Hollie Stevens, who died a year ago this month, posthumously endorses the outsider “Clown Porn.”
Does fetish porn begin at conception?
Gram Ponante goes in search of a mannequin without a dildo
… if you’re going to call a title “Hairy in Europe,” you’ve got to get hairier, and perhaps film at the bottom of the Danube, and maybe throw your cigarettes in the street more.
I’m pretty sure there never was a baby.
“It is getting pretty gay in this prison,” we think.
“The ones that know, know it really well,” Revell says. “And they know how to be sexy. They know how to walk, how to look at you.”
“The Nightmare Galaxy is mine!” proclaimed Psylocke, powder emanating from her skin-tight rubber exosleleton.
Part 3 of 3 For a person who was reluctant to be interviewed, PD is doing a lot of talking. “Steve Jobs understood that shades of gray are important,” he is saying in a dressing room at InSex, Oakland’s BDSM porn studio. “As a user experience, the 8-bit world was restrictive. I see people knocking…
Do you mind being kissed and fondled by a lecher?
We are in the Oakland studio of InSex, the legendary BDSM company, which I will learn in the next few days is part theatre troupe, part cult of personality, and part finishing school for perverts. Part 1 of 3.
Julie Simone, for all her cruelty on film, is one of the least angry people I know, and her new “Deconstructed Beauty” t-shirt line takes an often-whimsical look at celebrities from the world of the BDSM arts.
The scene was for Kink.com’s site “Wired Pussy,” and the poor Georgia-bred Jane was about to have some shocking things happen to her.
Gram Ponante explains the balloon fetish like you’re some kind of idiot
At the devices of Rebecca Reynolds, Julie Simone gets redder and redder still in “50 Shades of Red,” a fine bit of revenge bondage that involves so much candle wax and slapping that you’d swear you were home for the holidays.
If 2 Live Crew met actual talent, they might have created a song like XL’s “Mean Bitches.”
As both America’s Beloved Porn Journalist and a Costco Executive Member, I am uniquely qualified to write about both the phenomenon of “50 Shades of Grey” versus the heightened reality of “The Truth About O.”.
Wibbly-wobbly, nudey wudey
These fragments would tell us a lot about Japanese culture if we were the type to believe that a culture’s pornography is any indication of that culture’s values.
Claire Adams is one of those expert riggers who happens to look really good doing it.