Interview – Darla Hallmark

 Posted by on January 10, 2014
Jan 102014
Interview - Darla Hallmark

By Julian Wolf

Darla Hallmark might not be a name that you’re familiar with, but if you’ve been in the kink/Leather/Fetish scene for a few years or read fantasy, you’ve likely seen her work. She has supported regional titleholders by painting/drawing their portraits and putting the image on art magnets

Public Sex

 Posted by on December 19, 2013
Dec 192013
Public Sex

By Widow Centauri

Public Sex: The Culture of Radical Sex (Pat Califia 1994, Cleis Press. San Francisco)

Public Sex is a series of articles that Pat Califia wrote prior to the mid 1990s. If you are not familiar with Pat Califia you are either new to contemporary queer literature or you have been living under a rock. Califia is one of the leading queer writers of modern times.

Sep 182013
The History of Sexuality, Volume One by Michel Foucault (1978 Random House)

By Widow Centauri

If you consider yourself to be sexually open, sexually progressive, and not a prude you need to read The History of Sexuality. Michel Foucault, a French philosopher circa late 1970s, early 1980s, is one of the most progressive thinkers of all time.

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Rubyfruit Jungle

 Posted by on May 20, 2011
May 202011

By Widow Centauri

Gawd forbid you are a dyke who has never read Rubyfruit Jungle. This coming of age tale takes us slowly though the adventures of a young woman, Molly Bolt, who is coming into her own.

Hatred in The Hallways

 Posted by on April 23, 2011
Apr 232011

a Book Review

By Widow Centauri
Before I jump right into the nitty gritty of this book I’m going to say a few things.

Yesterday I sat down at a bar in Las Vegas. I found myself sitting between two people I did not know at all. I was sitting between a 35 year old stripper and a man who identified himself as being from Denver…

The London Tourism Guide

 Posted by on April 7, 2011
Apr 072011

or, Harris’s List of Covent-Garden Ladies

By The Court Jester

As you tour London you will undoubtedly run into one of their distinctive red telephone booths. Clearly, in this age of cell phones, they are there as part of London’s ambiance carefully cultivated for the tourist’s delight. They also serve another function.