pretty girl friday

by Violet Blue on September 26, 2009


Pic of Anna AJ from this gallery.

Girls, girls, girls. They make me so happy with their soothing smoothness and curves. This is a blog about culture and sex. This is the sex part, though unlike perceptions of the uninitiated, it’s light and erudite, with a touch of female finesse. Those who can’t be bothered to understand can just suck it up. Or, they can live in the present with the rest of us and quite worrying what people think. This is the new school of life. If you’re too embarrassed to link here, but want me to promo your shit or cash in on my appearance, get over it and treat me, and the hundreds of thousands of people who visit here with maturity and respect. (Not to mention the 8 million+ downloads of my podcasts and gods know how many books I’ve sold.) The human condition: here’s a beautiful part of it, courtesy of a refined community of tasteful user-generated erotic galleries, distilled and selected by me:

* Roselyne A
* Nikky Case
* Cikita A
* One of my favorite models: Sofia A
* And Anna AJ is heartbreakingly gorgeous.
* Argentinian amateurs: a party, a twosome, and a twosome redux.

Yes, something’s bothering me. It’s something someone did online, and it would *definitely* piss you off, too. I’m working it out in my head so as to avoid an international incident.

Violet Blue

The London Times named Violet Blue "One of the 40 bloggers who really count" and Self Magazine named TinyNibbles one of the “Best Sex Resources for Women.” Blue is an autodidact and pundit on sex and technology, hacking and security, porn for women, privacy and bleeding-edge tech culture. She is a journalist for ZDNet, CBS News, CNET; she's an educator, speaker, crisis counselor, volunteer NGO trainer, and the author and editor of over 40 award-winning books.

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{ 6 comments }

1 Steve September 28, 2009 at 2:18 pm

Roselyne, Nikky, Cikita A, Sofia A, Anna AJ are all physically beautiful young women, but they don’t look like they are having fun. Since posing naked on the internet is all about creating a fantasy for the viewers (and making money, I guess) then why not go all the way and smile for the camera?

2 Michael September 27, 2009 at 3:58 pm

For what it’s worth, any professional needs minimum requirements for them to do their best work. Participating in someone’s project, no matter what it is, is utilizing the professional’s time–not just time in the day, but years of study, practice or craft–and needs to be justified on some part by the people running the project. Your representation may do this regarding material concerns: fees, hotel rooms provided, residuals, whatever. But there’s also a non-material aspect to it. I’ve appeared at conventions as a guest and been treated shoddily, so I’ve brought it up to them before considering appearing again. Sometimes they meet you at your level, and other times you don’t participate in the con. It’s not pride to expect respect for what you bring to the table.

3 phoenix September 26, 2009 at 8:12 pm

I kind of noticed the italics bit in your post above – it just didn’t SOUND like the Violet I’m used to reading. I hope it smooths out soon, and whoever’s treating you this way figures out the error of their ways.

That being said, there’s something about the way you described the sex and sexiness about your writing and about this blog that rung a chord with me. It’s actually something like trying to bottle a good wind – I can see it and feel it when I read how you write; it’s at the tips of my fingers when I try to recreate it in my own writing. It’s kind of funny actually, maybe because I don’t have that touch of female finesse you mentioned. :) In any event, I wanted to chime in and let you know that the light touch you mentioned is very well noticed, impossible to reproduce, and appreciated.

4 violet September 26, 2009 at 3:46 pm

thank you. basically I’ve been invited to speak at a very prestigious conference — as I have in the past, and am in the future by other competitors — but now in planning I’m noticing that I’m not being treated equally. and others are noticing it, too. after being treated like a top level equal by entities such as Forbes and ETech, it’s making me think long and hard why I’m doing it. having what I represent, and have to say (and the context), in these spaces means something — to a lot of people. I think it’s interesting that Forbes and the like see this, while others still haven’t caught up.

5 Alex September 26, 2009 at 2:59 pm

People can be incredibly irritating. I don’t understand why so many people are afraid of sex, given that it’s a very biological, basic thing. It’s like being afraid of breathing! Obviously, I don’t know what happened here but I’m assuming that it had something to do with someone looking down on you.

Know this: you’re one of the coolest people I know of online, and yes, they’re stupid. We’re the mutants of the future, and they haven’t caught up yet.

If there’s an international incident in the works, let me know. I’d be happy to join in :)

6 bw September 26, 2009 at 5:48 am

hey i’m sorry you’re pissed. i had the same shit happen thurs and it sux. not internet related but a PAIN anyway. your latest podcast was out of hand HOT. killer story. love the way you got so excited reading. happy late birthday too and don’t let them get you down!

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