Archive for the ‘Professional BDSM’ Category

Conversation with Clarisse Thorn about Kink, Inc.’s “hymen-gate”

“Internet time” makes “dog years” look like they happen in evolutionary terms; slow. So it’s no surprise that barely 2 months later, Kink, Inc.’s “hymen-gate” fiasco, as it’s been christened, is probably well beyond the memory of most sex bloggers. I already said most of my piece, but it’s still very, very interesting and brought […]

Kink.com’s correspondent incompetence or deliberate malfeasance?

I may very well never get invited to The Armory again. You see, I was invited to visit after I wrote this scathing indictment of a Cybernet Entertainment, LLC press release (the company behind Kink.com and which I’ll here thereafter refer to as Kink, Inc., for brevity and rhetorical purpose) and the blogosphere’s response. A […]

Safely fucking anonymous johns with inspiration from TCP/IP

I can still remember the day when Eileen said to me, somewhat dismayed, “Sometimes it feels like every kinky girl who’s even close to being classically attractive decides to become a pro-domme sooner or later. Why am I the only one who doesn’t?” And of course, when she was offered a job as a pro-domme […]

“Finally! Something that speaks to dominant women!” they said

Ever since all that life-rebuilding stuff I’ve been doing in Sydney to get from the “Oh my god, how am I going to maintain positive cash flow?” state of mind to the “Wow, I’m really enjoying my new job” one, most of my thoughts haven’t been geared towards kink. Eileen and I aren’t playing quite […]

Wednesday Wanderings: Welcome Back and Fond Farewell

A long time ago, when I was just beginning to explore the sex blog corner of the blogosphere, I decided I’d set myself a task: find a few interesting links every week and publish something nice about them on Wednesdays. Since these were only going to be links I could say something nice about, they […]

More men need to cry on the big porn screen

The other day during dinner while hanging out with friends, of course, pornography gets brought up. (I’m sure the waitresses love us. Or hate us. Or love to hate us. (That’s called foreshadowing, by the way. (And this is called Lisp.))) Now, porn gets brought up all the time in conversations with my general social […]

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