You haven’t got her a Valentine’s Day gift yet! Flowers and chocolate might just not do it again this year, so here are a few original gifts ideas for your special Valentine. Think of her as you choose her gift to ensure you another year of great sex 😛
Ask Men thinks it’s a good idea for you to buy your girl an Aukey Natural Oil Diffuser. Which is kind of cool because it also serves as an alarm clock, humidifier and air purifier. Everything she needs to make her environment cosy and fresh and all forget about winter!
If you really want to solidify your relationship and go for the plant and the pet at the same time, here’s what you need from Ask Men: Back To The Roots Garden!
Valentine’s Day porn is kinda cheesy usually. We like embracing the fromage of the holidays sometimes, but we also enjoy bucking conventions and showing off a side of ourselves that doesn’t necessarily involve red satin, pink lace, hearts, chocolates, wine and rose petals… Piper looks really great in blue and this is what she felt like wearing. Instead of forcing her into a costume, why not just let her be as she wants and focus on the love and connection of a beautiful, sensual blowjob? You’ll fall in love with Piper and her amazing blowjob skills, and really, that’s much better than having her dress up as sexy cupid, isn’t it?
Celebrate Valentine’s day with a little self-love on The Art of Blowjob.
Selina is one of my favourite women we’ve had on the site because she’s just so sweet and easygoing. It’s nice to have someone who loves giving blowjobs and really has that show on her face. Her smile is so radiant and she’s just honestly luminous. Seeing her really take her time is amazing, not only because she’s quite good at what she does, but also because it’s clearly done with love. Parker is her partner and they’re absolutely adorable together, so it’s always lovely to see them take turns giving one another pleasure because it’s so selfless and effortlessly connected. This is exactly the kind of blowjob we want to showcase. It’s not hard to see why they’d want to share their sex lives with us.
See more of Selina’s slow sensuality on Slow Motion Blowjob.
It’s been a tough couple of days, probably for many reasons, but chief among them is the fact that the world has lost a talented, innovative man. Carlos Batts was a fabulous photographer and videographer who made a name for himself in art, commercial work and adult content. His body of work on all fronts is truly gorgeous and lush with a uniquely vibrant feel. He engaged with a lot of subjects outside the norm, focusing on exposing “unconventional” beauty in raw, creative ways. Though he had many subjects over the years, his muse was his wife, adult film star April Flores. They were together for over 13 years, married for 10, and in that time he said that shooting her never felt like work, according to Gram Ponante‘s wonderful account of their working and intimate relationship. While reading Gram’s piece after finding out about Carlos’ passing, a particular topic stuck out to me:
Can what you do when you’re in love be porn? Is it porn when there’s commerce involved? Each scene of Alter Ego [a film shot by Batts, starring Flores] is lovingly framed, lit, scored, and constructed, but there are women fucking each other with dildos in it.
Sure it’s porn, but that doesn’t mean it’s soulless.
Michael Ninn could have made Alter Ego, or Andrew Blake, but it would have seemed cold.
That is a question I find that I’m asking myself a lot. Porn is hard to define and nail down, and people imagine that the love slips away from the creators and performers when you cross a certain sexual threshold or when money enters the equation. In my experience working with Camille and Mike, and in meeting, talking with and listening to many other people who blur the lines between love, art and porn, there is some almost inexpressible third heat permeating the work. There’s a warmth and closeness, not only drawn out through familiarity, but through the meeting of the professional and the personal in a defined artistic medium. It invokes a kind of solidarity and that radiates out to the audience, creating a community. They’re in this together, and we get to witness this rare thing. It’s absolutely something you can see between Carlos and April.
My heart aches for her today. Losing a soulmate is an unfathomable thing. I encourage you to peruse his inventive, original work as well as some of the films they made together. I’ve been lucky enough to meet Carlos a number of times, including when I heard him speak at the Feminist Porn Awards screening and again at the Feminist Porn Conference. His desire to move past stereotypes and labels resonates immensely within the industry. As a big girl, seeing his unabashed approach to other big women in his work made me feel beautiful, and I know I’m not alone in this. He will be remembered for his amazing work, his unique approach to blending sexuality and love with his art and, just as importantly, for being a wonderful partner to April. Rest in peace, Carlos.