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July 31st, 2009

Pink Panties

model on couch

From this gallery. I like the pics where the model shows a smile. It makes it fun.

Posted by Vixen as Sexy Sensations at 9:46 PM CDT

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July 30th, 2009

Sex News Round Up

Sex News Round Up

From Newsweek:
Only You. And You. And You.
“Terisa and Matt and Vera and Larry—along with Scott, who’s also at this dinner—are not swingers, per se; they aren’t pursuing casual sex. Nor are they polygamists of the sort portrayed on HBO’s Big Love; they aren’t religious, and they don’t have multiple wives. But they do believe in “ethical nonmonogamy,” or engaging in loving, intimate relationships with more than one person—based upon the knowledge and consent of everyone involved. They are polyamorous, to use the term of art applied to multiple-partner families like theirs, and they wouldn’t want to live any other way.”

There’s nothing really new in this story. I’m just happy to see a mainstream news story treat an alternative sexuality with respect.

From Express Buzz:
‘No’ to escort led to Arzoo Ali’s murder
“It was her denial to ‘oblige’ a desperate junior artiste which led to the murder of Arzoo Ali who was found dead at Sindhuri Lodge in Ramgopalpet recently.

Referring to her as a high class call girl, sleuths of North Zone task force team on Wednesday arrested Jangam Rajeshwaraiah alias Raju for the murder of the 25-year-old and a mother of two. Raju, a junior artiste and a resident of Shaikpet, brutally killed Arzoo simply because she refused to have sex with him.”

Another sex worker falls victim to violence. I’ve got nothing to add. It’s just sad.

From Times Online:
Sudanese woman risks flogging over ‘indecent’ trousers
“A woman journalist is taking on the feared Sudanese morality police to challenge the country’s draconian laws on public dress, insisting on being tried for the crime of wearing trousers in public and risking a punishment of 40 lashes.


At the time of her arrest Ms Hussein was wearing long, loose dark green trousers, a colourful thigh-length shirt and a patterned green hijab or Islamic headscarf. She wore the same outfit to her court appearance yesterday.”

Wearing the same outfit to court is a clever touch.

Posted by Vixen as News, Sex Workers at 11:49 PM CDT

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July 29th, 2009

Gates 911 Caller Talks To Reporters

Lucia Whalen

911 caller in Gates case speaks out
“But when an elderly woman stopped her on Ware Street earlier this month and explained that someone appeared to be breaking into a nearby home, Lucia Whalen used her cellphone to make the call that led to the arrest of Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and spawned a national controversy about race relations.

Since then, Whalen has been called a racist and has become a target of scorn by those who suggested she would have never made the call had two white men been seen struggling to open what had been a broken front door. The 40-year-old daughter of Portuguese immigrants said she has even been threatened.

In her first public comments, Whalen today contradicted a police report by the arresting officer, saying she had never told Cambridge Police Sergeant James Crowley that the men were black. She said she barely talked to Crowley.”


In a press conference today, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said the president would likely hold what’s being dubbed “the beer summit” between Gates and Crowley at a picnic table behind the White House. He added the president will drink Bud Light and his guests will be offered their preferred beverages.


Whalen’s attorney Wendy Murphy said she didn’t expect an invitation and called it “funny” that Whalen wasn’t asked to come. “While the three men will have a beer at the White House, ‘The one person whose actions have been exemplary will be at work tomorrow in Cambridge, ” Murphy said. “Maybe it’s a guy thing. She doesn’t like beer, anyway.”"

I have a few thoughts, well questions really. While I’ll agree that a meeting dealing with race is a great idea doesn’t calling it a “beer summit” cheapen it?

Her attorney makes an excellent point. The policemen involved were invited. Why wasn’t Whalen?

Why does she have an attorney? Did she really have to get one just for making a 911 call?

Posted by Vixen as News at 11:26 PM CDT

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July 26th, 2009

Sexy Art?

“I like the way your breasts are formed. Not from a sexual way but in an art way.”
-new client

Posted by Vixen as Quote Book at 9:41 PM CDT

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July 25th, 2009

Crafty Courtesan

The latest issue of $pread Magazine features my new column Crafty Courtesan. This secret was tough to keep! I’m so glad I can share it now.

Crafty Courtesan

Here’s the photo the Mouse Muffler illustration was based on:

Crafty Courtesan

And another muffler being used:

Crafty Courtesan

If you make your own Mouse Muffler please send pics to radicalvixenatgmaildotcom and I’ll post them here.

Are you a crafty sex worker? Send me your crafty project ideas and I may feature it in a future column.

Posted by Vixen as Sex Workers at 9:04 PM CDT

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July 23rd, 2009

Fired Over Wife’s Porn Career?

Scott Janke

From Yahoo News:
Fla. town employee fired over porn actress wife
“The mayor of a small southwest Florida town on Thursday defended the town council’s decision to fire its city manager after officials learned his wife is an adult film actress.

Fort Myers Beach Mayor Larry Kiker insisted that Scott Janke’s termination had nothing to do with his spouse’s job, that the town was merely trying to maintain order.


Added Howard Simon, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida: “His firing may run up against Florida’s law that prohibits discrimination based on marital status.”"

Oh come on Kiker. It’s obvious Janke was fired because of his wife’s sex work. This is disgusting. I hope he gets his job back.

Posted by Vixen as News at 11:41 PM CDT

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July 22nd, 2009

Iran Coverage VS Honduras Coverage

Democracy Now

While reading about the political turmoil in both Iran and Honduras I kept noting how mainstream media covered the two situations so vastly different. Maybe it’s just me; maybe I don’t have enough knowledge of both countries history. Recently I found a Democracy Now interview with John Pilger that I found interesting. The whole interview is worth reading, or watching if you prefer, but here’s a part I wanted to highlight:

From Democracy Now:
John Pilger on Honduras, Iran, Gaza, the Corporate Media, Obama’s Wars, and Resisting the American Empire
“AMY GOODMAN: John, talk about the contrast between the media coverage of the Iranian elections and the Honduran coup and the response to it on the ground.

JOHN PILGER: Well, you know, you take the New York Times. The New York Times basically has said that—in so many words, that the Iranian protests represent a mass movement, embracing the majority in that country. Now, there’s no doubt that among the people protesting, the many people protesting in the streets of Iran, are those who want another Iran, those who want greater freedoms—we’ve heard from them in the past—but without any smoking gun, without any credible information, without any evidence that that election in Iran was rigged, rigged to get rid of something like ten million votes.

I mean, I don’t think anyone doubts that in an election like Iran’s, like an election in the United States, there is fraud. In most elections, there are. And there may well have been extensive fraud in the Iranian election. But the way our perception of those events in Iran has been manipulated is to suggest that this was a great—a revolution that was set to overthrow the Islamic Revolution of 1979. That’s just simply not true. That has preoccupied the mainstream media, has been on the front pages and top of the news on the networks.

Contrast that with Honduras, yes, it has been a news item, but way at the end of Michael Jackson. And we’ve—as a main component of this news item has been the Obama administration’s alleged condemnation of the Honduran coup. But if you look at the condemnation, which is built on the fact that they said that—they’ve said that—well, they tried to sway the Honduran military from staging the coup—and I have to say, Hillary Clinton doesn’t want to call it a coup, because if she called it a coup, the Foreign Assistance Act would kick in, and she’d have to withdraw all the military support to the 600 US military personnel who are based in Honduras. But she said, and administration officials have said, “Look, we tried to persuade the Honduran military from going ahead with this.” Well, turn that around, as that means that they knew that a coup was coming, and it just beggars belief that they didn’t play a major role in the events, that may well have got out of their control. They may well have not wanted the coup in its present form, in its present crude form, to happen, but they knew about it. It so parallels the 2002 coup against Chavez. Now, that story, which it really is, the kernel of that news story, it is really what matters in that news story, did—well, did the US play its traditional role or not? And why has the elected president of Honduras been kicked out of his country? That’s been relegated.

So, you have two news stories. You have the Iranian story of protests for freedom. That’s approved, that’s a worthy story. You have the Honduras story of our friends in the south just getting a little bit out of control. That’s an unworthy story. Two different perceptions in two very, very important areas.”

Posted by Vixen as News at 10:35 PM CDT

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July 21st, 2009

Pink Shawl

nude model with pink shawl

From this gallery. Clever use of color.

Posted by Vixen as Sexy Sensations at 10:38 AM CDT

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July 20th, 2009

Sex News Round Up

Sex News Round Up

From Yahoo News:
NZ porn king vows to push ahead with “Boobs on Bikes”
“A porn entrepreneur has vowed to go ahead with his annual “Boobs on Bikes” parade of topless women in Auckland, despite financial woes and the opposition of the city’s mayor.


Auckland Mayor John Banks says he is vehemently opposed to the parade of topless porn stars, which attracts thousands of spectators, but is powerless to stop them.

A court ruled last year the parades are legal after the Auckland City Council, which Banks heads, tried to have them stopped.”

It seems Mayor Banks is outnumbered by the “thousands of spectators” that do like the parade. Good for them!

From BBC News:
Lessons for Karachi sex workers
“Zeba Raman is a 28-year-old Pakistani sex worker. Born into the profession in Karachi’s red light district of Napier Road, she plies her trade all over the city.


Pakistan’s first workshop on health awareness among sex workers has contributed to a new spirit of openness in the profession.

“Earlier we were doing our jobs secretly, but now we can raise our voice for our rights,” Ms Raman says.


The three-day event was recently held in Karachi by Gender & Reproductive Health Forum (GRHF) - a local social welfare organisation - in collaboration with the United Nations Fund for Population (UNFPA). ”

This was an uplifting article. It sounds both empowering and educational for the sex workers that attended.

From Reuters:
Berlin “sex academy” offers tips for visitors
“Wannabe Latin lovers can improve their technique by playing with the erogenous zones of naked mannequins at a new interactive exhibition that has now opened in Berlin.

The “Amora sex academy” that opened in Berlin on Thursday welcomes visitors with the wry slogan, “Finally — an exhibition for those who always have to touch everything.”


Next to it is what the museum called its “Spank-o-meter.” It measures the level of pleasure a mannequin receives when spanked with a leather whip.”

This sounds like a neat exhibition. I wish they had written more about the “Spank-o-meter”. How do they figure out how much pleasure the mannequin gets? People respond to spankings in such different ways-maybe they averaged it out?

From via Border Thinking on Migration, Trafficking and Commercial Sex:
German Sex Industry’s Bid To Bounce Back
“The sex industry in Germany has been hit hard by the global financial crisis, inspiring brothel owners to offer all kinds of perks to help boost business.


Customers who arrive on foot or by bicycle, or who can show their public transportation tickets are offered a $4.50 dollar discount off the usual $55 fee for 30 minutes.


The initiative, according to Rau, came from the prostitutes’ union, who proposed a discount measure as a way of helping the long-term jobless out of depression.”

This one is pretty clever. I like it.

Posted by Vixen as News at 11:29 PM CDT

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July 18th, 2009

Wardrobe Malfunction

JT Stockroom latex tank top and leggings

Recently I did a prodom session. Before the play time began my client and I were going to dinner. I had picked out the perfect dress-classy enough for a fancy restaurant but hippie enough to reflect my personality.

About an hour before the session I started getting ready. Hair and make-up were done first. Then I slipped on my dress and looked in the mirror. My stomach flipped over. It was too big! The bodice fabric was floppy and my cleavage was non-existent.

In the last couple years I’ve lost some weight. It’s nothing too dramatic-after all most of my clothes still fit. But I have dropped down in dress size. I’ve also dropped two cups in bra size.

Looking in the mirror I knew I couldn’t wear the dress to dinner. It made me look like a sloppy hippie and nothing like a mistress. Not to worry I thought=I’ll just grab my strapless bra. A few months ago I had replaced all my bras but had forgotten about my strapless one.

As soon as I put it on my stomach did another flip. My breasts barely filled the cups. There was only twenty minutes before my client was supposed to arrive and I didn’t have anything to wear! There was no time to go buy something new. I felt so panicked. For a moment I had a wild plan to stuff my bra with toilet paper to fill out the cups. Thankfully I didn’t try that.

But then I remembered packing my overnight bag. Didn’t I throw in a second dress right before leaving? I ran over to my bag and dug through it. There it was, rolled up next to my knitting. I quickly dressed and checked myself in the mirror. My breasts fit the bodice and the dress wasn’t baggy. There was a tie around the neck so I could even adjust it to get great cleavage. Whew-the session was saved!

It was a stressful moment but I learned an important lesson. Always try on the session outfit well in advance of the actual session. And always bring a spare outfit just in case.

Posted by Vixen as PSO Confessions at 11:41 PM CDT


July 17th, 2009

Well Thanks

“You just have the nicest vagina.”
-regular client

Posted by Vixen as Quote Book at 10:14 PM CDT

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July 15th, 2009

Outsourcing War?

outsourcing war

From via Poe News:
Private contractors replacing troops in Iraq, Afghanistan
“If you thought the end of American intervention in foreign wars was nearing, think again. President Obama has been replacing soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan with private contractors—some 250,000 are currently deployed overseas—including Black Water (operating under another alias.)

Contractors are not subject to the same guidelines as our soldiers, and thus, have not been held accountable for the misdeeds they have afflicted upon civilian populations in the past.”

There’s a short video that follows the story.

“Support our private contractors” doesn’t have the same ring as “Support our troops” does it?

Posted by Vixen as News at 11:10 PM CDT

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July 14th, 2009

Sex News Update

Judge Alex Kozinski

Back in June of 2008 I blogged about Judge Alex Kozinski recussing himself from Ira Isaacs’s obscenity case. (It turned out that the judge had a naughty web site of his own.) Earlier this month Kozinski’s wrist was officially slapped.

From CNN:
Judge Kozinski admonished for explicit items on Web site
“A judicial council on Thursday admonished the chief judge of the nation’s largest federal appeals court for having “sexually explicit photos and videos” on his personal Web site, but decided against any further punishment.

Judge Alex Kozinski, 58, of the San Francisco, California-based 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals previously apologized and had recommended an investigation because of the public controversy over the material.

A panel of judges assigned to investigate concluded Kozinski’s “possession of sexually explicit offensive material combined with his carelessness in failing to safeguard his sphere of privacy was judicially imprudent.” His actions, the panel wrote, “can reasonably be seen as having resulted in embarrassment to the institution of the federal judiciary.”

But Kozinski was not disciplined because he had removed himself from an ongoing obscenity trial when news broke of the visual material on, which the judge launched in 2002, according to the 41-page opinion issued by the judicial council.”

Mind you, I don’t think Kozinski did anything wrong. Having porn pics on one’s computer or website is fine. It’s the double standard that pisses me off. Kozinski likes porn and gets off since he’s a high ranking judge. Isaacs produces porn and gets tried for obscenity.

Posted by Vixen as News at 11:12 AM CDT

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July 13th, 2009

The Latest $pread

$pread Magazine alt porn issue

The latest issue of $pread is out. I’m particularly excited about this issue! Details to come as soon as my copy comes in the mail.

You can subscribe to $pread here.

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

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