Book Brevity: Book Reviews in 300 Words or Less Ernest Greene’s “Master of O” – I read a lot of erotica. A lot. I’m a bit of a snob when it comes to the crafting of a delicious sexy
What would be your reaction if you watched a mainstream movie with friends or family that contained a scene like this? Ostentatious delight or embarrassed chuckles? Come to think of it, how many people know of your most cherished fantasies?
BY ANTONIA CRANE Orginally appeared on TheRumpus.net on 4/5/13 Tweet sex sites are a many splendored thing, opening doors to fluid identities that are both sexy and risk-free while erecting an emotional firewall to avoid real, personal rejection. My hackles go up whenever I
I shook my head recently when I read about New York Observer film critic, Rex Reed’s personal insult toward actress Melissa McCarthy. In a review of her latest offering, Identity Thief he called her “tractor-sized” and as big as a
I posted this picture recently on my blog, Lady Cheeky (see below) . Underneath the photo I typed the word “Gorgeous.” When I blog my photos, I do it rather quickly as I only blog the images I, personally think are sexy.
Originally published on EvolvedWorld.com – January 14 2013 Ahhh January – the crisp, bracing air, the relief that the holidays are behind us and the optimistic promise of a whole new year ahead. Each January my friends, colleagues and nosy grocery store
Originally published on www.CyndiDarnell.com on 5/30/12 In fragile times, it’s often our most intimate and close relationships that suffer. Intimacy is the glue, the enhancer that gives us the drive to connect, and in many situations, also the factor that can
Originally published by The New York Times (www.nytimes.com) on 11/11/12 Does Pornography Deserve it’s Bad Rap?: Watching pornography is not inherently harmful to men or women. But I would offer some caveats. There are people who probably shouldn’t view porn,
Nicole Daedone is a sought-after speaker, author, and educator focusing on the intersection between orgasm, intimacy, and life. She is the founder of OneTaste, a cutting-edge company bringing a new definition of orgasm to women. The practice at the heart
“Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater… Maybe Not” By Jay Kent-Ferraro, Ph.D. via Psychology Today How can I ever trust them again? If they cheated once won’t they do it again? “Once a cheater, always a cheater” is an understandable response