It’s those cool ladies at the The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society celebrating a year of breast-baring and public nudity with a retrospective. Check out the link for more pix.
Thanks to fellow WordPress blogger sashayley for her inspirational words about oral sex, “Sucking off and eating out” in her Under Covers blog. Like most of us, her views on eating pussy and sucking cock have evolved over the years–and now she loves mouth-on-genitals sex.
On blow jobs: “I like watching his face, hearing his breath quicken, feeling his cock throb, and tasting his pre-cum.” And being eaten: “I’ll admit, I used to hate getting eaten out, back in the days when I was insecure about my vagina and all the weird smells and sounds it emits. Now, I could lie back and enjoy it for hours.”
Sashayley also provides a link to this incredible Nina Hartley video, “Nina Hartley teaches how to eat pussy.” Think you know everything about how to make a woman orgasm using your hands and mouth? Check out this 22-minute video and you might be pleasantly surprised. While the video ostensibly is about cunnilingus, famous porn star and sex educator Hartley spends most of the time demonstrating (on a most willing and beautiful subject) how use your hands and fingers to induce mind-blowing female orgasms. Watch this video, find a partner, and make this holiday season a little brighter!
Sex & Cupcakes by Rachel Kramer Bussel is a collection of essays by an erotica writer who talks to you like an adult. I write erotica, and, full disclosure, I’ve been an RKB fan for years (in addition to writing erotica, she has edited a huge number of erotic short story compilations), have used her professional editing services and attended one of her erotica writing workshops. She’s the gold standard.
Every essay is a joy to read, and cover the gamut from abortion rights (“I’m Pro-Choice and I Fuck”) to technology (“I Don’t Want or Need an App to Measure My Sex Life”). All are interesting. But the main things I got from this collection are positive reinforcements: Writing about sex is as legit as writing about any other human activity, it’s important, it can (and should) be done well, and there’s no shame in it. That alone is worth the (modest–a buck!) price of admission.
The writing itself is outstanding and often brutally honest. Good grief, the first essay is “I Have Trouble with Orgasms.” (Hang in there, RKB, a woman’s life begins at 40). RKB is not a poseur, a sex goddess or a phony. She’s someone you’ll enjoy hanging out with for a few hours as you read this collection.
This year, the cool ladies at the The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society had their annual Secret Santa book exchange at a spa in Manhattan.
Gotta move to New York.