Hard Luck – Missy Pink’s Sex Advice

Missy Pinks at MrPinks.comMissy Pink,

There’s a girl I’ve known since high school, we’re now in our late 30’s, and we’re still the best of friends, the problem is, I want more than that. She is very comfortable around me, meaning we shop together, she’ll try on clothes in front of me, and thinks nothing about walking around her apartment in just panties and bra when I’m there. The problem is, I have true feelings for her and seeing her undressed makes me want to have sex with her right then and there. How do I tell her how I feel, emotionally and physically for her? I have to hide my erection and my love.

— Hard Luck

Dear Hard Lucky;

This is not an uncommon problem. Your friendship began early in life, and it grew into a very comfortable zone for you both. I’m assuming you shared pizza and secrets and became like brother and sister, more than a couple with romantic interest, which is wonderful, it helped you both get through puberty and life. Since you’ve had quite a few years of laying the ground work in building your strong friendship, it may be a bit difficult laying anything else.

I would not recommend you jumping her bones as she bends over with her head in the refrigerator, wearing nothing but a thong and bra. If she’s been that open with you, she may not have had the same thoughts you are, or, maybe deep down, the fantasy has crossed her mind, and she’s seeing if you become aroused by her state of undress in your presence.

Conversation is a wonderful thing, and after all these years, I would say you’re probably able to open up about anything while she listens, so, begin in a subtle manner. It would work well for you to drop little hints here and there, or instead of going out for pizza and a beer, take her to a nice restaurant, with candlelight and wine. That may be just enough for her to see you in a different light. You don’t want to ruin the friendship, but, you can’t continue going through the day with a set of blue balls either. Go slow, but stay steady, and when the moment is right, you’ll know it. Explain to her delicately that you have feelings that extend beyond friendship, let her know you care for her emotionally, and desire her sexually. The image in your mind as she’s been a bit of an exhibitionist around you may have turned you into a voyeur, but, one with a heart.

The more she takes her clothes off, the more you need to open up and express what’s driving you crazy inside. If handled correctly, there may be fireworks going off above your bed as she graces the sheets, minus the lingerie, and you’ll have everything you want in your arms.

‘Revenge Porn Bill’ Passes in CA

California Senate

Remember when sending some friends a saucy photo snapped at a drunken party, a photo that might embarrass those depicted, all for a bit of fun? Well, shutterbug, keep doing that and it could land you in what the French call “le slammer”!

Concerned that Senate Bill 255, known as “the revenge porn bill”, “could interfere with free speech rights,” San Francisco senator Leland Yee voted no on the bill and claims the American Civil Liberties Union is in his and his constituents’ corner. Passing in the California Senate on August 15th, the bill makes a misdemeanor any distribution of explicit private material that causes undue distress to the depicted, whether they were photographed or filmed under consent or not. The bill also includes an emergency clause and will immediately take effect once signed into law. First offenders will face up to 6 months’ jail time and a $1000 fine if convicted.

Senate Bill 255 specifically states “any person who photographs or records by any means the image of another, identifiable person without his or her consent who is in a state of full or partial undress in any area in which the person being photographed or recorded has a reasonable expectation of privacy, and subsequently distributes the image taken, where the distribution of the image would cause a reasonable person to suffer serious emotional distress would constitute disorderly conduct subject to that same punishment.”

Well, that sure puts Is Anyone Up? out of commission in California for a while.

Beatin’ on a Budget! with Burning Angel


Joanna Angel hasn’t exactly disappeared from the porn world, but she’s certainly stepped back from the spotlight a bit. Anyone worried that the heavily inked Brooklynite was on the verge of folding her Burning Angel company can rest easily, though, thanks in part to this killer Burning Angel membership deal. Normally charging $29.95 for one month of access, Burning Angel can now be enjoyed for half that price! And, as the front page of the Burning Angel network, such a membership would plant you at the opened gates of a world filled with inked skin, dyed hair, pierced body parts, and more ass-fucking than most prisons see in a decade. Pornstars like Skin Diamond, Dana DeArmond, and Sasha Grey have shot for Burning Angel, but it’s the Angels themselves that will keep your eyes glued to the small screen. Joanna and her crew of gutter punks, super sluts, and other revolving degenerates (including Veruca James, Krissie Dee, Tommy Pistol, Chad Alva, Vulpix, and Bella Vendetta) give you sordid “alt.porn” better than what any other wannabe porntrepreneur can manage.

Burning Angel’s archive might not be as dense as it once was, but with nearly 700 scenes and 1,500 galleries total, which is surely nothing to sneeze at, especially in the alt.porn world.

The Math:
Burning Angel, 700 scenes, and 1500 photo galleries are hard to resist at any price, but at just $14.95 a month, you’d be mad not to pay close attention. Breaking it down to bare digits, you’ll be paying .09¢ per gallery, 2¢ per video, and just 5¢ per model – a great deal in anyone’s book. And, hey, if you’re still not convinced, maybe a three-day trial for $2.95 (a pittance!) will drag you into one of porn’s most consistently interesting and decidedly unique hardcore realms.