NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday’s Porn Star Name is Lesliabosexy

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+ Have you ever wondered how porn stars come up with names?

“The porn industry, and porn names, have changed drastically since the 1970s. Annie Sprinkle recalls trends in the names of female porn stars through the ’80s, ’90s and 2000s. ‘The big trend was doing a takeoff on celebrity names like Angelina or Jennifer, but that came in the ’80s and ’90s. Many girls take on celebrity names, funny names, super-explicit names, elegant classy names, or girl-next-door like ‘Sunny Leone.’ But all of these names imply sexual fantasies.'”

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+ Fifty Shades of Grey is a new literary phenomenon, which is interesting, because it is BDSM erotica. It’s also being called “Mommy porn,” which is… unfortunate.

“The novel has been described with the term “Mommy porn,” a distressing new addition to the lexicon. But publishers say it has shocked and delighted readers who are not accustomed to such explicit erotica. On the plus side, Fifty Shades of Grey seems to be removing some of the taboo from openly discussing porn. […]

Fifty Shades of Grey has been called “Twilight for grown-ups,” in part because the male romantic lead is such a domineering tool. To be fair, he’s a BDSM top, but even outside of the bedroom, he’s also got that aggressive, controlling quality that makes Edward Cullen such a catch.”

The author, who uses the pen name E.L. James, was also recently outed by British tabloids.

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+ The Hairpin has a short guide to how to have sex with a partner who’s transitioned:

“The next time you start fooling around, don’t focus on orgasms so much as how it feels to be together. You already know you can get each other off with toys if you need to, but this isn’t about that — this is about getting past the awkwardness and back to that place where you can’t get enough of each other. So take your eyes off the finish line for a few minutes while you stop and smell the girl-on-girl action. What turns her on? What turns you on? What feels romantic and fun to you both? Don’t put a lot of pressure on yourselves to get it exactly right out of the gate, or indeed ever. Allow yourselves to relax, to giggle, to say “hold up, that feels weird, can you move your leg?” This doesn’t have to be a porno-perfect adventure in bedframe-smashing. It just needs to be fun, and comfortable, and honest.”

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+ Orgasms: ladies need to have more of them:

“In the age of the Internet, female sexuality is only permissible if it can be sold. Female homosexuality is cool as long as there is a chance for a threesome. Female masturbation is fine as long as the girl is hot, and there is a camera nearby. But without a male audience, it’s just plain bizarre.”

by photographer Doug Winsor

+ Culturally, high-libido women are not always defined positively. This is not a good thing:

“With regard to societal attitudes, the participants reported being aware of being perceived negatively, or simply presumed not to exist. It’s this invisibility, not the negativity, which annoys and interests me most, so I loved this quote from one participant:

I think the stereotypes that bother me are that women generally don’t like to have sex or don’t want it. Even on like, ‘Mad About You’ or some sitcom where they were talking about having sex, ‘See, I just make my grocery list in my head, while we’re having sex.’ And I thought, ‘That’s terrible.'”

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+ It’s fun to watch women masturbate, regardless of your orientation:

“Watching other women masturbate is, of course, a massive turn on for me because I am sexually attracted to women (as well as all genders). However, watching women wank has a value for my sexuality beyond arousal. When I worked for IFM I saw hundreds of women masturbate and it made me realise there are so many different ways it can be done and I’ve tried most of them. I experienced this again at the BodySex Workshop and I picked up new techniques from the women involved to try. I described previously using Betty’s vulvic massage and using Carlin’s advice not to use tension to chase the orgasm. Last night, I tried the other womens techniques and it was fucking. awesome. again.”

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+ Eroticon 2012, the UK’s first conference for sex writers, was last weekend:

“Zoe Margolis, the blogger behind Girl with a One Track Mind, was one of Saturday’s speakers. ‘It’s not about exposure, it’s about expression,’ she said. ‘Writing helps place your thoughts. You can’t ignore the technology available today and where we are in self-publishing. We are in a certain period of expression. People have seen that you can have a wonderful catharsis in getting your views and experiences out. Plus, there is a desire to read it. Women are embracing that. They are finding a platform that isn’t available in mainstream media.'”

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    I am amazed at how much material you guys put out (ha!) every week. A+, Autostraddle!

    Also I think this is how sex should (almost) always be: “don’t focus on orgasms so much as how it feels to be together. You already know you can get each other off with toys if you need to, but this isn’t about that — this is about getting past the awkwardness and back to that place where you can’t get enough of each other. So take your eyes off the finish line for a few minutes while you stop and smell the girl-on-girl action. What turns her on? What turns you on? What feels romantic and fun to you both? Don’t put a lot of pressure on yourselves to get it exactly right out of the gate, or indeed ever. Allow yourselves to relax, to giggle, to say “hold up, that feels weird, can you move your leg?” This doesn’t have to be a porno-perfect adventure in bedframe-smashing. It just needs to be fun, and comfortable, and honest.”

    This, so much.

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    All of the pictures are fantastic (as per usual), but I’m really in love with the third one. Also, fourth one, I want that bra. She’s hot and I love the tattoos, but I really just want that bra.

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    From the article about high-libido women: “…or if you want to [have] sex [with] a highly sexual woman and think you might seduce her by understanding her (hint – alternatively, just show her your abs!)…”

    First thought: “OF COURSE! THE ABS! Why hadn’t I thought of that?!”

    Second thought: “Oh. I think that comment was directed toward men. Why do men get all the good advice on attracting women? If women just had the same sort of straightforward handout advice about attracting women as do men, we could pretty much run the universe. In our pants.”

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