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December 31st, 2008

Babeland Entice Lube

Babeland sent me the Entice Lube to review.

Babeland Entice Lube

I’m picky with lube. As much as I love the idea of scented or flavored lube, in real life I find them annoying. When I squirted some Entice lube onto my finger I was pleasantly surprised by it’s lack of scent. And there was no flavor. It just tasted like-well, lube really. No scent, no flavor. So far it was a win win.

Babeland Entice Lube

But how does it work? Quite nicely! It stays wet for awhile and you don’t really notice it’s there. Which to me is a good thing. I want my lube to just work and I don’t want it to be distracting.

Plus it comes in pretty glass and has an easy to use squirter. The Entice Lube is a winner in my book.

Posted by Vixen as Reviews at 1:06 PM CST

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December 29th, 2008


a hairy For the Girls model with goatee

This For The Girls model is rocking a nice grunge look here.

Posted by Vixen as Sexy Sensations at 8:24 PM CST


December 28th, 2008

Sugasm #156 Post Request

I haven’t posted a Sugasm request over here in awhile so figured it was that time.

Submissions for Sugasm #156 close at 11:59pm PST Thursday. The new Sugasm will go up Monday. If you’d like your blog featured, send us the title and permalink to your best sex blog entry for the week. The Sugasm submission form isn’t working so please email your submission to me directly at radicalvixenatgmaildotcom

To save me time please submit the following:

Post Name:
Post Permalink:
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Purple Passion courtesy of long-distance sub.

Posted by Vixen as Sugasm at 2:03 AM CST

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December 26th, 2008

A Year After Bhutto’s Death

Benazir Bhutto

From the BBC:
Pakistan mourners honour Bhutto
“Tens of thousands of people have gathered at the mausoleum of Pakistan’s former PM Benazir Bhutto to mark the first anniversary of her assassination.

Ceremonies in Garhi Khuda Bakhsh, southern Pakistan, are expected to include prayers, poetry and speeches.

Mrs Bhutto was killed in a suicide bomb and gun attack in Rawalpindi, near Islamabad, after an election rally.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon says he expects an independent inquiry into her death to be set up soon.”

I hadn’t realized it had been a year. The BBC also has a related piece-Remembering Bhutto one year on

Posted by Vixen as News at 9:54 PM CST

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December 25th, 2008

Sugasm #155

Sugasm #155

The best of this week’s blogs by the bloggers who blog them. Highlighting the top 3 posts as chosen by Sugasm participants. Want in Sugasm #156? Submit a link to your best post of the week by emailing me directly at radicalvixenatgmaildotcom Participants, repost the link list within a week and you’re all set.

This Week’s Picks
I’m kind of … insatiable.
“She’s gasping already. Each breath a moan, each touch connected to the noises she makes.”

The most spankable day of the year
“And for spankos, they are a high holy day to be approached with all the reverence and gaiety of a Pagan-cum Christian holiday.”

Private club
“It’s that kind of club - the kind you have to know about, the kind that doesn’t even have a name.”

Sugasm Editor
Sex Work And Honesty: Being Childfree

Editor’s Choice
I Wonder

More Sugasm
Join the Sugasm

See also: Fleshbot’s Sex Blog Roundup each Tuesday and Friday.

HNT courtesy of Northern lights and sleepless nights.

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December 24th, 2008

Sex News Round Up

Sex News Round Up

From XBiz:
‘Kappa Girl’ Detained After Posting Sex Video
“A woman who made a video of herself performing sex acts and uploaded it to the Internet has been detained for spreading pornography, the public security bureau in Shanghai said on Friday.


The 12-minute video first appeared on the Internet at the end of October under the title “Kappa Girl at Shanghai No. 1 Department Store’s East Building.” The title refers to the sportswear shop where Huang worked. She has been reportedly dismissed from her job.”

From the BBC:
Christmas under city’s red lights
“Most of us look forward to a rest over Christmas but thousands of Londoners will work during the holiday season - including many of the city’s sex workers.


And, like all workers, they face extra financial pressure at Christmas, says IUSW spokeswoman Catherine Stephens.

“January is usually quiet so many sex workers will work more during November and December to get extra money for their kids’ presents,” she explained.”

There’s nothing really new in this story. But it was so nice to read a story where sex workers and sex work were written about respectfully that I wanted to draw attention to it.

From Reuters:
Father offers daughter to shoe-thrower
“An Egyptian man said on Wednesday he was offering his 20-year-old daughter in marriage to Iraqi journalist Muntazer al-Zaidi, who threw his shoes at U.S. President George W. Bush in Baghdad on Sunday,

The daughter, Amal Saad Gumaa, said she agreed with the idea. “This is something that would honor me. I would like to live in Iraq, especially if I were attached to this hero,” she told Reuters by telephone.

Her father, Saad Gumaa, said he had called Dergham, Zaidi’s brother, to tell him of the offer. “I find nothing more valuable than my daughter to offer to him, and I am prepared to provide her with everything needed for marriage,” he added.”

Isn’t it trippy that there are parts in the world where women can still be offered up as presents? Though I do think al-Zaidi could become a successful politician if he survives the aftermath of the shoe incident and if the US didn’t manipulate Iraq elections.

From Susie Bright’s Journal:
Rick Warren Can Either Come Out of His Closet, or Go Take a Hike
“Who the fuck— many of you are asking today — is Rick Warren? And why is he threatening to stink up Obama’s inauguration?

Well, Obama invited him. He invited this Billy Graham-pretender pastor to give the invocation at the big ball.

This is a guy who believes that every abortion is a holocaust, who thinks the Iranian PM should be assassinated by early this afternoon, who campaigned like Atilla the HUN for Proposition 8, and yet whines that he “has eaten dinner with gay people, so don’t call me phobic.”

Oh yeah, and he will fight stem cell research with his last dying breath. Don’t I wish.”

If you haven’t heard of Warren do check out Susie’s post. She has a lot of good links in it.

I’m pretty disappointed in Obama lately. I strongly disagree with some of his cabinet appointments. But part of me is trying not to overreact since he’s even not in office yet. (And the paranoid in me won’t be convinced Bush is leaving office until the day it happens.) But having this douchetastic preacher at the inauguration? What a horrible decision.

Posted by Vixen as News at 11:11 PM CST


December 23rd, 2008

Review: The Modern Kama Sutra In A Box

The Modern Kama Sutra In A Box

Da Capo Press sent me The Modern Kama Sutra in a Box by Kamini and Kirk Thomas. On the whole I enjoyed it but there were some drawbacks. From the description:
“The Modern Kama Sutra in a Box contains an illustrated book, 30 exquisite full-color cards, and a handy card case.

Transform your lovemaking into erotic ecstasy with The Modern Kama Sutra-a unique interpretation of the most ancient, renowned, and explicit guide to sexual pleasure ever written.

With stunning photographs and detailed instructions, each card describes an exciting position, from “Splitting the Bamboo” to “The Dominant Goddess.” The accompanying book explores ways to bring new sensuality and eroticism to your lovemaking. This is a book and card deck you’ll want to keep by your bedside table and refer to again and again.

It’s the ultimate package for modern lovers.”

The Modern Kama Sutra In A Box

The cards all have the name of the position, a color photograph of the couple in said position and sometimes a short quote from the Kama Sutra on the front. Details of the position appear on the back, often with another photo. Each position has a quick Difficulty (rated 1 lotus flower for easy and 4 lotus flowers for hard) and Type (deep/fast/intense/slow/gentle) rating.

The Modern Kama Sutra In A Box

The authors do a good job with the card set. The descriptions are brief and to the point. This brevity makes them a convenient sex flash card. Flip through quick, find one that looks good, read the “sex recipe” and then go try it out. Informative and useful-I like it!

The accompanying book starts off with an introduction and short history of the Kama Sutra. Then it shifts focus and explores different aspects of lovemaking in short one or two page pieces. Black and white photos appear throughout the book.

The Modern Kama Sutra In A Box

The book isn’t a quick reference tool like the cards but is still worth a read. While nothing in it exactly blew my mind I still found it interesting. Sure I know that the hands are important “making them highly sensitive and very important tools in the arts of sex and seduction.” But do I think about that on a daily basis? Reading descriptions like “With the lightest touch our hands and fingers can convey a whole world of meaning, and often far better than words, there is no simpler expression of intimacy than interlocking fingers with your lover.” make me think of this book more as a meditation tool. By directing the readers attention to these concepts it encourages reexamination and appreciation which in turn deepens intimacy.

The Modern Kama Sutra In A Box

The cons? I don’t like the box or book color. It isn’t just pink-it’s PINK!!! I find the PINK!!! color too girly girl for my tastes. A dark red would have been much better.

The Modern Kama Sutra In A Box

I wasn’t overjoyed by the couples. Maybe other readers will find the models totally hot. But the guys were too clean cut for me. I like men with lots of hair and the models didn’t have much. It’s not that they were unattractive; they just didn’t turn me on. I feel the same way about the women pictured. They’re also not unattractive but I didn’t find them sexy. On one hand I wish they would have showed lots of different couples to diversify the pictures. Different ages, different ethnicities, different cultures, a clean cut couple on one page and a dreadlocked tattooed couple on the next-that sort of thing. On the other hand using the same models helped me understand the poses better. Since that’s the whole point of the pictures maybe consistent couples makes more sense.

Is this better than just reading the real Kama Sutra? Yes and no. This modern version is much more convenient in the ‘try a new position’ department. But there’s such a charm in the real Kama Sutra-maybe it’s the illustrations or the language. I get such a thrill reading the original because it shows our ancestors could be just as kinky as we are. While I don’t think the Thomas’ version could be a replacement I do think it would make a good companion to the original.

Posted by Vixen as Reviews at 11:41 PM CST


December 22nd, 2008

Not An Affair

“It’s almost like deviance is a way to prevent cheating.”
-Cum Guzzler who often has guilt over his fetishes

Posted by Vixen as Quote Book at 10:48 PM CST

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December 21st, 2008

Have A Kinky Yule

Barely Evil Kinky Holiday

I know many Pagans who are also kinky so this gallery seemed appropriate for Yule.

Posted by Vixen as Sexy Sensations at 9:11 PM CST


December 20th, 2008

Sex Work And Honesty: Being Childfree

Mouth of Truth

Recently I had the following exchange with a client:

“Do you have any kids?”-client
“No I don’t.”-me
“You’re so full of shit.”-client

Ironically he did believe that I fucked myself with a 12″ dildo and then fisted myself while cumming over his gang rape fantasy.

This call prompted me to start a new series on honesty. There’s a lot of little lies I tell my clients. I change my appearance (mostly breast size) to fit the clients tastes. I change my marital status-some guys want me to be married, to be bisexual and have a boyfriend and girlfriend or to be a slut and have lovers in the hundreds. And of course I do the trick all good PSOs do-act like the client’s fantasy is my own. I don’t think of it as lying though. To me I’m playing a character in the client’s fantasy. I change details about myself to fit his desires for my role.

But there are a few things I won’t compromise on. One of them is my childfree status. When clients ask if I have kids I always tell them I’m not having any. I just can’t pretend otherwise. Maybe it’s because I’ve been lectured countless times since I was a little girl that I would have children. This irks me endlessly and is a guaranteed way to make me not like a person. I could just say I don’t have kids. But that implies that I could someday.

It’s almost petty that I have such a knee jerk reaction to this. I can pretend that I want to drink a guy’s piss but I cannot pretend that there’s a possibility that I might breed. I suppose every sex worker has unique limits.

Most clients are cool with my answer. But some, like the one quoted above, can’t get over it. They’ll insist that I’ll change my mind blah blah blah. I find this weird. For most of the call they’ll want me to be their fantasy girl, often doing the most kinky and perverted acts, but at the end they’ll want me to be a nice, wholesome mother of two. I don’t get it.

I’ve even had clients check up on me from time to time. “Still not having kids?” they’ll ask. One client has asked me this question every December and we’ve talked for years. He always gets upset that I’m don’t have a traditional family Christmas.

One of the hardest calls I’ve done is with Breeder Dude. BD loves that I’m in my 30s and childless. He’s convinced my biological clock is ticking and I’m craving sperm. He wants me to beg him to impregnate me. “Tell me how much you want a baby. Tell me you want to get knocked up,” he’ll say.

His calls are always hard. I feel myself cringe as I beg him to become my baby daddy. BD once asked if this fantasy really turned me on. I know he wanted me to say yes. But I couldn’t. However, I didn’t want to criticize him. Though I don’t like his kink he’s certainly free to have it. I told him it wasn’t a huge turn on but that it was very interesting exploring it with him. (A totally lame answer I know!) He replied that he knew that I was desperate for a baby and that he’d knock me up real soon. Every time he calls we talk about how I need to get pregnant. He’s a nice enough client but there’s a part of me that’s glad he only calls once every few months.

A funny tangent to BD-When I was first talking to him I had left my office door open. Mr. Radical heard me begging for a baby and poked his head in. The look of utter WTF on his face was so funny I had to keep muting myself because I couldn’t stop laughing.

Posted by Vixen as PSO Confessions at 9:57 PM CST


December 18th, 2008

Flying Spaghetti Monster Tree Topper

I like this Flying Spaghetti Monster Tree Topper much better than angels or stars.

There’s more fun holiday pics on the FSM’s site.

Posted by Vixen as Musings at 12:28 PM CST

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December 17th, 2008

National March for Sex Workers Rights

International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers

National March for Sex Workers Rights in Washington, DC
Dec. 17, 2008
Meet at Franklin Square (14st NW & Eye ST NW) near McPherson Square Station for rally and speeches.
March Gathers at noon.
March ends at The White House (1600 Pennsylvania AVE) about 3 blocks away.

Join the Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP-USA) as we march on Washington to demand rights for all sex workers! On Wednesday, December 17, 2008, advocates from across the nation will converge to mark the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. Together, we will take a stand for justice, dignity, and the freedom to do sex work safely and in dignity. We are calling for an end to the unjust laws, policing, shaming and stigma that oppress our communities and make us targets for violence. At this vibrant event, we will both honor the lives lost in 2008 and celebrate our vital movement. Some housing is available for out-of-towners - consider staying on to attend our big party that weekend. On Dec. 17th, SWOP-USA and its allies in harm reduction and social justice welcome your support as we march for sex workers rights!

See the event flyer here.

Posted by Vixen as Activism, Sex Workers at 12:32 AM CST


December 16th, 2008

Protests In Greece

Protests In Greece

Sometimes I go on news fasts where I avoid reading as much news as possible for 2-3 days. I think this is healthy. It puts all the crazy, stressful and negative information on hold. During these fasts I work on my art projects, do yoga, go on hikes. If I’ve been a hardcore news junkie I make myself go on a longer news fast to recover.

I was just on one of these fasts. The past couple of days I’ve been playing catch up by reading online news and listening to podcasts. (Does anyone else think Amy Goodman is a saint? She’s amazing.)

Have you been following the protests in Greece? Whoa. Need to catch up? Here’s some good starting points:

From The Scotsman:
Greece erupts as police kill boy, 16
“Rioters rampaged through Athens and the northern city of Thessaloniki yesterday, hurling Molotov cocktails, burning stores and blocking city streets with flaming barricades after protests against the fatal shooting of a teenager by Greek police erupted into mayhem.

Youths smashed storefronts and cars in Athens; riot police responded with tear gas. Several bank branches, shops and at least one other building were on fire in a major street leading to the capital’s police headquarters. Clashes also broke out near parliament.


In Athens, violence broke out as more than 2,000 protesters marched to the police headquarters. Youths fought riot police for about two hours before groups split off into different parts of the city. More violence was reported in Exarchia.

The two officers involved in the shooting have been suspended pending the outcome of an investigation. The police chief in the Exarchia precinct has also been suspended.”

From InfoWars:
Video reports cover Greek civil unrest
-a collection of news videos-

From CNN:
Greek protesters call for more action
“Greek students have called for daily protests starting Monday, 10 days after the police killing of a 15-year-old boy in Athens sparked demonstrations that have thrown the country into turmoil.

Monday’s sit-in is set to take place in front of the country’s national police headquarters, with students urging similar demonstrations in front of police precincts across the country.

They have called for roads to be blocked on Tuesday, a demonstration Wednesday outside the courthouse where the police involved in the shooting will be testifying, and a nationwide protest on Thursday.

Authorities are bracing for potential violence following more than a week of riots which have become an outlet for simmering anger about the economy, education and jobs.”

From Reuters:
Greece hit by 5th day of violence
“”Participation in the strike is total, the country has come to a standstill,” said Stathis Anestis, spokesman for the GSEE union federation, which called the 24-hour strike along with its public sector counterpart ADEDY, numbering millions of members.

Foreign and domestic flights were grounded, banks and schools were shut, and hospitals ran on emergency services as hundreds of thousands of Greeks walked off the job.

Unions say privatizations, tax rises and pension reform have worsened conditions, especially for the one-fifth of Greeks who live below the poverty line, just as the global downturn is hurting the 240 billion-euro economy.

“We are fed up with scandals and corruption,” said demonstrator Efi Giannisi, 38, an English teacher.”

From Google News:
Banks gas-bombed in Athens
“Five banks were attacked overnight in Athens, police said Saturday as youths prepared to assemble at the scene of a teen’s killing by police one week ago.

The attacks, using gas canisters, also targeted a local party office operated by Greece’s ruling conservative party.

There were no victims, but firefighters were called out to extinguish blazes with neighbouring stores also suffering damage to property.”

From Aljazeera:
Who are the protesters in Greece?
“The fatal police shooting of a teenager in Athens on Saturday and its violent aftermath are in many ways a spill over of a decades-long conflict that has simmered between police and far-left anarchist groups.

The violence has also laid bare a deeper anger that has been gaining ground in Greece over the government’s policies in slashing budget deficits and pushing on with unpopular reforms such as privatisations.

This anger has been exacerbated by a series of financial and political scandals among prominent members of the government of Costas Karamanlis, Greece’s prime minister.”

From Vice Magazine:
Athens-Inside U Of A(narchy)
“Why’s everybody so up in arms over the riots in Greece? These are the same kids who went fucking bonkers when the Vandals played a USO show over there. Really think they’re going to sit on their hands after a cop shoots a 15-year-old without just cause? Anyhow, while since last weekend every major media outlet has been sputtering commentary from their ergonomic desk chairs about the situation, we went right to the source and got in touch with some Greeks to see what was really doing. A day and a half later they sent over a bunch of amazing photos. They also sent us some interviews with the protesters.”

Posted by Vixen as News at 1:15 AM CST

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December 15th, 2008

The Wind Shall Hear My Words

Wind Shall Hear My Words

You may know William H. Balzac from the Sugasm. He recently released a book of poetry called The Wind Shall Hear My Words.

From the book’s description:
“How does art, in our ever-evolving lives, speak to the resiliency, the constancy, of our character as a people? William H. Balzac brings a unique perspective upon how being “different” survives the rigors of life. Seen through the lens of a post-9/11 world, his words touch upon life, love, loss, creativity, and family. This collection of poems, written over a two-year period, are a testament, and loving tribute, to our capacity to transcend the fears of the moment, and embrace the universal aspirations we all, in our own way, aspire to.”

Congratulations Bill!

Posted by Vixen as Musings at 4:36 PM CST


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