Sexy link roundup: consent, poison and the word MILF

Image by the brilliant Stuart F Taylor

As ever, I’m trying to share more stuff from cool people – thanks to ErosBlog for giving me (and lots of other people!) an idea we could run with to help spread great sex writing across the web.

Headings are links – click, read, and share if you love them! Unusually this week, all the links are SFW (though they’re on adult sites so if you click around you might find some stuff you wouldn’t want your boss to see).

Candysnatch – Don’t call me MILF

“Hidden in the phrase MILF are layers of cultural downgrading of mothers and woman over 30 in general. It’s so unusual and outstanding that you should still be fuckable we will bestow you with a special title.”

GirlyJuice – 50 Hot Ways To Ask For Consent

Never again will I listen to someone try and tell me that asking for consent is ‘awkward’ or can ‘kill the mood’ – this primer of amazing phrases and questions is chock-full of hotness. Number 31 me, hot guys.

A Dissolute Life Means… She was poisoned by your utter indifference and lack of human decency

This post from Hy, who by the way I love so much it sort of hurts my heart a bit, gave me a whole heap of feelings. When chatting to a friend about her change in attitude towards sex – and men – her friend told her:

“… I’ve had men say the same thing to me as well.  Like, what happened to that horny as fuck milf? Ummm, I don’t know.  She was poisoned by your utter indifference and lack of human decency?”

Extra reading: MindGeek, porn and data

On top of the links above, I wanted to share a few extra bits with you. There have been some amazing posts written this week all about the upcoming clusterfuck that is the UK’s plan to age verify all adult content.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the incompetent way the UK government is handling age verification will affect you if you watch ANY porn ANYwhere. It is not just about ‘free’ porn, and not just the UK. While the AV restrictions will mostly be put on UK websites, they will also apply to any adult site that can be accessed from the UK. The age verification controls might annoy UK consumers and put our data at risk, but handing more power to Mindgeek will have an even bigger knock-on effect for porn producers and consumers across the world. Read the links above to see why.

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