Natty Soltesz is one of our valued authors and has written several great short stories, the latest of which, The Engineering of Consent, is now available for you to read. But Natty has more to offer.
Natty has published three new short stories about incestuous romance in his new book, Daddy’s Home!
The three stories are:
Striking Out: A father and son vacation turns awkward when Steven and his son Jeff begin hitting on women at a beach bar. They strike out, but back at the hotel things take a turn toward the taboo…
Brothers with Benefits: Connor and Brad are brothers who share a secret about what they used to get up to as horny teenagers. Now, home for the holidays, they begin to reminisce about old times…
No Greater Love: Dad and Son are hopelessly attracted to each other. But how to express it? Just wait till Mom goes out of town…
If you click on the picture it will take you to Natty’s purchase page. I hope you enjoy them.
The final episode of Mums Make Porn was broadcast several weeks ago but I’m afraid I was so underwhelmed I couldn’t be arsed to write a post about. Then today I remembered again and thought I’d go looking for the finished film. In the episode Erica Lust agreed to distribute the film, but couldn’t find it on any of her websites, then with a little more searching I finally found it. It is linked from the website of the production company that made the series.
To watch the film I had to be age verified (and also based in the UK). I was surprised how short it was, less than fifteen minutes. All I can say is… it was alright. I didn’t find it particularly erotic and it felt very staged, especially the parts where they say what they want the other to do. I suppose the final result is the same as the TV series… underwhelming and a wasted opportunity.
If you want to see the film, click on the picture below which will take youto the website. And if you do, please leave a comment telling us what you think.
This BBC article tells the story of Alex Hardy, who committed suicide 2 years after undergoing a circumcision to cure his phimosis. He went to live in Canada, and while there he consulted a doctor who prescribed a steroid cream to stretch the foreskin. When Alex felt that wasn’t working he was referred to a Urologist who immediately suggested circumcision.
This is where the cultural differences kick in. In the UK we don’t circumcise as quickly or easily as they do elsewhere.
Those non-UK readers need to understand something of the British system. The NHS is publically funded through taxation and is free at the point of need. A consequence of this system is that the UK doesn’t provide any treatment that it considers unnecessary. Hence, the NHS will not circumcise boys on demand. (They also do not routinely perform tonsillectomies.)
I am against circumcision for non medical reasons, but sometimes, those medical reasons are not necessarily valid and depend on whichever culture you live in.
The article really moved me and I felt Alex should have been given more options and more after care, especially for someone so young who’s sexual identity is just as important.
If your website is more than two-thirds porn then from July, all sites will have to very all UK citizens accessing the sites will have to prove they are aged 18 or over. To do this, they will have to either input their credit or debit card details or they will have to pay for an age verification card. Either way, they will need to know your personal details. So every time you visit a porn site, you will have to verify your age and hence give your personal details. Does anyone else find this rather… unnerving.
One other thing. Who defines what porn is? Is it porn or erotica, or sex education?
And one question I would like anyone to read this to answer. Is this website porn? I do show the occasional picture and a lot of stories do contain explicit sex. Would you class these explicit stories as porn?
I fully understand the reasoning behind this initiative, they want to protect children from seeing extreme material, which I agree with. But is this the right way to go about it?
The premise of the programme is that Ex-Special Forces soldiers put ordinary people through the SAS’s secret selection process, the ultimate test of physical psychological resilience. This year, fo rthe first time we have a celebrity edition. Celebrity is, of course, an overstatement. We have the usual crop of “Reality TV” people, DJs, sportsmen and women, and presenters.
I was surpised that the TV presenter Jeff Brazier went all the way and showing us a full frontal, usually the interesting bits get blurred. Jeff Brazier is notoriously well-hung and now we see it in all its glory, and this is after playing murder ball in near freezing mud.