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Wednesday Winks (by which I mean links)

April 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

Happy Wednesday, my loves! I've been crazy busy recently with many projects going on at once, and naturally they all seem to be overlapping so that my deadlines are clustering together in a distinctly unpleasant way. I apologize for my relative silence here on the blog, but I've been quite vocal elsewhere if you want to catch up on Lynsey G's writing life! Links to my recent work below, and in the meantime, here are some fabulously sexy, smart, and kinky links to get you through this hump day in style! [...continue...]

Um, Y’all Need to See This

May 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

This Map Shows Which States Have the Longest (And Shortest) Sex in America. Looks like some of us need some practice, n’est-ce pas? Better get to masturbating, folks. Oh, and by the way, Salon just did an interview with the indomitable Carol Queen, one of the masterminds behind International [...continue...]

Wednesday Linksitosis

August 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

1) Aaahahahaha, I made you look at a penis snake! Although, actually, according to Grist, “this thing is not a snake (or a penis) but actually a caecilian, which is a type of legless amphibian. Engineers in the Amazon discovered it while they were trying to drain a portion of the Madeira [...continue...]

Monday Linksasaurus

July 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

Hello, my darlings! Thank you for your patience in between posts! I’m on the mend, I think, and am feeling much better than I was at this time last week, but there’s still a long way to go.  I have a few things I’d like to post about this week and hope I’ll have the energy [...continue...]

The Vibrator in the Bedroom: Friend or Foe of the Straight Man?

February 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

Not featured: human beings. In a noteworthy article on Salon today, Tracy Clark-Flory brings up a very cheering topic: straight men are starting to get less intimidated by sex toys. Granted, Tracy lives in San Francisco, where things tend to be a bit more sexually progressive than elsewhere, but [...continue...]