Periodicals: Deep Clean & FemDom

BOOBS (pillows that look like BOOBS):I kind of dig these boob pillows . Krista Louise Smith was a painter’s assistant and lost feeling in her right arm. Unable to paint the way she’d been used to, she began making boob pillows for various uses (eye masks, neck pillows, just giant, single breasts). I love the tear drop one, but think the extra large confetti betty is my number one choice.

Community (kink/BDSM/Leather/etc): Race Bannon makes a plea for unity and understanding within the not-vanilla community in this piece for the Bay Area Reporter.

Dicks! (anatomy of):Why the human male does not have a baculum (penis bone), unlike nearly every other male mammal. I find bacula fascinating and used to have a raccoon baculum (from a well-endowed fellow, my taxidermy friend told me) but couldn’t bring it to England with me. Raccoon dicks are neato.

Dating Apps (for those who hate…lots of things, actually): Hater is a new app that matches people based on the things they hate. (You can also like, love and dislike things.) It has a pretty great ice-breaker feature, too, so once you’ve been matched with someone you don’ t have to come up with something pithy to open with.

Erotica (Hetero & HOT): Girl on the Net reposted a link to this on her Twitter so it was new to me. Yowza. Sometimes you THINK you’re too sleepy for sex.

FemDom (They’re Not All the Same): In her article on Medium, Dictatoress writes about why the typical picture of what a femdom is isn’t how it’s actually lived. The usual picture is a male fantasy–not a Dominant female’s desire.

Hardcore Cleaning Porn (in person!): If service is your thing or you admire the ability to clean well you’ll appreciate this–once a year Blenheim Palace gets a deep clean (ooooohhh yeeeaaah) that takes ten people six weeks of working all day to accomplish. Usually they close the palace to the public during this time, but this year, it’s open to the public and they’re giving tours.

Trans Issues (nomenclature):This article on Trans Student Educational Resources covers why it used to be common to use an asterisk after the word trans (trans*) and why that’s no longer done. Many thanks to Darkling Muse for pointing this one out to me, after I used the asterisk.

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