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January 31st, 2007

Emergency Contraception Denied Again

From Save Roe:

Rape survivor jailed, denied emergency contraception. Act Now.

“Over the past 72 hours, a 21-year-old woman in Florida was raped, jailed on an outstanding warrant (for a 2003 juvenile arrest), and blocked from taking emergency contraception because a jail worker had “religious objections” to the medication. This is an absolute outrage. ”

Posted by Vixen as News at 8:24 PM CST


January 30th, 2007

Flaming Red Hair

Gothic slut with flaming red hair.

I picked this set because I think the model’s hair color is rocking.

Posted by Vixen as Sexy Sensations at 9:03 PM CST

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January 29th, 2007

Sugasm #64

Sugasm 64

The best of this weeks blogs by the bloggers who blog them. Highlighting the top 3 posts as chosen by Sugasm participants. Want in Sugasm #65? Submit a link to your best post of the week using this form. Participants, repost the linklist within a week and you’re all set.

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Arrogant Penis (
Bewitch Me! (
Unicorn Sighting, Part II (

Mr. Sugasm Himself
The High Definition Porn Problem (

Editor’s Choice
The Two-Client Day (

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Luscious Renee Perez courtesy of ErotiCandy Blog.

Posted by Vixen as Sugasm at 8:29 PM CST

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January 28th, 2007

A Lackluster Coming Out

Recently I was doing some volunteer work and unexpectedly came out to one of the other volunteers. We were working together on a task and were making small talk. He was an older man and very timid. At first I thought it was me. I can at times be overly chatty. Soon I realized this was his general nature. He acted shy and slightly nervous to everyone he encountered. Ironic we were paired up for the project I mused.

I asked if he lived in the area and he said he and his wife had a house nearby. This led to conversation about his work. When people start talking about their jobs I start mentally reviewing my choices. When the conversation turns to what I do I have several answers I could go with. In the past I’ve come up with vague responses to working on the phone to being a counselor to being a relationship therapist. I try not to lie about my work and think of it as revealing parts of the truth.

I knew several other volunteers were aware I was a pso. This man did not. As I knew he would, he asked what I did. I told him. He looked at me with a blank expression. Then he asked again. I answered the same. I shrugged my shoulders and made a casual comment about setting my own hours. Then I went back to our shared task. He fumbled over some basic questions about the job and seemed genuinely confused when I explained the concept.

We didn’t dwell on the topic long and soon were engrossed about the volunteer project we were working on. He didn’t treat me different in any way. The entire encounter was casual, almost indifferent. I’m used to people expressing surprise and sometimes delight when I tell them. For those that disapprove even their reactions are animated. To have such a laissez faire reaction is new to me. In a way it was a pleasant surprise. What if one day saying “I’m a sex worker” is met with the same casual acceptance as “I’m a bus driver” or “I’m a physical therapist”. Will it mean we’ve gained widespread acceptance if people are no longer shocked by our work?

Posted by Vixen as PSO Confessions at 11:10 PM CST


January 27th, 2007

Peace: It’s Still A Good Idea

US out of Iraq!

Today thousands and thousands marched in the streets to say End the Iraq War and NO to war in Iran. What did you see on tv? Did you see pictures of the actual crowds? Did you hear actual quotes from the speakers? Or did the mainstream media show fragments of protesters and downplay the actual numbers?

Want to see pictures of the actual protest? United for Peace and Justice has a Flickr group that is getting consistently added to. That’s where the picture above came from.

Americablog also has a good post.

Not surprisingly, BBC had better coverage the US media of the day’s events:
Mass US protest against Iraq war

In the buildup to war with Iran what most people don’t see are pictures of what life is really like there. This website has a short video showing everyday pictures of real Iranians. These are the types of people our government is trying to get us to believe are evil terrorists in their mad lust for more war, more profits, more control.

Posted by Vixen as Political Rants, News, Activism at 8:05 PM CST

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January 26th, 2007

Sleepy Sera

“Can you do the billing so I don’t have to get out of bed?”
-Sera, on setting up a double call with me

Sera gets up at the ungodly hour of 8am, sometimes even earlier. This was a late night call so she was sleepy. I told her I’d be happy to do the billing only if I could put her funny quote on my blog. She agreed.

Posted by Vixen as Quote Book at 11:27 PM CST

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January 24th, 2007

Best American Erotica 2007

Best American Erotica 2007

I’m happy to report that Susie Bright sent me a copy of Best American Erotica 2007 to review. I only got the book a few days ago and I’m sailing through it. Expect a review soon. You can read a sneak peek of the introduction here.

Posted by Vixen as Reviews at 1:25 PM CST

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January 23rd, 2007

So Not Sexy

“My cock is so hot it’d burn your pussy.”
-new guy trying to be sexy but failing

Posted by Vixen as Quote Book at 8:59 PM CST


January 22nd, 2007

Sugasm #63

Sugasm #63

The best of this weeks blogs by the bloggers who blog them. Highlighting the top 3 posts as chosen by Sugasm participants. Want in Sugasm #63? Submit a link to your best post of the week using this form. Participants, repost the linklist within a week and you’re all set.

This Week’s Picks
That sound (
All she wanted was a cold drink when she woke up (
Once, a long time ago (

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Angelina Jolie’s Real Marvelous Breasts (

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What Really Really Sucks (

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Spank Me panties courtesy of Journey to the Darkside.

Posted by Vixen as Sugasm at 11:34 PM CST

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January 21st, 2007

Not Patriotic Enough?

Israeli knesset

From International Middle East Media Center’s site:
Israeli Knesset passes law to revoke citizenship of “unpatriotic”Israelis

“A new law passed Wednesday will allow the Israeli government to revoke the citizenship of citizens considered unpatriotic to the Jewish state of Israel. The law is expected to be applied especially to the 20% of Israeli citizens who are of Palestinian origin.

Passage of the controversial law comes just as a torrent of criticism was launched by Knesset member Ahmed Tibi against the Knesset for alleged discrimination against its Arab members. Tibi accused the Knesset of discriminatory practices, in which Arab members are required to ask permission, even to use the bathroom, while Jewish members of the Knesset are not.”

Posted by Vixen as News at 11:12 PM CST

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January 20th, 2007

Review: The Butcher, The Baker, The Candlestick Maker

Suzanne Portnoy

The Butcher, The Baker,The Candlestick Maker
An Erotic Memoir by Suzanne Portnoy

Suzanne Portnoy and I were first introduced through the Sugasm. When she sent me her book’s press release I emailed back asking questions. She graciously offered me a copy to review. In The Butcher, The Baker, The Candlestick Maker she chronicles her sexual adventures. A recently divorced woman with a reawakened sexuality, Suzanne is determined to try many lovers of different ages and backgrounds.

From the book’s press release:
“Suzanne says: ‘My mother always said: ‘If you don’t ask, you don’t get,’ and it was with this thought in mind I embarked on a series of casual one-on-one encounters, the sole purpose being to have a good time. No commitment, no ‘I’ll phone you later,’ no expectation of any further contact - unless I wanted there to be’. So began her crusade to find the perfect weekend partner.”

I really thought I would like this book. An independent woman, with a refreshing liberal attitude about sex, chronicles her sexual affairs in London. I’ve always been the monogamous type and was curious to read how the sexually promiscuous live. I also wondered if Brits sex lives and attitudes were similar or vastly different than Americans.

Reading the book I had a reoccurring feeling something was missing. This nagging thought stayed with me chapter after chapter. I discussed the book with an editor friend and she revealed the reason: there is no reflection. It instantly clicked. While there are a few self realizations, Suzanne doesn’t reflect upon her experiences, doesn’t ponder their meaning or emotional impact on her life. Surely the passage of time has given her plenty of insight and meaning but she doesn’t share them with her readers. I wish she had.

Since she has so much sex she has her share of disappointments. In the first chapter she recounts the story of a quickie fuck that was a lust killer. Her lover is one she’s rejected in the past because of his creepy behavior but finding no other potential mates she decides to indulge him. During the sex she becomes bored and entertains herself by thinking of a vegetable curry recipe. She writes
“I wonder if he knows he hit the jackpot with me, someone patient and willing to indulge him. Most girls would have gone home half an hour ago to prepare that curry. I’m not hating it or loving it. I’m just bored.”

It’s wonderful that she’s so caring about her lover and strives to please him even though she’s bored. But a lot of her experiences in the book are similar; she works to fulfill her date and ends up being sexually disappointed. I found myself wondering if some of these affairs were harmful to her emotions or self-esteem. But Suzanne stays positive and that is admirable. After a bad date she never gives up, determined to move on to the next lover for fulfillment.

This book is full of sex, make no mistake about that. If you want a recounting of affair after affair this book won’t disappoint. I didn’t count how many men she slept with but rest assured there are many. I’ve read that some consider this book controversial. Sadly, there are still people out there who consider a woman who enjoys sex and looks for pleasing lovers to be a controversy. I don’t and nothing in this book shocked me.

I applaud Suzanne for being so sexually liberated. It’s refreshing to hear a woman be so guilt free about her sex life. I hope she continues having fun. But if she writes a follow up to The Baker I hope that she reflects more about her affairs. While it’s enjoyable to read about the different ways people fuck I want to learn more about the author in the process.

Posted by Vixen as Reviews at 6:50 PM CST


January 18th, 2007

Retro Spanking

Retro Raunch spanking

It’s a been a little while since I had a male Sexy Sensations. This retro spanking picture courtesy of Retro Raunch.

Posted by Vixen as Sexy Sensations at 6:27 PM CST


January 17th, 2007

A Modern Scarlett Letter?

A for adultry

From the Detroit Free Press:
Adultery could mean life, court finds

In a ruling sure to make philandering spouses squirm, Michigan’s second-highest court says that anyone involved in an extramarital fling can be prosecuted for first-degree criminal sexual conduct, a felony punishable by up to life in prison.

“We cannot help but question whether the Legislature actually intended the result we reach here today,” Judge William Murphy wrote in November for a unanimous Court of Appeals panel, “but we are curtailed by the language of the statute from reaching any other conclusion.”

Posted by Vixen as News at 9:36 PM CST

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January 16th, 2007

My Goddess Ass

“That beautiful rectum should be worshipped every day.”
-Whiny Boy
waxing romantic about my ass again

Posted by Vixen as Quote Book at 11:32 PM CST

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