Sexy Saturday Round-Up

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By Liz Everly and the Lady Smut bloggers

Hello, Sexy! It’s Saturday, are you excited? Snuggled in bed with a sexy friend? Planning a big party? Whatever your pleasure and situation, we’ve got your reading covered.

From Liz:

A fantastic essay about…um…sex.

The Yoga of Being a Writer.

The truth about internet trolls.

Normal people trying to get in to Cosmo’s sex positions. 

From Madeline:

The Guardian asks: When did male body hair become such a bad thing? 

Why are people waiting to get married? 

Apparently, statistics say that professional women are way harder to find in hollywood movies than in real life.

10 Things Elizabeth Safleur Learned Last Summer at BDSM CON — the conference for erotic romance writers.

From Alexa:

What a sex writing class taught its teacher — and what it can teach all of us.

Powerful photos accompany this essay on plastic surgery in Brazil, where a famous surgeon once said, “The poor have a right to be beautiful, too.”

Parents, are your teens sexting? Here’s the silver lining.

From Elizabeth:

I didn’t think it was actually possible, but apparently a great deal of men have faked an orgasm.

Confusion over whether a partner is consenting or not? There’s an app for that!

One woman has decided she’s had enough of hating Nickelback.

Here are the top websites if you need to brush up on your swinger questions.

From C. Margery Kempe:

Another doctor tries to pooh pooh the G-spot; poor woman, she must not have had one yet. H/t to Kem.

The Reboot of Dorian Gray: an amusement.

A petition to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day

More depressing troll stories

Stay Hungry,


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And if you are looking for reading this week, my book TEMPTING WILL McGLASHEN is up for pre-order.

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1 comment

  • Post authorKel

    The faking of orgasms; so sad. So unnecessary too, unless your partner is so goal-focused they’re incapable of just letting go.

    And I say that having stopped people who didn’t get that an orgasm can lead to greater arousal, and that doesn’t mean it wasn’t an orgasm… but really, time to stop now because it’s starting to feel angry, yeah.

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