Wind, rain, grey sky… No desire to go outside. I just wanna…

Drawing a penis is fun, no matter what your gender is or how old you are. For those of you who feel the strong urge to be creative right now: have a look at Cock-A-Doodle!

Beautiful, cute, funny, erotic, sexy pictures – for every one’s sexual interest:

Sex is not the enemy

Great website!

Sometimes there is simply no time to take his clothes off…

Lesley, Filament Magazine, 3rd issue

A few weeks ago, a man asked me if women find it sexy to watch their men ‘playing’ with themselves. My answer: “Oh yes…” He was surprised by my response, which made me wonder, for why wouldn’t we like to see our partners having a good time?

N.B.: we can always join in :)

You can find more images on Male Submission Art
Here a small selection of the photos I like best.

And the best for last…

Enjoy the male curves… mhh…

“Do you know the movie ’9 Songs’?”
“Hmm, I fear not…”
“That surprises me, considering your interest in sexuality. You should watch it.”

A tiny part of a long and fascinating conversation with photographer Pilo Pichler about my future project – an illustrated book with beautiful and lustful images of naked men for women – and my fantasy to maybe, one day, produce an erotic movie. I truly thought I had not seen 9 Songs by Michael Winterbottom, and so Pilo insisted on me borrowing the DVD from him.

Today I felt like watching it. After a few minutes, my memory told me that I had seen a part of it some time ago on Arte TV. I did not finish watching it then, because I dislike german voice-overs, especially in love/sex scenes. Some how, “Fick mich, ja, ja,” just doesn’t sound as sexy as the English equivalent. Good thing I could choose the original language now :)

This independent movie tells the story of an American woman and a British man who meet at a rock concert and fall in love. It is nothing more, and nothing less. How the relationship develops, is told through their love-making. The special thing about the movie: the love-making is real and explicit.

You see both the actress, Margo Stilley, and the actor, Kieran O’Brien, completely naked. You see them having intercourse, you see them having oral sex, you see his erection, you see him climaxing. Yes, all that in a ‘normal’ movie!

In the interview on the DVD, Stilley says that people who watch the movie, are not likely to be aroused by it. I do think it is an arousing movie. It does not have te same effect as a pornographic movie, but it does turn on. Observing her enjoying the sex, seeing how he gives her all his attention – to me O’Brien makes the impression of being a great lover – and knowing that it is real, does make the movie a lustful experience. At the same time, it works very realistic and normal. You could just as well be watching yourself making love to your partner.

Come to think of it, I find it actually quite fascinating and strange, that sex scenes in TV series like The Sopranos, Californication, Sons of Anarchy, True Blood, you name them, where you do not even see a hint of penis (or did I miss something?) and the sex – most likely – is not real, have a much more pornographic effect than a movie like ’9 Songs’… Something to think about…

’9 Songs’ is the proof that film makers can show a male protagonist naked, in a mainstream movie, with and without an erection. My motto still is: if you can show a naked woman, you can also show a naked man. Quid pro quo, or ‘a penis for a tit’ :)
In addition, I find it absolutely remarkable that these two actors had the guts to participate in this project. Thumbs up and 5 stars!

An extra star is for the moving ending with a live performance of my favorite song by the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club ‘Love Burns’: definitely the perfect dessert!

Photographer: Lex Machina

What would the perfect sexy magazine for women look like? Would it contain pictures of uncharismatic men, who spend each and every hour in the gym and have nothing interesting to say? Would it have articles about the ten hottest sex positions to keep your partner happy? Would it share the latest gossip about celebrities and their amourous escapades? Would half the content be reserved for advertisements about losing weight, make-up and vaginal rejuvenation? Would it, really?

If that is what you are looking for, then Filament is not the magazine for you. Thank god.

You must know by now, that in my opinion men and women are not as different as we are programmed to believe. We like watching naked men, we enjoy watching pornography and we love reading steamy fiction that makes our ears glow red. We want wild, lustful sex, and would skip the romantic candle light dinner without thinking twice if we know that mindblowing, orgasmic craziness is what awaits us afterwards.

Photographer: Susan Beaver

When it comes to erotic magazines for women, it is easy: we want good and clever articles – about various topics. We want erotic fiction that is hot, direct and stimulates our lustful fantasies. We want images of natural, authentic looking men, men who make us curious, men we want to touch, men we can meet in real life… This is exactly what you get with Filament.

I have the first four issues lying on my desk. Each and every copy has been a pleasure to read. I love the article by Hannah Crosby in issue nr. 4, “Putting women in games”, about games for women and women in the games industry. Crosby says we do not require games for women: “We’re playing these games (games for men) because we want to be in the driver’s seat, take control and kick arse.”
“… all that is needed, is to acknowledge that women do play these games, and to temper the sexism.”  Isn’t it the same with pornography?

A Beginner’s Guide to Pegging” by Kasumi Archer in issue nr. 2, obviously stole my heart :). Other topics you can read about, are music, women and professional wrestling, gay for girls, bondage techniques, recipes, etc., etc. Plus: lots of naughty fiction, and lots of sexy pictures of real men. By the way, Filament was the first magazine in the UK to show an erection!

What I also like, are the interviews with the ‘models’. No superficial chit chat, but questions that offer some insight into the person behind the body.

To all you men-lovers out there, I have one thing to say: ladies, get yourself an issue of Filament, and convince yourself that a quality magazine that is hot and smart is possible.

Keep up the good work, Filament!

P.S: Thank you, Lyn, for suggesting this magazine to me!

Oh no, it is Tuesday already. Where is our new hottie?!
I have to admit it: I am running out of stock…
After hours of surfing the net and almost giving up hope, I finally found this image.
What do you say, ladies? Is he sexy, or is he… sexy?

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"Lust is a lovely word and makes love so much more interesting."

~ Michael Faudet


"I love the male body. It's better designed than the male mind."

- Andrea Newman

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"The male nude is not shown as frequently as the female nude, so the conditioning is not there for most women as it is for men."

- Vivienne Maricevic


"Within cultural practice generally, a male's body is not anatomized nor is it ever made into an object of study in the same way as female bodies."

- Maxine Sheets-Johnstone


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