Trigger Warning for discussion of sex work. Pictures NSFW.
I want to talk about the sex industry as a whole and the polarization between different types of feminists when it comes to this industry. Please note that any time I use the word ‘objectify’, I use it as it’s commonly used throughout some feminist media – particularly sex negative media – to describe when a man lusts for a woman based on physicality alone. I will also note that I do not agree with this usage of the term as it lessens its impact when used to describe true objectification.
Potential Trigger Warnings for rape and sexual violence.
I get off on the fantasy of rape, non-consent, reluctance, dubious consent, etc. It’s one of my favourite kinks to write erotica about.
That’s not an easy thing to admit as a self-described feminist. Even though a large percentage of women (and men!) do have rape fantasies, it still feels so wrong. It feels dirty, but it’s what turns me on. Read more
I want to continue on from lesbians and the male gaze into the territory of disability. Disability, and especially disability in a sexualized context is something that isn’t discussed in very many mainstream outlets. I’ve read about them mostly of feminist and sociology blogs, and very rarely does anything hit the mainstream.
So I was listening to Tatu today, which some of you might remember from around 2001-2002, two faux lesbian girls who went out there, looked cute (one was femme, one was femme with a short hair cut), they kissed. They touched one another. They behaved like a couple.