December 16, 2011
Photographer Rion Sabean has photographed men in stereotypical pinup poses of the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s in her series called “Men-ups”. The result is a hilarious send-up of our nostalgia for the conventions of the genre. Check them out here.
October 21, 2011
Today, Friday October 21, 2011 is International Fisting Day. Why don’t you stay in and celebrate with your nearest and dearest? (Bring plenty of lube!) With thanks to Lenny Smith.
October 19, 2011
The self-described “Crush Freaks” get off on the idea of powerful feet, shoes or boots stepping on objects such as cigarettes, balloons, or teddy bears. These “victims” are often stand-ins for the fetishist himself, who desires to experience the intense sense of pressure and blissful annihilation by his fetish object. A minority of Crush Freaks […]
August 30, 2011
In the KINKS exhibition, I covered only a small section of the world of transformation fantasies – people who become aroused at imagining themselves turned into something or someone OTHER. Men pretending to be women, adults dressing up and playing as babies, humans turning into ponies or puppies all in the name of erotic play. […]
August 6, 2011
Imagine the yummy body-odor-like smell of the latex, the buildup of pressure on the thin walls of the balloon, the anxiety growing as you wonder… will it pop now? will I flinch at the noise? Am I ready? Balloon fans, or looners, enjoy watching a woman or man orally inflate (fellate?) a balloon to the […]
July 27, 2011
In honor of Ducky Doolittle’s appearance tonight at MOSEX I bring you her excellent short lecture about things found in people’s butts. Use butt toys, people, they’re made for your butt!
July 15, 2011
Any of you not already familiar with the Slash fanfic phenomenon? Fans of TV shows write their own pornographic stories based on the premise that two ostensibly hetero male characters in the series are frantically and secretly fucking each other’s brains out. The very first slash fiction was K/S “Kirk-Slash-Spock” written by almost exclusively female […]