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Coming In 2015: “The Interview” Porn Parody

Coming In 2015: "The Interview" Porn Parody

Nothing screams freedom of speech like a good ol’ American parody porn film. Hustler boss Larry Flynt announced that he’s producing a parody version of ‘The Interview’ as a response to the film being pulled from theaters amid threats by hackers linked to North Korea.

Sony’s move was criticized by President Barack Obama, as well as Hollywood A-listers like George Clooney and Sean Penn. But Hustler Video is not backing down. The parody, which is titled “This Ain’t The Interview XXX,” will be released first quarter of 2015. Read more on Huffington Post Weird News…

I Am Totally Disturbed By This Dirty “Fifty Shades Of Santa” Commercial

I Am Totally Disturbed By This Dirty "Fifty Shades Of Santa" Commercial
Keep Your Handcuffs Away From Me, Santa

In a new ad for Lion’s Den Adult Superstore, the sex toy company has created a parody of the “Fifty Shades Of Grey” movie to market their toys in a Christmas commercial called “Fifty Shades Of Santa.” To say that I’m not totally weirded out by it would be a lie. Pardon my pun, but Santa pulls a bunch of goodies out of his sack, including a cock ring, butt plug, handcuffs, a whip and other seXXXy gifts, all while maintaining this creepy grin on his face.  Check out the spot and tell me I’m not the only one who now sees Santa in a TOTALLY different light. I no longer want him stuffing my stocking this year. [Happy Place]

Obsessed: Artist Erin M. Riley Weaves Sexy Selfies

Weaving in general is my obsession and in addition to spending most of my free time at the loom, I also search Instagram for other weavers in hopes of finding inspiration and new techniques. There’s plenty of great work, but a lot of it is … the same. Lots of geometric, vaguely Southwestern patterns, or really organic, free-formed designs.  I count myself among those weavers doing similar work, by the way, but I’m getting closer to finding my own signature style and I’m super inspired by those who’ve carved out a unique niche for themselves.

No one exemplifies that more than Erin M. Riley, a Brooklyn-based weaver who transforms photographs, in particular the kind of “sexy” selfies that have become ever-present on the Internet, into intricate and and extremely beautiful woven textiles. “I am drawn to the images taken for private exchanges that become littered on the internet,” she has said of her work. “I am using my own images that I have sent to lovers as well as the objects that I have formed psychological attachments to, objects that have impacted people’s lives, displays of arrests, deaths, addictions.” The work is provocative, especially since it both defies (subject matter) and exemplifies (technique) the art form’s traditions. Click through for some of my favorite pieces by Erin M. Riley and check out her website for more. [Erin M. Riley]

8 Times Friends With Benefits Actually Works

8 Times Friends With Benefits Actually Works

“Friends with benefits” might be one of the most complicated relationships you could possibly get yourself into. This kind of relationship typically starts off really fun and convenient (a best friend who you can make out with? SCORE!) but almost always, someone ends up getting feelings which results in ruining the friendship all together. Buzz kill.

But FWB doesn’t always have to be a bad thing. In fact, it could actually work if you follow these 8 rules. Read more on College Candy…

Representation In Porn, Or A Lack Thereof, And Why It Matters

Have you ever wondered what racial representation looks like in porn versus the United States population? Well, I have.

I get tired of conventional porn sometimes, and I want to see porn with women especially, but people in general, who aren’t going “ooohnnnn ooohhhhhnnn ohhhhhnnn” like seals throughout the movie, or who aren’t skinny, or who aren’t young, or who aren’t white, or who aren’t conventional-looking, or who are engaging in sex acts that they really, really, really love of their own accord rather than being just sort of down to do because it’s their job. That’s why I love Beautiful Agony (just assume that none of the links in this post are safe for work) — it’s all orgasms, it’s all very understated, it’s a pure celebration of pleasure, and lots of different kinds of people are represented. It’s also why I love the Art-Porn Tumblr: there’s at least some diversity, there’s a lot of kink — real kink — and many of the photographers and directors portray sex in a way that doesn’t feel so … I don’t know. Gratuitous. There’s nothing wrong with gratuitous, conventional porn, of course, I just get tired of it. It’s made for a male audience, and I’m not male. I want to see something different. Keep reading »

The Soapbox: Let’s Get Real When Discussing Complicated Sexual Experiences

The Soapbox: We Can't Limit Our Vocabulary When Discussing Complicated Sexual Experiences

There’s been a lot of talk lately in the media about sexual violence. Late last month, former CBC Broadcaster Jian Ghomeshi was fired amid allegations of sexual assault. A few weeks ago, Shia LaBeouf came forward with claims that he was raped during an art exhibition. And by now everyone’s heard of the sex abuse allegations first brought against Bill Cosby decades ago, which seem to just keep coming.

Then a little over a week ago, Rolling Stone released an editor’s note that undermined their own investigative account of a brutal gang rape that allegedly took place at a fraternity house at the University of Virginia. It was a move that The Frisky’s Beejoli Shah astutely noted as “just another example of shifting the focus away from the real issue at hand: how we talk about rape, and how hard it is for survivors to come forward.”

As a former sex worker turned sex writer I think it’s good that people are talking about sexual health. It’s unfortunate, however, that we don’t know how to talk about complicated sexual experiences without focusing on two words: consent, and rape. In certain circumstances, I wonder if these aren’t the wrong words. Certainly, they shouldn’t be the only ones. Keep reading »

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