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Sex Blogging, Gratuitous Nudity, Kinky Sex, Sundry Sensuality
September 18th, 2014 -- by Bacchus

Her Anal Sex Bliss-Face


I cropped this face-detail from an explicit anal sex photo on Tumblr, where it is captioned “Clearly not one of the porn stars who hates anal.”

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September 17th, 2014 -- by Bacchus

Her Friendly Gangbang Fantasy

sexy blonde writing dirty letter to her convict boyfriend

There’s a lot of gangbang porn out there that just strikes me as kind of… unfriendly, maybe? So I was rather taken by the most recent shoot at Hardcore Gangbang, in which Zoe Monroe plays a woman with a lust for her prison pen-pal. The shoot begins with her writing him a sexy letter in which she shares a fantasy with him: she wants him to get his shit together, get out of prison ASAP, and come swiftly to her house along with four of his roughest best ex-con friends to give her a gangbang. The rest of the shoot shows this fantasy unfolding in her mind as she supposedly is writing it out, which may explain why, as it begins, everybody is laughing and smiling and having a great time:

grabbed for gang bang

stripping her for her gangbang

gangbangers cum on her face

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September 16th, 2014 -- by Bacchus

Nonsense About Sex Workers

One of the clearest markers for “this story in the press about sex work or sex workers is lazy bullshit” is that oft-cited statistic about 13 being the average age of entry into sex work. A statistic that never comes with a citation, it’s just one of those things that every lazy journalist “knows”, and everybody else with a brain who thinks about it for more than ninety seconds knows cannot possibly be true.

Think about it. If 13 were the average age, there would have to be a whole lot of younger, even prepubescent child sex workers out there. They would be turning up on the nightly news in droves every time the police announce another “rescue” sweep of sex worker arrests. And yet, strangely, on the rare occasions that police do “rescue” (arrest) an underage sex worker, it’s always an older teen nearing adulthood. If the “13 is the average age of entry” statistic were true, that would not be the case.

Don’t take my word for it. After we all suffered for years from the idiocy of that endlessly-repeated bogus statistic, Chris Hall (the Literate Perversions guy) has written a detailed take-down in The Atlantic. I hope every journalist who continues to lazily parrot the bogus statistic in future gets jammed with a thousand instances of this link via FaceBook, Twitter, email, and every social media channel they use.

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September 15th, 2014 -- by Bacchus

Ritual Face-Slapping

You would think that by now I would have lost the capacity to find novelty or surprise in internet porn. You would be oh-so-wrong. I never thought to encounter porn in which an older Dr. Evil begins dressing in black and exploring his love of ritual face-slapping, yet here, via Kinky Delight, it is:


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September 12th, 2014 -- by Bacchus

His Imaginary Woman

The woman sitting nude on his lap may be entirely imaginary, but that doesn’t stop her from being sexy as hell:


Artist is not known, but it amuses me to imagine this artwork might have been commissioned for a hilariously-misconceived “evils of masturbation” poster series. “You’ll stain your clothing!”

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September 10th, 2014 -- by Bacchus

#Pornocalypse Comes To GoFundMe

Under fire from a variety of different directions, the crowd-funding platform GoFundMe, which had hitherto been one of the most relaxed of the crowdfunding platforms, just banned a whole raft of different types of fundraisers. This Washington Post article has the whole story. The part that’s relevant to the sex-positive world: as part of the changes, GoFundMe substantially beefed up its prohibition against fundraising that touches upon any of the adult industries. Here is what the GoFundMe terms of service had to say on the subject as of August 24:

You may not use the GoFundMe service for activities that … relate to sales of … items that are considered obscene [or] certain sexually oriented materials or services.

Pretty vague, and certainly GoFundMe was never adult-friendly. But the new terms they announced yesterday are rather more dramatically pronounced in their condemnation of porn and sex and anybody who admits to having anything to do with those things:

In order to ensure a positive experience for all visitors, the purpose of your GoFundMe campaign must not relate to any of the following items.

Adult Material
Sexually explicit
Sexually suggestive
Adult services or products
Pornography of any kind
Cosmetic sexual enhancements
Relating to adult industry
Content associated with or relating to any of the items above.

Of course that right there is a badly-written word salad that can mean whatever they want it to mean. But it’s very clear what they do mean: “No smut, and nothing to help smutty people. Go away, smutty people. Go far away.”

The Pornocalypse comes for us all, and yesterday it came for GoFundMe.

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September 9th, 2014 -- by Bacchus

SciFi Dreamgirls

If we’re being honest, nerd culture’s fascination with sexbots and fembots and all manner of mostly-humanoid mechanical sex partners has an uncomfortable proximity with the rapey and toxic-to-humans notion that sex would be easier and more fun if your prospective partner lacks the will or indeed the ability to tell you to bugger the fuck off. There’s more to it than that, of course; in fantasy, these robot sex partners are designed for fucking, so consent is either irrelevant or built-in along with the capacity to do sexual things better than merely human women. But the fact of an “on” switch and and “off” switch and “programming” is at least part of the appeal of these mechanical partners. Certainly that’s so for the operators and enjoyers of the fembots from SciFi Dreamgirls, who seem to be forever opening access panels and tinkering with the programming of these already-willing mechanical girls to make them even more pliable and compliant:



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September 8th, 2014 -- by Bacchus

Lady Mary’s Been Waiting For You

How long do you think she spent in that artful pose, just waiting for you to enter the room?


Picture is from a Vintage Cuties gallery. But am I to be forgiven for thinking the model looks a bit like Michelle Dockery, the actress who plays Lady Mary Crawley in the Downton Abbey TV show?

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September 7th, 2014 -- by Bacchus

Protesting Ms. Magazine

In the 1980s, Ms. Magazine was the publication of record for sex-hostile feminists (who were a much larger proportion of the feminist movement back then, and who claimed to be the entire movement). Here’s a photo of Annie Sprinkle, who tweets “1980′s photo of me when porn stars protested Ms. Magazine for having no porn stars @ round table discussion abt porn!”


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September 5th, 2014 -- by Bacchus

A Lengthy Strap-On