Sexy Saturday Round-Up

1-ssruHowdy cowgirls! Elizabeth SaFleur, Alexa Day and I (Madeline Iva) are off at the Washington Romance Writer’s Readers & Bloggers Luncheon today. Meanwhile, I hope you have fun with this week’s selection of the freaky, fantastical, outrageous, and familiar–lassoed and hog tied down in this post just for you.  Enjoy!

From Madeline:

There’s still a goodly chance you could snag our LadySmut UNBOUND GIVEAWAY

Twelve movies from Fantastic Fest 

How to wake up without an alarm

Joey Hill discusses her ten fav BDSM items that you won’t find in a sex shop

One of the earliest SF books was written in the 1600’s by a Duchess

Here are some stereotypes that go with having natural hair

You know we can’t keep our hands off this topic: What would it take for a sex robot to pass the Turing Test?

Eat like a woman not like a picky nine year old

These sex-ed queens of YouTube value experience over a degree

Can’t name any top world leaders? What about top female world leaders? Say with me now:  Aung San Suu Kyi

A Girl Who Gets Gifts From Crows

Dive into the FIRST CHAPTER of a new SF romance novel: Crosstalk

From Elizabeth Shore:

9% of women have done it – The rise of nipple piercing.

And the average penis size is…

Your exercise misery is over. New study says one glass of red wine = one hour at the gym. Excellent. Two glasses should having me looking like a supermodel in no time.

12 superfoods to keep your ladybits healthy.

Relax to the soothing sounds of rain without a cloud in the sky. You’ve got to check out










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1 Comment

  • Kel
    October 8, 2016 at 8:27 am

    On Natural Hair – How… both interesting and disheartening. Do humans really have that much invested in how other people groom? I mean, I get that the beauty industry is huge, and that it’s a lot of money lost to someone if people stop caring about this or that hair-care procedure… but I think people should get to ‘do or not ‘do, dye or not dye, curl or straighten their hair however they want, and it should be no one else’s business.

    Of course, I have complimented people on hair, and I have expressed interest in other’s hair care routines because that’s sort of what girls do with friends, so I suppose that makes me a bit of a hypocrite? But it’s hair… change it as you want.

    I look forward to the time when the silver takes over the rest of my hair and I can dye it bright colours with relative ease. It’s been a long time waiting since my first “greys” showed up Freshman year of highschool.


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