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  There are many different ways to express and get hyped about sexuality. Knowing yourself, knowing your body, and knowing what feels gooooood is part of growing up, and it can be a never-ending process. Along with that process is the music you can jive to that uplifts you, boosts your confidence, and helps you realize, "oh, yeah, I like that." Whether you like your music fast, slow, dirty, or just beautifully honest, there is a bit of all of that here. Thanks to wonderful BUSTies sharing...
(That's race jokes, not racist.) Kristina Wong and Issa Rae are two performers profiled in the new New York Times video series, Off Color. The four-part series delves into the personal and political goals and motivations of artists of color who use humor to directly and acutely address issues of race in the United States. It is enthralling to hear these provocative artists overtly explain the social injustices that inspire them to be not just artists who can make people laugh, but activists who can make people...
  Getting tired of grey? Add color to your racy reading rainbow with Loose Id’s e-book erotic romances. They’ve been helping people get tied up, pinned down, turned around, and spectacularly off for ten fun-filled years. Not sure how to find your shade? Try Kele Moon for a fresh take on the contemporary palette with the broken boys of Battered Hearts and the bad ones of her new Untamed spinoff, or newcomer Linden Hughes for chart-topping contrasts in her Taste of Lacey. If you like quirky and bold...
If you haven’t watched the wonderful web series, High Maintenance, then get to watching because a new cycle of episodes are coming out next week!  High Maintenance is a web series featured on Vimeo, that follows a nameless cannabis dealer deliver to his clients. Katja Blichfeld, who is an Emmy award winning casting director for 30 Rock, and her husband and star of the show Ben Sinclair, created, directed, and wrote High Maintenance.  Taking place in New York, each episode features new clients and are between five...
      Heads up BUSTies! A new book is out and it’s called Orgasm. Intrigued yet? The result of a collaboration between award-winning photographer Linda Troeller and author/ ethnographer Marion Schneider, Orgasm (Daylight Books) aims to discuss and accurately portray women’s sexuality, specifically as it relates to the female orgasm, through personal stories and visual images.    The book, after ten years of hard work and research, is a follow-up to the 1998 volume, The Erotic Lives of Women, which went on to be called, “one of the gutsiest books...