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So there are many things that make a sex librarian’s job great. There are countless little things, besides reading Nina Hartley’s fan mail, meeting many a sex positive people, finding Howie Gordon’s (Listen to a new radio interview with him here @Progressive Radio Network) new book signed on my desk and ready for me to read. ALL THE SEX BOOKS—ALL THE TIME.
There is definitely one thing that I love a lot, and that is finding Carol Queen everywhere. It’s like Where’s Waldo to a certain degree. So let me share with you this recent find, as I was cataloging a lot of duplicates of kinky queer magazines (TO BE SOLD SOON__KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN FOR THAT), I was flipping through BLACK SHEETS, and sure enough, there was Carol with some fabulous writing about being a sex slave to her Mistress cat Bracelet.
Also, The CSC LIBRARY is open today! Come by and say hello!
Love, Miss Ian
What a nice surprise this morning to walk in and find Howie Gordon’s new book, HINDSIGHT, True Love & Mischief In The Golden Age of Porn, on my desk.
Here is a picture of the cover,an inscription on the inside jacket of the cover he left for us, a picture I took from inside the book with Howie and Nina Hartley, and the Playgirl centerfold we made him sign for us.
Thanks Howie for hanging out with us at CSC. You’re beautiful. Congratulations on the new book. Just in time for everyone to buy it for their loved ones at Christmas.
And fuckin Whoopi Goldberg wrote the foreward. How’s you do it Howie?
Lovely stakeholder people!
Taken from Robot Hugs.
Before I went to bed last night, my friend from How Are Your Insides? sent me this and I laughed really hard. And then I woke up and realized that I was listening to a similar mansplaining conversation in my kitchen. How do I escape it? Is it never too early in the morning to assume you know everything? I don’t understand.
The Center for Sex and Culture, located in San Francisco, is publishing an art exhibition catalog on our safer sex poster collection in conjunction with an exhibition displaying these posters at our gallery. The 2-month exhibition opens on November 8, 2013.
Please check out the KICKSTARTER campaign, spread the good word, and visit in November to see the historical posters on display.
El pulgo no hace ostentación. No alza altos mástiles, torres, obeliscos, ni rascacielos. Tampoco fabrica largos fusiles, cañones ni misiles.
El pulgo, amante de la pulga, no necesita inventar ningún símbolo fálico, porque lo lleva puesto: mide nada menos que una tercera parte de su cuerpo, el tamaño más impresionante de todo el reino de este mundo, y está adornada de plumitas.
Los machos humanos, mandones y matones, llevan miles de años ocultando esta humillante información.
The male flea does not flaunt. He does not erect tall masts, towers, obelisks, or skyscrapers. Nor construct big rifles, cannons or missiles.
The male flea, lover of the female flea, need not invent any phallic symbol for itself because he wears it on his body, measuring no less than a third of his body, the most impressive of its size amongst all the varied kingdoms of this world, and on top of it all it’s adorned with feathers.
Human males, controlling macho bullies, have spent thousands of years hiding this humiliating information.
Ahhhh, the Library. Not enough people understand that books hide many secrets. Picture taken from XXXOOO: Love and Kisses from Annie Sprinkle, Volume 2 (Post-Porn Postcards).
Just a friendly librarian PSA/reminder that reading can be fun.
If you missed us at Folsom Street Fair 2013 this year… You won’t want to miss us next year.
Come visit your local sexy librarians at the Center for Sex and Culture on most Mondays from 11:30 - 3:30 in the afternoon, and explore your sexuality through all of your favorite authors.
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