NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday Will Kiss You In The Moonlight

Feature photo from Bluestockings Boutique, which “just had its first entirely LGBTQIA+, body positive photo shoot.”


Welcome to NSFW Sunday!

Hayley Fingersmith and Sugar Blair via the crash pad

Hayley Fingersmith and Sugar Blair via the crash pad

+ Porn can be educational, but only sometimes:

“[W]ithout nuanced and complex models of sexuality presented by educators, some pornographers are picking up the slack. Take Courtney Trouble, creator of TROUBLEfilms and co-creator of queerporn.tv, another pornographer whose focus is on the representation of queer bodies. Though Trouble, who prefers the pronouns they and them, has little formal training in sex education, their films show safer sex, trans inclusion, how to engage in kink responsibly, and consent practices. “You can see it as education, and you can also see it as an attempt to set positive trends and make what we shoot look like something that can and should be done at home as much as possible,” Trouble says.

There’s also a political aspect, Trouble explains. “Seeing queer bodies being vulnerable, sexy, and fully embodied on screen does as much for the audience as it does for those of us who are being given the space to perform in queer porn. So yes, the way we represent queer bodies is 100 percent educational, and in a way, that sounds more like what we are actually doing than explicitly engaging in politics.””

+ “[T]wo people rubbing butts until they fall asleep,” and other early ideas about what sex is.

+ Love is basically cocaine.

+ Sex toys are getting smarter.

c1ndy_guevara via the lingerie addict

c1ndy_guevara via the lingerie addict

+ Are edible sex toys headed in the same direction as their inedible counterparts?

“Edible sex accessories began in the heady days of the sexual revolution of the ’60s. When they began, every sexual device was relegated to seedy sex stores, or billed as having more respectable uses (think “home massager” instead of “vibrator.”) Even the term “sex toy” is a coy dodge: “We displaced the awkwardness of using machines as sexual aids by turning these aids into novelty objects, or toys,” writes Hannah Smothers for Fusion. But a new crop of expertly engineered, elegantly designed vibrators and dildos is helping to elevate these products into something of a standard home appliance. Are edible sex products going in the same direction, or are they doomed to bachelorette party hell for eternity?”

Rowynne lingerie via the lingerie addict

Rowynne lingerie via the lingerie addict

+ If you cheated on someone (however your relationship defines it) and you want to stay with them, the first thing to do is stop being an asshole.

+ The Beaver Show by Jacqueline Frances is a self-published memoir about stripping that you should probably check out.

"two in the attic" from takemetoyourbedroom

“two in the attic” from takemetoyourbedroom

+ Violette Leduc’s Thérèse and Isabelle, a story of two school girls in lust, was originally published in France in 1966 but censored because of its depiction of queerness. The Feminist Press recently made it available in the US for the first time. It is also features a great deal of lesbian sex, including fingerbanging and anal and a dire need for lube and lines like “I broke into her mouth as one goes to war: I was hoping I would ransack her entrails and mine.”:

‘Undress me,’ said Isabelle.
I took off her clothes, I laid them out one by one on the folding bed.
She was naked, severe, standing very straight in the center of the room. I took her hand, I led her over and with the other hand, as we passed, I righted the little table.
I fell on Isabelle, I laid bare the shape of her legs, of her instep; I saw myself in the mirror. The room was old; the mirror reflected back the buttocks and embraces of every couple. I took her leg in my arms, skimmed over it with my chin, my cheek, my lips. I stroked her back and forth as if with a bow; the mirror showed everything I did; the slaps she had given me tingled.”

via rodeoh

via rodeoh

+ From the Autostraddle Lesbian Sex Archives: Five Girls You Will Bring Home In Your Twenties:

Her plan is to get married by 26 so she can get pregnant by 27. She says she doesn’t want to be one of those “older moms” but she also doesn’t want to fall off her career track. She calls you from a company retreat to make sure you’ve washed your hair in the last week. You lie and say yeah, duh. You’re standing in the kitchen in a pair of swim trunks and the t-shirt you got at your eighth grade graduation. You’re eating an unheated can of Spaghettios. She wants to have phone sex before the team-building exercise at 3.


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Ryan Yates

Ryan Yates was the NSFW Editor (2013–2018) and Literary Editor for Autostraddle.com, with bylines in Nylon, Refinery29, The Toast, Bitch, The Daily Beast, Jezebel, and elsewhere. They live in Los Angeles and also on twitter and instagram.

Ryan has written 1142 articles for us.

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