Jeff | January 31, 2009
I was getting worked up. “MySpace is nothing, it’s vanilla ice cream. There are social networking sites out there that you’ve never heard about, where people post pictures and videos of themselves having sex, describe what they want you to do with their spouse, advertise their swinger parties. There’s a whole world of sexual networking out there that no one knows about because the prissy media lumps it all in with porn … yet there are millions of people into it. It’s like the sexual revolution of the ’60s and ’70s got … defibrulated … shocked back into life, by the Internet, in the 2000s.”
Jeff | January 30, 2009
I’m told that it will be widely assumed by her loyal readers that I am paying her in something called “cumdollars,” though I can’t find the reference on her blog. Help me out, boys and girls? Anyway — I told her she could have anything she wanted.
Famous last words …
Jeff | January 27, 2009
Virginity Auction Scam: You really think “Natalie Dylan” is auctioning off her virginity … when you can make an appointment with her in a brothel RIGHT NOW?! I did …
Jeff | January 24, 2009
Thank you Regina Lynn, for pointing me toward Franklin Veaux’s Map of the Lands of Human Sexuality,which serves to remind me of just how many sexual places I probably will never go. There are fetishes I had never heard of. (“Wartenberg Wheels”?) There are fetishes I didn’t know were fetishes (Human Furniture?) And, of course, there are all the fetishes that I’m simply not into. Fortunately, the SMC and I match up pretty well.
Jeff | January 23, 2009
Under the … less turgid … headline (than mine) of What Do Women Want?, The New York Times Sunday Magazine this week allows contributing writer and author Daniel Bergner to delve into the current state of scientific research into what turns women on, sexually. “What do women want?” seems like a larger and even more unanswerable question, bringing, as it does, shoes and chocolate into the range of choices, rather than keeping more strictly to perhaps baser instincts and desires.
Jeff | January 21, 2009
The Bush administration had flogged this particular dead horse for years (my apologies for that graphic cliche, but the Bushies always seemed more at home with gratuitous violence than they did with sex.) My only regret is that now we’ll never know if an Obama Justice Department would have pulled away from supporting COPA …