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"Do I feel lucky?" Well, do ya, punk?


by Madeline Iva I do.  I do feel lucky.  I’ve got two new TV actor obsessions this summer.  AND WE’RE CELEBRATING Elizabeth Sa Fleur’s new book release LUCKY. (See more below.) Todays post is about two weird punks, among other things. Thankfully people rarely toss around the term ‘punk’ anymore.  Some older man or jock

Alternative Endings to the Bachelor


by Madeline Iva I saw the very first season of the Bachlorette while packing for a Big Move to the South.  I made it through a few seasons after that because I was fascinated by watching grown women aggressively fight for the attention of one man–while pretending not to. So deliciously perverse! Alexa Day posted about

It's Time to Make a Sex Bucket List


New Year’s Eve kisses are a distant memory. The Valentine’s Day afterglow has faded. Now that we’re in the lull of winter-spring, how do you keep the bedroom fires burning? Might I suggest creating a sex bucket list? The sex bucket list is exactly what it means. Make a list of naughty, sexy things you want to

Real Life Christian Grey Talks BDSM & Fifty Shades


Hello readers!  We have a guest post for you today from A.C. Rose–an interview republished TheThreeTomatoes.com. Find out more about A.C. Rose’s writing and her book about 50 Shades at her website. Check out her facebook group 50 Shades of Grey Fans. Shades of Al Daltrey: Talking About BDSM with a Real Life Christian Grey

We Saw Fifty Shades Darker So You Don't Have To


by Elizabeth SaFleur & Madeline Iva Happy Weekend! We’re here to share with you all our thoughts after seeing FIFTY SHADES DARKER at the movie theatre last night.  Madeline: I loved seeing that group of women who all came into the theatre wearing masks. In fact, my role here is to see the film with

Bed Dance – Not Your Ordinary Lap Dance


…AS TOLD TO LADY SMUT BY SASHA SNOW SASHA SNOW: I’ve been teaching exotic dance for the last seven or so years in a professional dance studio with curtains drawn, and the doors locked.  The idea behind these classes is to help ordinary women reclaim a part of themselves they often lose to years of

Kinky F*ckery in 50 Shades: Interview with Jackie C. Horne


Ladies—Jackie from ROMANCE NOVELS FOR FEMINISTS is here with me today to delve deeply into the core themes of the 50 Shades phenomenon. We focussed on two questions: Why do women love this fantasy? Does 50 SHADES represent a step forward in women’s sexual freedom—or a step back? If you like 50 Shades and smart

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