I know what you’re thinking. “Why the hell is a woman writing an article about men scoring on the first date?” However, if you really think about it, who better than an experienced, educated, and (once) slightly promiscuous chick to advise you on how and what to do in order to achieve sexual success on the first date? Or as I like to call it, “sexcess.”
The lively Sheila Kennedy recounted her life during Penthouse magazine’s Guccione Era: “I was with Bob for ten years back in the 1980’s, and he shot me in Paris, Italy, and all over the world. We were international ambassadors for the Penthouse brand. I think. Bob put me on four separate Penthouse covers, which I think was a record. All that was great and lovely. I lived in the mansion for some time, with Bob, Kathy, and his extended family. We had holidays there and I felt like family too.”
Do women’s rights include the right to commit suicide? All of us concerned with the welfare of American women must answer no. We may hold different opinions on methods and ultimate goals, but we can all agree on one point: the movement must continue and it must flourish. However, if the fate of the Equal Rights Amendment in two Eastern states is any indication, the women’s movement is strangling itself with the rope of its own rhetoric. The November defeat of the amendment in New York and New Jersey will not be any more responsible for the death of the women’s rights than the smear tactics of its opponents were responsible for the negative votes. At most, these are contributing factors. If the women’s rights movement for equality dies, it will be a result of the leadership’s elitism and the consequent failure to concentrate on issues that are relevant to most women.
A female architect, Alyssa, and I had been working together for over three years as team leaders, designing and supervising the construction site of the most remarkable residential masterpieces in this country and abroad. Alyssa and I worked so well together because of our ability to read each other’s mind. Her talents were in interior design. I developed the structure around her designs to fit the client’s specs. By necessity, during the day we were almost inseparable, but when it was quitting time, we went our individual waysa: she to her husband and two young children, and I to my wife.
Little known fact, Jerry Lewis was an Al Goldstein fan.
Al Goldstein founded SCREW magazine in 1968, a time when the legal system was trying to decide what constituted obscenity constitutionally. He would be arrested on obscenity charges 19 times over the next three years. Over the years, he spent millions of dollars to fight for First Amendment rights. Goldstein was the genius behind the adult-themed public access show "Midnight Blue." So ground breaking was his show that you can be sure there would be no Howard Stern if there was no Al Goldstein. Screw folded in 2003, and in a 2004 interview with the New York Times, Goldstein said that at times, since his magazines demise, he was forced to sleep in his car and live in a homeless shelter. At the magazine's 30th Anniversary in 1998, Goldstein was incredibly optimistic about the magazine's future. Below is a letter from Al Goldstein to loyal SCREW readers after 30 years of success, the he still believed that the best was yet to come. That was right around the birth of internet porn.
The Juliette Society is not your mother's romance novel. Instead, Sasha Grey's debut novel is better suited for someone that has fantasized about spending time in the Red Room with Christian Grey rather than having a picnic on the beach with Fabio. The Juliette Society is a tantalizing read for anyone interested in edgy erotica, secret societies, and in Sasha Grey herself. According to Amazon reviews, this novel illustrates an incredibly powerful society of BDSM and extreme sex enthusiasts which will have any reader lusting for more. But reader be warned; Once you immerse yourself in this exclusive secret society, there is no turning back! Instead, you are left to Sasha Grey's own devices as she takes you on a wild ride, exploring some of the deepest and darkest fantasies ever imagined. However, despite the hype surrounding this novel, this review is determined to take a critical look instead of being blindsided by the fact that it was written by Sasha Grey.