A book that encourages us to embrace our inner pervert!
SliqGel Nuru Massage Gel
Ready to try something different? How about a body-to-body massage?
10 Surprising Truths About Human Sexuality
Think sluts are diseased? Think virgins are bad in bed? Think again!
Spread ‘Em: I Am A Gynecological Teaching Associate
I help teach medical students good bedside manner by playing patient.
Party Weekend Recap
An unforgettable weekend - naked party, orgy, funeral...
Can't wait to get to the fun part of this week!
By Kendra Holliday | March 9, 2014 at 12:34 pm
Here’s one of my favorite perverts:
So what is a pervert, anyway? Centuries ago, the word meant “atheist”, or “turning away from what is right.”
I’m an atheist, so that still fits. And I don’t see why sexual creativity and expression is wrong, so I’m glad to reclaim the word as being twisted or kinky.
There’s a great book out that covers a wide range of perversions. It’s called PERV: The Sexual Deviant in All of Us, by Jesse Bering. (Fun fact: Jesse Bering used to teach at a university in Arkansas. My ex took his position when he moved on to greener pastures.)
I’m used to academics writing about sex in theory, and removing themselves from the messy details. So I was really impressed with Jesse’s approach – he fesses up to some of his own embarrassing sexual history! Very raw and honest.
For instance, one time he masturbated to an empty Diet Coke can a guy he had a crush on drank from. He also masturbated to a picture of a naked caveman in a science book. His confessions reminded me of some of my embarrassing details – I used to have a crush on Darth Vader, and when I was a kid, I practiced making out with a Spiderman doll.
By Kendra Holliday | March 3, 2014 at 2:51 am
We had the BEST idea!
We’ve played with it a few times in the past, just the two of us, adding a third (SO HOT!), in the shower, and on a waterproof twin mattress. This time we thought it would be fun to try in a jacuzzi spa tub – take a hot bath, shave our crotches, drain the tub, then get messy with Nuru and then have an easy cleanup!
We decided to rent a jacuzzi suite and turn it into a super romantic getaway. We opted for The Cheshire, despite the mixed reviews online. I hoped the people complaining were just being fussy babies. The place had such great ambiance and character, and seemed a better idea than renting some cookie cutter suite near the airport.
The hotel has a literary theme – all the rooms are named after authors or famous works of literature. As a total book slut, this was right up my alley! We opted for the “Death on the Nile” room.
Here’s the pièce de résistance :
By Kendra Holliday | February 23, 2014 at 9:59 am
The following true statements are not based on academic research and fact, but from years of up-close-and-personal slutty experience.
You know what a slut is, right? A slut is someone who is in touch with their sexuality. They are MY truths.
I’m VERY in touch with my sexuality. Even better, I’m in touch with YOURS.
1. Tons of men have a fetish for hairy underarms.
My YouTube videos featuring my hairy underarms are SO well-received. Men write me reverential messages about them. I thought having hairy underarms would repel people, but it has the opposite effect!
2. More than the half the male virgins I’ve been with are good in bed. I’ve had sex with quite a few adult male virgins. Some have even visited me from other states to experience sex with a goddess. A friend said to me, “It must be awkward and a chore being with sexually inexperienced guys.” It’s not at all! It’s awesome. I’ve been with virgins who are great lovers, and men who have been with lots of women who are bad lovers. For sure practice and experience help, but some people have an innate sense. Or have had time to do A LOT of research.
By Kendra Holliday | February 19, 2014 at 6:30 am
I first heard about the concept of being a live, legs spread wide, model for medical students to practice on years ago, but could never figure out how to locate a program in my area.
Google searches for “Gynecological Teaching Associate” only yielded results for a documentary called At Your Cervix and opportunities on the East and West coast.
Through networking, I finally met a woman who is a Standardized Patient Coordinator here in St. Louis, and she hooked me up with a couple local GTA programs.
So, for those of you also interested in being a GTA, try “standardized patient coordinator school medicine (your city)” instead. Training is provided.
To be clear, a Gynecological Teaching Associate is a woman who receives pelvic and breast exams from medical students.
In the words of Genie Reece, a GTA in New York City:
“I have rarely left a teaching session in which I did not feel something really important had occurred. For the second year medical students, the experience can be quite intense, and we help them get through a first breast and pelvic exam with confidence and the assurance that both we and they will be okay.
As we guide the students, we are able to keep the exams comfortable for ourselves. The students need careful, thoughtful and kind guidance, as most are scared to death. Still, all are grateful at the end of the session and almost always want to know how we got into doing this work. They candidly let us know that it was ‘not as bad as they thought it was going to be!’ Students often say the workshop is one of the best experiences they have had in medical school thus far.”
I have to say, it’s a great learning experience for ALL involved. Every time I do it, I learn something new. Before the actual exams, there are often informative health talks given by the doctors who oversee the program. For instance, did you know that 88% of women don’t get breast cancer? Women are twice as likely to die of lung cancer than breast cancer. You don’t see ribbons for lung cancer festooning every product in the grocery store like you do the ubiquitous pink ribbons.We often hear stories about young women with children who get breast cancer, but most breast cancer hits women when they’re in their 70′s.
By Kendra Holliday | February 16, 2014 at 10:12 am
I love serving as Hand of the King. I figure as long as I keep giving good head, I’ll get to keep mine…
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By Kendra Holliday | February 15, 2014 at 7:02 pm
Last weekend, I packed naked clothes, slutty clothes, and funeral clothes in my suitcase.
That’s right – we faced America’s two most taboo topics up-close-and-personal – sex and death.
It was an intense emotional and physical whirlwind, full of unexpected thrills and chills.
First and foremost, I must get down on my knees and humbly thank my partner Matthew from the bottom of my bursting heart for all that he endured. Keep reading and you’ll see why.
I also want to thank all our friends who pitched in and helped us pull it off. We could not have done it without you.
We could not have done it without you.
I have no words. But I will do my best here.
It all started when I decided to host upscale swinger parties. I wanted to do it right, so I rented a luxury vacation home 45 minutes west of St. Louis. I charged admission to offset the costs, plus a good friend of mine sponsored and supported the endeavor. The play party was scheduled for Sat night.
We had the house for the entire weekend. We could have enjoyed it as a couple, or with select friends on Friday and all the time surrounding the party Sat night.
Instead, I asked Matthew if he would mind hosting a Sex Positive St. Louis fundraiser as well.
He said sure.
So now, instead of just hosting one big party, I was hosting two big parties back-to-back. Things were getting intense. I was fielding countless emails (“how much?” “what should I wear?” “I’m new and nervous!” “can I bring a date?” “can you help me find lodging?”), ordering food, shopping, signing rental contracts, visiting the location, coordinating details, worrying about parking, and pretty much freaking my shit.
By Matthew | February 13, 2014 at 5:45 am
A post by Matthew…
Have you seen The Perfect Vagina, a documentary on vaginal plastic surgery, directed by Heather Leach?
As I watched, there were a number of thoughts that came to mind:
1. Oh For Fuck’s Sake!!! The douchebags have done it again. It is absolutely atrocious that there are young women who are being told they not only need to change their tits with cosmetic surgery, but also their pussies!
Douchebaggery at its worst, Ladies and Gentlemen.
2. I have never seen a healthy and well taken care of vulva that I thought was unsightly or needed surgical adjustment, especially in person. Sometimes I want to kill it. Sometimes I want to worship it. ALL of the time, I love it. I can honestly say that by the time I am close enough to get a good look at a pussy, I am there to interact with it on some level, and as long as it is healthy, it is lovely to me.
The pussy is a gateway to a world of pleasure and pleasure for the world.
We need to embrace it, not change it.
3. I can understand the desire and even the necessity for cosmetic surgery under circumstances of health risk or physical deformation. In particular, parts visible on the physical outline of a clothed female and exposed skin.
4. Is this yet another negative side effect of the mainstream porn industry? Guy have to have big dicks, fuck at weird angles and say shit like; “Oooh she likes that, doesn’t she?!?” Women need to have fake tits and bald, fake pussies?
By Kendra Holliday | February 5, 2014 at 5:49 pm
It’s been an intense week leading up to it – whew this weather and school closing and all kinds of unexpected events and shopping for food and slinging emails like hash… I just wanna get naked and party!
For the naked party, I’m going to wear a cute Queen of Hearts headband my friend made me, a Valentine’s Day garland, red gloves, and stockings and heels.
For the Roses and Thorns play party, I’m going to wear something like this:
You can get bodystockings like this at Hustler gift store on Natural Bridge Rd or on Amazon.com – I have quite the collection! I’m so glad they’re crotchless!
By Kendra Holliday | February 3, 2014 at 5:40 pm
Here’s a pic of me from about ten years ago:
It’s incredible that this was two years after I breastfed for one year, which gave me size D milk implants! They were heavy and veined, not pale and perky at all. You would never guess that I had a three year old! I gained 60 lbs during my pregnancy. Bodies are AmaZing.
I posted the pic above on a voyeur website and got mostly positive feedback, but one man lamented my lack of breasts. That one negative comment stood out in the sea of positive comments! I’ve gained a thicker skin over the years. And more breast fat!
Here’s a pic of me from this week:
I can’t get over how my body has changed over the years. I’m fleshier all over, including my breasts. I absolutely love them! I can’t believe I used to feel insecure about them. They look like scoops of vanilla ice cream with a cherry on top – so irresistible!
By Kendra Holliday | February 2, 2014 at 11:29 am
Stop and think – how many things have been up your butt?
I have to admit, I’m just not that into the anal. It doesn’t occur to me on a regular basis. I’m much more oral and vagina-centric. So the things that have been up my butt have been few and far between. And the experiences have been good, bad, and ugly.
Here’s a quick-n-dirty list:
- Poo. EVERYONE has had poo in their butt. I hate poo. Poo is gross. Poo stinks. I don’t like smelling it, and I sure as hell don’t want other people smelling it. I’ve been using Poo-Pourri, and it works pretty well. Not that I spray it up my butt. You’re supposed to spray it in the toilet before you have a seat.
- Pink vibrating beads. I had an AmaZing experience with these. You can read about it here.
- Flexi Felix anal beads. You can read about that cute toy here.
- Bendybeads. I wouldn’t recommend these for beginners, but they are nice and sturdy, made of safe, smooth silicone. It’s fun to slowly pull them out as you’re having an orgassssmmm….