Saturday, November 26, 2011

Lee Meredith

Israeli Women Strip

The women were supporting Aliaa Elmahdy, who sparked outrage when she posted a nude picture on her blog to protest the lack of freedom in Egypt

When an Egyptian activist posted a nude picture of herself online in protest at the lack of freedom of expression, it sparked outrage in her country.

Now, a group of women in Israel have also stripped off in a show of solidarity.

Inspired by 20-year-old Aliaa Elmahdy's bold move, the 40 Israelis posed naked for a 'copycat' shot - holding a banner to cover their modesty.

The sign read 'Homage to Aliaa El Mahdi. Sisters in Israel' with the slogan 'Love without Limits', written in Arabic and Hebrew.

via Daily Mail


Oh boy, oh boy....hehehe ;)

via Becoming Nathalie


I wouldn't mind giving her the once over...or a twice...or a be damned, send in for a closer inspection, immediately!

via Booty of the Day

Friday, November 25, 2011

Kris Kool by Philip Caza

Do I Have To?

From the series, The Perfect Housewife. 2008

via Alex Chousa

Taking Notes

Important testing time is coming up, she has to get ready...

via Virtual Panty Line

Lucky me and...

via The Sexual Gourmet

The cover art that made Crumb quit the New Yorker

R. Crumb has finally decided to release the cover art (above) for an issue on marriage equality that was rejected by "The New Yorker" a couple of years ago. According to Gawker (which, in NYC rhymes with "Yorker"), Crumb's editors were afraid to publish it for fear that it would offend the LGBTQ community (really?) but lacked the nerve to tell Crumb, who grew increasingly frustrated and irritated, and finally had a hissy fit and quit.

via Gloria Brame

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Dead Giveaway

Oops, should have known better, hehehe ;)

via Virtual Panty Line


Talk about a chastity belt, this will certainly be one for the books, or one for Frequently Felt

via Smart Ass Commentary

You Tell 'Em, Sister!

A young contemporary Japanese woman dressed as a geisha with maiko makeup and hairstyle, wearing a brightly-coloured kimono. She has the middle finger of her right hand emphatically flipped, and a thin, hilarious smirk on her face as she gives the camera a challenging look.

via That Queer Young Buck

Monday, November 21, 2011

Bruce Timm

Out Now: BodyWork - Gay Erotica

Wonderful!  I'm proud to announce a brand new collection of my gay smut, from the always-wonderful Renaissance EBooks/Sizzler Editions: BodyWork - Gay Erotica!

There is simply no one better at writing hotter-than-hot gay erotica than the Lambda Literary Award Finalist M.Christian, and with this -- his newest collection -- you'll see why!  From cowboys looking for some same-sex love on the range to jocks working out in unique ways this book is guaranteed to reach out and give your gay desire a good tug!  Check out this brand new book my an acknowledged master of genre and see why everyone says he's an wonderful erotic writer. 
M.Christian is a literary stylist of the highest caliber: smart,   funny, frightening, sexy -- there's nothing he can't write about ...  and brilliantly.- Tristan Taormino 
M.Christian is one sick fuck – the reason I still read erotica- Shar Rednour 
Reading these tales is like climbing on for a sexual magic carpet ride through different times and places, diverse bodies, and infinite possibilities.- Carol Queen 
Rarely is raunch paired with such style and wit, M.Christian’s stries offer the sizzle of stroke-book sex combined with the dark lyricism of the perverse.-  Lucy Taylor 
M.Christian’s fiction has a sexy logic all its own.  He’s inventive and he’s irreverent.  His language can seduce, surprise, and body-slam you.- Cecilia Tan

"You’re A Fag" BY Ralph Greco, Jr.

You’re A Fag

I’m sure you have noticed; we’re in the middle of a war of words.

Brett Ratner, who was going to produce the upcoming Academy Awards (starring Eddie Murphy as M.C.) remarked recently that "rehearsing is for fags” about the show and the entire world jumped on the guy. He resigned from the gig after people-well to be honest mostly straight people-caused such a ruckus, in that time-honored tradition of people who should be most offended by a word use-in this case homosexual men-never really caring as much as people who are not part of a group getting outraged!

Really, the next time we hear someone say gay, use fag, even, God forbid, use that all too derisive ‘n word’-because, hate to say it folks, the word niggardly is indeed a word, though it does include that avoid-it-like-Harry P.’s-friends-avoided-saying-Voldemort’s-name part in it-just take a breather, check your bad-ass self (shit, your ass is getting fat isn’t it?), see if first you are part of the minority that word might be describing and see if indeed you’re such a pussy that a word could offend you so much in light of the shit you really should be offended by.

In the face of all the world’s ills and how hard it is just getting along, finding a job or partner that empowers us, let alone that we like even a little, doesn’t whining about some passing remark or misplaced word seem just a little gay to you?

Jan Saudek


Gustave Courbet “The Origin of the World”, 1866

Chicks Rule

via Tease and Denial