March 1, 2014

Sexy Saturday Round-Up

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Hello, Sexy! Hope you are having a fun weekend. Here at Lady Smut we’ve been collecting some great blogs posts for your reading. Have you ever thought sexy Christian romances? Ever wondered how many nights a week you “should be” having sex? Read on, my friends.

From Liz:

Sexy Christian romance. Yep.

The Washington Post now has a romance column.

How to choose a literary agent.

Archetypes and stereotypes. The difference between them.

From Elizabeth:

How many nights a week should you and your man be doing it to be happy? The truth is here.

Good news! Size doesn’t matter, at least when it comes to the cl*t.

Change your brain! Making small changes to the way you think can mean the difference between success and failure.

It’s Oscars weekend! Check out this pictorial of every dress worn by the best actress from 1929 – present.

From Madeline:

How weird do knitters get? Here are some very crazy knitting projects. (Though I like the doggie deer hats.)

I love any blog that considers smart powerful women sexy–here’s a blog devoted to  hot barristers–one of them is George Clooney’s girlfriend.

Got a wheat allergy? There’s a dating site for that–and other niche matchmaking needs.

Sexiest parts of the body? Well, apparently, it’s not your feet.

Having sex makes you smarter. Duh.

Test your facial beauty! (Fun to try–but I warn you, the assessment is 2/3rds negative–pointing out your face is too narrow, etc.)

From C. Margery Kempe:

Broad Universe has an initiative for Women’s History Month to get more women SFF writers into Wikipedia.

Celebrate Women’s History month with a bunch of documentaries made by women filmmakers.

The Exorcist recut as an 80s sit-com (it’s all about the edits when it comes to film).

Stay Hungry,


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