Erotic film actress Heidi Switch makes porn and body image deeper (and promotes more ethics)

“Put yourself on the pedestal,” said “adult performer” (what do actresses and actors in XXX movies prefer to be called? “Porn star?” “Adult film actress/actor?” “erotica entertainer?” Wikipedia—which I always hate to cite, but is a fine enough source for this context—lists “pornographic film actor/actress, adult entertainer, porn star” and lists “actor” and “sex worker” […]

Paulita Pappel, Lustery, Ersties, and my corrective emotional experience concerning sex and porn

Paulita Pappel, Lustery, Ertsies and my corrective emotional experience concerning sex and porn Paulita Pappel, a 33 year old, Spanish, sex positive feminist filmmaker, pornographer, and founder of, and a force behind, profoundly changed the way I think and feel about love, sex, women, and pornography. I had an emotionally corrective experience I […]

On polyamory: part 2– Some observations on sexual attraction

On polyamory: part 2— Some observations on sexual attraction    A girl once called me ugly.[1] Fifteen or so years later, the remark still bugs me. Sometimes, when a woman attracts me, I think “she’d never fuck me![2]” And then I fall into hate with my face, and physics, and fate for damning me with […]

“Let’s get down to business I don’t got no time to play around what is this (Eminem)”; “We be taking care of business” (Randy Bachman) — I.e., “Mixing Business & Pleasure” & Art! (Tuesday, August 25th, 2020)

To be an money making artist who keeps his soul When entrenched in my “artist role” often any thought of theoretical business savvy shakes me up in distressing way thus interfering in my conquest for getting paid nice for my hard work.(And, as I believe I’ve mentioned before, since childhood the belief that art is […]

Uttering the “F Word” While Searching for the Fruitful Knowledge-Apples From Trees of Mistakes (Saturday, August 1st, 2020)

One of the most negative thoughts that sometimes overpowers my capacities for reasoning, conferring with basic philosophical principles such as compassion (which in my view one owes to one’s self if one is to offer it to others with any effectiveness) and the optimistic framing of perspective that reiterates life’s and the universe’s (and/or multiverse’s?) […]

In Pursuit of ‘Making Something of Myself'” (Monday, July 27th, 2020)

The following is NOT an advertisement: I’m drinking “Allegro” coffee—the organic Early Bird Blend. Allegro describes its taste as “mellow, cocoa, and roasted nuts”; I’m glad they described it because I lack talent in describing tastes and scents. At least most of the time. When whiskey and wine have a good spiciness or when wine […]

The Karate Kid Quits Karate To be a Movie Star, etc… (Monday, July 20, 2020)

I hope with storming intensity, as if (well, in my perhaps at times playfully hyperbolic micro- daydreams) if it were the Earth’s introduction to water… (In the Scientific American article written by  “Everyday Einstein Sabrina Stierwalt” on October 6, 2019—“How Did Water Get on Earth?” the theory explored is that an asteroid or comet, […]

two passages from “I; From Self Awareness to Esteem to Actualization in Solitude and in Good Company (i.e., in and out of episodes of loneliness)”

These passages are from a prosimetrum I’m writing, essentially, about self esteem and self actualization both from philosophical and psychological points of view especially. Along with two verses I’m also including the epigraph and the prologue… “What is unique about the ‘I’ hides itself exactly in what is unimaginable about a person. All we are […]