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I’ve posted previously about the movie, Hysteria, starring the delicious Hugh Dancy and the brilliant Maggie Gyllenhaal. Hysteria is a light-hearted look at the rather unlikely invention of the vibrator in Victorian England. It premiered last fall at the Toronto Film Festival, … Continue reading
I came across a wonderful article today from 2005, Who needs this when the classics are already bursting with sex?, about what makes classical music – and in this case, opera– erotic. It’s a very good read, in spite of the author’s whiny prudishness that creeps through in places. But it made me think – classical music IS very erotic…well, much of it, anyway. It’s erotic in the same understated way that 19th century British literature is – the sort of well-behaved veneer that barely conceals passions that make our modern-day sex symbols seem a bit overdone and artificial.
Consider the opera, Turandot, by Giacomo Puccini. The song “Nessun Dorma” is an auditory orgasm all by itself, but the entire opera is infused with sexual themes. Continue reading
I’ve been following the progress of the upcoming movie, Hysteria, starring Hugh Dancy and Maggie Gyllenhaal, here and here. Today, the Spout blog on IndieBlog Network, posted their review of this movie that details, with great humor, how the vibrator was invented: Continue reading
I’ve mentioned previously my new fascination with the upcoming movie, Hysteria. It debuted this week, I believe, at the Toronto Independent Film Festival, and is creating a lot of…yes, buzz…about female sexuality, orgasms, and the history of the vibrator. You must watch … Continue reading
I’m so pleased and excited to announce that I’ll be doing some writing for Good Vibrations Magazine. My first article, “Talking Dirty: How Language Affects Our View of Sex” is up now. Here’s an excerpt: We have a wealth of words we … Continue reading
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As well as SEX.
A lot. Of sex.
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When I was a pre-adolescent goddess, just learning about sex, I was confused about some of its finer points. The lack of clothing, for example — it did not occur to me that clothing would come off. And penetration was a concept that escaped me entirely. … Continue reading