Monday, February 27, 2012

Win A Copy Of Finger's Breadth!


Great news, folks!  If you want to win an autographed copy of Finger's Breadth here's your chance - compliments of the wonderful Marlena's Teaching Fund Bid for Compassion for Nonviolent Communication Classes for People with Chronic Illness & Disability.  


M. Christian, an acknowledged master of erotica, editor of 25 anthologies and author of multiple novels and short story collections is donating a personally autographed copy of his latest novel, Finger's Breadth
An erotic thriller, this dark emotional thriller that reviewers say "will take the reader on a scary but enlightening ride through the twisted labyrinth of the human psyche" and will "get under your skin and send chills to your bones in both a terrifying and arousing kind of way."
M. Christian will sign it personally for the winner. (ebook is available if preferred.)
This item comes from a smoke-free environment. 
Retail Value: $15.99. Minimum starting bid: $10.  
There are NO geographical restrictions on this item; we will accept bids from anywhere in the world!
Look at your hand: four fingers and a thumb, right? But what if you woke one morning and rather than four fingers and a thumb you are ... short? How would you feel? What would you do? What would you become? 
The city is terrified: a mysterious figure is haunting the streets of near-future San Francisco, drugging and amputating the fingertips of queer men. But what's worse … this terror or that it can, so easily, turn any of us into something even more horrific? 
Erotic. Nightmarish. Fascinating. Disturbing. Intriguing. Haunting. You have never read a book like Finger's Breadth. You will never look your fingers -- or the people all around you -- the same way again. 

Goddess

Tit-For-Baptism of the Day



Tit-For-Baptism of the Day: Causing a stir online today is a new website that invites users to posthumously convert Mormons to homosexuality.

The single-serving site is a rather candid knock at the common Mormon practice known as “vicarious baptism” or “proxy baptism,” which involves the baptizing of a living person on behalf of someone who has passed on.

LDS Church members have received significant criticism in the past for attempting to baptize deceased individuals who belonged to a different faith in life. Of particular contention are conversion ceremonies conducted on behalf of Holocaust victims.

Earlier this month the church was forced to apologize to the family of noted Holocaust survivor Simon Wiesenthal, whose parents, it was revealed, had been baptized by proxy in January. Yesterday, a similar story involving iconic Holocaust victim Anne Frank appeared in the media

The Church has since released a statement vowing to discipline “individual abusers” of the the controversial practice.

Curves

via Everyone Faps

Whoppers!

They’re real and they’re spectacular!

via Heart-Shaped Apple

Very Nice

Hmm, but what's that hanging there?

via CD Natalie

Monday, February 20, 2012

Hey...

Hey, what are these guys doing in my car?

via CD Natalie

A Delicious Treat

Looks like some tasty chocolate but what's that hanging there? Hmmm...

via Needs Both

Ouch!

A hell of a smack

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China’s Sex Toy Industry Booms




A Chinese plastic toy manufacturing company has seen unprecedented growth in the past one year, thanks to the booming sex toy industry of the country.

The Ningbo Yamei plastic toy factory, on the outskirts of Fenghua, Zhejiang province, started producing sex dolls three years ago and now owns a total of 13 types of dolls, according to the company.

The average price of a sex doll is $16 and the company sold more than 50,000 adult sex dolls in 2011. The company said that about 15 percent of the total dolls sold were exported to Japan, Korea and Turkey, Reuters reports.

China is the world’s biggest producer of sex toys, accounting for the manufacture of 70 percent of all sex toys. The country’s sex toy industry is estimated at $2 billion. The major export markets of China’s sex toys are South Africa, South Korea and Russia, while the U.S. accounts for only two percent of the market.

via IBTimes