Welcome to Trolling the Net 59 and I hope you have all had a fabulous week and are now ready for some weekend shenanigans including some sexy/thought-provoking reading…
Foundation by Teachers Have Sex
I love this piece because it talks about feet in such a tender and sensual way. It made me want to give a foot massage and also receive one.
Futuristic Sex Tech: Is Using Sex Robots Ethical? by Cara Sutra
This is a conversation that we have on a semi regular basis in our house as we try to explore the ethical aspects of sex robots particularly in regards to them potentially becoming sentient so I was really interested to read Cara’s thoughts on the subject. Her piece covers some areas we have not really discussed so gave me a lot to think about.
Orgasms Save Me From Myself by Tabitha Rayne
As you will know if you have been paying attention I am doing the #30dayorgasmfun project created by Tabitha. I am enjoying it immensely and will definitely write about it again at the end of the month but this post by Tabitha is a very vulnerable piece about her own struggle with mental health issues and how orgasms have helped her with that battle.
I’m Not Ready to Love My Body by Kayla Lords
Like Tabitha’s piece above Kayla explores her relationship with her body particularly in relation to her health. Again I think it is a battle that many people regardless of gender can identify with
Stifled by Teachers Have Sex
Yes I know she already appears further up this list but this very clever image that speaks to the rise in censorship and suppression of adult content.
Remembering your Touch by Sweetgirl’s Journal
This is such a beautiful image. I love the way the water is cascading over her body and the curve of her waist is so fucking beautiful.
All of me by Rebel’s Notes
There are a lot of posts in this round-up that are about body acceptance and this lovely series of images by Rebel are accompanied by her thoughts on that subject too.
The Cream of Manchester? by Eve’s Temptations
Only the Brits are going to get this and even then only those of a certain age will remember the Boddingtons advert that it is reference. It made me laugh out loud though and it is brilliant image.