Lesbians: Not Bad!

Sorry, no hardcore sex again...I had a bunch of links made, but my spyware-cleaner accidentally deleted them. Anyways, here's a classy discussion over on MSNBC's "Scarborough Country" (with some emphasis of mine):

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Anime getting more into the mainstream! This may be a bit of a problem in America, where we've been programmed that cartoons are for children. So, mature and hentai manga end up on the same shelves as Sailor Moon books, tentacle porn ends up in Christian thrift shops next to the Disneys, and kids accustomed to Japanese style assume everything's a kid's show. Without an easy distinction. I admit cartoony porn has appealed to me more than once, but it's definitely not something that should enter the mainstream willy-nilly. Nobody likes accidentally renting the wrong movie - I accidentally picked up Johnny 2.0 once while intending to rent Johnny Mnemonic (either action might be considered the mistake), so I can only imagine the horror of kids picking through Japanese-doe-eyed covers looking for something interesting. Oh, they'll find it, definitely...

He uses the service of prostitutes, he loves it, and he's happy to admit it. Yes, he comes off as mysoginistic -- The problem with normal sex is that it leads to kissing and pretty soon you've got to talk to them. Once you know someone well the last thing you want to do is screw them." -- "What I hate with women generally is the intimacy, the invasion of my innermost space, the slow strangulation of my art" - The problem is that the modern woman is a prostitute who doesn't deliver the goods. ". He ends his commentary with Yes, yes, I know. Prostitution is obscene, debasing and disgraceful. The point is, so am I. People interested in furthering the acceptance of prostitution need to disavow this guy -- he's not helping gain ground. He's everything prostitution advocates want to say is insignificant to their trade, and he's broadcasting it to the world.

The Dark Side!

My gal is going to write about BangBus over at sex-kitten, but just yesterday I read an article on the darker side of BangBus.

We all love 'the darker side of' things -- Washingtonienne, Bill O'Reilly and his dildoes, Schwarzenegger unappropriate behavior, but it doesn't always really matter; it's a newly created issue that seems more important than the real issue, because we're attracted to the sleazy, lewd, inappropriate world.

So, what we have in the article is the horrible story of a woman, pregnant and broke, who, with her ex responds to a classified ad looking for couples to make big money. This woman meets with the producers, signs agreements, and appears in the film. Afterwards, she ends up with no money, feeling lied to, and emotionally hurt by the process. BangBus is the bad guy for doing this to her!

The problem is, what we have here isn't a problem with pornography -- it's a problem with personal responsibility. Admittedly, it's hard to take a woman who is pregnant with without options and question her about her actions. She has an excuse (admittedly, the rather weak excuse of 'needing an abortion'), so we sympathize with her. We can't chastize her for overlooking what she was signing, not researching exactly what she'd be doing, not walking away when she got nervous, trusting her sleazy ex with the money, and believing she isn't responsible for her actions. Big, bad sleazy porn industry, who we all know rapes women regularly, did it again.

However, BangBus didn't act responsibly on their end, either. They're also responsible for making sure their talent is comfortable and understands what's going on. They're responsible for making sure everyone understands how they're going to be paid, they're responsible for being a human in all this, too.

Attention is drawn, however, to the literal fucking over she got. Lots of people get fucked over daily by businesses being heartless and being stupid of their own accord. Those don't get attention -- unless there's something sexy or naughty or sleazy about it.

Boy, I've been serious lately. Part of it may have to do with me trying to understand sex overall. I haven't had many sex partners, haven't experimented much, but now I'm tied tightly (literally and figuratively) with an ex-prostitute who runs pornographic/erotic websites. Yes, I've written erotica in the past, but it's been from my own perceptions, not anyone elses. What's all this mean?

For now, it means...


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And now I'm off to vacuum the living room - sexy, huh?

Period Porn!

I don't find this arousing, but the imagination behind it is what makes me curious.

"I wanna do period porn!"


"No, 'period', like 17th-18th century!"

"Ohhhhh....well, I wanted to do mature porn!"

"I already bought the sets!"

"I already hired the talent!"

"You got chocolate in my peanut butter!"


"I'm done talking to you..."

Anyways, that's how I think it went. So, Retromature.com has taken period-mature-porn to the next level...if there ever was one before. One nice thing is that the participants seem very second-string, and are quite normal and believable. However, in a lot of the pictures, the young guy looked kinda bored, or maybe a little confused. He's probably telling himself, "must fill up resume...must fill up resume..."

The costumes and sets are actually very nice, considing the standard of most porn. The premise for the site has to do with noble ladies giving themselves to their commoner servants -- a theme used in literature for centuries, not some creation simply to excuse the pornographic posing. In my opinion, it's a rather positive and belivable 'alternative' turn-on, unlike a lot of the 'slut' porn out there that treats the women like they're nothing special but a cute body. These ladies are mature, they've got riches and social standing, and they want a young hot guy to fuck.

Abstinence-only sex ed for teenagers gets talked about a lot, but I don't see much done about it. Who wants to sound like they're advocating teen sex, even if they are advocating teen sex? This article makes good (if not obvious) points about courses that say 'no sex until marriage.'

A point I never see made: We tell them sex is to be avoided, sex harms relationships and is detrimental to the students' emotional well-being. What do they expect to happen at marriage? Now the former-teen picks out a (hopefully) happy, loving partner...do the school-induced emotional hangups suddenly disappear? Does the newlywed suddenly understand the post-maritally-acceptable forms of birth control that were hidden during the teen years? Do they realize that the 'emotional harm' of sex is lifted and they can enjoy themselves? It's setting the kids up for 50 years of self-loathing in order to protect them from the same things everyone else has gone through since the beginning of time.

Enough with the serious stuff -- let's see naked ladies!


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And a few Non-Porn Soapy Pics!
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And, it's not exactly non-porn, but it's a resort ad: there's a brothel in Nevada that offers a bubble bath room!

LA Blue Girl Review!

Hooray! The ever-pleasant sex~kitten.net has included another thing I wrote. It's a review of the iconic hentai anime La Blue Girl.

The fact that I'm fucking the owner of Sex~Kitten has nothing to do with it ;)

I don't really have much else to say except to ambush you with stop-motion RealDoll cartoons. Considering the South Park guys are being punished for hot marionette-on-marionette action, there's some strange mojo going on over sex with human substitutes. Note that there's no real sex acts in these cartoons, the only rules broken are the ones about human decency. The realism of the RealDoll makes these seem more like necrophiliac fun than the impersonation of life.