On my travels around the internet I am constantly stumbling across interesting things and so I have decided that from now I shall attempt to share more of this stuff with you. I am not promising a weekly post but certainly something on a fairly regular basis and if people seem to be enjoying it I might even create a badge a make it a regular feature here, so do let me know what you think.
1. Do you know about Sexbytes? It is an extension site to e[lust] full of interesting links that readers have submitted. Make sure you stop by and make a log-in so you can vote on your favourite article as each month those votes are totalled up and the link with the highest votes becomes the reader’s choice on [elust]
2. Are you thinking of buying a domain name? Do you already own a domain name? Are you absolutely sure that all your private details are not traceable through that domain? Check out this post by Ruby Goodnight on the Write Sex Right blog
Everyone who owns or is thinking of buying a domain should read this so that you know exactly how to keep your private personal information just that…. private.
3. This weekend is the return of The London Fetish Weekend, starting on Friday night and running throughout the weekend with a variety of different events. If you are in London this weekend then you have lots of potential fun to choose from. We will be going to the wonderful London Alternative Market on the Saturday. If you have never been before then this is the one to go to as it is the biggest fetish market event of the year in London and even you have then you should still check it out as it all the joys of the regular LAM but bigger!
3. Another one for the UK’er and especially those that live in or near London is the London Public Meeting about Censorship on the 23rd September at Radisson Hotel, 9-13 Bloomsbury Street, London, WC1B 3QD. It is set to start at 7pm sharp so they are for people to arrive in good time for that. The list of speakers looks really interesting and if you are at all interested or worried about the current governments anti adult content stance then I really urge you to come along to this and if you can’t make it please do visit their site (which is in its infancy) and follow them on twitter @pornpanic
4. Finally check out the photography work by Jordan Matter. His project is called Dancer’s Amongst Us; “Shooting for over three years across the United States and New York City, photographer Jordan Matter documented dancers in everyday situations in some of the most unlikely of places” His work is quite simply outstanding and if you are in or around New York then I recommend you pop along to One New york Plaza where you can his see his work exhibited. Open everyday Sept. 4 – Oct. 4th 2013 8am – 7pm.