Thursday, April 12, 2012

Following Up

The only appropriate prison garb for a crime of this magnitude! Image source:

Well first of all, good news! Remember the Portland couple who got arrested playing bondage games with her tied up in the back of his car on Valentine's Day, who got reported by a concerned citizen? Well the outcome I'd hoped for ... a chewing-out with no charges ... was the one we got. Huzzah!

In other news, the 50 Shades of Gray media juggernaut continues to roll. Found a column by Maureen Dowd ... Maureen-fricking-Dowd! ... writing about her experiences reading Story of O as a teen and now 50 Shades. Oh my! The tone of the column is distinctly kinky erotica friendly, which is a big change for mainstream media writers, who generally have not been able to communicate on the topic of bondage kink without bookending anything they say with "EEEEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWW!!!!!" Which frankly tended to drown out the rest of what they were saying. So ... WTG Maureen!

"Sir! I can hardly assassinate you properly while in doggie style! Image source: vicap from Sexy Assassins.

Finally, I was working with my TV on in the background the other night, when I kept looking at the actress who was humping the guy in the Skinamax film that was on. She looked kinda familiar. Looked closer. She looked like ... looked like ...


It was not Felicia Day of course, Skinamax flicks are not her thing. It was Felicia Day's celebrity clone Justine Joli, starring in "Sexy Assassins," a 2012 Skinamax film that just HAPPENED to have come out recently. Good lord, the woman is everywhere!

So, if you want to see a scene where an actress who looks kinda like Felicia Day has full-on softcore sex with a guy then ties his wrists together (of course, Skinamax is all about dudes in distress) and finally smothers him to death with a pillow ... you're in luck! It's in rotation on the HBO digital cable channels right now!


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