Monthly Archives: November 2011

Porn on a Plane

Not Snakes or Samuel Jackson just porn,  Porn on a Plane.

Ryanair, a European airline, uses sex appeal and low prices to win customers and even over come big names such as Aer

Lingus.

“In 2008, O’Leary famously said that business class on Ryanair’s long-haul flights would include “beds and blowjobs” at a press conference.”

The company’s tendency to use sex to sell is now going to a whole new level with their proposal of  a scandalous new in-flight app that will allow passengers to screen porn at 30,000 feet.

According to The Sun, the proposed app for iPads or smartphones would allow passengers to play games, gamble or even watch raunchy movies. “Hotels around the world have it, so why wouldn’t we?” Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary told the paper. He also noted that he wouldn’t be broadcasting porn on seat-back TVs.

If the plan ever takes off, it’s estimated that it would take a year to implement.”

In flight, one can already pop a DVD into their computer and watch what they may or even pay for Wi-Fi to access the internet and pornography.

O’Leary noted the success of porn in the hotel industry.

Is it surprising that airlines are wanting to cash in too?

Fifty percent of hotel guests, purchase pornography during their overnight stay which  accounts for nearly 70 percent of major hotel  in-room profits.

Would the airlines have a similar response?

The obviously big difference between a plane and a hotel room is of course privacy.

If a man or woman accessed porn while in flight, others would be able to view the screen.

This gentlemen created a unique version of privacy through his sweater.

Makes you wonder what he’s watching.

Although pornography is easily accessible and has high personal interest and popularity, there remains a time and a place, which in my opinion does not include a plane.

So Good Luck Ryanair, if you can get  privacy and porn, make sure you include some napkins, if not, just scrap the whole idea.

On the extreme end of pornography, privacy, and planes, a Utah man has been accused of watching child porn on a Delta flight from Salt Lake City to Boston this past Saturday.

Forty-seven year-old, Grant Smith, of Cottonwood Heights, Utah, a decorated science and engineering professor at the University of Utah, ‘was sitting in first class when a fellow passenger saw the pornographic images on Smith’s laptop and told flight crew, the Associated Press reports”.

Mr. Smith pleaded not guilty to child porn charges in a Boston court.  “Prosecutors said a flyer seated behind Smith in the first class cabin of the Salt Lake City to Boston flight spotted the pervy prof looking at kiddie porn on his MacBook and snapped a pic. The unidentified flyer then texted his son to call Massachusetts state cops before alerting the Delta crew, the Boston Globe reported.  A flight attendant asked Smith to close his laptop, but he was later seen scrambling to delete files from his computer, the Globe said.

Mr. Smith evidently didn’t have the clever sweater to hide his devious crime and fortunately an adult witnessed his behavior and reported him.  Child porn- always a bad idea and the epitome of a heinous crime. Porn on a plane- ust a  general bad idea.

I’ll pass on snakes, porn and even the over exposed Samuel Jackson, on a plane.

Give me a few sodas, some peanuts and a smooth ride  and I’m one happy passenger.


Sex School

At many universities, the Human Sexuality course is often the most popular.  A student learns the ins and outs of sexual anatomy, STI’s, pregnancy/birth, dysfunctions, and even some historical and cultural aspects of sex.

Yet what about taking it to the next level?

From books to action.

Last year at Northwestern University,  an after class presentation in Human Sexuality, went ‘live’ with a masturbation demonstration.  This didn’t go over so well and now the course has been shelved.

What if you knew you were signing up for a Human Sexuality course that included both the books and the sex.

That is what is happening near Vienna Austria, with the opening of the world’s first “School of Sex”.

Ylva Maria Thompson, the school’s headmistress, announced the opening of the Austrian International School Of Sex (AISOS), the world’s first school of practical sexuality.

The website states, “AISOS is Europe’s first school geared towards the development of sexual skills and techniques. As opposed to most schools dealing with sexuality, AISOS’ core education is not theoretical, but very practical. ..The courses at AISOS cover everything from sexual techniques to the history of sexuality.

At AISOS we want you do develop practical skills that will change not only your life, but also the lives of the people you decide to partner with.

In short, we teach the art of giving and receiving sexual pleasure.”

Check out their website: http://www.aisos.at

The website provides information in both German and English.

A few things came to mind when I found out about this new ‘sex school’:

One –  I lived in Vienna, Austria in 1993, obviously 19 years too early to attend the school- darn!!

I was lucky enough to visit Amsterdam a few times and that’s a sex thrill or ‘schooling’  just roaming the streets.

Two- Why didn’t I keep up to date on my German (as classes are held only in the German language).

Three-  I just accepted an adjunct professor position….maybe I should apply to AISOS.  To which I quickly said to myself, ‘Oh yes, I have a family and a business, and in particular a husband who I’m certain would much rather have me teach a school work class than lead a live sex presentation.’

Nevertheless, this new sex school is cutting edge to promoting sexual pleasure and education.

In the headmistress column, it states Macnab’s first three objectives of sex education are:

1. To make affection, sex, and love a constructive rather than a destructive force in modern society.

2. To develop feelings of self-identity, self-respect, and moral responsibility as an integral part of their personality and character development.

3. To understand and appreciate the sexual side of human nature psycho-sexual development may occur as normally and healthily as possible without feelings of indecency, embarrassment or undue guilt.

Sounds good to me.

Books AND Action.

Hopefully one day soon, I will return to Vienna and visit the school, for research and observation of course.

Would you sign up?                                                                                                                                                                    I would.


Sex Sells: Bibi Jones, Courtesans and Geishas

According to the Daily Mail, an agent at one of America’s biggest sports agencies is accused of using a porn star, Bibi Jones of such films as “Naughty Nannies 3” and “Amateur Action”, to help him recruit new players for his agency.

“Porn star Bibi Jones claimed in an interview that she used to accompany Gaylord Sports Management agent Terry Bross to bars where he would talk to baseball players that he was hoping to sign.”

Bibi reports  sleeping with at least 10 of the baseball players she met over the course of a year through Mr. Bross, on her own accord, and without pay. ” ‘I was willing to do it,’ she said. ‘It wasn’t even expected for me to hook up with these guys. It was just like I was arm candy for him.'”

The underlying theme here is about businesses utilizing prostitutes to secure deals.

Does this surprise anyone?

It happens, right here in America.

It may be a car, an exorbitant amount of money, a vacation or a prostitute.  Businesses use pleasure and thrill to secure the person or the deal.

This alluring and ‘rewarding’ approach to business is even more formalized in other countries.

  Currently, many Asians countries customarily provide a prostitute to solidify business deals.  It is even considered an offense if you do not accept the ‘gift’.

Most of us are aware of the beauty, entertainment and skill of the Japanese Geisha.

A culturally accepted and highly sought after woman of talent and knowledge that included skill in the bedroom.

Traditional Japan embraced sexual delights and men were not constrained to be faithful to their wives. The ideal wife was a modest mother and manager of the home and love had secondary importance. For sexual enjoyment and romantic attachment, men did not go to their wives, but to courtesans. ”

“In modern day,… Geishas can be compared to as cultural hostesses who have the power to move Japanese men’s desire in a profound way.”  Geisha’s and maiko’s are now a rare sight outside hanamachi. In the 1920s, there were over 80,000 geisha in Japan,but today, there are far fewer. The exact number is unknown to outsiders and is estimated to be from 1,000 to 2,000, mostly in the resort town of Atami. A sluggish economy, declining interest in the traditional arts, the exclusive nature of the flower and willow world, and the expense of being entertained by geisha have all contributed to the tradition’s decline.

It is through cultural acceptance that the worlds oldest profession became legitimate.

This cultural acceptance is seen throughout history particularly with the famous courtesans of Europe as well as in Hellenistic society .

A female courtesan and prestigious male were viewed as simply an affair of benefits gained for both those involved. Publicly and socially, affairs of this sort were common in Europe during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, as well as the early 20th century, and were generally accepted in wealthy circles.

There were many famous courtesans in history, one of which is Diane de Poitiers (3 September 1499 – 25 April 1566) was a French noblewoman and a prominent courtier at the courts of kings Francis I and his son, Henry II of France. She became notorious as the latter’s favourite mistress. It was in this capacity that she wielded much influence and power at the French Court, which continued until Henry was mortally wounded in a tournament accident, during which his lance wore her favour (ribbon) rather than his wife’s.

The powerful influence of courtesans, who owe their existence largely to the Catholic Church, has flown unseen in the courts and commerce of  Europe for centuries. Sex was their currency.

There is a difference between a mistress and a courtesan—and that is love. Courtesan sold herself, body and mind, as a career. A mistress gave away her love, and often had children with her lover. Now that’s not to say a courtesan couldn’t become a mistress, but then she wouldn’t be a courtesan anymore.

When we look at the strong historical significance and social acceptance (even if it was a double edge sword) of courtesans, mistresses and geisha; we see a stark contrast to our current puritanically influenced society where extra marital affairs, mistresses, and prostitution is shunned and condemned.

The 20th and 21st centuries changing view of the skilled, sexual, available female has increased social stigma, encouraged divorce through the hyper-focus on monogamy and can be a hindrance in our  sexual expression.

Could Bibi Jones be a modern day courtesan, who inspires with her beauty, titillates the male senses, and utilizes her sexual skills to pleasure others?

I am uncertain.

What I do know is that women’s sexuality has influenced our world for centuries, socially, academically and even in times of war.  When we place taboos and stigmas to a historically accepted practice, we lose a part of the fabric of our diverse culture.

When we normalize the ways of the business world in past and in the current context, whose goal is to allure and secure potential clients, we will accept that not only money, the promise of fame, vacations, material items and more, influence our social and business transactions, but the powerful role of sex will continue to play an important part.

Bibi may not pass as a courtesan, yet sexual currency cannot be denied as influential in today’s business world.

Bibi’s eye candy and her sexual actions may have influenced a few baseball players to sign on with Gaylord Sports Management.  That was what they wanted, Right?

To allure, pursue and obtain the clients or items that will further their business or social agenda.

Sex Sells.

Are you buying?

Business is.


Sexting…..10 Tips

Oh the Joys of Sexting.

Urban Dictionary defines sexting as:

v: the act of text messaging someone in the hopes of having a sexual encounter with them later; initially casual, transitioning into highly suggestive and even sexually explicit.
Sexting can create a heightened sense of arousal and can be a great way to flirt and play with a partner or potential partner.
Its a way to share fantasies via words, pictures and even videos.
Actually its a great way to have ‘safe sex’ as no touching occurs, no ‘real’ sex that is; only electronic inspired horniness, erections, arousal, lubrication, panting, lusting and at times…. release.
In the Girls Guide to Sexy Text Messages  , the author suggests this sext as a way to really turn on your partner:

I could really get him over the edge with a sexy conversation starter like this one…

Me: “Hey babe. I just got out of the shower and started massaging my body lotion all over me. I got hot thinking about something you do to me…”

Him: “You know I love to do all kinds of things to you. Which one are you thinking of?”

Me: I’m thinking about how turned on I get when you start gently twisting my nipples with your magic fingers while you plant wet kisses behind my ears. I’m getting hot just thinking about it.”

Bleck….I’ll pass on the ‘magic fingers’!

I would not think many men would find this an ‘over the edge’ sext.  Maybe if she sent a video of her massaging the body lotion all over, or indicated exactly what she wanted him to do with his body or to hers, outside of wet kisses and magic fingers.

There are too many bad examples that are cheesy, too romantic and wishy washy.

Sexting is flirty, playful, direct, hot, and tempting.

An another example of a flirty yet non direct approach is:

Her: So I haven’t heard from you in a while
Me: Can’t stop thinking about me huh?
Her: You wish, something smelled bad in the trash and I thought of you
Me: Not surprised, you are a pretty filthy girl
Her: Only in bed
Me: Yeah maybe we will have another shot at that sometime. (If you are lucky)
Her: I wanna be lucky!
Me: I used to have a dog named lucky, If you want… I still have his collar
Her: Ruff Ruff!!!
Me: I think I might have to keep you away from the cat box
Her: ROLFL, shut up! That is so gross! My dog does that all the time.
Me: Okay, lucky the dog. Beg for me and I will see you on Saturday
Her: Already on my knees

Mademan, offers 10 Hot Girlfriend Sexting Examples, asking ‘What’s your fantasy?’, ‘When can I touch you again’, and requests of ‘Take a pic right outta the shower”, and even suggesting video recording your orgasm.

I’d say these are pretty direct ways to get a response.  Remember playful, hot, tempting.

Sexting requires some smarts as well.

There are no guarantees your pictures, videos and typed words will remain private and only with the intended party.   Upon researching others suggestions of smart sexting, most were related to shame oriented messages and guidelines targeting teens, yet I want to look at consensual adult sexting.

Here are my 10 recommended guidelines for sexting.

1) If your privacy isn’t guaranteed, consider Excluding your Face. (tattoos are another giveaway, you might want to place your hand over your distinct markings.)

2) If your in a relationship and its not okay to sext, don’t do it on your FB account. (ie. Anthony Weiner). You know, even if you are single, keep it off facebook.

And remember there are consequences for your actions even if you aren’t actually touching someone, your partner might consider it cheating.

Determine if its worth the risk.

You’re partner may be open to sexting as long as it stays in the ‘distance’ arena and doesn’t turn into a physical act. Sexting cannot only get you in hot water with your partner, it can ruin a reputation, a career,  and be pretty scandalous. 

Be Smart about it.  Understand timing, boundaries, and maintain self respect.

3) Please take a decent picture.

In the picture on the right, despite including her face, she looks playful, its flirty, not vulgar and you get to see how her breast look when she’s leaning back.

This lady on the left, left out her face and utilized a pose that flattered her figure.

  Both pictures look natural, not overly pose-y.

Don’t send pics where your privates aren’t trimmed/man-scaped, or your tummy rolls are showing. Pay attention to lighting as well.

Keep the camera out of the shot.

Look at your pic before sending it, most of us get 2 great pics out of 10 not so good ones.

Its about fantasy, not about reality where we may have razor burn, bumps and bruises.  Pay attention to what you send.

4) Know your audience, some people would roll their eyes if they received a picture of a penis, others may salivate.

5) No unsolicited sexting, if you think someone may be interested in a flirty sext, start small without sexual overtones to see if you get a response, then try a little more flirt. If you get a flirty response you can amp up the verbiage but remember only after you have a flirty text relationship.  No random or shocking texts to your audience if one hasn’t already been established.

6) Sext Sober , Drunk sex isn’t too much fun and this trumped up when it’s sexting: poor timing, unsolicitation, desperation, cheesy, bad pics, and annoyance tends to occur.

7) Sext words you would actually say, its disappointing when you have a playful sexting interaction yet are a dud in real life. Be spicy in the real world just as you world in the vitual world.

8) Establish what the ‘sexting relationship’ is about.  Don’t use sexting to lead someone on.  Many people struggle keeping sexting in the virtual plane and not engaging in real life sex.  If you’ve had sex with the person or want to have sex, plan to have more with them, and utilize sexting as a fun and arousing tool,  GREAT.  Plus I highly recommend it in marriages as its an easy way to add spice.

If you only plan on sexting from afar with no intentions to engage in real sex, let them know.  Hopes are easily crushed through a lack of communication and a mix up of expectations.

Sexting can create a facade of intimacy that may not turn into a real friendship or a relationship. (this is a trap many women get themselves into). Maintain realistic expectations of what sexting is all about. Sometimes when it gets ‘too real’ it removes the fun or even creates a defensive reaction of distance/avoidance.  If you’ve sexted and fantasized about this person yet have never engaged in sexual relations with them, you’re more than likely to have your bubble busted with reality.

9) Keep it Fun and Witty  Sexting is about flirtatiousness, temptations, and play.  Keep it playful and be witty, both you and your sexting partner will keep smiling. Its FUN remember!

10) Don’t Kill the Mood (according to GQ)
Here are ten things you should never text:
1) Yay, I have a boner!
2) This is so much better than actually having to sleep with you!
3) Where’s your dog’s nose right now?
4) LOL 🙂
5) I’ve been doing laundry this whole time!
6) Oh God, cum in me eyes.
7) Wait, who is this?
8) Hold on, my mom is calling.
9) Can we switch to Klingon?
10) My phone might die.

Enjoy your sext.

As always, keep it smart, safe and FUN!


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