Women of Pleasure ~ The Floating World of Desire

September 14, 2011

In the floating world where all things change Love never changes by promising never to change. (Geisha song) Courtesans, Prostitutes, & Geisha During Edo-period Japan (1600-1867), the yujo were the highest class of all courtesans. These sex professionals were trained in the bedroom arts from the time they were young: blossoming into womanhood, mastering the [...]

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Confessions of a Once Lolita

September 8, 2011

(photo from the 1962 film “Lolita”) “You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.” ~Pablo Neruda It was mid-July in New York City. The subway was crowded, and my aunt and I were squeezed together. No air and the stuffy, awful smell of the crowded subway car. I was wearing [...]

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In The Mood for Erotica

August 31, 2011

“The voice of the sea is seductive; never ceasing, whispering, clearing, murmuring, inviting the soul to wander for a spell in the abysses of solitude; to lose itself in mazes of inward contemplation. The voice of the sea speaks to the soul. The touch of the sea is sensuous, enfolding the body in its soft, [...]

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Goddess du Jour: Kiki, Queen of Montparnasse

August 24, 2011

Kiki? She deserved her reputation as the queen of Montparnasse. ~ Andre Salmon A young girl of barely eighteen, porcelain skin, short, deep black hair, sauntered through the bar with feline grace and a certain aura of sexual verve. She wore a threadbare shawl over her dress and shoes that made her seem like a [...]

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Arousal, Desire, and the Lightness of Being

August 16, 2011

Spanking. The rules of the dungeon were such as to initiate me as a submissive. No one graduated to become a dominatrix until they were a submissive first. I wore a white lace bodice that corseted me in and a garter belt with white thigh-high stockings. My submissive attire was to look girlish and innocent. [...]

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Goddess du Jour: Isabel Allende

August 10, 2011

Isabel Allende was born in Peru and raised in Chile. She worked as as journalist until she began writing fiction. Her first novel, The House of the Spirits (La casa de los espíritus) (1982), was made into a film. When Isabel Allende worked as a journalist, she wrote an interview with Pablo Neruda, the Chilean poet. Neruda, during [...]

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The Kiss : Erotic Love Poem

August 10, 2011

He came through her door their eyes met the first time. Their bodies suddenly together without hesitation. Embrace. Arms tangled, holding each other scent of each other’s skin discovered. Kiss It was the kiss of lovers in a film noir as she stood, weightless, nearly breathless. But his kiss was real, unlike a fairytale kiss, or a romance novel kiss. His kiss, fragile and strong and [...]

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Two Erotic Poems for Lovers

August 7, 2011

The Lovers by Dorianne Laux (b. 1952) She is about to come. This time, they are sitting up, joined below the belly, feet cupped like sleek hands praying at the base of each other’s spines. And when something lifts within her toward a light she’s sure, once again, she can’t bear, she opens her eyes [...]

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Ravishing & Sexy Videos by Cafe Glow

August 3, 2011

I have much to thank Violet Blue for, as she is truly a gifted sex blogger. I admire her for her style, and it is because of Violet that I discovered Cafe Glow. Thank you, Violet, for being my sex blogging muse extraordinaire. This video of Tatiana in Ravishing is one that captured my attention [...]

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Good Girl, Bad Girl

August 2, 2011

I was leaning over a leather saddle inside of a barn. The floor inside was covered in hay. The snow outside fell in feathery drifts. He held a riding crop in his left hand, pulling down my white lace panties with the other. The cold, brisk air was icy against my bare skin. I was [...]

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