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Posted in Just For Fun, News
November 22, 2014

Sexy Saturday Round-Up

By Liz Everly and the Lady Smut Bloggers

DarkDesiresHello Sexy! Hope you’re having a fabulous  Saturday. Curl up with us at Lady Smut and read some of our favorite posts from this week.

From Liz :

Can you have too many orgasms? Oh yes, you can.

Here’s fabulous list of sex blogs. Fair warning: this could keep you occupied for hours, if not days.

On Wattpad

The gate we should have kept.

On dating down.

From Madeline:

Slate.com sez: It’s not your kids holding you back in your career–it’s your husband. 

The Insect that Loves Sex 

Items from the Institute of Sexology

Why you love to hate some of your friends–and how it’s damaging your health. 

Elizabeth Shore reported about the cuddle phenom to y’all–here’s the latest update: how to get your cuddle on.

Vintage Black Glamour 

Over at Geekyfreaky, geeks argue over sexy comic icons.  The battle then continues–this time about muscled heroes–over at Comics Alliance.com

From C. Margery Kempe:

Mark Coker on how ebook publishing gets harder from now on

William Blake’s London in an app

In depth interview at The Toast with Susan Farrell of Art Crimes

Stay Hungry,

Liz

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3 comments

  • Post authorKel

    I still don’t understand why people are all up in arms about the cuddle service. If it’s not something they want, they don’t have to pay for it! I can totally see times when having someone non-judgemental offer a cuddle would be perfect – like after a bad breakup, or a death, or a bad prognosis, or just needed someone to hug you like they used to when you were a kid but you know… you’re not anymore. People pay a lot more for therapy; sometimes a hug would do so much more and I can’t image an hour of being held would hurt.

    But then, I’m a real huggy person… and the world is not built for us huggy people. We’re even told that it’s threatening to ask people if they do or do not hug these days, because that’s pressuring them into accepting an unwanted hug.

    I still need a “pro hugs” shirt. I’ll gladly take the risk of sudden hugs from random strangers.

    • Post authorMadeline Iva

      They just think it’s going to lead to prostitution….

      The problem I have with this that goes along with prostitution funnily enough is that people often don’t want just the physical — this former male prostitute said that to be really successful, your clients had to believe you were so in love with them. The pretend acting — they would really buy into it, they would insist upon it, and find ways of demanding it without saying so outright. He hated it so much that he said it managed to send him into rehab finally when nothing else would. So I’m all for cuddling too — until someone demands other stuff to go along with it….

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      • Post authorKel

        I have nothing against prostitution, as long as everyone involved knows it’s just sex – which is why it doesn’t appeal to me. Empty sex is like bland food; not worth it. The Cuddle thing strikes me as exactly the opposite – one human caring for another. And while it might be odd to pay for this sort of care (or get paid for it) for most people, I think humans caring for each other is important enough that having a ready source of caring is a purely good thing.

        I do think it’s sort of odd that people have this whole knee-jerk “not prostitution!” response, though. Again; if you don’t want to participate, don’t.

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