May 24, 2014

Sexy Saturday Round-Up

By Liz Everly and the Lady Smut bloggers

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Hello, Sexy! We’ve got a highly entertaining round-up of blog posts for you on this lovely Saturday. Where else are you going to get a wall of penises, 1920’s fetish wear, and eye-tattooing all in one place? Hmmm?

From Liz:

Male lesbians?


A fun wall of penises. Yes, you read that right.


From C. Margery Kempe:

Call for Magazine Articles (for a general readership) About Love and Romance

1920`s Fetish Wear [Pics]

Men, stop lecturing women about reading romance novels!

Why men have to take up so much room on public transportation: Saving Room for Cats

From Elizabeth:

Can cheating make your marriage stronger? One woman says yes.

Whoo-hoo, get out the fan and cool me down! LeBare, about a male strip club in Dallas with the same name, hits theaters next month, but you can get the sizzling preview here.

Feel like telling the world about your one-night stand but don’t know where to go?┬áIntroducing The Casual Sex Project.

Was this year’s Eurovision song contest drag queen winner a help or a hindrance for gender diversity?

From Alexa:

Try this five times fast: six sex studies supply semi-scholarly sustenance.

I know it when I see it, and these 28 things are not “porn for women.”

Is honesty the best policy? Here’s what one mother told her child about having sex for pleasure.

From Madeline:

All about eye-tattooing. I dare you to read this without your eyes watering.

Stay Hungry,


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  • Post authorKel

    On “Stop Lecturing” – Every time I hear about the whole romance books being whatever arguement coming from someone who has obviously never read them, I am reminded of a catty comment from a friend years back.

    “Ignore him, he’s just mad because the same stereotype about men is that they’re all functionally illiterate. So be proud that the worse he can say about women is we read crap, at least we read.”

    It still sort of makes me snicker, because I know it’s not true. Sharing novels with my StepMum and my dad was/is one of my favourite things to do (And yes, my dad read what could be classified as crossover sci-fi romance or mystery romance too). As long as the book is written well, and I (or the other readers) like it, who cares what someone who isn’t going to read it anyway thinks?

  • Post authorC. Margery Kempe

    Gaah, that ‘porn for women’ thing makes me furious. Women watch porn, deal with it or don’t. It happens anyway.

    Reply to C. Margery Kempe
    • Post authorAlexa Day

      That drives me crazy, too. Every so often some … individual … asks, “Heh. So, uh, is that like, you know, ‘porn for women’? Heh heh heh.” And I tell them, “Well, no, porn for women is actually a totally separate genre — some great work out there, too. But I’m writing something different.” Someday, someone’s going to respond, “Oh, really? That’s so interesting. Whose work are you following right now?”

      That hasn’t happened yet. But when I was in NYC for the International Association for the Study of Popular Romance conference, this did happen:

      During a discussion after the presentation on one of the papers, a conversation broke out on the whole ‘romance as porn for women’ thing. Eloisa James observed that such a conflation served to cheapen not only romance but porn as well. I totally got goosebumps. That was an awesome conference. ­čÖé

      Reply to Alexa Day
      • Post authorC. Margery Kempe

        I so want to go to that some time. I enjoy all the Romance scholars at PCA.

        Reply to C. Margery Kempe

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