Warning! There is no poem called Warning.
I’ve got a little shout out in this weeks Love it! magazine. It’s a wonderful article about how more and more women are now comfortable writing about their sex lives online. Go and buy it!
It mentions my ‘favourite poem’ being a piece named Warning for it’s exploration of a more violent side of sex which many women often fantasise about and yet don’t often share these wanton thoughts.
It’s true. I love dirty sex and I explore all sorts of fetishes including those that could be seen as ‘violent.’ I also love the poem mentioned because it’s one that I wrote when I was only about sixteen or seventeen and yet it’s still one that I enjoy reading and performing.
It’s called Wanting (no biggie Love it! Thanks so much for the article… I, erm, love it!)
and you can read it by clicking here!
2011 was the year that I virtually exposed myself to the world.
It actually started pretty painfully, waking up on New Years day somehow by-passing the hangover but exchanging the headache for cracked ribs. I have a tendency of ‘stepping in’ and at around 8am I was thrown across the streets of Shoreditch after attempting to break up a fight. Not quite how I’d planned it, though pleased to say that after folk saw two men knocking out a lady (oi, yes I am!) the fight was intervened and we all carried on the celebrations.
I spent the next few months getting to know what I’ll feel like in 50 years. Really looking forward to that. I also had the pleasure of visiting galleries and live shows, reading ridiculous amounts of erotic literature and searching the web for the best creative and often pioneering sex positive people to nominate for the Erotic Awards. It’s a hard life.
In March we set up and held the semi-finals, Chantilly Lace. It was an incredible night, a huge success in raising funds for Outsiders – a charity that helps disabled people find partners – and the live show just enhanced my knowledge of the naughty talent this world has to offer.
It also made me think.
I’d been writing for years and had notepad upon notepad stuffed in all corners of the house. Mostly erotic and my party lifestyle also played a huge role in my work. Why shouldn’t I share it?
I drew together my two erotic poetry ebooks, Living Libido Loco (sweet and sexy) and Gash (dark and dirty) and created this website in April. I then closed my eyes and Facebooked everyone I know.
The response was amazing and I’m so thankful to the Erotic Awards for giving me the confidence to ‘come out’. Not only – selfishly – does my ego get a little rub every time someone compliments my work, even more importantly, many folk have been in touch since I started this site for someone they can speak to about many areas of sexuality knowing that they won’t be judged. I know there are loads of other places that they can do this but I feel proud that inadvertently I’ve spread my confidence in opening up and allowed others to re-connect with their sexy sex.
I also joined twitter for the first time and found so many beautiful, supportive writers who have helped and inspired me along the way. Thank you -x-
Roll on May. The Erotic Awards final ball, Night of the Senses. Fuck. What a fabulous night! Volunteering besides the infamous Tuppy Owens we spent three days setting up three and a half floors of every fetish imaginable (well, ok, just a lot of them then) and got covered in all sorts of bodily fluids whilst watching the live show from the judges table.
The night is a celebration of sex and all those who work in the sex industry and the mix of talent and the crowd it draws is simply beautiful. My personal highlights were an invite from a woman so incredibly stunning I did actually forget to breath for some time and a little later in the night I may have engorged and enjoyed an absolute cock fest up by the cages… Maybe.
The end of May was spent with another bunch of erotically inclined beauties with the first ever Erotic Meet.
I am so truly happy, proud and thankful to everyone who has in anyway been involved in the evolution of Erotic Meet. It’s grown so quickly and has helped myself and others in so many ways, encouraging support, inspiration, collaborations and real friendships.
I won’t harp on about it. You know it. I love it!
This website too. It’s grown and continues to grow. I adore having a home for my naughty words and being able to share this prominent side of myself with you.
June, July, August and September saw me fucking beneath festival the stars… So many wet, sticky memories.
And on top of recording my MP3′s (more to come soon btw) I performed live for the first time in June with the Filthy Mouths ladies at Sh! Erotic Emporium. I was so nervous and now I think I’ve found a new addiction! We’ve got many shows already lined up throughout 2012 so please come along and watch myself and the other wonderful ladies strut our sluts soon.
The year also brought me to other naughty nights like Pedestal, shows like Cabaret New Burlesque, the group Fannies Rule and Private Pictures where we painted our pussies and I feel honoured to have been given the opportunity to have my cutie cast and moulded into a ‘work of art’ for The Great Wall of Virgina.
Not to end on a downer, sex, if I’m honest has been a bit slow for the last half of this year, simply because of the amount of ‘work’ I’ve been enjoying. That’s all about to change though, never you worry… My pussy’s happy again and expects to stay that way so although I know I’ve been a bit sporadic on the writing front lately, I’m re-building my portfolio of inspired moments and promise to update you more regularly in 2012.
There’s so much more that I could tell you about last year. So much more.
The most incredible thing has been the people I’ve met and the confidence I’ve gained in sharing with others just how much I love cock and cunt. I don’t do soft, but if I did I’d probably get quite mushy here.
My resolutions for 2012? More of the same… just bigger, harder and faster!
I imagine most of you reading this have already come into contact with Sex Toys UK… excuse mass availability of puns.
They really are an absolute pleasure aren’t they…
Their online store’s chock full of stunning lingerie, erotic reads and the most delicious toys! From your first time small, slim, smooth vibrator to HUGE penetrative devices for all orifices, all at once, whilst shackled… with bells on… Mm.
And all with an incredibly friendly service. They make the process of buying toys fun! Which puts you in an excited mood before the postman even knocks causing a ripple of anticipation until finally… Oh, excuse me, I get a little carried away
What I love most about the team though is their openness and encouragement to get folk chatting about the objects of their desires; experiences, ‘to-do’ lists, uncertainties and well as achievements in the bedroom… It’s a relaxed, comfortable place to share and maybe pick up a few tips along the way.
Hop on and see for yourself…
& ps. They have regular sales and competitions too!
I loved this book! It made me smile and smirk in all the right places and for all the right reasons.
The main character, Jake, is instantly lovable as he takes you on his journey of discovery and the people he meets along the way are not only fascinating but so much fun too!
I read this book in kindle and the way that it’s formatted made for a very easy, portable read. Each chapter focuses on the next step of Jake’s (mis)adventures, with a down to earth view on the swinging lifestyle.
Often funny, always saucy and open minded throughout, I fully commend George Pappas and recommend Monogamy Sucks to my naughtiest of friends as well as to my Daily Mail reading mum.
Review of Nice Girls, NAUGHTY SEX, a compilation of twenty erotic short stories, edited by the luscious ladies from Oysters and Chocolate, Jordan LaRousse and Samantha Sade.
This has honestly got to be the best mix of naughty stories I’ve got sitting pretty on my bookshelf!
It’s chaptered into four sections;
This allows you to have a dip in to the book with ease, where-ever the mood takes you.
The opening story by Sommer Marsden is so beautifully written and well placed at the beginning of the book. It’s kindness towards a difficult subject really set me up for the quality of writing to come.
And I wasn’t disappointed. Each story held something new They were all well written and provoked a variety of emotions in me (from a sweet outwards smile to having to duck my hands under the covers).
The Licorice Whips chapter was perhaps a touch tame, though that may just be because of the utter filth I’m use to reading these days. The Oysters chapter on the other hand was just right. There’s always a tendency to over-do the whole lesbian thing but the stories included here were simply beautiful and just happened to involve two – or more – women. My favourite within this chapter is definitely Phoenix, by Valerie Lewis. I’m not going to ruin it for you by spilling my bean, just know that it put me in a wonderful mood for the rest of the day.
I also really enjoyed the different fetishes included in Dirty Martini, from pet play to a whole heap of uniformed men pleasuring one lucky lady, I saved this chapter for just before bed and it inspired some very colourful dreams!
In conclusion, every story in Nice Girls, NAUGHTY SEX touched me in some way. They are all original to each other and yet the way the book is composed allows each to flow perfectly into the next, proving Jordan and Samantha’s strong editing skills.
I’ve been a fan of the Oysters and Chocolate website for a long time now. They showcase some incredibly hot erotica stories and art work (including my own er-hum). This is my first read of their work and it has made me want to delve straight in to another… Thank you Ladies! -x-
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