January 31, 2015

Sexy Saturday Round-Up

By Liz Everly and the Lady Smut Bloggers

LS Fb squareHello Sexy! Hope your weekend is going well and that you have some time to catch up on some reading. The lady smut bloggers have been searching the Internets to find the perfect blog posts for your reading. This week, we’re covering virtual sex, penises in fashion, and, um, the codpiece memo.


From Liz:

Should Doing Porn Ruin Your Life?

Authors: Thinking of a BookBub promotion? Check this out.

Virtual sex? Yep.

Sonali Dev has a diverse-authentic ah-ha moment. Much to think about here. 

From Elizabeth:

Deciding Fashion Week needed some shaking up, designer Rick Owens figured penises were the way to do it.

What we need to know about self publishing in 2015.

Getting ready for the big game this weekend? Then you better know the top studs from each team.

Some people just don’t get it. An Australian newspaper leads its obituary on celebrated author Colleen McCullough by calling her “plain” and “overweight.” Real class act.

What’s a little cold weather to stop you from having outdoor sex? Here are some tips for getting hot in the cold.

From Madeline:

As a big fan of WOLF HALL, I’ve learned the TV series has had to deal with some sensitive issues from Henry VIII’s reign. I bring you The codpiece memo.

A Daily Show reporter freaks out over people who have a mixed relationship.

The scandalous (and LONG) history of sex ed movies.

Oh no they didn’t! California’s new rape laws spring into action after two bicyclists save an unconscious woman from being raped by Stanford student on the swim team.

From Alexa:

I love the wise-ass Valentine’s Day cards.

It’s still cold outside. Are you looking for a blizzard boo?

If you’ve got a little while, why not listen to Ann Mayburn and Kallypso Masters drop some knowledge at Marshall University about erotic romance, BDSM, and feminism?


Stay Hungry,




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