Category Archives: porn

The Pocket Pussy

Amazon has outdone itself in the sexual “wellness” department. Strictly X-rated.

I thought about posting the PP’s picture but decided not to. Go see it and other, uh, tools of the trade here. Don’t miss the sex dolls, inflatable and headless, and, especially, the hands-free model.

Fanny Hill’s delightful romps

Fanny Hill is allegedly the oldest erotic novel in the English language. Published in 1749, it is distinguished by the fact that it contains no bad words.

Nary a f**k or a c**t or a c**k or a pr**k. The latter two are usually referred to as machines. Or engines. And then described at, uh, length. With a rosy head.

Pornographers were a lot more inventive in those days. Nevertheless, it was, in former centuries, one of the most frequently banned books.”

No surprise there, as it is erotic as all get-out, and would attract the attention of prudes to a fare-thee-well. In fact it was banned when it was published and sold only in pirated versions. So it’s not startling that the University of London has banned it from the curriculum, fearing it will offend students. Particularly the liberal female ones. Couldn’t offend the males, not the majority of them.

I’m rereading it. And enjoying Fanny’s delightful romps as I did when I was, oh, in my thirties or thereabouts. It’s not quite as good as Anne Rice’s “Sleeping Beauty” trilogy. But only because Rice’s is more modern. Fanny Hill’s sentences are so godawful long it’s easy to lose your place. But it’s worth the effort. I recommend it. It beats “Shades of Grey” all hollow.

Via Power Line Blog

Got tired of losing money, I guess

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Playboy brings, ahem, back the nudes. Was not aware they had left, but I tired of PB long ago. Must be a challenge to compete with the ubiquity of Internet porn. But giving up the nekkid wimins entirely clearly isn’t the solution.

Sword Porn

The fourth book of the Game of Thrones series has its good points. The character building in A Feast for Crows is as good as in the first three books and the plot certainly quickens and thickens. But sometimes the good novelry is shamefully overshadowed by the porn.

Not the sexual play descriptions. mind you. They are as stimulating as the erotic novels of Ann Rice. No, George R.R. Martin loves his violence. Especially his torture scenes, which set the teeth on edge. Sword porn is a good name for it, even when razors are the weapons of choice. Unless you like fright and blood.

Not that I’m not still hooked on the tale. I just like to note complaints now and then and it’s easier to do it here than on Amazon where my helpful rating would suffer in the series’ overwhelming popularity.