NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday Is Wearing Lacy Lingerie

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Welcome to NSFW Sunday!

+ At the Toast, Jade Sylvan writes about being part of a queer poly triad buying a bed off Craigslist:

“It’s 9PM on a Tuesday and I’m in a U-Haul cargo van with my two female-bodied romantic partners riding fifty minutes outside of Boston to look at the king-sized bed Victoria found on Craigslist that will hopefully, as Finn puts it, “withstand the force of our lovemaking.” We’ve already exhausted every possible joke involving lesbians and U-Hauls (which are especially amusing because none of us identifies as a lesbian, and two of us don’t even always identify as women), and are now trying to remember the words to “Love Lifts Us Up Where We Belong” for an impassioned impromptu singalong after we swiftly deem the Soft Rock station not schmalzy enough for our current mood/s.”

Sheena Koshil via andro-genes

Sheena Koshil via andro-genes

+ Relatedly, if you want to play a video game about being a queer poly triad and figuring out your sleeping arrangements, Anna Anthropy has the game for you.

+ At Oh Joy Sex Toy, Erika Moen talks about bringing someone home to meet your parents.

+ Nerve interviewed a government STD notifier about what it’s like to be a government STD notifier.

+ There is no reason to get anyone a religious sex toy.

+ It only took 24 hours for someone to make a Chrome extension that bypasses all the filters on UK porn.

+ People are more likely to disclose positive secrets after sex if they orgasm:

“Pillow talk, referred to in the science community as the post-coital time interval, is most likely impacted by the hormonal changes that happen during sex and orgasm, provoking us to communicate more openly with our partners. Whether those communications are an, “I love you,” blurted out weeks too soon or a “I’m seeing someone else,” inopportunely confessed, they are, as a baseline, our most confessional.

The culprit for our word vomit is oxytocin, the feel-good love hormone, which floods our bodies as a result of orgasm post-sex.”

+ It’s getting harder to find monster porn on Amazon:

“In fact, the whole genre of monster porn, formally called Cryptozoological porn, is wildly successful on these e-publishing sites. That includes erotic fiction featuring minotaurs, mermen, aliens, cyclops, demons, and just about any kind of devilish creature known to the imagination. The books made the authors thousands per month, with low months rounding out to about $4,000. That is, until news leaked that these self-publishers, like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and WHSmith, were allowing all manner of content in their works at large.”

+ Meanwhile, Edith Zimmerman salutes the women responsible for bringing dinosaur erotica to all of us:

“All right, I’m going to go read Taken By the Pterodactyl now. Wait oh my god they have AUDIBLE versions!? Hahahahah oh my god these books. Bless LITERATURE! [time passes] Okay I just read Taken by the Pterodactyl, and it is amazing. It’s about a young woman named Dianne, although sometimes it’s “Diana,” who lives in a colony somewhere away from earth, and she has to protect her family’s field of sheep from the pterodactyls that fly past every afternoon. Until one day, etc. My favorite line: “Sure, she loved her parents, and she had a good life at home, but what the pterodactyl had made her feel was unlike anything she’d ever felt before.” Mmm hmm. Yup. Yes. Put that on my tombstone. Please.”

+ In an interview with Truth Out, sex educator Betty Dodson discusses sex, feminism, power and more:

“MGG: And what was the work you were doing at that time, before you were writing? When you found the women’s movement, your work was already in galleries.

BD: I did large drawings of couples having sex! Men and woman enjoying intercourse and oral sex in a Madison Avenue Gallery? That was the first time I broke a barrier that made me think, some idiot is going to blow my brains out for sure. I’ll never forget when I got that vibe loud and clear again years later, lecturing at Syracuse University. I’m projecting 6-foot images of women’s genitals on a screen from slides I produced for the National Organization for Women, talking about different styles of vulvas; how we’re all beautiful and all different. Meanwhile, in the back of room, there’s whispering, and hissing, and then agitation, and I thought, “Oh oh, here it comes.””


 

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    This post inspired me to go and see if a monster porn book a friend did many illustrations for is still available on Amazon. IT IS! But you have to click around a bit to find the sellers.

    Monster porn. Monster porn forever.

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