Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Pow, Right in the Kisser!

via I Killed Jack Johnson

A Real Looker

via We Hear It

How Much Is A 110-Year-Old Condom Worth?

What many assume is that the history of the condom is a rather short one. But quite the opposite is true and the history of condoms is a rich and long one. For example condoms - of sort - have already been used in ancient Egypt. Now, two days ago there was an auction at Austrian Dorotheum for this 110-year old condom set made from fish bladder.

These condoms at that time were meant to be reusable to an estimated amount of ten times. Now there were five 110-year-old condoms left and up for auction in Vienna along with the original cardboard box with the maker’s label. The box's size was a 26 x 6 cm. The price estimate for the item: 300 to 500 Euros.

A long story short: the fish bladder condoms with its case sold for a whopping 2000 Euros on the 09.11.2010, which is two days ago today.

What really makes this piece of condom and its tin remarkable is the state it's in. It almost looks as if it was just produced for use.

via Condomunity

Monday, November 29, 2010

You Get What You Pay For

Those Are The Second Largest Legs I've Ever Seen ...

Call Me

Lisa Fonsagrives

via Twisted Vintage
via Wiki

Internet Joystick

In one of the more unusual cases to make its way to the judicial branch of government, a federal court in Nevada will soon hear legal arguments over the patent rights of a digital masturbation device intended for use with Internet porn. New Frontier Technologies is suing Internet Services LLC claiming the latter’s “RealTouch” tool infringes on the former’s patent, officially known as “Method and Device for Interactive Virtual Control of Sexual Aids Using Digital Computer Networks.” Giving new meaning to the term “joystick,” the device connects the male user with virtual sex partners on the Internet.

via AllGov

More philosoply

via Monologues

Sunday, November 28, 2010


Moebius Erotica

A bit of sexy fun by the legendary science fiction illustrator Moebius

Doll In The Window

via Twisted Vintage

20 Weirdest Things Guys Have Said To Us In Bed

Sexy times get personal, sometimes a little too personal, especially if you ask Frisky staffers: “What is the weirdest thing you’ve ever heard in bed?” So sit back, relax, and imagine what it would be like if someone whispered one of these not-so-sweet nothings in your ear.

  1. “‘I love you.’ (It was a one-night stand.)”
  2. “I want to lick your armpit.”
  3. “There was one guy who could not get off without stringing together a bunch of foul words that made no sense as a sentence. For example: ‘F**k whore a**hole bitch f**k c**t p***y s**t!’ So ridiculous.”
  4. “One guy begged me to slap his erect penis.”
  5. “You’re the first biological woman I’ve had sex with in a long time ...”
  6. “My last girlfriend had a bangin’ body.”
  7. “Your ass tastes like butterscotch.”
  8. “I’m sorry, I don’t always cry like this.”
  9. “‘Can I cut you?’ My response, ‘AAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!’”
  10. “Can I stick it in now?”
  11. “‘I just want to make you come, Jeanine.’ (Not my name.)”
  12. “Did you see ‘Two girls, one cup’?”
  13. “Call me daddy.”
  14. “You’re like a man in bed.”
  15. “I wanna shave you first.”
  16. “You’re not pulling my balls hard enough.”
  17. “Don’t worry, my mom has heard me have sex before.”
  18. “If we go back to my place, my roommate will totally join in.”
  19. “I met him on an online dating site. We had only emailed back and forth, but he kept saying, ‘I’m a stranger. You don’t know me, I’m a stranger, you don’t know me. I’m a stranger you don’t know me,’ over and over again.”
  20. “‘Could you wash this?’ (Handing me a used butt plug.)”
via Frisky

Ah, Love Those Ukrainian Girls...

Gorgeous And Angry: Protest Topless Says 300 Women From Ukraine

They are young, intelligent women angry about the levels of domestic violence and corruption what's more they are annoyed when the Russian Prime Minister, Vladimir Putin pranced into town last month.

Now 300 young women are demanding attention from the government by protesting almost naked, and it's creating the storm they predicted.

"If sexuality is used to sell cars and cookies, why not use it for social and political projects," said 26 year old Anna Hutsul told the Moscow Times.

She is one of the up and coming leaders of the group who have for years cried foul over issues that affect women, including sentence to death by stoning of 43 year old Iranian, Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani.

It was at a pajama party 2 years ago that the movement began in student dormitories where the most basic items where denied, including enough running water. In protest the bikini clad women drove to a local fountain in protest.

It wasn't long before the young, stunning women realized the power, attention and influence that could be gaining from being proud and in control and to show off your body.

From humble beginnings the women moved on to protest against the treatment of prostitutes and discrimination but soon turned into a broad ranging political movement where the women have set the policy agenda fighting for a strong representative democracy and freedom of speech.

Their actions are not without danger, with the police often arresting the women over public nudity which is outlawed in the Ukraine.

Gaining attention not only at home in Ukraine, but around the world Hutsul has just announced that she intends to create a new political party and run in the next election for parliament.

via Culture Clash

Saturday, November 27, 2010

"Goodbye, Jim Kirk. I will learn. And watch the lights in the sky. And remember."

For all you Trekkers out there, here's a shot of Angelique Pettyjohn, who played Shahna on the classic Star Trek episode "The Gamesters of Triskelion," out of her memorable costume.

Christianity? I Thought You Said To Teach Them Choreography!

It's So Cute When Two ... Well, It's Still Cute

It's Fine To Have One ...

Nice Statuette

via Statuette

German couple's 'squeaky bedsprings sex' lands them in court

Amorous couple's noisy bed landed them in hot water

Police received ten complaints after the pair made a little too much noise during a night of passion in Lichtenburg in July this year.

The couple faced the charge of noise pollution but refused to pay the £86 penalty.

During the court hearing Mueller said: ‘we weren’t that loud.’

To which the judge responded: ‘Perhaps not you, but your bed. We have witness statements that it was heard banging and squeaking around the neighbourhood from 11.30pm until 1.00am the next morning.’

The other half of the noisy couple, Mr Zetsch, reportedly said ‘It was totally normal sex, nothing exciting’, earning him a stern look from his partner, who then walked out.

The case has now been thrown out after the complainants failed to turn up for the hearing.

via Metro

Friday, November 26, 2010

Terazaki Kogyo

Antique Japanese color woodblock Terazaki Kogyo (1866-1919). Date: c.1899.
A couple wearing the latest fashion enjoying themselves standing in shallow water.

Working Hard

NYC Sexiest Female Holiday Model Contest!

We are Looking for

NYC's Sexiest Female Holiday Model

Think it's you or Want to see who we find?

We will award a $300 Cash Prize, Free Bottle of Champagne + Free Photo Shoot on Saturday December 4th, to the Winner. Doors Open 9pm

All submissions for the live contest must must be made via email to NYCWardrobe@Gmail.com no later than Thursday 12/2 10pm with the finalists being notified & competing Live @ Carnival Saturday Night 12/4 at 9pm to walk the runway and compete for the Cash Prize, Champagne Bottle and Photo Shoot.

Submissions must include at least 4 pictures clearly showing entrants sexiness and physical attributes. (Try to keep it clean).

Finalist will be notified via email that they will be appearing at the live event and the winner will be chosen by 2 judges and crowd response so make sure you come to cheer on your favorites!

Finalist will be posted on the event page as well.

You must mention the Sexy Holiday Contest at the Door in order to get in for free and enter before Midnight.

via Sexiest Female

Sexy PETA Pilgrims Want You to Eat a Tofurky

PETA girls want to spread the vegan love with Tofurky

You can usually find a few protestors on the streets of Washington, D.C., but it's not every day that you'll see scandalous Pilgrim girls handing out Tofurky.

Oh, PETA, what will you think of next...

If you're curious about what exactly a Tofurky roast is, it's a faux turkey made from wheat protein and organic tofu. Inside the "turkey" you'll find a stuffing of mushrooms, herbs and wild rice.
Still, doesn't sound sexy to me....Look, but don't touch, eh?

via UPI

Dog Leash?

via Twisted Vintage

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Kit O'Connell's Forward To The New Edition of The Bachelor Machine

And the push continues!  Here's something that really makes me blush: my great pal Kit O'Connell's forward to the brand new Circlet Press edition of my science fiction erotica collection, The Bachelor Machine.  Kit also wrote a very flattering review of the first edition for SF Review Site,

M. Christian is a writer who doesn’t let the reader off easy. I don’t mean that his books aren’t easy to read (he has a fine way with words and a unique, recognizable voice). The thing about his stories is that even at their filthiest, they also make you think.

As a reader, there often seem to be two ways to read erotic science fiction (as a writer, I doubt it's so cut-and-dried, but bear with me). Either the fantasy is so completely the focus of the story that the setting is constructed to suit it, or the author presents us with a fully-realized setting and then allows us to peek in on sexy activity happening there. Neither approach is inherently superior, but M. Christian's work is firmly in the latter category.

Take "Everything But the Smell of Lilies," one of his finest and most twisted moments. Our heroine is Justine Moor, a sex worker heavily modified by high-tech medical science so that her johns can kill her, have sex with her corpse, and then pay her when she starts breathing again. In the hands of another writer, our protagonist would be enough - an excuse to spin an edgy tale of erotic death where the victim is smiling at the end. While Justine may wear a satisfied smile at the end of this story, the readers' thoughts are likely to be far more complex because the author shows us not a typical transaction, but the moment when the script goes wrong.

This awareness of the fallibility inherent in life and technology is an undercurrent throughout his work. From the titular "Bachelor Machine" to the incompatible wiring of "Technophile," one almost gets the impression that there is more story to be found, and perhaps more eroticism as well, in moments of failure than in moments of perfection. Then again, doesn't every good pervert have a fond, albeit sometimes wry memory of the time the rope broke or the batteries ran out? I know I do.

Whether delightfully pushing the definitions of gender beyond all meaning (such as in "Fully Accessorized, Baby") or exploring the boundaries of consent (as in "Hackwork," another favorite), M. Christian is tweaking his readers' minds as well as their hormones.The implications of "Guernica" disturb me, and after several reads I still don't know if I agree and that probably means I should read it again.

In the years since I first read The Bachelor Machine, I've shared these thought-provoking tales with many friends. The stories have never failed to provoke both reaction and discussion. Long after arousal is gone, there are stories here that haunt me. I'm glad that now you can share that too.

- Kit O'Connell

They Always Travel In Pairs!

On a Diet

via Daisy Lola Love


Yummm, I love cantaloupe

via Naughty Stash

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Judge Not, Lest Ye Not Be Judged

Cecilia Tan's Intro To The Bachelor Machine

And the publicity push for the new, Circlet Press, edition of The Bachelor Machine continues!  Here's an  extra-special, extra-grand, extra-fabulous treat: the one-and-only Cecilia Tan's intro to the original edition of my science fiction erotica collection ... and which, naturally, is also in the new edition as well.
I’m going to tell you a secret. There are only two people in the world I envy. One is the late Roger Zelazny, whose talent for an almost jazz improvisational way of writing I could never match.The other is M. Christian, for writing exactly what I’d write if only I could get off my ass. Which is to say, raunchy hallucinatory sexfuture dreams that never fail to arouse me and kick me in the gut at the same time. Good stuff. 
I’ve always said that if there was someone out there who would write exactly what it was I wanted to read, I wouldn’t have to do it myself. Honestly, when I discovered M. Christian, I had that half-formed thought: gee, maybe I can quit... (of course, I didn’t). 
It was the summer of 1994, if I remember correctly. I had founded Circlet Press three years before, to fill a void in the literary world. At the time, there was nowhere to publish erotic science fiction, or futuristic erotica, or whatever label you want to put on the wild, genre-bending stuff I and Lauren and others were writing. So I became a publisher, starting with chapbooks and slim little volumes of under one hundred pages. As news of the press spread to other speculative sex writers, manuscripts had begun to pour in for our anthologies. I decided I needed help getting through the growing slush pile and cajoled Lauren and some of my other authors to sit in my one-bedroom apartment one afternoon and read, read, read. We ordered Chinese take- out and delved into the manuscripts, pausing from time to time to eat a crab rangoon or read a “clunker” aloud.There were a lot of clunkers that day, and we were a pretty raucous group. 
Then everything got quiet. I looked up from the story I was reading, and two of my readers were looking at each other. They then traded manuscripts: “Here, now you read this one, I want that one!” They’d found not one, but two, really good somethings. Lauren then brought the manuscript in her hand to me and strongly suggested I read it that instant, not later. “Just read the first sentence.” 
I saw the words “I almost lost my virginity at fifteen, but his batteries ran low” and was hooked. 
The manuscript was “Technophile” by M. Christian. Lauren had written on the comment form she handed me with it: YES YES YES. I agreed. It wasn’t just the best story we’d read all day, it was one of the best stories we’d read in the genre, ever. 
The other story we received that day was “State,” a story I liked so much, I’ve published it twice. These two began a slew of stories Circlet published from Chris. At slush-readings in the future, people would go HUNTING for his name on envelopes, hoping to be the first to read something new. I’d like to say I had to break up a fistfight when “Fully Accessorized, Baby” was discovered, but that would be the fiction writer in me trying to sensationalize. (We just took turns.) 
When the story “Heartbreaker” came in, my then assistant Susan Groppi read it without knowing who it was from. “A very very very good story,” she wrote in her comment form. “I often find I can’t describe what it is I like, just that it’s good.” Her editorial instincts were right on when a story just kicks ass, your initial reaction isn’t a critical one, it’s simply “woo hoo!” 
One of the reasons I bought so many stories from Chris over the years is not only that the stories are consistently great, but that he has been able to write for any sexuality, from any point of view, man, woman, alien, third gender, robot, robot-wannabe... and of course sexualities and identities yet to be invented. For me, the whole purpose of combining two often formula-bound genres, erotica and science fiction, was to break out of the expected molds, to create something exciting, arousing, and provocative in all senses of the word. Chris has done that better than most who have tried their hand at it. He has a gift. And through that ability to see the world as it is not, to envision things wholly beyond our real boundaries of gender, technology, and identity, he is able to create characters that grab me. Characters I believe in. I empathize with Kusa, the rebuilt cybernetic woman-cop in “Heartbreaker.” I want to fuck Fields “the perfect love doll” in “State” and see if I can crack her facade. 
Even better, Chris is one of the few writers who has been able to sell me stories where everything is not happy and rosy. I’ve always insisted on a sex-positive outlook for Circlet Press no rape, no dismemberment, no homophobia, you get the idea but the result is a lot of happy stories, where sexy people have good sex and both they and the reader enjoy it. The problem here, from a literary standpoint, is that without conflict, there’s not much of a story. Chris is one of the best at creating the kind of conflict that works best in an erotic story: inner conflict. The kind of conflict that many a writer has shied away from because it is the most difficult kind to portray believably and intriguingly. The kind of conflict that in science fiction is all too often replaced by external action, a fight, a battle, an explosion.This is why an M. Christian story is not just some of the most excellent, cutting-edge erotica around, but also great science fiction. 
This is also why Chris’s stories quickly found homes outside of the specialized niche of Circlet Press. I started seeing his name in anthologies like Best American Erotica and The Mammoth Book of New Erotica. Since then, I find it hard to name an erotica market or anthology that he is NOT in.The secret is out I don’t think Chris’s manuscripts even go to anyone’s slush pile anymore. (These days they don’t even go to my office; I take them directly into the bedroom.) 
There’s one more person I envy, and that’s the reader who is picking up this book for the first time. Prepare yourself to discover the intense pleasure within.

    - Cecilia Tan

    Cecilia Tan is the founder of Circlet Press and author of many works of erotic fiction, including Edge Plays, Royal Treatment, Mind Games, Magic University, The Hot Streak, Black Feathers,White Flames, and Telepaths Don’t Need Safewords.

Tales Of The Leather Nun!


Max Klinger

Yves Klein

This Week in Germany

Amy Poehler: This week in Germany an 81-year old man was robbed when two young women asked him to join them in a nude photo shoot, and then fled when with the man’s wallet as he stripped. Afterward, the women felt badly and almost returned the wallet, but then Tina was like, “Screw it. Let’s go buy some shoes.”

via Suicide Blonde

I’m so jealous. I need a rooftop to screw on.

via Lust and Desires

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Having A Woody

Without Sex -

"Life without sex might be safer but it would be unbearably dull. It is the sex instinct which makes women seem beautiful, which they are once in a blue moon, and men seem wise and brave, which they never are at all. Throttle it, denaturalize it, take it away, and human existence would be reduced to the prosaic, laborious, boresome, imbecile level of life in an anthill."
- H.L. Mencken