or “How I Became a German Baroness” Way back in September of last year, Fun Factory asked if they could send me one of their new vibes to review and I happily agreed. When it arrived it wasn’t in a box
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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 Lady Cheeky Originally published on Kinkly.com on December 5, 2013 When I was little, growing up in a Jewish household, I used to write to Santa every year with a list of all the toys I wanted.
What do cupcakes, Hello Kitty and sex have in common? The answer is best- selling erotica writer, editor and anthologist Rachel Kramer Bussel. Aside from being a talented and accomplished erotica writer in her own right, one is immediately attracted
Hey Kids! I’m thrilled to report that my true erotic story, “The Massage” is in the latest, greatest (and RKB fave) erotic anthology from Rachel Kramer Bussel, THE BIG BOOK OF ORGASM. There are 69 (duh) fantastic short stories
The Pleasure Chest wants you to know that SEX IS BACK. Last March at CatalystCon East, The Pleasure Chest was set up in conference room with a digital camera, lights and a directive: to ask people about their sex lives
I have searched the planet for the smuttiest smarties in the sex world, to share their favorite toys and lube/s so you can make better choices. Not only are these luminaries experts, but they are entertaining, fun and know what
By Lady Cheeky – Originally published on this site 9/27/2011 Dating in Los Angeles. I’m starting to realize it is the rare man who is actually a “gentleman.” Yes, I consider myself a feminist and a strong woman. But, I
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.