Later today, we’ll be crowning our latest slate of Top Ten Crush Objects–and with that list, choosing a brand new Crush Object of the Year. But before we do, here are a few words from last year’s Crush Object of the Year, Camille Crimson.
I’m definitely entering a new phase of my sexuality. I’ve always been in monogamous relationships in the past. I’ve realized as I’m getting older I have sexual fantasies that I’d like to fulfill, and it isn’t gonna happen in a monogamous relationship.
I have a problems with my girlfriend. We just see each other from time to time and now we are just friends. I think if I can get her to some sensual meeting she could be mine again. Any thoughts of how can I get her to that meeting? I need your opinion.
Please tell me how to convince my girlfriend to give me a blowjob because she thinks that it’s nasty but I really want her to give me a blowjob… I really want a blowjob… And Camille, please tell me how to contact you. I wanna meet you and want a blowjob from you.
I’m 25, and bi-curious, in the midwest.
My wife left late last year, and took the dog. I got a new dog, that I love very much. (Not that way.) It took a while, because the way that the relationship ended, but I eventually got lonely in ways that the dog can’t fill (going shopping, out to eat, drinking, etc) and tried to find new friends or develop friends to fill that role, but I’m extremely shy. So, I turned to the internet, Craigslist, specifically, and stumbled upon someone.
I believe in beautiful porn. That means a lot of things. I use my blog as a platform to share my ideas, but also increasingly to expand and reach out to others who share this vision.
I also love to talk to couples, and especially women, who have decided to expand our ideas of what the adult industry can be. For a while, I’ve had my sights set on talking to the people behind X-Art, which many of you know as a pioneering porn site focusing on beautiful people having sex in lovely locations, often featured right here on Fleshbot. I was able to get some questions out to Colette, half of the couple behind the successful site, to find out how they make their version of beautiful porn.
About 9 months ago after my wife and I were married she stumbled upon my stash of porn on our computer. This disturbed her quite a bit and she was mostly mad because she felt it was cheating. I did not disagree with her I just stopped cold for a bit, but a guy sometimes needs to blow one off so I do it once in a while, but nothing like I ever did in the past. Fast forward to today.
My question is regarding oral sex, specifically on my girlfriend. We have fun playing (she gives great BJs), but when she wants me to go down on her, I can’t do it. I’ve always fantasized about eating a girl out, but when I try on her, I can’t because her pussy just has a bad taste. I’ve licked her clit, which she enjoys, but she wants me to full on stick my tongue in her pussy. Any advice Camille? I like the idea of eating her out, but her pussy just doesn’t taste good.
Q: What’s the best way to move from going down on a girl to rimming her? Ask first (awkward) or just go for it (really awkward if she’s really not into it.) I love rimming and have had several positive responses to it, but have also had one girl freak out – and I can’t think of a polite way to bring up in conversation before making out to ask if rimming would be cool or not, and while you are eating her out it just seems weird to stop and ask questions.
Hello and welcome to the first installment of Ask Camille. I’m the performer and webmaster of The Art of Blowjob and Slow Motion Blowjob, I have my own blog and I’ve even been guest editor here at Fleshbot. When I’m not making or talking about beautiful porn, I end up being asked a lot of questions. I guess when you’re an open person, that tends to happen. I’ve been lucky enough to get the opportunity to bring my advice on different sexual and relationship topics every week here on Fleshbot.
Remember how awesome it was when Camille Crimson gave sex advice to all of us? Well, good news: she’s back to make that column a regular Fleshbot feature!
Fleshbot’s 2011 Crush Object Of The Year and beautiful porn creator Camille Crimson has just launched a brand new site, Slow Motion Blowjob. Is slower really sexier? Her thoughts below (and a teaser above).
I was astonished at all of the wonderfully thoughtful questions that you came up with, so I just had to answer all of them. They range from short and sweet questions about my day-to-day to more evolved questions about relationship dynamics, so hopefully my responses will shed a little light on this lovely Friday!
Giving a great blowjob is certainly important. That’s why I talk about it so much and spend much of my life devoted to leading by example. Of course, these skills and ideas are transferable and hopefully mutual. That goes with out saying. Beyond that, there’s the other side of the coin. As much as it’s important to be a great giver of blowjobs (or any other kind of oral pleasure) it’s also extremely valuable to be a great recipient. There are only a few things I’m going to hit on here, which don’t go unduly into specifics, as those are up to the individuals, but they all warrant deference.
The camera’s rolling. Somehow, this feels so different from when you take quick, coy snaps of me as I open myself for you or when you ask me to pose for you in the garden. I hear your breath, as heavy as mine. There’s a mix of arousal and the adrenaline you get from escalating nerves. This is it.
I want you to get nice and hard for me. As I feel my mouth make first contact with your cock, I get almost achingly turned on. Sometimes I just feel like I’m just made for giving blowjobs. My lips slide all the way down to the base and I lick at your balls, feeling them shift as my tongue works them over. When you put your hand gently on my head and my lips sliding work in tandem with your thrusts, I feel like we’re in perfect harmony. Together, we know each other so well and this delicious blowjob is a perfect representation of our bond.
People do generally like what I share online, but I invariably get comments like: “But, you’re a feminist!” What’s your point? Oh, that’s right… There’s a common misconception that blowjobs can’t be a feminist act. Let me clear that right up for you, because we wouldn’t want that nasty rumour taking root. The thing is, I’m a happy, powerful, successful and self-actualized woman who loves giving blowjobs… So much so that I chose to (among many other things) give them for a living. Because my niche is so obviously linked to the surface idea of one-sided pleasure, people assume I must be coerced, faking it or that I’m not getting any pleasure of my own either on or off-screen. This couldn’t be further from the truth, and I think that debunking these ideas is key to identifying blowjobs as a feminist sex act.
I don’t have a lot to be envious about in life, but when I see Lilyanne squirt, I certainly get a twinge of jealousy. For all my passionate sexual exploration and love of sensuality and pleasure, I’ve never had much luck with squirting. There is something so intensely beautiful about watching a woman let loose with so much intensity… Maybe someday. For now, though, at least I can live vicariously through my beloved friend Lilyanne.
Over the years, I’ve struggled to explain exactly what kind of videos and photos I make. They’re certainly for adults, they’re very erotic in nature erotic, but I’d definitely also consider them to be porn. A lot of people balk about this, which I find somewhat confusing, but not necessarily surprising. Porn gets a bad reputation, invoking ideas of violence and degradation… Not that either of those things are necessarily bad at all, but people often assume that it’s non-consentual, which is definitely not okay. More than that, people assume things about the way porn is made, which may be a little closer to the truth…