It’s March, which means spring is waiting off on stage left to make her entrance. What better time to talk about masturbation, body image, self-love self-acceptance? And then take a peek at The Satyricon, the next stop on my EroticAdventure.
One of the fun things about reviewing products for Desireforpassion.com is that it inspires a lot of smutty thoughts. Here’s a smutty flash piece about the excitement of exploration.
A Wind Daemon rolled through town on Sunday night and blew out our electricity. Aside from being chilly, Sunday night and Monday were both an unplugged delight. Now I’m back in the land of the electrified, so strap yourselves in, my beauties, I have thoughts to share.
Last week was a bit of a delightful challenge. What happened? Grab a cup of wonder (tea, coffee, maybe whiskey if that’s your thing), snuggle in, and I’ll tell you.
While the weather has been bouncing around like a 13-year-old with a crush, I’ve been working on my plans for world domination one literary orgasm at a time.
Without much ado, allow me to share some exciting news and explain why Ovid was a gross jerk.
It’s time for an update on “The Huntress” & the latest news on the EroticAdventure & Ovid’s “The Art of Love.”
A reflection of what’s going, from the latest Mound of Gaia news to wrapping up my journey with #Sappho thanks to Aaron Poochigian’s beautiful
what Sappho has to teach us when we embrace her writing is that the magic of creating sexual arousal with language is more than just using dirty words. Sappho grounded her erotic poems, what few there are, in sensual experience..
Come with me on a journey of smut through the ages, from before the common era to now, beginning with Sappho, the Mother-Goddess of Lesbian Erotica and an NSFW musing on beginnings.
There are some exciting projects in the works, including contributing to new collection of poetry, a new chapter in my erotic-fantasy series, and some NSFW slippers.