Sex News: Porn by Wes Anderson, the fake orgasm scale, lust for fat men

by Violet Blue on May 16, 2014

Above: “A Porno by Wes Anderson

  • The data showed that 21% of women and 32% of men watch live sex shows online. Skype sex is also increasingly common, with 26% of respondents saying they had “had sexual relations via a webcam,” while 48% said they would do so if given the opportunity.
    New Survey Says Americans Are Getting Freakier, Masturbating More (Refinery 29)
  • Fuck yeah Rachel Kramer Bussel! “Over the past 21 years, I’ve slept with men and women of various ages, races, professions and sizes, and while the qualities that most attract me are a sharp mind and a good sense of humor, there’s no denying that the one type of person I’ve wound up falling the hardest for are fat men. I’m certainly not the only one…”
    Why I’m Hot for Fat Guys (Nerve)
  • In contrary to Vimeo’s content standards, it has wiped all of Ms. Naughty’s content, such as her Feminist Porn Awards documentary and video of her Feminist Porn Conference talk. Let’s hope they fix it soon. (Ms. Maughty’s Twitter)


  • “New York City drove down its H.I.V. infection rate in part by flooding the streets with millions upon millions of free condoms each year. At the same time, the police have undermined this effort by using condom possession as evidence to support prostitution charges — and by simply seizing condoms from sex workers and destroying them.”
    Get Rid of ‘Condom Policing’ (NY Times)
  • File under glad you’re catching on… An academic from Durham University says that schools should move beyond the “prevention and plumbing” model of sex education towards lessons that also focus on the “pleasurable aspects of sex.”
    Sex education ‘must focus on pleasurable side to sex’ (Telegraph UK)

Above image via ‘The Red Room’ for the Spring/Summer 2014 ‘Romance Issue’ of Antidote Magazine

  • As of early May, X-Art had filed about thirty-eight per cent of all copyright suits in 2014. Today, they average more than three suits a day, and defendants have included elderly women, a former lieutenant governor, and countless others. “Please be advised that I am ninety years old and have no idea how to download anything,” one defendant wrote in a letter, filed in a Florida court.
    The biggest filer of copyright lawsuits? This erotica website (The New Yorker)

  • The second half of this article has a great interview with Jillian Lauren: The Sultan of Brunei and his brother Prince Jefri were dubbed “constant companions in hedonism” in 2011 by Vanity Fair. Here and abroad, the brothers are infamous for their sex parties and their harems composed mainly of underage girls.
    The sex-obsessed world of Brunei (NY Post)
  • A professor’s lifelong research leads to a growing understanding of pleasure, pain, and the genital-brain relationship. “The women’s nerves transmitted sensory activity from the clitoris, vagina, and cervix, even though the spinal cord was severed.”
    How Orgasm Could Dull Pain (The Atlantic)

  • While our culture promotes a male-centric (that is, penis-centric) view of sex, men do not necessarily have it easy. Boys are taught that “real men” are sexual aggressors, and the tenets of toxic masculinity promote stoicism and ignorance; to admit fear, discomfort or confusion about sex implies vulnerability at odds with culturally-acceptable machismo.
    17 Lies We Need to Stop Teaching Boys About Sex (Policy Mic)

That’s Kate Moss for Lui Magazine.

  • Fawn, 28, and India Rose, 23, share an estimated fortune of AUD $600m after inheriting their grandfather Paul Raymond’s vast porn empire estate. Raymond opened the UK’s first strip club, The Raymond Revue Bar, in 1958 in London’s Soho.
    The porn heiresses worth millions (News.com.au)

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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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1 Ms. Naughty May 16, 2014 at 6:32 pm

Vimeo has temporarily restored my videos but I’m still supposed to comply with guidelines that are vague and have to make changes. Apparently I can’t show people touching their “bathing suit area”. I’ve asked them to be more specific about what I need to do to comply. I’ve posted the ongoing correspondence with them: http://msnaughty.com/blog/2014/05/17/what-happened-when-i-asked-vimeo-to-define-sexual-stimulation/

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