This is magical on many levels, I think. Anybody know who the model is, or who took the photo?!

This is magical on many levels, I think. Anybody know who the model is, or who took the photo?!

(Source: newhongkongfashion, via fagglet)

in which i am an extremely bitchy old pervert

  • me: I feel like some people are all WE IZ SRS BDSM
  • Ceasar: AHAHAHAHAHA
  • HAHAH
  • AHAH\
  • ASKDNASD
  • me: I've met way too many Dead Serious Perverts in my life.
  • Ceasar: oh god. im dying.
  • me: Have you never encountered this?!
  • Ceasar: Dead serious what now?
  • And I do hope that these people use lolcat speak when they're trying to say this to you.
  • me: You know, like, the straight white cis dudes with the bad cases of Top's Disease who learned about kink from, like, Dungeons & Dragons, and they wear those black t-shirts with, like, paintings of wolves & full moons on them? And they always have either itty bitty or plush plump nerd girl subs in tow, who are usually way too smart/awesome/hot for them?
  • Ceasar: pajsdohsduiasdubadasd;oaso;dias;dijasd
  • me: I mean, I am not being nice and I am going to hell, clearly, but I feel like This Dude is a common character in pervert circles. This would be why I don't hang out much in the larger kink scene, even though I'm deeply queer and deeply perverse.
  • Ceasar: nskjvnsdkfjbda
  • oh
  • christ
  • Gina.
  • Stahp.
  • me: I apparently hit a nerve? ;)
  • Ceasar: It hurts to laugh.
  • oh god. that's wonderful. Yes. Yes, that's basically the pagan and bdsm community in Georgia
  • Christ have mercy gurl.

This is a fairly accurate illustration of how my mind works like 90% of the time:

I’m chilling at home on a Saturday night after a long-ass week and also a long-ass (but really good) day. I go online, mostly to goof off & blow off steam. I’m kinda half-watching an episode of Torchwood in one Firefox window and looking at tumblr and facebook. A friend posts a video of Loretta Lynn’s unintentionally hilarious Crisco ads from the 80s on his facebook wall and I completely lose it laughing. And then, of course, because I have, uh, certain associations with Crisco, I have to google “crisco + catacombs” and see what happens. And I proceed to find this gem of an essay (it is a gem in terms of historical/cultural perspective, I mean) about the Catacombs that Jack Fritscher wrote for Drummer magazine in 1978. And I am so happy! And I also can’t decide if I’m a nerdy pervert or a perverse nerd. I suppose I should not limit myself to false dichotomies. ;)

Also, I am overwhelmed with gratitude for places like The Center for Sex & Culture, because they have an archive that probably has this exact 1978 issue of Drummer, and I can go touch it with my bare hands during library hours.

!!!I’m guessing this is where the band got their name. How could I not know this?!

!!!

I’m guessing this is where the band got their name. How could I not know this?!

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So I was hella nervous beforehand, but I kinda rocked Perverts Put Out tonight. I read my piece “Enough,” which I’ve only read out once before (at the 2010 Girl Talk)… It was a wonderful night. I love that I am part of a community of writers & performers who aren’t afraid to read vulnerable & deep stuff at smut readings. One of things I love about PPO is that it’s not just cookie-cutter erotica. The performers who read there can be twisted, funny, unexpected, shocking, but they are always really smart about it, and they are often very tender & vulnerable. Like, hi, Kirk Read? Your piece made me catch my breath & cry. Greta Christina? You made me remember why I love to write & read & make porn. Which is to say, PPO folks: All of you doing what you do makes it possible for me to do what I do. So thank you. :)Also? My outfit was cute. I wish my computer’s webcam could capture the lace stockings & red heels.

So I was hella nervous beforehand, but I kinda rocked Perverts Put Out tonight. I read my piece “Enough,” which I’ve only read out once before (at the 2010 Girl Talk)… It was a wonderful night. I love that I am part of a community of writers & performers who aren’t afraid to read vulnerable & deep stuff at smut readings. One of things I love about PPO is that it’s not just cookie-cutter erotica. The performers who read there can be twisted, funny, unexpected, shocking, but they are always really smart about it, and they are often very tender & vulnerable. Like, hi, Kirk Read? Your piece made me catch my breath & cry. Greta Christina? You made me remember why I love to write & read & make porn. Which is to say, PPO folks: All of you doing what you do makes it possible for me to do what I do. So thank you. :)

Also? My outfit was cute. I wish my computer’s webcam could capture the lace stockings & red heels.