Category: Art

Fight censorship: Support erotic art and writing for #GivingTuesday

If you write, make art, shoot film, or create anything about human sexuality, on most platforms you simply can’t be found. You are silenced, or not allowed. Or you get banned. That’s why today I’m giving you a little push for #GivingTuesday — the day to give back, after the shopping gluttonies of Black Friday…

Gorgeous: Babe Leila Lowfire on body positivity and being a nude model

Just found on C-Heads: Leila Lowfire is definitely a woman to fall in love with. In our short interview she talks about becoming a nude model, society and beauty standards and the most important thing in life. All photographed by Sarah Bleszynski. (read more…) See also: Sarah Bleszynski on Tumblr, Leila Lowfire on Twitter.

Incredible, powerful photos by Roseography

I found the work of Atlanta-based photographer Roseography early this week and waited until Friday for a proper post on this artist’s stunning body of work. Afropunk tells us about Roseography saying, Roseography describes himself as a visual composer; a particularly apt description for the majorly talented Atlanta-based photographer. The thing about Roseography is that…

Funded and gorgeous: SLIP : Naked In Your Own Words

It’s really cool when the erotic art project I wanted to help promote gets funded before I get a chance to share it with you — and that’s what just happened with SLIP : Naked In Your Own Words. https://t.co/FRxoEAqQJt 6 mins to go! Wave along with me, @iamshylaj + @Skin_Diamond @RileyReidx3 @MissDaniDaniels pic.twitter.com/gkt7ENkInT —…

Trailer-teaser for Mademoiselle, aka The Handmaiden, by Park Chan-wook

Mademoiselle by Park Chan-wook comes out on October 5. It’s being called The Handmaiden in domestic press, and it’s based on the book The Fingersmith by Sarah Waters. There’s a great interview about the film with Chan-wook here in Variety. It’s premiering at Cannes, and it really makes me wish I can someday go to…

More vaccum-sealed couples in Flesh Love Returns

You may remember this 2012 post, featuring the remarkable photography of Japanese artist Haruhiko Kawaguchi (Photographer Hal), called Flesh Love. For that series, he sought out over 80 in-love couples of varying sexual orientations at parties and clubs in Tokyo and convinced them to come back to his studio — where he’d photograph them in…