The Early Show thinks gazing at gay men kissing is a no-no, but doesn’t mind watching lesbians kiss. Also, sex blogger Belle du Jour is a neurotoxicologist, and boys decide to try girls’ school uniforms on for size.
Playboy playmates, anonymous sex blogger call girls, and lesbian celebrities locking lips are all great fun, but where are all the male equivalents? Contrary to popular belief, men and women respond equally strongly to erotic images. So in this episode, say hello to pretty men courtesy of Suraya Singh, editor of Filament Magazine, and Brad Hanon, the only man who keeps his clothes on at Syzygy Magazine. Both of these are publications that focus on the female gaze, featuring literary and visual erotica expressly created for a female audience.
Also, although we took a hiatus from some aspects of the show to focus on KinkForAll Washington DC, we’re delighted to have found a way to log our chat room conversations and are considering adding episode chat room logs to the Kink On Tap Wiki. And speaking of the wiki, don’t forget that you can edit every page there. If you posted a topical link while chatting that we discussed on the show, why not add it to the episode’s show note page? Here are instructions for how to help with show notes.