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For those of you who are new, I have a bit of a kink regarding my nipples and there are many a pic of them posted here on this blog. Pegs, bands, hot wax, alligator clips, bamboo sticks and the like… LOVE them all!

My current fascination is with hot wax. There is something about it, the anticipation after the candle is lit, not knowing where or when the wax will fall, the hot flash of pain as the first drop lands on my sensitive skin, the warmth that spreads as the wax covering grows. Each step fueling the fire inside and bringing me closer to that wonderful orgasmic release.

I am working on an art project. Wax nipple roses mounted in a frame. The idea came from a friend on FetLife, a joke initially, and the idea stuck with me. The whole concept isn’t complete as yet as I am unsure of how to mount them in a permanent fashion (ideas anyone?),but I am having fun trying new kinds of candles and shades of wax.

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Green wax number one was a bit of a dud. Turns out the dark vibrant green was only an outer coating surrounding a white base. It still felt wonderful, of course, but what a disappointment.

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Green wax number two was much better. It was a beautiful spruce green colour. The richness of colour doesn’t show in this picture but I quite like the way it looks with the hot wax cooling on the surface showing the different colour variations from the different levels of cooling and the candle with it’s just blown out wick.

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Red wax is a favorite of mine. So vibrant and exciting. Surprisingly this is one I can drip very close to my skin, almost touching, and it doesn’t burn or irritate. Must get some more of these lovely red candles!


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There have been many blogs of late that have either shut down or moved to a new home. Much of the reason for this has to do with providers cracking down on what they consider to be pornographic content. I don’t know what other providers terms are, but WordPress terms of service states that you can have a blog that is mature in content, and they will gladly support you, but you can not “post explicit sexual materials that can be considered pornographic, such as explicit images or video of sexual acts or close-up images of genitalia.”Is_it_porn__by_Alphadork

You can find some thoughts on this by Kayla here , Ferns here, and Molly here. There are links and comments on their posts that you may also want to follow and read.

My issue with this is that what you consider pornographic and what I consider pornographic may be very different. Some may consider a woman in sexy lingerie pornographic because it shows off the woman and regardless the intent of the pic it will turn someone on. Some may consider a picture of a woman, or man for that matter, who appears to be performing fellatio on a man, even though a cock does not appear in the pic, pornographic. Some may consider pictures or descriptions of sex toys and how they are used pornographic. Many women get turned on by men in suits or uniforms, that’s where we get the term “suit porn.” Personally I don’t consider any of these to be pornography because none of them turn me on.

Pornography is defined as printed or visual material containing the explicit description or display of sexual organs or activity, intended to stimulate erotic rather than aesthetic or emotional feelings. Erotica is defined as literature or art intended to arouse sexual desire. Under these definitions most things I write, and pictures I post, would be considered pornographic or erotic. Although, I want to inspire you to look at your own personal life and desires rather than fantasize about mine.

Is_it_erotica_by_AlphadorkI have close up images of my vagina on my blog. They are included in my Pussy Pride post. I have an artists renderings of vaginas on my blog as part of another Pussy Pride post. Neither are pornographic in nature, but they each seem to go against what is acceptable. But then, one definition of genitalia says it refers to the external reproductive organs and since the vagina is internal, the external parts not being reproductive parts, maybe it isn’t included. I don’t know.

Many things, such as porn and erotica, are so subjective they are hard to strictly define. A piano, for example is not considered erotic or pornographic in any way. It is strictly a musical instrument. But, if a piece of music is being played on it that evokes a particular feeling or sexual desire in a person, then could the music not be classified as pornographic? No, I guess not since the music is played rather than printed or visual. It is art however so it could conceivably be erotica, although I do not know anyone who would say that any kind of music, regardless the effect it has on you, would be considered erotica.

In days of old one would buy a “girlie” magazine wrapped in a brown paper bag and tuck it away until they could get home and peruse it in the solitude of their room. Nobody talked about it and it was always hidden away from prying eyes of parents or friends or spouses. There was no internet. No Tumbler or Twitter or blogs. These days you can find anything anywhere and at any time. We still hide a lot of things away behind closed doors, but I believe we are, as a whole, more open about the things that turn us on. Just take a look at Facebook and the “adult” themed pages or groups that your friends like and share postings from. Tumbler has become pretty much nothing more than a library of erotic images and animated gifs.Is_it_art__by_Alphadork

Pornography and erotica are legal art forms. Of course there can be illegal aspects, as with many things in life, but that’s not what I am referring to here. I am talking about regular everyday, hardworking honest people and the things they enjoy. What is so awful about having a blog that talks about relations between people, or shows pictures of nudity? It’s natural, the human form and people loving each other, loving themselves. The way we do it differs from person to person sure, but it is still a natural thing for us to do. Some have fetishes or kinks that many don’t share or understand. To talk about those, to share our thoughts and views and fantasies on our blogs, that doesn’t make us awful people. What it does is let people know they aren’t alone in the world, that there are others who enjoy the same things they do and that it is ok. Why do companies feel so threatened by that? They shouldn’t, and we shouldn’t be punished because they do.

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So, here we are, another wonderfully Wicked Wednesday to celebrate. This Wednesday I have the honour of sharing the artwork of a friend, The Artist. He was inspired, to some extent, by the Pussy Pride Project and the Great Wall of Vagina. I struggled with how to present these pieces to you, and in the end thought the words of Artist Wife may be best…

“After he read of the Pussy Pride Project he was wondering about pussy caricatures. He is a professional artist and was wondering about an approach to depicting the beauty of the pussy in a non-goofy caricatured way. In as much caricatures are usually pushed facial features– what do you push when it’s your crotchal region and still be you? If someone was to be poetic about their pussy, is that translatable to caricature? Can an artist happily depict someone’s pussy and not come off as dysmorphic? Or perhaps happily celebrate the dysmorphia? He is curious about exploring this. He is an over all admirer , like most men (LOL) but he is an artist inspired as well. Can a guy do it justice? Do you think caricatures would be interesting–artist to artist?”

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After her initial email I responded with an I’m in! What can I do to help? The idea excited me too. I couldn’t wait to see what he had in mind, how he could translate the beauty of the pussy into caricature form.


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Just as what you see when you look in the mirror as opposed to what I see when I look at you, it is impossible for everyone to see or feel the same on a piece of art (regardless the form or subject matter). That is what makes art so fantastic.


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Artist Wife and I saw different things in these initial offerings. I noted that they could be like our own erotic Rorschach test. What do you see?

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