Saucy Saturday: Saturday Morning Filmation Lust Edition

Are you old enough to remember the classic live-action Saturday morning Filmation Associates television shows? If so, you no doubt recall the lovely JoAnna Cameron of The Secrets Of Isis. What an icon of female power ~ and lust! Now you can, as Storybook Whorehouse says, “get this vintage comic & stay up late at night reading with a flashlight under the covers — and wanking with a Fleshlight.”

vintage isis comic

Of course, ladies lusted after Isis too… So consider this a great Halloween or cosplay idea ~ and feel free to use the sex toy of your choice. *wink*

Via Storybook Whorehouse who has lots of other Saturday Morning Cartoon Porn.

See also: The Secret of Isis: JoAnna Cameron.

JoAnna Cameron as Isis vintage retro graphic novel comic

Femdomme Friday Fashions

Via the number one phone sex Tumblr site, I found this post and then the fabulous shop called Female Supremacy, which features some fab femdom fashions ~ as well as a number of items for their submissive partners. These are a few of my favorites…

Bonus: If you’re not familiar with Zazzle, you should know that there are numerous style and color options ~ for both men & women ~ and you can customize the shirts, complete with pet & power names!

these boots front

femdom trampling tee


get down at my feet femdomme tank top

this is femdom bdsm tee



but women kick balls

i_serve_my_domme_t_shirts-for submissive males

cuckold men's tee shirt


Sex Fantasy Vs Reality: What’s “Sexually Normal” Anyway?

In July, the CDC released another study: Sexual Activity, Contraceptive Use, and Childbearing of Teenagers Aged 15–19 in the United States. Among the findings were the following highlights (as determined by moi):


In the early teen years males were more likely than females to have had sexual intercourse. But the percentage of older teenagers who had sexual intercourse was similar for female and male teenagers.

That would mean that there’s a lot of gay sex earlier on; or that males tend to exaggerate their sexual lives to live up to some idea of what it means to be male, while females tend to downplay to fit cultural standards. Yes, that’s still happening.


In 2011–2013, 44% of female teenagers and 47% of male teenagers aged 15–19 had experienced sexual intercourse; the percentage has declined significantly, by 14% for female and 22% for male teenagers, over the past 25 years.

While some credit the sex ed from physicians (which accompanies the HPV vaccine) as a sexual deterrent, others, such as myself, wonder how much honesty is going on in the reporting. Especially with media stories spreading panic about “the youth today” and their hook-ups and casual sex. Could it be, as suspected? That those cries about the sex-crazed youth of today is tantamount to talking about “kids today, with their blue jean dungarees and loud rock and roll music” ~ just something old cranky people bitch about when there are no kids on their lawns to yell at?

It might just be.

Don’t believe me or the CDC? Maybe you’ll believe journalist Rachel Hills.

In her book, The Sex Myth: The Gap Between Our Fantasies and Reality, Hills discusses how the supposed new sexual liberation (which one can obviously debate ~ especially if you are a woman or part of the LGBTQ community) is resulting in its own set of expectations, disappointments, and humiliations. Simply put, for Hill, the Sex Myth has changed from “we’re dirty if we have sex” to “we’re defective if we don’t do it enough or well enough.” And people are bucking under the pressures.

what-it-takes-TwitterDespite the New York Times Book Review referencing Hills position as “a smart argument against that strain of neo- or anti-feminism that would have women rebel against objectification by objectifying ourselves,” Hills position is more about the pressures we all put upon ourselves to have fantastic, mind-blowing, swinging-from-the-chandelier sex ~ and having it often ~ because we think everyone else is, and we’re freakish if we don’t.

Turns out, most of us aren’t. The collective “we” is neither freakish, nor having “all that great sex.” No matter our gender, orientation, etc.

Hills’ research for the book consisted of talking with 200 people, most of them between the ages of 16 and 32. For three years, Hill interviewed these 200 people, a group consisting of “men, women, gay, straight, trans people, people of different ethnicities and religions”, which Hill traveled throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom to speak with. Her findings indicated that she was not alone in feeling the need to embellish her sex life in terms of both quality and quantity.

In her interview with Hills, Alice Robb sums up the findings this way:

Sexual liberation, Hills argues, hasn’t liberated us from anxieties about living up to a sexual standard. We’ve simply replaced the fear of having too many partners with the fear of having too few—and in many ways, that’s just as damaging.

Perhaps what’s more enlightening than this discovery of trading one sexual tyranny for another, are radical notions of what sexual freedom really means.

In another interview, this time at the Chicago Tribune, Hills discusses her hopes with journalist Heidi Stevens:

We need a new way of speaking about sex,” [Hills] told me. “One that appreciates the role it plays in our lives without overhyping it as the most important thing.”

Those choices might include abstaining altogether.

“A new brand of sexual freedom will incorporate the right not to do it as much as the right to do it,” Hills said. “What I’d really like to see is a world in which people aren’t shamed for liking nonconventional sex acts, for being kinky or polyamorous, for being vanilla and monogamous, for being a virgin, for having sex once and then going months or years without having it again. Basically, I’d like to see the weight attached to sex lightened so we could make the choices that are actually right for us.”

Sounds like Hills is taking a page right out of Alain de Boton’s book, How to Think More about Sex ~ a page directly from the introduction, to be precise:

Despite being one of the most private of activities, sex is nonetheless surrounded by a range of powerful socially sanctioned ideas that codify how normal people are meant to feel about and deal with the matter.

In truth, however, few of us are remotely normal sexually. We are almost all haunted by guilt and neuroses, by phobias and disruptive desires, by indifference and disgust. None of us approaches sex as we are meant to, with the cheerful, sporting, non-obsessive, constant, well-adjusted outlook that we torture ourselves by believing other people are endowed with. We are universally deviant – but only in relation to some highly distorted ideals of normality.

Typically when people talk about whether sex is “normal” or not, the focus is on the acts themselves… Fetishes, kinks, BDSM, etc. And who we do these things with (married, strangers, multiple partners, sex workers, etc). Even how we look. But it turns out, there are a lot of people worried about how often they are having sex ~ and not just in terms of “too much,” and so-called sex addictions, either. All these pressures should cease. They key to free love is to let it be free.

As Hills said:

If someone makes a joke about a certain way of life being freakish or loser-ish, we can speak up and say, “Actually, plenty of people do that and it’s fine for them.” We can all do our part to shed light on the truth and call people in instead of calling them out.

Like the Peck & Call Girls, I just hope the subject of masturbation, solo and mutual, is included in all of this acceptance as well.

Image Credits: Ironic use of the judging & humiliating phone sex FemDom Not Your Angel (aka @TrailerTrashGrl) of Clit Orations.

Billion Dollar Babies Flashback

I’m not a super duper Alice Cooper fan, but every time I hear Billion Dollar Babies, a big old grin spreads across my face… Thankfully, today’s sex dolls are better now. They aren’t slicker than a weasel (unless that’s a good thing?) and their heads do, generally, stay on. But like Alice said, they are worth far more.

Billion dollar baby
Rubber little lady, slicker than a weasel
Grimy as an alley
Loves me like no other lover
Billion dollar baby
Rubber little monster, baby, I adore you
Man or woman living couldn’t love me like you, baby

We go dancing nightly in the attic
While the moon is rising in the sky
If I’m too rough, tell me
I’m so scared your little head will come off in my hands

Billion dollar baby
I got you in the dime store
No other little girl could ever hold you
Any tighter, any tighter than me, bay
Billion dollar baby
Reckless like a gambler, million dollar maybe
Foaming like a dog that’s been infected by the rabies

We go dancing nightly in the attic
While the moon is rising the sky
If I’m too rough, tell me
I’m so scared your little head will come off in my hands
Million dollar baby
Billion dollar bay
Trillion dollar baby
Zillion dollar baby

Sunday Funnies: Keep Getting’ It Up Edition (Or, The Condom Vs Dildo Debate)

At first glance, this retro ceramic mug with Japanese art design may not look like much…

Vintage 1970's NAUGHTY risqué Japanese Stoneware sex tea cup DOUBLE ENTENDRE cheeky sexy souvenir humorous erotic gift

Until you turn it around a bit and spy that interesting object there…

retro 1970's Japanese DOUBLE ENTENDRE condom or dildo with cum cup

While the seller sees the object as a used condom, with a white swish of semen; I spy, with my tiny little eye, a blue dildo and its just milked rewards. …I would insert a Confucius joke here ~ butt but Confucius was Chinese, not Japanese.

The seller translates the Japanese text on this sexual vintage stoneware mug as follows:

The text on the cup reads, “八起 人生 おもしろき” or “Hakki jinsei omoshiroki” which is translated as, “Get up eight times, life is interesting.” It is in reference to the adage, “Fall seven times, get up eight.” Though the meaning is probably closer to, “Life with ups and downs is interesting.”

Thanks, but, regardless of whether it’s a dildo or a condom, I think we get the meaning. No matter how many times that dick goes down, it’s better to get it back up.

(I still say it’s a dildo. “Bottoms up, retro 70’s cup!”)

Saucy Saturday: Soapy Vanessa del Rio Edition

At the risk of exposing too much Vanessa del Rio here (as if that could even be a bad thing!) today’s Saucy Saturday is a very soapy, very ravishing, del Rio. You can get your signed copy here.

soapy vanessa del rio

A Sleepover with the Girls

nightgownsetGracie posted about a sleep over with the girls. How could I resist posting my own outfit of choice for the event? I like this because it’s slippery, romantic and dramatic too. Practical with the cover up. I don’t show more skin than I want to.

What would a boy wear to a sleep over with the girls? I’d have to pick something special and just right for my boy, if he were allowed to attend. I guess we could use a good boy to serve the snacks, freeze the bras and referee the pillow fights.

I found this available at DH Gate but the original image came from a 404 link on another domain.

A Proper Sex Kitten Foundation

When you’re a sex kitten, you rock it right down to your foundation ~ foundation garments included. Check out the sexy, wild, vintage-styled lingerie in leopard print: bras, girdles, and garter belts. And just like leopards are big cats, these come in big sex kitten sizes (also known as “plus sizes”) for the BBWs out there. Yup, even the full-body shaper and leopard print satin thong panties.

leopard print sexy open bottom girdle corsolet

vintage style sexy lingerie garters leopard print

leopard print thong panties and bra

leopard print full body open bottom girdle BBW

Sunday Funnies: Vintage Highball Cocktail Coasters Edition

Vintage barware alert: “Intimate Coasters Duets for your Highballs” for him & her…

Intimate Coasters Duets for your Highballs

A pair of coasters for men, another pair for women; circa 1950s:

“His” coasters feature a jockstrap design. (To prevent your highballs from having low balls? lol) “Hers” feature a lingerie and garters design. The intimate apparel pieces dress your cocktail and beverage glasses, the fabric absorbing the sweat on the glasses and keeping it from marking your furniture. Classy hosts and hostesses use these kitschy coasters so that they don’t get those tacky rings on the furniture — and start plenty of conversations!

Naughty & risque at the time, the set contains two pairs (four coasters total). Make your next couples night even more of a hoot! Great for bachelor and bachelorette parties!

“Freshen up drinks with Duets the gay party coasters”.

Vintage Highball Cocktail Coaster Garters Hers

Vintage Highball Jock Cocktail Coasters For Him

Saucy Saturday: Slumber Party Dreams Edition

A Slip Of A Girl shared these vintage finds — and waxed poetic about the slumber party fantasies babydoll nighties evoke… Pillow fights, as always, remain optional. Images of Sara from of The Dream Merchants II (where the vintage nighties are for sale).

vintage vermillion vanity fair nightie primrose vintage chiffon babydoll by Max Shwartz for Beau Monde