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Come and Play 2-5, Episode 31: Recorded Live at Dungeons + Geekdoms

Episode Summary We’re recording live at Dungeons and Geekdoms New England! We talk about Vagina Rage and shitty sex ed in America. Then it’s a bunch about the amazing kink con, the classes we’re taking, and the vendors and products. Some discussion of Jurassic World, dinosaur gothic, dinosaur porn, and video games we’re playing. I… Read more Come and Play 2-5, Episode 31: Recorded Live at Dungeons + Geekdoms

Comes in Threes: The Birth of a Polyamorous Erotic Romance Series

Guys, gals, nonbinary pals, I am thrilled to finally announce the publication of my next series! The Comes in Threes series presents three polyamorous love stories set in the fictional small-town setting of Mapleton, Massachusetts. Book 1, Three-Way Split, releases on August 20, 2018. Book 2, Three’s the Charm, releases on November 19, 2018. Book 3,… Read more Comes in Threes: The Birth of a Polyamorous Erotic Romance Series

Who’s Afraid of Fat Bodies? Stamp Collecting and the Threat of Fat Activism

Lately, the body positivity movement has been making some cool steps forward in fat activism and the visibility of fat bodies in the media. It’s showing up more and more. Refinery29 is running their 67% project, based on the fact that plus-size women make up 67% of the population and resolving to show plus-size women in 67% of… Read more Who’s Afraid of Fat Bodies? Stamp Collecting and the Threat of Fat Activism

Body Modification and Feminism: My Body, My Mods

Body modification has been on my mind quite a bit lately, because I have several piercings and tattoos and I’m about to get another piercing soon. While there is much less judgment now than there has been in the past regarding piercings and tattoos, a number of prejudices still linger, and I want to talk about… Read more Body Modification and Feminism: My Body, My Mods

Filling the Well: The need for creative input

Creative Output: The 365 Challenge Last year, I took the 365K challenge from the Facebook group 10 Minute Novelists. Well, that’s not entirely accurate. I missed official signups for the challenge, so I completed it on my own, committing to writing an average of 1000 words a day for the entire year. I knew I would… Read more Filling the Well: The need for creative input