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April 30th, 2009

Gas Power

“I can use my farts for good or for evil.”

This one cracked me up.

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April 28th, 2009

Sex News Round Up

Sex news round up

From Yahoo News:
Craigslist founder isn’t closing ‘erotic’ section
“The founder of Craigslist does not plan to close the “erotic services” section of the Web site despite criticism that has intensified after a medical student was accused of killing a Boston masseuse who advertised there.

Craig Newmark contends his site already allows users to flag inappropriate material they believe should be removed.”

I say good for Newmark for keeping the erotic section in Craigslist. Yes it can be dangerous but so are a lot of things. It fills an important need. Some of my clients use Craigslist for casual sex hookups, not to mention the many sex workers who use it.

Found via Violet Blue:
Lacy Threads and Leather Straps Bind a Business
“In Pakistan, a flogger is known only as the Taliban’s choice whip for beating those who defy their strict codes of Islam.

But deep in the nation’s commercial capital, just next door to a mosque and the offices of a radical Islamic organization, in an unmarked house two Pakistani brothers have discovered a more liberal and lucrative use for the scourge: the $3 billion fetish and bondage industry in the West.

Their mom-and-pop-style garment business, AQTH, earns more than $1 million a year manufacturing 2,000 fetish and bondage products, including the Mistress Flogger, and exporting them to the United States and Europe.”

This article was pretty interesting. I had a friend who sold leather fetish clothing for a few years. He started off buying from a US wholesaler but eventually moved to having the clothes made in Pakistan to cut down on expenses.

From Skindalous:
Woman Hires Stripper to Impersonate Her at 10 Year Reunion
“This is so brilliant! Andrea Yay decided to hire a stripper to impersonate her at her 10 year reunion. The stripper dawned a wire, while Andrea sat in a hotel room -watching & hearing everything- while simultaneously telling the stipper who was who, and what to say to whom. Hilarity ensues! She filmed the whole thing as a documentary, called ”I Remember Andrea”.”

This is such an awesome idea! The preview clip is pretty funny. Her website is here.

From the New York Times again:
Faked Evidence of ‘Gay Conversion’?
“Did Masters & Johnson fake their evidence that they’d successfully “converted” more than 70 percent of men and women who were dissatisfied with their homosexuality? That claim was made in the 1979 book, “Homosexuality in Perspective,” by William Masters and Virginia Johnson. But it’s questioned in Thomas Maier’s new biography of the sexologists, “Masters of Sex.”


When the clinic’s top associate, Robert Kolodny, asked to see the files and to hear the tape-recordings of these “storybook” cases, Masters refused to show them to him. Kolodny—who had never seen any conversion cases himself—began to suspect some, if not all, of the conversion cases were not entirely true. When he pressed Masters, it became ever clearer to him that these were at best composite case studies made into single ideal narratives, and at worst they were fabricated.”"

I studied human sexuality in college and faking study evidence is so…wrong…oooh it just pisses me off and I can’t think of anything witty or intelligent to say about this story. Bah!

Posted by Vixen as News at 11:20 PM CDT

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April 27th, 2009

My So Called Digital Detox

TV Turnoff Week/Digital Detox

A week ago I blogged about TV Turnoff Week and Digital Detox Week.

How’d I do? First off I tailored the digital detox idea. I still took calls and used my laptop for PSO work and blogging. But I tried to minimize the amount of time I spent online and I didn’t use my iPod as much as I normally do.

I managed to cut down on my web surfing but I definitely could have cut down more. Me and the dog went on hikes but we do that anyway. While working on knitting projects I enjoyed the silence instead of listening to tunes. And I got more knitting done which rocked.

Questioning why I was online was helpful. I often start off reading something interesting but then 45 minutes later I’m reading something that doesn’t even relate anymore. Trying to cut down my time on the computer made me use my online time more efficiently.

Digital detox went out the window yesterday while I read about this swine flu drama. After a few hours I had to take a news break. But when a big news story breaks apparently you’ll find me planted in front of the computer, surfing away.

But overall it was a good experiement. I think I’ll try Digital Detox Week again next year.

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April 26th, 2009

Nate Phelps

Nate Phelps

From Life Without Faith:
The Incredible & Brave Nate Phelps!
“If you were fortunate enough to attend the American Atheist Convention in Atlanta, you were obviously moved by the incredible speech of Nate Phelps. If you are not familiar with Nate, he is the estranged son of the Pastor of Westboro Baptist Church, Fred Phelps (”

From Atheist Nexus:
Nate Phelps 2009 AA Speech
“For me, the story of Fred Phelps and the Westboro Baptist Church is a very long and painful one. But the first time that the wider community became aware of them was in 1991, when my father led his church in Topeka, Kansas to stage a protest against gays at a local city park. Almost the entire membership of the church consists of 9 of my 12 siblings and members of their immediate families. The community reacted with outrage at the mean-spirited and hateful nature of the protest, and sentiments on both sides escalated quickly. However, far from discouraging my father, this incited him to much greater efforts at publicly protesting all that he decided was wrong. The church was soon staging dozens of protests every week, against local politicians, businesses, and citizens who dared to speak out against him and his church. But public protests weren’t enough. My father equipped his church with a bank of fax machines, and daily sent faxes to hundreds of machines across the city and state, filled with invective and diatribes against anyone who had offended him.”

Years ago I knew a woman who was a former member of the Phelps church. She didn’t talk much about it but one time confided that she protested at funerals and had spouted the anti-gay rhetoric. She had young children and they were the reason she left.

I’m originally from the Midwest and though I’ve never had encounters with the Phelps church I have had run ins with fundamental Christians. I remember once in college a man got about two inches away from my face and screamed I was going to burn in hell because I was wearing my pentacle.

I’m impressed that Nate is talking publicly about his abusive childhood. It must be incredibly difficult but sharing his experiences gives important insight into growing up in that kind of environment.

You can read an excerpt of his upcoming book here.

Posted by Vixen as Activism at 11:13 PM CDT


April 25th, 2009

Redhead In River

Redhead In River

From this gallery. She reminds me of a redhead friend who also wears head scarfs.

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April 24th, 2009

Fetish Fridays: Teabagging

Bamboo Tea Room II

From Capitol Hill Blue:
Enough of this tea bagging obscenity parading as politics!
“Leave it to Republican frat boys to want to teabag someone. These guys have never grown up: they revel in obscene frat boy double entendres thinking that the poor democrat schmuks who were never pledged to a fraternity would not know the joke.


teabagging has multiple meanings.
1) a man that squats on top of a womens face and lowers his genitals into her mouth during sex, known as “teabagging”
2) One who slaps another person in the face with their nad sack.
I just teabagged your sister
3) someone who rubs their crouch in someone else’s face, they can have underpants on, but most of the time there are no underpants.”

Personally, I think some pervert named these protests. And all the closeted kinkster journalists were laughing it up while belittling Americans who were honestly protesting the system before Fox News co-opted the event.

I’ve done my fair share of ball slapping and ball sucking calls. Though the fantasy often fits the definition of teabagging, few of my clients use the term.

Often teabagging fantasies involve humiliation. I use my dildo to slut train their mouth and ass. Many times their ass is called a pussy. Then I “force” them to suck a real cock and real balls before offering up their ass/pussy to their new male master.

Before sucking the cock the submissives worship the balls. The most common position is the submissive on his knees while the man stands in front of them and slowly lowers the balls into his mouth. From time to time a client will use the word “teabagging” during this part of the fantasy though it’s rare.

After licking the balls for awhile the submissives sucks the cock. Sometimes the fantasy ends with him making the man cum and sucking down his cum. Other times he sucks down the cum and continues sucking the cock to get it hard again for the ass/pussy fucking.

Fetish Fridays
Fetish Fridays: Sploshing
Fetish Fridays: Robot Sex
Fetish Fridays: Humiliation
Fetish Fridays: Glory Holes
Fetish Fridays: Shoe Fetish
Fetish Fridays: Achoo!
Fetish Fridays: Tickle Fetish
Fetish Fridays: Doggy Boy
Fetish Fridays: Smoking Fetish
Fetish Fridays: Latex Love
Fetish Fridays: Furries
Fetish Fridays: Exhibitionism
Fetish Fridays: Chastity
Fetish Fridays: Pony Play
Fetish Fridays: Hirsutism
Fetish Fridays: Sploshing Revisited
Fetish Fridays: Interview With A Sissy

Posted by Vixen as PSO Confessions, Fetish Fridays at 10:57 PM CDT


April 22nd, 2009


“A few more calls like this and you’re going to be like a gambling addiction.”
-new client

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April 21st, 2009

Survelliance Camera Pervs?

From the San Francisco Chronicle:
FBI workers accused of spying on dressing room
“Two FBI workers are accused of using surveillance equipment to spy on teenage girls as they undressed and tried on prom gowns at a charity event at a West Virginia mall.

The FBI employees have been charged with conspiracy and committing criminal invasion of privacy. They were working in an FBI satellite control room at the mall when they positioned a camera on temporary changing rooms and zoomed in for at least 90 minutes on girls dressing for the Cinderella Project fashion show, Marion County Prosecutor Pat Wilson said Monday.


The Cinderella Project at the Middletown Mall in the north-central West Virginia town of Fairmont drew hundreds of girls from 10 high schools in five counties. Organizer Cynthia Woodyard said volunteers, donors and participants are angry.

“I can’t even begin to put words around what I consider an unspeakable act, the misuse of surveillance by a branch of our government in a place we felt so secure,” she said. “Never in a million years would we have thought something like this would happen. We’re in shock.”"

I’m not shocked, but I do wonder what the charges would be if these men weren’t FBI agents. Certainly they’d be facing more than “conspiracy and committing criminal invasion of privacy”.

Posted by Vixen as News at 11:02 PM CDT


April 20th, 2009

TV Turnoff Week/Digital Detox Week

TV Turnoff Week/Digital Detox 4/20

From Adbusters:
Digital Detox Week
“Adbusters challenges you to do the unthinkable: unplug. Say good-bye to Twitter and Facebook. Turn off your TV, iPhone and Xbox. For seven days, reconnect with the natural world and the people around you. You’ll be amazed at how the magic creeps back into your life. Don’t be afraid and don’t find excuses, just take the plunge and see what happens.”

I found out about Digital Detox Week when I was searching Adbusters for info on this year’s Turn Off TV Week. Damn, turning off all digital equipment for the week?! Erm…

I think TV Turnoff Week is great activism. And I’ll admit that celebrating it is pretty simple since I don’t even own one. But a week without any of my electronics? I use both my computer and phone for PSO work so I can’t go cold turkey. Though I can certainly cut down on the mindless surfing. My iPod is one of my favorite toys-I listen to tunes while knitting. Can I cut down on it? Sure…but man this is more of a challenge that I had anticipated. Still, I’m gonna try to detox a bit.

Though I won’t be detoxing completely I’ll try to cut down on my digital use and see how it feels. I’ll still be blogging and checking email. Most likely I’ll write up some blog posts ahead of schedule and only check email a couple of times a day.

If a week of digital detox sounds like too much, why not just turn off the TV?

From White Dot:
TV Turnoff Week 2009
“Challenge your work or classmates to get out of the box for a week! Download our TV Turnoff 2009 poster, print it out and make photocopies. Put them up in the kitchens, cafeterias, pubs and train stations. Stick them over any poster for a TV show! Make people curious about the life they’re missing.”

Posted by Vixen as Activism at 11:33 AM CDT

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April 19th, 2009

Bush Torture Memos

Bush Torture Memos

From the ACLU:
RELEASED: The Bush Administration’s Secret Legal Memos
“On April 16, 2009, the Department of Justice released four secret memos used by the Bush administration to justify torture. ”

Here’s what you can read:
-A 18-page memo, dated August 1, 2002, from Jay Bybee, Assistant Attorney General, OLC, to John A. Rizzo, General Counsel CIA.
-A 46-page memo, dated May 10, 2005, from Steven Bradbury, Acting Assistant Attorney General, OLC, to John A. Rizzo, General Counsel CIA.
-A 20-page memo, dated May 10, 2005, from Steven Bradbury, Acting Assistant Attorney General, OLC, to John A. Rizzo, General Counsel CIA.
-A 40-page memo, dated May 30, 2005, from Steven Bradbury, Acting Assistant Attorney General, OLC, to John A. Rizzo, General Counsel CIA.

Surely Obama, a Constitutional lawyer back in the day, will want to prosecute people involved in this right? Turns out, not so much:

From Salon:
Obama to release OLC torture memos; promises no prosecutions for CIA officials
“In a just-released statement, Barack Obama announced that — in response to an ACLU FOIA lawsuit — he has ordered four key Bush-era torture memos released, and the Associated Press, citing anonymous Obama sources, is reporting that “there is very little redaction, or blacking out, of detail in the memos.” Marc Ambinder reports that only the names of the CIA agents involved will be redacted; everything else will be disclosed. Simultaneously, and certainly with the intent to placate angry intelligence officials, Attorney General Eric Holder has “informed CIA officials [though not necessarily Bush officials] who used waterboarding and other harsh interrogation tactics on terror suspects that they will not be prosecuted,” and Obama announced the same thing in his statement.


They explicitly recognized that the techniques they were authorizing were ones that we condemned other countries for using — including as “torture” — but nonetheless approved them, explicitly saying that the standards we impose on others do not bind us in any way


Needless to say, I vehemently disagree with anyone — including Obama — who believes that prosecutions are unwarranted. These memos describe grotesque war crimes — legalized by classic banality-of-evil criminals and ordered by pure criminals — that must be prosecuted if the rule of law is to have any meaning. But the decision of whether to prosecute is not Obama’s to make; ultimately, it is Holder’s and/or a Special Prosecutor’s. More importantly, Obama can only do so much by himself. The Obama administration should, on its own, initiate criminal proceedings, but the citizenry also has responsibilities here. These acts were carried out by our Government, and if we are really as repulsed by them as we claim, then the burden is on us to demand that something be done.”

The Salon article above is a good write up of the news and contains several updates. I want to add that the release of these memos is an excellent reason to become a member of the ACLU. You can do that here.

Posted by Vixen as News at 11:56 PM CDT

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April 18th, 2009

Niki Flynn Film Rejected By British Board of Film Censors

Niki Flynn

From Niki Flynn’s blog:
The People vs. Niki Flynn
“The British Board of Film Censors has just examined my “naked, humiliated body” in exhaustive detail and declared it “potentially harmful and dangerous”.


Under the Video Recordings Act (1984) the BBFC must have special regard “to any harm that may be caused to potential viewers or, through their behaviour, to society because of the manner in which the work deals with or stimulates or encourages criminal, violent or horrific behaviour, illegal drugs, or human sexual activity.”


That’s what bothers me most - the perceived need for an established moral judgment in the film. The vast majority of us know the difference between right and wrong and we’re not going to be confused by a 1984-style torture scenario simply because there’s no Greek chorus telling us that the torturer is a Bad Man.”

The Register has a write up about it.
British film board rejects ‘disturbing’ sexual torture film
“The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) have issued a rare rejection notice for a “disturbing and realistic” DVD called NF713.

A spokeswoman for the BBFC denied that the decision was in any way influenced by the new extreme porn law, adding that they did not feel it breached that legislation in any way. Opponents of that law immediately questioned whether the government had not now created an impossible legal position, according to which certain material that was not illegal to possess was nonetheless illegal to publish.”

Posted by Vixen as News, Sex Workers at 11:36 PM CDT

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April 16th, 2009

Sugasm #163

Sugasm #163

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 #164? Submit a link to your best post of the week using this form. Participants, repost the link list within a week and you’re all set.

This Week’s Picks
Another Night With My Beer Buddy
“She nodded, her eyes closing with pleasure, his arm working.”

Blowjob in Red
“My voice descended into lust.”

Her dirty talk got me off. twice.
“Why does that turn me on so goddamn much?”

Sugasm Editor
Sex Work And Honesty: The Correct Answer

Editor’s Choice
Stockinged Feet

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

Cell popping courtesy of Mystress Lady Evyl.

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April 15th, 2009

Torture, Afghanis-Wait! The Obama’s Got A Puppy!

Obama on Afghanistan and puppies

From Mother Jones:
At the White House, Joking about a Torture Investigation?
“I was asked to go on Hardball on Tuesday night to discuss the news that Spanish prosecutors are likely to recommend a full investigation be conducted to determine if six former Bush administration officials—including ex-Attorney General Alberto Gonzales—ought to be indicted for having sanctioned torture at Guantanamo. So I thought I’d ask White House press secretary Robert Gibbs about the matter.

This could become a true headache for the White House—a high-profile case in which Spanish prosecutors bring charges against Gonzales; Douglas Feith, former undersecretary of defense; David Addington, former counsel to Vice President Dick Cheney; William Haynes, a former Pentagon lawyer; and John Yoo and Jay Bybee, two former Justice Department officials. Several steps must occur before any prosecution proceeds. If the prosecutors determine a full criminal investigation is warranted–as is expected–it will be up to a Spanish judge to open a full-fledged inquiry that could produce indictments. He could decide not to accept the recommendation. And, of course, it’s possible that an investigation could end without indictments. The Spanish hook for the case is a simple one: Five Guantanamo detainees were either Spanish citizens or residents. And, by the way, Spanish courts claim jurisdiction that extends to other nations when it comes to torture and war crimes.”

This story and the next are pretty important I’d say.

From The End Run:
Former Obama Advisor and CFR VP says 100,000+ Troops, 10+ more years needed in Afghanistan
“Korb discussed Obama’s plans for Afghansistan at length. He said, “The indications are that, you know, he’s gonna be going big in Afghanistan.”

He acknowledged that this is a betrayal of what his supporters — many of whom are anti-war — were led to believe about Obama’s agenda during his campaign.

“A lot of people say, ‘Well, no. We voted for him because we didn’t want [to go] to any wars!’” Korb said with an amused smirk.

In a mocking tone, he continued: “And… you know on the ‘BLOGOSPHERE’ you should see the stuff. I mean, these people are mobilizing to stop going to Afghanistan.””


“Korb went on to say (possibly still in presidential ventriloquist mode), “You’re gonna have to have at least 100,000 troops… and what we’re gonna do is we’re gonna put the troops in the areas to protect the population [inaud] where the Taliban is. That’s gonna be more casualities, okay? And you’re gonna have to do that, and it’s gonna be expensive.””

Funny how the attitude towards the blogosphere has changed. Remember during the election how the Obama camp loved using the internet to mobilize supporters?

But there’s no time for that. The Obama’s got a dog!

From CNN:
First dog Bo meets White House press corps
“Bo the Portuguese water dog made his White House debut under cloudy skies Tuesday afternoon, spending several minutes taking his new family on a lively romp over the South Lawn with frequent stops for hearty sniffs at his new surroundings.

Bo landed on all four feet at his fourth home in his six short months of life, fulfilling President Obama’s campaign promise to get his daughters a dog in return for all the time he spent on the road during the long presidential fight.

“He’s a star. He’s got star quality,” the president said of the black curly pup with white front feet and chest and a lion-cut tail.”

Sigh. I couldn’t believe how much reporters humped their desks in excitement over this damn new dog.

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April 13th, 2009

Suppository Love

“They really work exceptionally. They’re making me feel all queasy.”
-enema lover trying suppositories

Posted by Vixen as Quote Book at 9:04 PM CDT

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