10 Genderf*cking Suicide Girls for NSFW Sexy Sunday

SUICIDE GIRLS: Way back in 2001 when Suicide Girls launched & subsequently popped up all over your alt-culture grill, it provided young budding queers with a plethora of alt-girl-on-girl imagery allegedly produced with a feminist agenda & an “alternative” beauty standard– the models sported tattoos, piercings & bisexuality-as-the-status quo and were notably sans plastic body parts and straight sex photo-sets. Of course it wasn’t really THAT alternative; most models were white (often VERY white, because goths wear a lot of sunscreen!) and skinny. Neither of those pointless and irritating exclusions seem to have changed much over the years, unfortunately.

The concept of a “sex positive community of women” who believe  “that creativity, personality and intelligence are not incompatible with sexy, compelling entertainment” and aim to “mix the smarts, enthusiasm and DIY attitude of the best music and alternative culture sites with an unapologetic, grassroots approach to sexuality” still got our attention. Just try mentioning the Suicide Girls and find 50-100% of lesbian/bisexual women know so much about it despite having never mentioned it before, ever. It’s like part of our lexicon, but underneath.

Suicide Girls out-performed other alt-porn startups Burning Angel and Supercult (read more about the business side of alt porn in Audacia Ray’s Naked on the Internet!); expanding their brand via merchandising, books (Suicide Girls, Beauty Redefined, etc.), Showtime specials, a radio show and a live girl burlesque tour. (Also apparently a bunch of SGs just starred in an episode of CSI New York). The site earns cred for its content (a là Playboy — read it for the articles!), which is most of the site. Like now there are interviews with Peter Jackson, Dita Von Teese, Robert Pattison, Matthew Broderick, Diablo Cody, Kristen Stewart and Kathy Griffin.

Buttttttt we have mixed feelings about the allegedly “women-owned” SG because around 2005 the site ran into a series of controversies, when “a group of angry ex-models” began “bashing the SuicideGirls alt-porn empire, saying its embrace of the tattoo and nipple-ring set hides a world of exploitation and male domination.”  But that whole thing was never really cleared up either way, as far as we can tell.

Therefore we have no choice but to show you ten of the hottest Suicide Girls anyhow. See COED magazine picked the 77 Hottest Suicide Girls which we think was maybe the 77 Femmest Suicide Girls. Which is all well and good and hot, but here’s some of the other kind (yes we realize we’re using a very lose definition of “genderqueer”):

Ten Hot Genderf*cking Suicide Girls

10. Charlie (New York, NY)

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9. Nanou (France)

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8. Malloreigh (British Columbia, Canada)

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7. Dwam (France)

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6. Myra (Germany)

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5. Uvita (Colombia)


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4. Coley (California)

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3. Paprika (South America)

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2. Ascii (Toronto, CA)

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1. Temper (Germany)

BOOBS: “We’re not saying editors only put boobs in their magazines because it’s good for business, but it does get attention. Fleshbot, for example, always notices. As does Kanye West (that’s right).” (@fleshbot)

CALL GIRL: Season Three of Secret Diary of a Call Girl premieres next week; this season Belle’s book has just been published and her editor will be pushing her to pursue crazy clients to make better stories for book number two. What’s super super super exciting is that a Belle on Belle interview will air this Monday at 10pm when actress Billie Piper will be meeting the real Belle De Jour (the author memoir the show was based on). (@showtime)

GALLERY: 48 Sexy Office Girls from an office where no-one actually wears clothes, like a porn set or something. (@coed)

FIRST TIMER: My First Time: “In college, I broke up with not one but two boyfriends by saying I was gay. (I believed it both times, interestingly; now I understand bisexuality.)” (@nerve.com)

TUMBLR: Tumblr has a new directory with an “erotica” category and Violet Blue likes it very much! (@tinynibbles)

EROTICA: “Bad Girl” from The Naughty Secretary: “Now I’m going to ask you this: have you been a bad girl, or a very bad girl?” And you know. Et cetera. (@talesofdebauchery)

SUGARBUTCH: The Lipstick Blow Jobwe kiss all the time, so the wanting-and-not-having is kind of fun, for a little while. (@sugarbutch)

LESBIAN SEX: Frequently asked questions about lesbian sex, like “what is tribadism?” and OUR FAVORITE QUESTION EVER “what do two women do in bed together?” I don’t even have to click on the answer ’cause I know it’s knitting. (@about.com)

PORN: Is pornography good for you? If you’re thinking “probs not” YOU ARE WRONG. Some recent studies say that it totally is:

“Hald and Malamuth found that respondents construed the viewing of hardcover pornography as beneficial to their sex lives, their attitudes towards sex, their perceptions and attitudes towards members of the opposite sex, toward life in general, and over all. The obtained beneficial effects were statistically significant for all but one measure across both sexes. Now here is the kicker: A positive correlation was obtained between the amount of hardcover pornography that was viewed and the impact of the benefits reaped. This positive correlation was found for both sexes. In other words, the more that one watched porn, the stronger the benefits (for both sexes)! There you have it.”

That information seems almost surprising at first; most of what we hear about the hardcore mainstream porn industry from scientific journals and traditional magazines is either blissfully raunchy plastic docu-soaps on premium cable or horror stories like True Life: I’m Addicted to Porn. But in another way; it makes perfect sense: although conservatives hark that the pornification of society is ruining civilization (and we don’t want to diminish the severity a lot of porn w/r/t the degradation of women), porn is also a helpful antidote for a sterile, sexless, repressed existence where especially for women, sexuality is still often treated as shameful. From outdated gender roles to the shaming of female (and especially lesbian) sexuality, sometimes the over-the-top raunch of hardcore porn can make people feel comfortable about being, at base, a sexual creature — at wanting sex… at needing it. So what are you waiting for go watch some porn & have sex. (@Psychology Today)

Riese is the 37-year-old CEO, CFO and Editor-in-Chief of Autostraddle.com as well as an award-winning writer, blogger, fictionist, copywriter, video-maker, low-key Jewish power lesbian and aspiring cyber-performance artist who grew up in Michigan, lost her mind in New York and then headed West. Her work has appeared in nine books including "The Bigger the Better The Tighter The Sweater: 21 Funny Women on Beauty, Body Image & Other Hazards Of Being Female," magazines including Marie Claire and Curve, and all over the web including Nylon, Queerty, Nerve, Bitch, Emily Books and Jezebel. She had a very popular personal blog once upon a time, and then she recapped The L Word, and then she had the idea to make this place, and now here we all are! In 2016, she was nominated for a GLAAD Award for Outstanding Digital Journalism. Follow her on twitter and instagram.

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35 Comments

  1. I’m so late to the party I’m early! There are topless girls everywhere!
    I can’t stop using exclamation marks!!

    It’s gonna take me 2 days just to read all this (not including the amount of porn I’ll have to start watching now. God bless the psychologists.)

    Thank-you! ;D

  2. omg, I’m french and I’m surprised to see Nanou as one of the suicide girls! I’ve known her through her blog that she had so many years ago. It’s a nice surprise to see her here!

    • I actually think she’s not a Suicide Girl yet, just a ‘hopeful’? But I feel like she should be by now because I see more of her out there in the flickr/tumblr universe than anyone else. But of course, I go to a lot of gay websites.

    • yeah i know right. i like milloux. to their credit they do say in the FAQ, “We do not discriminate based on weight or race, and are currently looking for a more diverse group of girls to join our ranks, so please apply.” There’s an interesting article about it at Racialicious from a few years ago (the Suicide Girls are mentioned near the end).

        • Well, that’s not true about there being no girls over a size 4… and there are more than 5 brown girls. i have a lot of negative feelings about the company w/r/t the degree of ownership they retain over the photos, which is why we don’t care about stealing them (we pay for our membership though), but I think it’s best to not spread the misconception that it’s 100% skinny white girls.

          We use Suicide Girls pictures on the site & prioritize finding diverse imagery, so I’m fairly familiar with the site’s composition. There’s 168 sets tagged “brown skin,” 96 “dark skin,” 552 tagged “curvy” (of which about 75% actually ARE curvy), 144 tagged “latina”… so on. Not enough. But it’s more than zero or “5.”

          I’m not defending the business and I agree that the lack of diversity SUCKS (especially in the multi-girl sets). So I’m sort of playing devil’s advocate here because I think it’s important to be careful about where we direct our disdain so as to not become the Girls Who Cried Wolf when we have a better case.

          More importantly; girls are voted into SG status and voted into prominent site positioning by members viewing and “liking” their photos. So if everyone who wants to see diversity in their alt-porn believes that there is none on SG, and therefore doesn’t join the site and therefore doesn’t vote for the girls they want to see, then those girls won’t get voted into “favorite” positions. So it’s kind of counterproductive to spread that idea.

          From a Suicide Girl on this facebook group:

          “The lack of chunky or pregnant or ethnic women on the site, I think, is due to the lack of applicants. There are hundreds of girls who apply every week and don’t get accepted because there is some skinny, caucasian, black haired tattooed girl already on the site that looks just like them. If the aforementioned “invisible” women aren’t applying, then there really isn’t anything Suicide Girls can do about it. I got accepted very quickly (a few hours) both times I applied. As a full figured, african american woman, I am excited about the chance to defy some stereotypes and erase expectations, especially in the alternative community. Girls like me may not wind up being one of the most popular girls who are featured all over the boards, but there will at least be one more person advocating diversity on the first site to be interested in such different kinds of beauty.”

          • That’s fair. I think a lot of my frustration is, as was said in the article, they are pushed as an “alternative” beauty, and there is little in it that I find truly alternative. Tattoos and dark hair are not necessarily alternative in a world when Kat von D and even the Suicide Girls themselves are accepted as hot.

            So, sorry for jumping the gun, but I just get frustrated by their claims of alternative beauty.

            And yeah, the company is a jerk.

          • yeah that’s a good point, the hypocrisy of claiming to show alternative beauty but not actually showing it. i agree.

            Also the tattoo/pierced thing has become a lot more mainstream since the site launched, in general.

          • They also, have, literally, from searching the website 11 Jewish models. So I think clearly what I need to do is get some tattoos and become a suicide girl so FAT JEWISH NERDY GIRLS CAN REPRESENT!

          • Yeah I agree with you. Though I think some of the people who would otherwise make for awesome SG candidates probably come from cultures where nudity on camera is absolutely forbidden. (Hell, my parents still freak out about my burlesque stuff, that the most I’ve gone is topless with pasties!)

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  4. Are there any SuicideGirl-esque sites that actually do have ethical business standards esp with photo ownership? It’s just that everytime I hear of a site that’s supposedly ethical, women-friendly, etc, there’s some dire story about how the models aren’t compensated enough and there’s no control over the pictures.

    • you know what you’re probably right. i would say “independent blogs run by the women themselves,” but “makes a ton of money” (or at least enough to make it a “successful business”) and “completely respects the rights and desires of the models etc” might be mutually exclusive

      which is sad

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