Amanda’s hands seem to rest heavily on the book on the table. Is she merely holding her page open, or is she trying to hold herself together as the vibrator interrupts her reading? Are her words slurring together from the building pleasure between her thighs, or is that Burgess’s Nadsat language bouncing strangely off our ears? We’ve got questions; Amanda has about seven minutes of reading until she loses it.
Ever had a Nobel Prize winner make you come? Judging by Solé’s experience here, it’s a once in a lifetime experience. We know this book won the Pulitzer Prize for literature, but we’re starting to think it maybe should be renominated for the Pulitzer Prize in erotica (they have that, right?)
While business as usual has long returned to many New Yorkers (including Fleshbot), there are scores of people without homes, food, or basic things. And winter is creeping up on us, and it is a cool mother over here! Wherever you are in the world, you can do what you can to help by watching this edition of Clayton Cubitt’s fucking amazing “Hysterical Literature” series, featuring Amanda reading from Shakespeare’s incomparable last play “The Tempest.” Go here to watch the whole thing, and click the Tip Jar to donate to Sandy Relief. It’s simple, it’s pleasurable, it’s altruistic, it involves a gorgeous woman and some psychedelic visuals and some goddamn iambic pentameter. So, you know, a typical Saturday afternoon for you.
For the most part, it seems like the lovely and literate Teresa is holding it together in her Hysterical Literature video. A few tremors run through her body here and there, but she holds it together and trudges on through “Sexing the Cherry.” That is, until the end comes, and then Teresa comes, and then the book in her hand may as well be written in cuneiform.
Everyone’s favorite orgasmic book club is back in session, with New York burlesque sensation Stormy Leather (who you may have seen at the last Fleshbot Friday) waxing orgasmic about Whitney Houston.
These Hysterical Literature videos have so much to offer: beautiful women, classic literary works, intimate set-ups, and, of course, intrusive orgasms. Now that the third one is here, we can start comparing and contrasting the videos and thereby divine the subtle differences that make each reading (and each climax) special.
Who can forget the time that Stoya read us a book while being skillfully diddled with a Hitachi Magic Wand beneath the table? Nobody forgets something like that, and bless the gods, for Clayton Cubitt and company have more ladies to offer. Up next is the beautiful Alicia reading the poem “Song of Myself” by Walt Whitman until the only word she can say is “Yes!”
Here’s a fun fact: until a few months ago, Stoya had never used a Hitachi Magic Wand (commonly know as the Cadillac of vibrators). Indeed, it wasn’t until this very video that our sweet Supreme Commandress ever felt the hard pulse of the Hitachi up against her lovely labia…but, judging by her reaction, we’re pretty sure it wasn’t her last time.
Baby, it’s cold outside…and if you’ve run out of hot cocoa and logs to stoke the fire, it might just be time to give in to winter madness. Yes, folks, we’re talking about the joy of naked snow angels. Forget your worries about frostbite and freezing toes; tis the season
Photo by Clayton James Cubitt (claytoncubitt.com) Via: acidolatte.blogspot.com (acidolatte.blogspot.com)
Photo by Clayton Cubitt (claytoncubitt.com) Via: whitehot magazine (whitehotmagazine.com)
Another day, another skittish advertiser equating arty nudity with hardcore porn. Wait, what’s wrong with hardcore porn again? (claytoncubitt.tumblr.com)
Finally, a good excuse to retire our trusty StarTAC and pick up on of those schmanzy iPhone thingies all the kids are talking about: sexy iPhone wallpaper by superstar erotic photographer Clayton Cubitt featuring the delectable Justine Joli. We knew there was at least one good reason all those people