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Hey, What’s Your Number?


By Alexa Day (Welcome to Lady Smut’s #ThrowbackThursday! Let’s celebrate the beginning of the school year with a little math. This post from May 2015 is all about the sexual history calculator and the intriguing calculus of our sexual pasts.) In yesterday’s Sexy Saturday Round-Up, my colleague Elizabeth Shore provided a link to a sexual

This is Not Why We Need Diverse Romance–but it Sure Helps


by Kiersten Hallie Krum There are a lot of reasons why #WeNeedDiverseRomance. We here at Lady Smut have discussed aspects of diverse romance regularly, whether it’s Alexa Day discussing the racial- and feminist-line blurring TV show Pitch or her examination of interracial romance through history or Thien-Kim Lam’s talking about #OwnVoices during #ReadHotter month, or my

Fantasizing About The Hot Villain: Women as Hunters


by Madeline Iva Who here sees a movie and winds up fantasizing later on about the hot villain? Raising my hand. WHY is my question. Why aren’t we fantasizing about the hot hero? (I mean, maybe we are. Sometimes.) Last week I talked about the hot villain being redeemed all the way into becoming an anti-hero. Here is

Reasons To Bang The Bad Guy, Pt. 1


by Madeline Iva Saranna DeWylde got me thinking yesterday about why we’re so attracted to awesome villains like Loki. Because we are. I am.  Before I unleash my perverse romantic side, let us be clear: I’d never go near an evil dude in real life.  (I can’t help thinking of this guy who said to

"Up On the Hog Babe, Let's Go For a Ride": The Hot Men & Sexy Voices of Male Audio Narrators


HOT MEN, SEXY VOICES: Last Saturday was #VALoveFest at Virginia Festival of the Book 2017.  Among the excellent panels during the day by far the most popular was THE MEN OF ROMANCE panel where audio narrators shared their experiences about the work, a bit about their backgrounds, and their appreciation for the romance genre.  Below is

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

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

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