libertarian Love (The Los Angeles Review of Books)

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  • In 2006, Oprah Winfrey cancelled an appearance on her show by Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, the parents whose 15 children had made them famous not just to fellow evangelical Christians but to the secular world as well. Only now is Discovery beginning to acknowledge the likelihood that eldest son Josh Duggar molested all but one of his five younger sisters.
    The Web Has Known About Josh Duggar for Years. When Did TLC Find Out? (Defamer)
  • Sex and robots: The concept of AI—specifically of the foxy, sexualized persuasion—has permeated pop culture for a very long time, most recently exemplified with Alex Garland’s Ex Machina. And should these AI rise up, what kind of role would sexuality and sexual identity play in their existence—if at all? Hopes&Fears corralled a group of varied experts to weigh in through a group panel discussion to see what the future holds for us, the AI… and our respective crotch parts.
    Artificial Sexuality: a roundtable discussion on screwing robots (Hopes and Fears)

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  • Federal agents arrested a State Department employee flying out of Atlanta this week and charged him with running a massive, repulsive “sextortion” racket using U.S. State Department computer access. He stole sexually explicit photos of young women from their Internet accounts, threatened to release personal information on them and their families (or cause them to lose their jobs), and then blackmailed them for more sexual photos and videos. He phished, hacked and terrorized hundreds of women with the aid of his government computer access.
    State dept. worker accused of ‘sextortion’ has hearing in Atlanta (AJC)

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  • “The mainstream video game industry, replete as it is with violence simulators and power fantasies, is a shrinking violet when it comes to honestly portraying intercourse. Sex [in video games] is treated like a Fabergé egg, a delicate treasure with incalculable value but no other purpose than to look nice on a shelf and point out to friends. In the God of War series, sex is a reward mechanic that churns out points in exchange for quickly mashing buttons. But you never see the sex, you just hear it!”
    Let’s Talk About Sex (in Video Games), Baby (The Mary Sue)
  • “In real life, almost every article about sex dolls (a term I’m using interchangeably here with “love doll,” even though not everyone who owns such a doll does so for sexual purposes) has stated that the market for such dolls is almost entirely male—but not entirely.”
    The Human Side of Sex Dolls (LadySmut)
  • Ever wonder what it’s like to see a penis ejaculate into your face while dressed to the nines in the South of France? Well then Gaspar Noe’s Love might be for you. Despite several instances of tastefully lit fellatio, and a 3D image of a large penis’s sperm cascading towards the audience, Gaspar Noé’s Love proved to be the dumbest movie screened so far at Cannes — as well as the most soporific.
    Cannes’s 3D Porn: High Heels, Tuxedoes, and Midnight Money Shot (Daily Beast)
  • They were supposed to be enforcing the law. Instead, the FBI alleges, a pair of rogue FBI agents ran a sex-for-hire stable, staffed with illegal talent. One DEA source told The Daily Beast on the condition of anonymity that the incident is a slap in the face for the agency.
    DEA Agents Ran Jersey’s Sleaziest Strip Club (Daily Beast)

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Carlo Mollino (1905-1973) was an architect, designer, photographer and writer, not to mention a race-car driver and a pilot. His buildings include the Royal Theatre in Turin, and his furniture, like his photography, is ever more valuable. In 2005, a Mollino table sold for $3.8 million, setting a world record for twentieth-century decorative art.

Upon his death, it was discovered that he had a vast, stunning body of work in Polaroids spanning 1962-1973.

DesignBoom tells us that these were, “the private photographic work he kept which included over 1,000 polaroids portraying beauties of Turin’s nightlife in the nude in mise-en-scène settings. These photographs were part of the preparation of his “house for the warrior’s rest,” known as Casa Mollino, a villa in Turin, situated along the River Po.”

Mollino, said to be one of Italy’s most influential mid-20th century designers, wanted to model his death on those of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs, whose souls were taken by boat to a sumptuous city, where they enjoyed opulent afterlives. Casa Mollino was a house he created for his afterlife, “inspired by the project of the construction of the Egyptian pyramid which is the house for the perpetuity of the pharaohs.”

Flashbak has this nice collection. See also, more here and here.

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This edition of Kink Your Kindle features some absolute showstoppers in the world of new erotic fiction — and the fiction genre, period. I’m not sure what changed in the past few months, but something certainly has in the world of erotica. The newest crop of hot, lit smut is deep, and I highly recommend each and every one of them. Best of all, most of these are indies, and self-published works, so we’re supporting the writers directly! YAY!

With the exception of any nonfiction titles, every selection in this post contains explicit sex, ranging from romantic trysts with hardcore sex to character-driven, thoughtful – but very nasty – porn. Expect unusual and rich stories, characters with complexity, riveting realistic sex, and skilled storytelling.

Searching for erotic Kindle books is a nightmare of poorly written (auto generated? plagiarized?) free books, most exploiting dated (and often offensive) stereotypes that are a turn-off. But they all rank high on Amazon’s search, page after page – making it impossible to find quality erotic titles. I hope that Kink Your Kindle helps to hack a path through the rip-offs and Kindle spammers, and that through this you discover new authors you grow to love.

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  • Take the Heat: A Criminal Romance Anthology ($3.99) multiple authors, including favorites Giselle Renarde, Tamsin Flowers (@GiselleRenarde, @TamsinFlowers)
    “Crack. That would be the one word to describe this awesome anthology. I could not put it down. Not for deadlines of my own, bedtimes if I had better sense or any other reason. I crawled back to my e-reader on breaks and hugged it during morning coffee. Each story is different but holds the same sweet edge of sex and danger that always keeps me coming back for more. Hot!!! 5/5 for sheer panty soaking heat. I loved it!!” (Amazon review)
  • Haunted ($1.99) by Sommer Marsden (@sommer_marsden)
    “Hang on folks, you’re going on a wild and scary ride with some romantic delight tossed in here and there to us anchored. The characters were well done. The story line unfolded in vivid detail. The author’s words created such imagery that I could see the haunted amusement park: the defunct rides, dilapidated buildings, even the faded clowns. Not only see but hear the screeching roller coaster grind on the tracks with sparks flying, hear the shrill screams and the laughter of long ago. No spoilers but there are a lot of memorable scenes you don’t want to miss. This is a must read that will keep the romance lovers and the paranormal lovers content.” (Amazon review) See also: The Accidental Cougar ($2.99)
  • The Eyes of Bast ($3.50) by Lisabet Sarai
    “When instinct tells Shaina to visit the feral cat trap she’s set in Central Park, she listens to that inner voice. She discovers she’s caged a magnificent black tom, but the cat inexplicably vanishes after she tends to his wounds. Seeking the errant feline, Shaina encounters instead a handsome stranger whose slightest touch sets her body on fire. As the day dawns after a night of ferocious passion, her mysterious lover is forced back into his true shape – the tomcat she rescued. Born a cat, Tom was transformed into an unwilling shape shifter by a sorceress who craved a human plaything to satisfy her perverse lusts. Centuries old and irresistibly powerful, Delphine Montserrat will stop at nothing to find her runaway familiar. Shaina vows to do whatever is necessary to defeat the vicious but seductive witch and save the man she believes is her soulmate.” See also: The Witches of Gloucester ($2.99)
  • The Incubus and the Angel: Magic University Book Three ($6.99) by Cecilia Tan (@ceciliatan)
    “The Incubus and the Angel is an entertaining read that has a similar magical world structure as the Harry Potter books, though these tales of magic definitely aren’t for children. Kyle is a strong hero but with a touch of femininity which helps him relate to Lindy in ways an alpha male type couldn’t. He’s been hurt emotionally, but willing to keep searching for his soul mate.” (You Gotta Read Reviews)
  • Hot for Her: Dirty Boys Get Everything They Lust For: Four Adult Short Sex Stories ($2.99) by Lana Fox, J.T. Louder, Angela Tavares (@foxlana, @jtlouder, @herebookybooky)
    Women writing porn from the male point of view… is it hot? Hell yes! “From a taxi-cab customer with lusciously bounceable breasts to a college coach whose wife knows the meaning of share time, the women in HOT FOR HER know how to take their pleasure, and the men who crave them can’t get enough. Taking the male point of view, these four pleasure-focused stories build quickly and erupt with force. Everyone’s having the orgasms they’ve dreamed of, in settings far away from home.”

  • The Spanking House: And other stories ($3.89) by Alison Tyler (@AlisonTyler)
    Eight exquisite short stories about spanking – and the thrilling erotic friction that leads to the moment of contact – make Tyler’s newest collection of her favorite filthy pastime a must-read. Highly recommended. “In the backseat of a shiny black limo and over the end of a classic cherry-colored convertible. I’ve been punished while bent over a motorcycle. Smacked with a wooden ruler while duct-taped to a desk. But over-the-knee is my favorite position, my favorite place to be.”
  • Spyder’s Trouble (A BDSM Space Opera) ($5.99) by Korin I. Dushayl (@eroticawriter)
    “As the shadow of a repressive piety movement spreads across the system’s free worlds, the Lady Cassandra and her slaves must flee home. The Dominatrix persuades her loyal clients to smuggle her out of the city where she lives. When he rushes to her aid, Spyder’s troubles follow him. Pursued both by the law and the lawless, Spyder and his navigator exploit every evasive maneuver and smuggler’s trick they know…”
  • The Companion Contract ($3.99) by Solace Ames (@solacewrites)
    “The Companion Contract is such a gem — while Amy may (sometimes) enjoy playing the submissive, there’s never a question that she’s a capable and strong woman, in total control of her life. Watching her act as a friend to Miles, as he grapples with addiction and rebuilding his life, is just as satisfying as seeing her fall for Emanuel. And brava to Solace Ames for writing Xiomara, a spirited heroine who deserves her own story. As a trans woman of color, Xiomara isn’t the kind of character readers see all that often in romance, and Ames brings her to life with both vibrancy and humanity. More, please.” (RT February 2015 Seal of Excellence)
  • Indecent Desires ($2.99) by Sophia Valenti (@sophiavalenti)
    “Angela has always admired her neighbor, Nate, but her interest is piqued even more when she spies him delivering an over-the-knee spanking to a pretty lady. Her curiosity doesn’t go unnoticed, however, and the following day, Nate invites her over for a better look–and some well-deserved punishment of her own. She soon realizes the price of peeping on your neighbor, especially when he’s a Dom.”

  • Silent Shadows Come: Erotic Tales of Ninjas ($3.99) edited by Jennifer Levine (@jlevine3), multiple authors
    “We know that ninjas were historically spies, assassins, and saboteurs, trained to blend in using disguises and stealth, but beyond that… well, it’s up to our imaginations to decide (…) In one story, Nina Parker shows us the cunning mind of the shinobi in “A Job To Be Done.” A ninja knows that a single problem may have many solutions and that some obstacles can be overcome in ways that are… well, mutually beneficial. But what if a ninja underestimates just how distracting that solution may be?”
  • Cream: An Erotic Romance ($2.99) by Lana Fox (@foxlana)
    “Sultry jazz singer Caroline Spence has a penchant for smokier numbers—and, as it turns out, men of a similar temperament. So when the darkly dominant Marcus takes her on as his submissive, she surprises him by sharing his love of double cream, both in a bowl and on her body, as well as a passion for kink that could lose him his job. Still, it turns out Marcus isn’t the only one who wants Caroline. Two men. One siren. And a challenge that changes her life.”
  • Lips Like Ice ($6.99) by Peggy Barnett (@scifrey)
    “Lips Like Ice is the best kind of erotica. Barnett’s world is creative and alive while at the same time being fantastical and bizarre, her characters feel hyper-realm and the sex is hot! But at the same time, the book is also the best kind of fantasy, working as a masterful allegory for the gender challenges that face men, women, and beyond in our own culture. Barnett pens a roadmap to the mistakes real people so often make, and creates a sympathetic story of error and correction; of frustration and kindness. And the sex is HOT! This is a must-read for fans of genre-bending fantasy; steamy, envelope-pushing erotica; and as a dude, I feel like every guy should read it for a greater understanding of the forces we’re subjected to, and the mistakes we can avoid through greater understanding.” (Amazon review)
  • Paperback only, but too good to leave out: Dog Men ($15) by Alana Noel Voth (@alananoel)
    “The action here is deep and meaningful — characters make difficult choices, and endure the consequences. Not many writers would have you feel genuine, wrenching pity for the plight of a brain-eating zombie, or the most beautiful man in the world (…) The stories are sex-soaked — hustlers, porn shops, trysts that are messy and hot and explicit. People risk everything for sex (“love was holy”) — their reputations, their bodies, their lives. And the sex is not straightforward. This is as about as far from vanilla as I can imagine. Sex with an edge. Failed sex, masochistic sex, salty, painful, difficult and real.” (Trigger Warnings, The Lit Pub)


Bisexual Husbands

“What you need to know about Filthy Housewives is that it offers literary pornography at its finest. What’s masterful about this collection is the sheer erotic creativity it displays. Every single story might start off sounding like something you’ve read someplace, some time, but no—Filthy Housewives offers seven arousing, inventive sexual fantasies, and each one will provide you with at least one moment, one image or scent, that will stay with you long after you’ve finished reading.” (Amazon review)

“Anyone thinking Mad Men? I know I am. And yet, when you open Bisexual Husbands, and begin your journey, it’s nothing like anything you’ve ever read before. Between the covers are seven hot and kinky tales of husbands gone wild – pushed and prodded into it by their wild and kinky wives. Before they realize what’s going on, they’re caught up in something they never knew they wanted. In between stories, cleanse your palette with bits and bites from Violet herself – tips on how to kink up your bar, or the proper way to lube up. All tips feel like they should be published in Good Housekeeping, but it keeps with the feel of the collection. Old fashioned on the outside, but thoroughly modern and shiny new on the inside.” (Amazon review)

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Meet indie erotica’s perfect couple: Filthy Housewives and Bisexual Husbands.

  • A sad day for slutwear: Frederick’s of Hollywood Group Inc., a Los Angeles lingerie brand, has closed all of its stores and will do business only online. Born out of the World War II pinup craze, the company was the brainchild of Frederick Mellinger. He initially opened a lingerie business in New York before moving the shop, renamed Frederick’s of Hollywood, to Los Angeles in 1947. Despite Mellinger’s famous quote that “sex never goes out of fashion,” the company fell behind competitors.
    Frederick’s of Hollywood closes all stores, strips down to Web (LA Times, thank you Cyrus!)

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  • “I had seen in the flesh what a simple ‘I have herpes‘ could do when said fearlessly, without shame,” Ella Dawson wrote. “Because when a real person — a woman you know and respect — casually mentions having herpes, it stops being a punchline and starts being someone’s reality.”
    Meet the woman who tells everyone, ‘I have genital herpes’ (Washington Post)
  • Instagram has clarified its community guidelines to better explain its policies around pornography and harassment. The social network has specifically banned “close-ups of fully-nude buttocks” — but said it would continue to allow photographs of post-mastectomy scarring and women breastfeeding.
    Instagram bans ‘fully-nude’ buttocks (Wired UK)

  • The war on sex work is a war on women: In May 2013, Monica Jones, a student and LGBT activist at Arizona State University, was arrested for “manifesting prostitution.” According to the FBI, police arrested over 57,000 people on such charges in 2011. The vast majority were women.
    Molly Crabapple: How police profile and shame sex workers (Fusion)

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  • A Japanese artist currently on trial for obscenity over vulva sculptures says her arrest shows how far behind her country is in terms of sexual equality. She was arrested last year after building a kayak shaped like her vulva and for emailing plans of the boat, which included pictures of her scanned genitalia, to others. If convicted of distributing or holding obscene images for the purposes of selling, Igarashi could face up to two years in prison and a fine of up to £13,400 (2.5m Yen).
    This woman faces two years in jail for making a vulva canoe (Independent UK)
  • Opponents of revenge porn laws warn that the spate of new legislation endangers free-speech laws. The ACLU has raised concerns about First Amendment rights and has cautioned against making revenge porn a felony, instead suggesting civil remedies.
    Could All These New Revenge-Porn Laws Actually Be a Bad Thing? (NY Mag: The Cut)
  • According to the company, Ashley Madison is the second most profitable dating enterprise on the internet, second only to Match. That’s why it’s reportedly preparing to go public in the hope of raising $200 million to fund international expansion.
    Ashley Madison IPO proves Adultery is big business (Engadget)

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  • Veteran adult performer Justine Joli’s move into manufacturing and distributing pot-infused edible products, namely marijuana jerky, is (bizarrely) seeing porn and marijuana hailed as “the new business bedfellows” by Three years ago, Joli, who has performed in about 250 adult films, started up Green Fairy Edibles; today, the star plans on moving away from porn, dissolve her adult website and invest hardily into Green Fairy Edibles. “I’m doing what most entrepreneurs do,” she told “I’m selling off my life and going all in. … One day of making jerky [makes me] the exact same amount I would make on set.”
    CNBC: Porn, Pot Are the New Business Bedfellows (XBIZ)

  • Free The Nipple (the film) follows a group of young women who take to the streets of New York City topless, to protest the archaic censorship laws in the United States. Activist Liv and With set out to start a movement and change the system through publicity stunts and graffiti installations while armed with First Amendment lawyers. The film explores the contradictions in our media-dominated society, where acts of violence and killing are glorified, while images of a woman’s nude body are censored by the FCC and the MPAA (as well as social media websites).
    Free The Nipple (Unscathed Corpse)

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Image above from Sheer Delight, Interview Magazine, March 2015 issue.

  • I love this post so much. “It seems a lot of people really, REALLY don’t get what ‘consent’ means. (…) If you’re still struggling, just imagine instead of initiating sex, you’re making them a cup of tea. (…) If they are unconscious, don’t make them tea. Unconscious people don’t want tea and can’t answer the question ‘do you want tea’ because they are unconscious.”
    Consent: Not actually that complicated (Rockstar Dinosaur Pirate Princess)
  • While living in Florida, Jennifer had Google searched “How to make money” and landed on a page about BDSM dungeons. She began reading about the business and started operating one part-time. Without a house to call her own, though, her dungeon struggled to turn a profit.
    How to Afford Park Slope? Run a BDSM Dungeon (Brooklyn Based)

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  • The FDA actually started seizing our shipments of their lubricant, so we can’t even get it in the store anymore,” said Sarah Mueller, senior sex educator and resident lube expert at the Smitten Kitten, a sex boutique in Minneapolis.
    The FDA’s Crusade Against Lube (VICE)

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  • Video game Senran Kagura has teamed up with several well-known ramen restaurants for what’s being called, and I quote, “An Enormous Breast Ramen Festival” (爆乳ラーメン祭り or “Bakunyuu Raamen Matsuri”). Until April 5, five noodle restaurants in Tokyo are serving their own Senran Kagura noodle dishes that you would not exactly call subtle.
    Ramen Has Never Been This Lewd or Perverted (Kotaku)
  • Joy St. James writes, “Into a tiny, drawstring handbag I crammed some emergency cash, lipstick, mascara, and (just in case) condoms. Just walking from my car was an experience in itself. Like most women, I was taught from an early age to adopt what is called in Switzerland (where I’ve also lived) the Geradeaus Gait. … “Hey, baby! Looking good! Wiggle that ass for me!” The catcalls and leers, instead of offensive and annoying, I found reaffirming.”
    I Was A Streetwalker For A Night (Nerve)

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  • Pandora Blake writes, “When someone talks about ‘porn’ they probably have a specific vision in mind, and that vision may not match someone else’s. Here is a fact: you cannot possibly imagine all porn.”
    Can porn empower women? (Medium)
  • Human trafficking – and sex trafficking in particular – has become something of a Christian cause célèbre. One of the most persistent criticisms of the movement is that it’s not opposed only to explicitly forced prostitution and child prostitution, but to prostitution as a whole, even when it’s engaged in by adult women who say they are sex workers by choice. That’s one point that some activists have no problem acknowledging. “FAAST and all of our partners are very intentional in that we say that all prostitution is inherently harmful,” said Mandy Porter, coordinator at the Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, a Baltimore-based Christian coalition whose members include World Relief and the Salvation Army.
    How Evangelicals Took Sex Trafficking From Feminists and Made It a Christian Cause Célèbre (Slate, via Ms Naughty)
  • Massive warning for survivors of sexual trauma, assault, abuse: The Indian government has remained defiant over its ban on a BBC documentary about the 2012 fatal gang-rape of a student in Delhi despite a groundswell of acclaim for the film. India’s home minister, Rajnath Singh, has threatened to take action against the BBC, though did not elaborate on what form this may take, save that “all options are open”.
    Indian government remains defiant over ban on BBC rape documentary (Guardian UK)

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To celebrate the release of Best Women’s Erotica 2015 (and the great reviews it’s already getting — thank you!) I asked Alison Tyler for permission to reprint her story from the book here. And she said yes!

The book has a range of compelling stories with a refreshing variety of sexual encounters, and each of the authors has her own distinct style of literary erotic storytelling. In one story, a hacker finds himself in a predicament when he accidentally leaves his webcam on — and his female chat partner won’t let him off the hook. Another holds us as captive voyeur when a female ghostwriter indulges a wealthy businessman, and he uses her for far more creative purposes than just writing — even loaning her out to his business associates. In another, a woman becomes determined to find a dirty stranger to feel her up on the subway, and with the help of a clever and resourceful friend, she gets what she wants.

Among the collection’s stellar lineup of finalists is Alison Tyler’s story “A Not-So-Subtle Spice”. In it, Tyler takes us into an immersive and creative scenario, where “mild-mannered housewife” Bonnie discovers the fantasy of figging in a collection of Victorian erotica… and gets caught in a compromising situation. Illustrated with images from “Shibari Reverie” starring Tiffany Doll and Marc Rose.

A Not-So-Subtle Spice

By Alison Tyler, reprinted with permission
Excerpt from Best Women’s Erotica 2015

Bent over, bottom exposed in the split of the leggings, plump arsecheeks.

There was a time when I read Victorian pornography that I kept hidden beneath my mattress so my husband wouldn’t know. I’d bought the book at a secondhand store — clearly shelved by accident with the mysteries. The title had piqued my interest, and when I pulled the tome from the shelf, the fat spine split open, and I found myself mesmerized by the text on the yellowing pages.

Words leaped out at me: birching, pantaloons, figging, flogging, martinet. I knew what some meant, didn’t understand others. I’d only read a few paragraphs, growing wetter and wetter with each sentence, before deciding I needed to own the book.

I paid for my purchase and immediately left the store on shaky legs. I couldn’t even wait to get home. I hurried to my car parked in the dusty little parking lot behind the bookstore, and I fell inside the driver’s seat, trembling all over. I’d never read anything like this before. With no control of myself, I slid my fingers under my dress and into my panties. I devoured the stories about taboo topics — the printing odd and almost indecipherable in places, the descriptions of the undergarments like something from a twisted lingerie catalog.

My car was parked beneath a magnolia tree. Late afternoon sunlight spilled through the purple-tinged white petals, heating their scent. I couldn’t catch my breath. I couldn’t stop myself. I leaned into the steering wheel, groaning as the climax took me.

That was my first.

I’d seen porn before, of course. Everyone had spied the stack of Playboys kept in the garage or in a toolshed — even mild-mannered housewives such as myself. But the models in those spreads were blonde and shiny and clean. Their bios were penned in darling handwriting as they confessed a love of strawberry ice cream and sunset walks on a white-sand beach. These stories were filled with secret longings, dark desires.

Birch rods, quim, flog, spirit, naughty, cocks.

I was supposed to buy Hamburger Helper at the grocery store, to have my husband’s ice-cold Bud on the Formica table when he came home from work. But I couldn’t make myself.

Wide-open cunt, lovely bottom hole.

I skipped the store.

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Sex News: Porn musical, seniors watch VR porn, Madonna, Stephen Colbert’s nipples

9 February 2015
With my new indie book Filthy Housewives (Amazon), all sales go to the authors! Above: Nude Jennifer Lawrence for Vanity Fair March 2015 (about). Kevin Bollaert (the fucktard behind revenge porn site and, 28, was found guilty Monday of 27 counts, including identity theft and extortion, and faces up to […]
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Sex News: Porn awards in Getty Images, Larry Flynt on Charlie Hebdo, polyamory on CNN, lulzy safewords

26 January 2015
With my new indie book Filthy Housewives (Amazon), all sales go to the authors! View image | The Las Vegas AVN (adult trade industry magazine) porn awards and expo are in Getty Images, and the photos are going up uncensored. 2015 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo (Getty Images) The adult content filters being rolled […]
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Sex News: Doorknob lickers, more UK censorship, ethical porn, democratic camming

22 January 2015
With my new indie book Filthy Housewives (Amazon), all sales go to the authors! On Twitter, Door Knob Girl (Tumblr) brings Anorak UK something they'd never thought of: a primarily Japanese fetish for pretty young girls sensuously licking doorknobs. (It's not a new fetish.) Japan: women licking doorknobs is a fetish […]
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Sex News: Sharknado does 50 Shades, Anita Ekberg, GitHub targeted by Big Porn, sex biohackers

12 January 2015
Check out my new indie books, Filthy Housewives and December's Holiday Kink (Amazon) Asylum, the company best-known for combining sharks and tornados in the cult film Sharknado, has turned its eye on the lucrative field of BDSM with a ‘mockbuster’ based on the EL James adaptation, Fifty Shades of Grey. […]
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Sexy makeup: Donna Trope for Under The Influence

12 January 2015
This makeup fashion shoot is really hot, and I like the makeup too. The models are Samantha Gradoville and Holly Rose, shot by Donna Trope for Under The Influence (Magazine).
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Sex News: Hulk fisting Loki, Margaret Cho, Molly Crabapple, prostibots, the man with two penises

7 January 2015
Check out my new indie books, Filthy Housewives (Amazon) and Holiday Kink (Amazon) Bisexuality was one of the topics on the table as Margaret Cho Monday led a discussion via a medium seemingly custom-made for her no-holds-barred honesty and wit: Twitter. #SexTalkTuesday, a series produced by the female-oriented adult film site […]
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Sex News: Taylor Swift’s armpits, Steven Seagal, #OpDeathEaters, Leelah Alcorn, Saudi Arabia hijacks Twitter accounts

5 January 2015
Image above via 'Body of Evidence' Catherine McNeil by Txeme Yeste for Vogue Russia January 2015 This is one of my favorite posts of the year, every year. Don't miss Ms. Naughty's superlative Porn For Women Retrospective 2014! Porn For Women Retrospective 2014 (Ms. Naughty) The New Yorker dipped its toes into one […]
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Sex News: UK’s filter flop, dangerous insertions, sexual narcissists, randy single Jews

28 December 2014
Check out my new indie books, Filthy Housewives (Amazon) and Holiday Kink (Amazon) The 51st edition of Pirelli's infamous calendar, 2015, was shot by Steven Meisel (he shot Madonna's book "Sex" back when dinosaurs roamed the earth). The 2015 Pirelli Calendar features its first-ever plus-size model Candice Huffine alongside Adriana Lima […]
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Sex News: Hung for the Holidays, trans fairy doll, Harvard Law on BDSM contracts

25 December 2014
Check out my new indie books, Filthy Housewives (Amazon) and Holiday Kink (Amazon) Get Hung for the Holidays. Highlights include "Oh, Poly Night," the bitterly hilarious "12 Fights of Christmas," and lyrics like "This holiday's nothing but wholesome / so why you gotta turn it into Folsom?" The wonderful, local, sex-positive […]
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Sex News: A&E sex worker exploitation, UK antiporn browser hijacking, ’50 Shades’ actor squicked by BDSM

20 December 2014
From myself and all the authors: this is our holiday present to you this weekend only: My newest books are $0.99: Filthy Housewives and Holiday Kink! Above: Victoria’s Secret Holiday 2014: What Angels Want, directed by Michael Bay. (YouTube) The actor playing Christian Grey in the '50 Shades' movie revealed to Elle […]
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Sex News: Naomi Campbell for AP, Twitter and sex workers, Nick Clegg, ‘Don’t Jerk and Drive’

16 December 2014
Agent Provocateur has taken a refreshingly strong turn for its Spring campaign, tapping Ellen von Unwerth and featuring Naomi Campbell. Agent Provocateur Taps Ellen von Unwerth and Naomi Campbell (Women's Wear Daily) With the snowy holiday season, it’s a perfect time to warn motorists not drive in a jerky manner in the […]
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Sex News: Pregnant trans study, gay in Iran, Tinder’s anti-sexwork fakes

10 November 2014
Support indies! Pre-order my next book Filthy Housewives ($3.89); profits are split with all authors! Yay! Ms Naughty made a short documentary about the 2014 Berlin Porn Film Festival, the 9th edition. This film gives a brief overview of this year's famous porn film festival, with snippets of some of the […]
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How to get a free copy of my next book, Filthy Housewives

8 November 2014
My next erotica collection Filthy Housewives ($3.89) is an anthology of seven written-to-order stories, and all profits are split with the authors; we all put tons of love into it, and I’m thrilled with every inch of it. Amazon made the book available for pre-order yesterday -- it's a 100% […]
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Sex News: Filthy Housewives, privacy for dancers, porn stars versus Google, Eva Green for Campari, Keira Knightley

7 November 2014
Support indies: My next erotica collection Filthy Housewives ($3.89) is an anthology of seven written-to-order stories, and all profits are split with the authors. Pre-order sales went live today, we all put tons of love into it, and I'm thrilled with every inch of it. Filthy Housewives (Amazon) This writer can't seem […]
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