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December 9th, 2016 -- by Bacchus

Patronize This! #2


The theme for this week’s episode of Patronize This! is deserving erotic artists. I’ve got three quirky favorites who could all use your support. As is my intent throughout the remainder of this series (I completely blew it the first time out), I’ll eschew lengthy introductions, and let a sample of each artist’s work do most of the talking:

Maximignon at Patreon

shower deflowering

The art is called Shower Deflowering, and the artist writes:

These invertebrate rascals work their way through the plumbing while you’re blissfully unaware in the shower. When the time’s right, they first pounce to try and restrain you, then stick their long, slick ovipositors inside any of your suitably-sized orifices. Not long after, you get to become the mommy of your own litter of adorable little baby beasties!

Andy’s Dames at Patreon

escaping lesbian bondage lover

Penerotic at Patreon

soviet sucking


movie patrons

Image Credit (directly above): Movie patrons in an advertisement for the National Cash Register Company’s new ticket-printing register, from the Motion Picture Studio Directory and Trade Annual 1916.

Image Credit (top of post): Bohemian patrons as seen in the illuminated manuscript De Civitate Dei by Augustinus, via the Wikimedia Commons.

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December 9th, 2016 -- by Bacchus

Hard-Working Cam Girls

Everybody knows that camgirls have to work pretty hard, especially in this new “free cams” world where they need to entice the tokens. But this lady is working especially hard:

camgirl vigorously deep-throating a dildo

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December 8th, 2016 -- by Bacchus

Rubbing It In

Because it’s not enough that the vigorous bondage blowjob left Nadia White drooling his jizz all over her own chest:

drooling a bit of cum after her bondage blowjob

coughing and spitting semen onto her own tits after a rough blowjob

Nope, he had to literally rub it in:

rubbing his cum into her tits after he blew a load in her mouth

From Sexually Broken (the 10/21/16 update).

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December 7th, 2016 -- by Bacchus

The Empress Of All The Nudists

When you are the empress of the nudists and you want to go somewhere, all you need to do is to just round up a few cheerful strong pony-people and you get to travel in style!

queen of the naturists

I’ve seen this photo before, but only today did I stumble over it’s origin: it’s from the cover of a 1930 issue of Licht-Land (“Land of Light”) magazine, a naturist publication that was the “official organ for the league of free life improvement.”

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December 6th, 2016 -- by Bacchus

Bernard Montorgeuil: Editions Bel-Rose (Volume 1)

whipping a bound and hooded man - bernard montorgueil or bernard montoreuil

Readers might remember my “deep dive” post last May into the erotic art of Bernard Montorgueil, the mysterious 20th-century femdom artist whose name, it now appears, is more likely to be properly spelled “Montorgeuil”. For this spelling correction and a great deal more besides, I am indebted to Stephen M of Paris Olympia Press: A Collector’s Blog.

submissive naked man kissing his mistress while she plays with his cock

In my May post, I seized with interest upon the fact that a Christie’s auction description of four Montorgeuil manuscripts sold in 2014 included this scan of an illustration that wrapped across two pages and surrounded the manuscript text, in a way that had never before been seen (by me, anyway) on the internet. I immediately wondered if those manuscripts included more such “illumination”, and began thrashing through the bibliographical descriptions of other known published editions, trying to determine whether any true facsimile editions are “out there” that I might be able to get my hands on for scanning purposes. My conclusion at the time was that the most likely editions were by Bel-Rose in Rotterdam in 1970; another series of editions by Dominique Leroy are known (as I showed in my May post) to have cropped and rather garishly colorized versions of the artwork.

Thus my current indebtedness to Stephen M: in a series of four posts, he clarified that the Bel-Rose editions appeared in simultaneous French and German editions, identical in all respects except that the French editions reproduce the hand-calligraphy of the Christie’s manuscript, while the German editions were printed in a standard typeface. More importantly for our purposes, he posted a complete set of good-quality scans of the illustrations from all four volumes. The scans dashed my hopes of finding numerous more pages of hitherto-unseen detail-art wrapped around the calligraphy; the page scanned thus by Christies appears to have been the only such. But in compensation, now we have the complete set of the artwork from the Bel-Rose editions! The art is uncolored, having neither the delicate coloring of the original manuscript nor the garish colorization of the Leroy editions.

Here are the proper titles and bibliographic information for both sets (French and German) of the 1970s Bel-Rose editions, pieced together from various sources:

Les jardins des delices des supplices:

1. Les quat’ jeudis (Editions Bel-Rose, Rotterdam 1970)
2. Barbara (Editions Bel-Rose, Rotterdam 1970)
3. Dressage (Editions Bel-Rose, Rotterdam 1970)
4. Un Brune Piquante (Editions Bel-Rose, Rotterdam 1970)

Die Gärten der lustvollen Freuden:

1. Vier Donnerstage (Editions Bel-Rose, Rotterdam 1970)
2. Ein Nachmittag bei Barbara (Editions Bel-Rose, Rotterdam 1970)
3. Dressur (Editions Bel-Rose, Rotterdam 1970)
4. Die Nadelliebhaberin (Editions Bel-Rose, Rotterdam 1970)

And now let’s see the art from the first volume. (Galleries of the art from volumes 2-4 will appear in future posts.)

Vier Donnerstage:

vier donnerstage title page

vier donnerstage frontispiece

domme standing on his back with a riding crop

submissive man performs shoe fetish service

maid spanks bound man

caning a submissive male slave

aroused by his mistress's portrait

submissive man kneeling between strong women

hooded man with his hands chained to his balls and testicles is viciously beaten by a dominatrix while another man watches in amused horror

naked man kisses his lady's breast while she handles his dick

dominant woman rides submissive man's cock while another woman watches

woman watches and smokes while her friend in riding gear rides and enjoys her helpless male slave

dominant woman holds her passive naked male slave while another woman sucks on his penis

More next time!

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December 4th, 2016 -- by Bacchus

Going Back In

December 2nd, 2016 -- by Bacchus

Patronize This! #1

opera company seeks royal patron

I am in the research phase of setting up a Patreon page for ErosBlog, with an eye toward keeping the lights on and building the chance to do more of what I do best. “Research phase” in this context means studying how people I respect are doing it; and thus have I have been reading a lot of compelling Patreon pitches, and coming to the conclusion that we all need to be doing more to highlight patronage-supported projects of our friends, peers, mentors, heroes, and creative people we could not live without. Hence this post, which I hope will be the first of a lengthy if occasional series.

Today I want to highlight the Patreon pages of three women who have been doing excellent work in the adult/erotic space for at least as long as I’ve been blogging. But first, perhaps just a few words about the growing importance of the peer-patronage economic model?

As I see it, we live in a world where the old economic orders are breaking down. Automation, globalization, and information technology have utterly disrupted the reliable wage-and-salary economies upon which most of us depended, while the internet has killed the traditional publishing models that used to keep artists and creatives (a few of them, anyway) in day-old bread and thinning shoe leather. Late-stage capitalism seems increasingly predatory and self-referential; it pays only for what it values, its values are increasingly estranged from the culture that supports it, and precious little sustenance trickles down from the well-caulked boats being buoyed up on its rising tide. The creativity that brings us joy is no longer likely to be well-supported in the market, and relying on the patronage of the wealthy (although a time-honored survival strategy of artists everywhere) has its limits in the tastes of the wealthy. If this were not true, why would #pornocalypse — which at heart is about the squeamish unwillingness of the investing class to have its money associated with sexual culture — even be a thing?

One approach to a solution is crowdfunding. A duke or a titan of industry can support an entire opera company, but the company (predictably enough) will perform mostly the operas the duke enjoys. The internet lets us democratize this patronage model; I’m no duke, but I can (at least in a good month) afford a dollar here or a fiver over there to support something that delights me. The same internet that destroyed the traditional publishing model now lets an artist who draws anally-obsessed anthropomorphic ponies find support in a hundred or a thousand places. No more insufficiently-perverted dukes gate-keeping our pornography!

But finding each other is still a challenge in this newly-democratized peer-patronage model. The internet makes such finding possible, but does not make it easy. So that’s my inspiration for this post: to try and help with that. Here are three tireless women who deserve all the support they can get, and whose creative energy will more than repay us for whatever support we can provide. I’ve “known” all of them for more than a decade without ever meeting any of them, but what I “know” may not always be the face that they choose to present to the world today, so for purposes of this series, I’m just going to amplify their own words as found on their own crowdfunding pages:

Violet Blue at Patreon

I’ve created and run the oldest sex culture blog on the internet ( I’ve authored dozens of indie books in a turbulent and censorious market. And I regularly make news by reporting on hacking and privacy, companies behaving badly, and injustices to at-risk populations. I’ve bootstrapped my site and everything that goes with it, I work at industry rates (which aren’t great), I constantly have to chase down people who take months to pay invoices for my writing, and I was homeless as a kid, so I only have me. I want to do so much more.

I want to grow all of this.

If you’ve ever followed me or my work, you’ve seen how hard I fight for people who need a voice in their own conversations — and you’ve seen how badly I get attacked, censored (Libya, Apple, Focus on the Family, Amazon search, Facebook, the list goes on). You’ve also seen my work cause positive change, like drawing attention to PayPal’s financial discrimination against sex workers, getting Tumblr’s NSFW search reinstated properly. And maybe some of my work has touched your life, too.

I’m freelance and indie. This means I’m not beholden to interests or advertisers, and no one will ever control what I say. But there are many business tools I cannot use, because the topic of half of what I cover is sex — plus, like many, I’m affected by things like Amazon deciding to deep-six searches for indie books about sex.

Alison Tyler at Patreon

My name is Alison Tyler, and I’m an insomniac. Since I don’t value sleep, I write. All the time. If you see me at a 24-hour diner, I’ll be writing. If I’m stopped in traffic, I’m scribbling with a ballpoint on the back of my hand. That light on in the window at 3 a.m.? That’s me. Hope I didn’t disturb you.

To date, my career has been a whirlwind—a drive in a fast car, on a mountain road with winding hills. Was it being in the right place at the right time, sheer luck, or a refusal to give up? No clue. But I’ve managed to work for Masquerade, Black Lace, Plume, Harlequin, Penthouse, and others.

There’s no safety net here. I’m in my glitter and rhinestones. Let’s run off together and make our own circus.

Pandora Blake at Patreon

I’m Pandora Blake, the award-winning feminist porn producer and performer. I’ve been making kinky films since 2011, when I launched Dreams of Spanking, my website dedicated to ethically-produced BDSM erotica. The site is radical in prioritising gender diversity, explicit behind the scenes enthusiastic consent, and equal pay for equal work.

My erotic films express my own kinky fantasies and are sex-positive, body-positive, and strongly rooted in queer politics. I’m proud to say that my work has won multiple international awards, as well as attracting a wonderful fan base – until the UK porn censor ATVOD stepped in and shut my site down in August 2015 under new anti-porn legislation. After a drawn-out campaign, I’m delighted to have successfully won an appeal against the ruling, and the site is now back online, officially exempt from the new legislation.

Since fighting that battle I’ve had to learn a lot about porn law – and I’ve been increasingly called upon to speak publicly on issues of sex work law reform, censorship and obscenity law, sexual freedom, kink acceptance and ethical porn. I was honoured to be awarded Publicist of the Year at the Sexual Freedom Awards 2015 for my efforts advocating for sex workers’ rights and against porn censorship. Now, I’m taking that work to the next level.

movie patrons

Image Credit (directly above): Movie patrons in an advertisement for the National Cash Register Company’s new ticket-printing register, from the Motion Picture Studio Directory and Trade Annual 1916.

Image Credit (top of post): An opera company seeks royal patronage for French opera by throwing vulgar English theatre under a train, from an 1841 issue of Punch.