The always fashion forward former frontman of The Smiths, your friend and mine, Morrissey, has just released his first foray into fiction with the book "List of the Lost," and already the critics are heralding it as the frontrunner for this year's Bad Sex in Fiction award.
If movies like Witness and Kingpin taught me nothing else, it's that the Amish are kinky as shit. It should therefore come as no surprise to learn that they're also big fans of paperback romance novels. Sadly none of these have particularly suggestive titles like "Plowing Hannah's Field" or "Raising Yoder's Barn," but this look at Amish erotica is pretty eye-opening.
Everyone knows that Dr. Seuss was one of the greatest wordsmiths of all time, but did you also know he was an ass man? Sure enough he was, as proven by these pictures from his forgotten classic The Seven Lady Godivas, which features women of varying sizes, all of whom sport very full, round asses.
Fifty Shades fever is spreading like wildfire, as everyone and their mother will be hitting theaters this weekend to see the film version of the wildly popular book series—just hopefully not with their mother. To celebrate, Sssh.com is giving away signed copies of the book trilogy to anyone willing to tweet a kinky story that's less than 140 characters.
Knitting: It's not just for your frumpy aunt anymore. This is the battle cry being broadcast by Geraldine Warner, a.k.a. Trixie von Purl, via her new book "Knit Your Own Kama Sutra."
We all have fucked up families. It's a fact. If you happen to have an especially fucked up family, however, the kind of family who might gather around the Thanksgiving table and read erotica aloud while serving yams, then brother, have we got some books for you!
If you're the sort of person who enjoys your smut in literary format, there's a good chance that Rachel Kramer Bussel has helped you get off at least once. The editor of dozens of erotica anthologies, she's penned countless steamy odes to all manner of delicious perversions (including a very memorable tribute to the lovely Monica Lewinsky). But Kramer Bussel's pen is capable of more than just pornographic tales – she's also a thoughtful and accomplished essayist who enjoys exploring all manner of topics relating to sexuality (most recently as the sex columnist for Philadelphia's City Paper). And in her latest ebook (which, unlike previous anthologies, is entirely written by her), she offers a delicious sampler of essays that paint a lovely picture of a complicated, compelling sex writer.
Studies regarding sex are always interesting, just because they give one pause as to how many people are lying just to save face. According to a new study, however, people in the upper plains states and most of the west in general apparently just don't give a fuck. Business Insider published findings that are part of a new book that set out to discover which states value sex over love and vice versa, and the results are interesting.
It doesn't matter when you hopped on the Amy Poehler bandwagon, whether it was during her days with the Upright Citizens Brigade, Saturday Night Live, Parks & Rec, or any of the other countless comedic things she's done. What's important is that you're on her bandwagon because she is one seriously smart and funny actress, and she's apparently not shy when it comes to talking about sex and porn.
The fact that change is coming is not debatable, but for the dirty book reader who is the target of this column, the question is how will our habits be impacted. The whole idea of sticky pages is untranslatable to the ereader. Digital pages don’t stick together. When confronted by the physical expression of pleasure, which accompanies the union of perverted reader to perverted text, the results can be expensive. Electronics and semen don’t mix.
Hillary Clinton's new book Hard Choices is being released today, causing waves of confusion among the segment of the population that wants to read her book, but also has an intimate knowledge of the porn industry (basically just Bill Clinton).
Fleshbot had the good fortune to speak to the London-based author, Julie Peakman, about her new book The Pleasure's All Mine: A History of Perverse Sex, which happens to be our fetish. Hope you feel as dirty after reading this as we felt writing it.
Photographer Paolo Roversi has put together a book of portraits he's shot over the years. Some are from his fashion work, some are from his personal collection--and quite a few feature naked ladies.
This past spring, Driven By Boredom fulfilled a lifelong dream by driving down the famed Route 66--and photographing naked girls in public all along the way.
As far as we can tell, "Spartacus" director TJ Scott's average day goes something like this: hang out with a celebrity. Invite them into the bathroom. Draw a bath, invite them to take a nice long soak (presumably after a glass of wine or two), and then snap their photo for In the Tub, his upcoming book of, you guessed it, various celebrities in the tub.
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