Sugasm #65

The best of this weeks blogs by the bloggers who blog them. Highlighting the top 3 posts as chosen by Sugasm participants. Want in Sugasm #66? Submit a link to your best post of the week using this form. Participants, repost the linklist within a week and you’re all set.

This Week’s Picks
Motel Meeting (
“As always though, coming together for us meant first holding, then kissing, groping, stroking, and suddenly, there we were, as always, naked, lying together, limbs intertwined on DG’s bed under the cozy, thick white duvet.”

My breasts are not safe for work – welcome to the pink ghetto (
“I love to find out things about people’s sex lives and thinking about sex that make me see them, and the topic at hand, in a new light, and often I learn about myself that way.”

Richard Evans Lee
“An increase in sexual empathy. Being able to put yourself in the other person’s heart would curb everything from infidelity to homophobia.”

Mr. Sugasm Himself
Sexual Chocolate (

Editor’s Choice
Midnight Conversations at the Tick Tock Diner (

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Erotic Writing and Experiences
Decay (
Fuck Me First (
Hands (
Heels, Stockings, Girdle, Bra, Face (
Horny… Period! (
How Hip Swingster Got His Groove Back (
Reluctant Mary – Part Two (
Sex Party Redux (
Trade (

Sex Advice, News, Reviews and Interviews
33 Days, 33 Posts: Prologue, or, This Is Gonna Hurt (
Apple, sex toys and the genesis of the iPhone Vibrator (
Reader: But Will She Love My Penis? (
Taco Tuesday: Toy Review 1 (

BDSM and Fetish
Anxious Fuck (
Caution! The Story You Are About To Enjoy Is Extremely Hot – Part Two (
Introducing Prisoner #4228 (
The Itch, Part The Last (
Little Miss Sunshine (
Meeboguest confesses: “I have been a bad boy again…” (
Quiet The Hum Part Five (
Spanking on Honeymoon (

Thoughts on Sex and Relationships
Being Bisexual (
Cop a Feel, Show Me the Love (
Eyes Wide Open for Sexual Possibility (
The Feminist Who Wanted to Be Fucked Like a Whore (
How About Now? (
Polyamory: The Great Sexual Alternative Lifestyle (

Sex Work
A Lackluster Coming Out (

Sexy Humor
Meow (
Seduction Outtake #17 (
Who would YOU want to make submit? (

NSFW Pics (& videos)
Angela Taylor Naked (
Beautiful french maid upskirt (
For Odysseus Love, Penelope (
Happy HNT – Dungeon Bondage Chair (
January’s Cartoon Babe of the Month! (
Slaving Away (
Stella & Sandra (movie) (

The Chic Pussy

Just when I thought I heard everything out there on the market regarding pubic hair, I see a website about an eBook titled, HOT PINK, subtitled: The Girls’ Guide to Primping, Passion, and Pubic Fashion, by Deborah Driggs and Karen Risch (They look like sisters). It’s great that the eBook also includes mentioning ways to have a hotter sex life in bed with your partner.

Shaving and trimming pussy hair is the just the beginning in treating the pussy well. I would like to read their chapters on sensuous massage, grooming with a partner, bath recipes and sexual health.

I do know one of the book’s sex experts: Violet Blue. I’ve read her column in the past.

Wow, even Sex and the City star, Kim Catrall is quoted on the site about the eBook.

The book has a lot of websites listed too, which is great. There’s also erotic literature, news trends of decorating the pussy from all over the world, and historical facts in the book which means the authors must have really done their homework and spent a lot of time getting this eBook together.

I can see doing the removing and trimming of pubic hair, and being hygienic (but too much bath scents, shampoo and conditioning down there could result in an irritated pussy), but sculpting the pussy hair and keeping it shaved/trimmed in a fancy way seems like a person has way too much time on their hands. Also, some of the further adornments seem dangerous and unhealthy for the pussy.

Too bad it’s not a physical book. I believe it would have sold a lot of copies as a regular book in stores.

But the authors do say in a bookstore, the price would be about $50.00; at that price, I doubt if it would be a bestseller–unless of course if Oprah Winfrey endorsed it!

Who knows? If they make a killing selling a ton of copies online, maybe they will try off the Internet to sell more.