Iâ€™m usually not one to read the latest in the never-ending series of books all best described as â€œI Was A Sex Worker Despite The Fact That Iâ€™m An Educated, Middle Class White Womanâ€, but I did pick up Audacia Rayâ€™s Naked on the Internet, mostly because the book promised to be about a lot […]
Includes: Interview with covergirl Bruna Surfistinha, Brazilian escort, blogger, and author * Photo essay – After Pickton: The Unicorn and the Crow * Shoes That Could Save Your Life
I just returned home from three days in Maine with Bella Vendetta and her two tiny and adorable chihuahuas. I ate lobster everyday, and we watched a bajillion movies and spent a lot of time being lazy, lying in bed drinking tea til 3 pm, that kind of thing. It was good, and today I’m […]
I’m no neat freak. My brain, my workspace, my laptop’s desktop, my bags, my apartment are all kinds of cluttered. About once a year -sometimes more frequently- I get a supreme urge to de-clutter. And it works, but I need periodic encouragement. It’s usually inspired by the same thing – I go on a trip, […]
Friday, August 17th 7-10 pm at Rapture Cafe 200 Avenue A, New York. Sex in the Public Square is a space on the Internet where members can explore which parts of sex are private, which parts are public, and what happens when private and public collide. Readings and performances by: Audacia Ray, Veronica Vera, Lux Nightmare, Ignacio Rivera and Rachel Kramer Bussel.
This post has been germinating in my blog drafts since I started doing press for Naked on the Internet, but I’ve been biding my time… you know, the old thing about biting the hand that feeds you. I guess this is why people write anonymous blogs, so they can be honest without being held accountable. […]
When I posted this photo on Flickr, along with a bunch of other pictures Eliyanna took at my event at Internationalist Books in Chapel Hill back in June, it got a few comments from folks who follow my photostream, the first of which was “ok. first thought to cross my mind: dirty old men. :D” […]