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Cultural Appropriation Free Zone

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This is a kink site (obviously) and I’m all about sexual fantasies. BDSM, Role Play and Sexual Power Dynamics are all fun themes you’ll definitely find here. But what won’t you find? “Sexy Squaws” “Slave Harmens”,  or compliant Geishas. Why? Because there is a lot of really hot sexy porn we can enjoy without culturally appropriating and playing on inaccurate and very damaging stereotypes.

Fantasy is fantasy. I get that. I’m not policing your thoughts, you can think of whatever you need in order to get off. There are lots of places you can get fetishized versions of other cultures. But you won’t find it here. I feel very strongly about this. Sexual stereotypes are very damaging. They create an idea that women from these cultures are nothing more than sexual beings for your pleasure. Their entire lives and personalities are filtred down to one sexual stereotype. I want my stories to be filled with characters who come from diverse backgrounds. This means developed characters with their own stories and histories. This doesn’t mean including tropes about women from other cultures.

This is still porn, we need to have some fun with it. I might even make some choices which you don’t agree with. But I’m willing to listen to your concerns. Call me out if you think I’ve done something inappropriate. I want porn to be a place we can enjoy ourselves. But I don’t think porn should be a place where we are free to degrade and appropriate all cultures and people just for our own pleasure. There are still tons of mythical stories, fables, and historic themes we can play with while NOT stereotyping other cultures.

Porn is not reality. But like all media, it influences our reality. So lets have as much fun as we can, without hurting others with damaging stereotypes.

xoxo

Jaymie

Why I Draw Cellulite

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I draw cellulite.

Why you may be asking? Because cellulite is sexy and I draw porn.

Yes, you read that correctly, cellulite is sexy.

Now the very nature of cartooning means that we simplify a form. We take out the details that we don’t need and emphasize the ones we do. The human form can be simplified down to it’s most basic elements. Take a look at the image below, what do you see?

I couldn’t quite hear you through my computer screen, but I bet most of you said “a face”. It’s pretty cool that we’re able to see a human face in what is essentially two lines and two dots. But remember this, a cartoon isn’t an arbitrary decision.

When we draw cartoons we choose what information
to leave in and what to take out. 

The parts of a woman’s body we choose to erase and those we choose to enhance says a lot about what we think is sexy. It also sends a message about what should be seen as sexy, and what is considered unattractive.

Cellulite is something that affects 90% of women (and 10% of men for that matter). If this so called “affliction” affects the vast majority of women, then is it really a problem at all? Isn’t it just a feature of being a woman?

Is not the soft suppleness of a woman’s skin, which lends itself to reveal delicate ripples on its surface, not an incredibly attractive feature?

Body hair used to be sign that women had reached an age of sexual maturity. It was appreciated as an incredibly sexy feature. A love could become lost in the soft texture and scents held in a woman’s body hair. Until society decided it was gross, and that we should remove our hair any way possible. No matter the pain or cost.

Cellulite can not be easily shaven away like body hair. So instead of taking care of it at the end of each day (fighting razor burn and stubble in the process), we try every cream, pill, diet craze and workout move until we finally give-in to the feeling that we are fundamentally flawed. We feel disgusting, and tell ourselves there are some women who are normal and sexy, while the other 90% must beg to be fucked.

Well no. The only reason we think cellulite is unattractive is because we are told to. So fuck that. Cellulite is sexy. It’s so sexy that I draw it in my porn. I draw close ups on butts that feature the soft puckering flesh of cellulite. I will continue to draw it, and when I get better at drawing stretch marks I’ll draw those too.

Sexiness is a matter of perception. You can choose to feed into the current sociological view of sexiness, or you can choose to believe what is right in front of your face, and under your hands.

Now enjoy some cute cellulity butts.

Cowgirls But No Indians

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Fantasies and Role-play are really fun, and whatever you do in your own bedroom is a-okay with me. We can all enjoy things in private that we don’t have to share with the rest of the world. The things that turn us on can’t always be explained. Sometimes we have a particular kink because of a single image we saw growing up. The mind is an interesting thing, and the way it takes information and processes it is still not completely understood. I think our own head-space and our own bedrooms are a special place that we don’t have to justify to anyone.  Read More