No matter how you feel about ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ one must admit it has opened up our national conversation about sexuality. By now, you’d have to be living under a rock if you haven’t at least heard of the E.L.
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After Pornified – How Women Are Transforming Pornography and Why It Really Matters A Book Review, by Lady Cheeky: Originally published on EvolvedWorld.com What do you think about when you hear the word “pornography”? In the United States at least,
Originally Posted on www.AntoniaCrane.com 3/3/13 As usual, I drifted off to the True Crime channel at 3a.m. after stripping for 13 hours straight then L and I slept in a double bed in the Motel 6 off Highway 111 to save some
(originally published on www.EvolvedWorld.com) By now, you’d have to be living under a rock if you haven’t at least heard of the E.L. James, Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon, let alone not read the trilogy. Fifty Shades is Twilight for
This list and it’s original title “50 Things I’ve Been Meaning To Say About Sex” originally appeared on www.MissMaggieMayhem.com on November 8, 2013. If you don’t know who Maggie Mayhem is, you should – in my opinion she is one of the
Originally published on 12/4/13 sabrinamorgan.tumblr.com By Alex Morgan We have a real problem with our sex educators and writers getting booted off of sites like Facebook and LinkedIn, and having their funds frozen by processors like PayPal, because of these
By Elle Chase This week, I found three year old article on www.MamaMia.com.au online regarding Australian Classification Board’s (think the the Australian version of the MPAA except it includes all video games, films and published materials) censorship of the natural state of a woman’s vulva in magazines.
By Cristy Lytal For the LA Times -July 27, 2013, 8:00 a.m. – email@example.com Not only does Antonia Crane know her way around a movie set, she also knows her way around a stripper pole. As someone with experience as
By Gram Ponante With apologies for resurrecting a decade-old reference that was the “50 Shades of…” of 1998, my friend Elle “Lady Cheeky” Chase delivers a poignant, practical, and positive interview on finding sexuality after 40 to Internet radio host