“Apart from the very real fear of a harsh backlash from a spouse, most men and women in affairs fear extreme judgment and condemnation from their families, friends, co-workers, and society in general,” explains Martin Himel, writer, director, narrator and producer of the new documentary Infidelity. “So why do they agree, you might ask? I believe they talk because they have a need to get their feelings ‘off their chest.’ They have something to say—right or wrong—and want to be heard.”
How does a perfectly nice, heterosexual girl end up wearing a strap-on and fucking man-ass? I’ll tell you how: desire to witness intense male pleasure. I swoon with intoxication just remembering it as I sit and write.
Foot fucking is an art of it’s own. It demands good muscle control on the part of the person with fabulous feet (i.e. me)—particularly in the thighs—and the ability to sustain a repetitive action for longish periods of time. Giving a 'foot job' is not as easy at it appears. It also requires strength. The grunt of pleasure when I push my feet together around a ready, willing and very able cock is intoxicating as is the slurpy, gulping motion of the tongue when my foot is placed firmly in the mouth of a footman, great toe on one jaw, ‘pinkie’ toe on the other.
When I was 17, I was at a drive-in movie. You took your vehicle, parked it, hooked up the speaker/tuned your radio to the right frequency and enjoyed the evening. Those evenings usually didn’t involve a whole lot of movie watching for the cool kids at the back of the lot, those furthest away from the snack shack. That night, it was hot and all the windows and doors were open and people were staggering around doing silly things.
When you work in publishing, be it paper or ebooks, the expression 'whip a manuscript into shape' is thrown about quite liberally. When a new erotic epublishing company like comes along, it isn't unreasonable to wonder there might be some literal whipping! Set to launch this coming July, Naughty Nights Press looks forward to offering a fantastic array of erotic and sexual titles in the emerging and expanding ebook market. Writers take note! Sexlife Canada chatted with Co-Owner and Editor Gina Kincade.
Blood isn't supposed to leave the body, right? Being the fluid of life and all, it should flow through us and not out of us. Then why do so many people have a sexual fetish for its release?
“I've always written dirty stories,” reveals Joey Comeau. “I've published them in various places, and eventually I thought it might be fun to put them all together in one book. It's been a while since I published a sexy book, and it seemed like a fun idea! I liked the idea of publishing a book that showed sex as fun and sometimes gleeful.”
Book clubs abound. Everywhere people get together to chat about what they are reading and to discuss the intricacies of those titles. Often these gatherings are to muse over bestsellers and classic works of literature but not always. Sometimes people are getting together to pore over a hot new selection of smut.
“I want to build a reservoir of stories about queer women's history,” explains Suzy Malik, editor of Queeries. “I'm not coming across these types of stories as often as I would like in the queer press and feel there is plenty of room for more stories like these.”