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    Clone-A-Willy Featured:
    My Friday Films

    Clone-A-Willy Featured: <br><i>My Friday Films</i></br>

    We chatted with one of our pals, film photographer Chase Hart of My Friday Films about photo projects during a time of social distancing and what's to come in the future! Scroll down to see his newest photo set featuring his girlfriend / quarantine-partner Morgan Brooke ~

    Q: Hi, Chase! Where are you currently living / quarantining?

    A: Currently living in LA. I was on the road a lot this year and spent some time in Arizona as well. I moved to LA 2 weeks before everything shut down. Wonderful timing haha


    Q: You featured your gorgeous girlfriend Morgan in your latest photo set for us (drool), what have you two been doing to stay entertained at home?

    A: I've still been able to work on some projects for the most part. Also, we got in a very long road trip to Portland and that was great. Morgan has been spending most of her time protesting and fighting the system.


    Q: Have there been any silver linings when it comes to your photo projects during the Pandemic?

    A: Honestly, it's been difficult for me because I shoot normally 4/5 times a week, and I've done this for years. So not being able to do much haha drives me crazy. I've refocused more on art-driven work because I want to make a book someday. So I guess that has happened.


    Q: What extra percausions do you find yourself taking when traveling and shooting with models?

    A: To make things safer I've only been meeting on location and not shooting inside. I also haven't been using any MUA's so there is no person to person face touching. If we're outside and I'm wearing a mask, it seems like the best I can do with the situation. 


    Q: Where have you been finding inspiration in 2020?

    A: Hmm, I'm really into Helmut Newton's work right now. I recently bought one of his books and it was 15 lbs haha


    Q: What do you love most about shooting with film versus digital photography?

    A: I literally can't get any feelings out of digital, looks completely flat. Everything about digital is post-process and editing. Film on the other hand has so much more feeling and emotion right off the scan. A lot of photographers that shoot digital edit their photos to emulate film.


    Q: What do you look for in the models and brands you work with?

    A: I don't often get to pick the brands I work for haha though I wish I could. Models though, I look for models that have personality. They have more than one face and can play a character.


    Q: What does the future hold for you? What is next on your creative journey?

    A: Trying to find a way to grind out a creative career in a time of transition. I would like to continue being a full time creative and so far so good. 



    Introducing Unveild: An Inclusive Sex and Kink Pos Space for Black and Brown Folx

    Introducing Unveild: An Inclusive Sex and Kink Pos Space for Black and Brown Folx

    Written By Cheyenne Davis

    Sex and kink positivity are two very important components of my life. In my late teens, I used to stay up late reading erotica and watching porn, becoming more and more curious about and fascinated by this newfangled world of pleasure, desire, and intimacy. When I finally started engaging in sexual activity in my early twenties, my interest in kink peaked. My body craved the mixed sensations of pleasure and pain, and I wanted to delve deep into the waters of Dominance and submission, reward and punishment systems, and all of the facets that BDSM and fetish culture had to offer. To jumpstart my exploration l signed up for kink-based sites and dating apps so that I could learn more about the lifestyle. 

    I made my profile and joined several groups of interest. Within these settings, I learned so much about Dominant/submissive positions, BDSM, and how these things could manifest in my everyday life. Taking the new lessons I learned, I came to the realization that I enjoyed aspects of both Dominance and submission, also known as being a switch, and I decided to engage with partners that understood my needs in this position. I was enjoying my place in kink, and I felt that I met some great people who helped me foster a love and respect for the lifestyle.

    Despite feeling secure in my sexuality and kinkiness, I still felt that something was missing. Although I had mostly wonderful experiences in the lifestyle, I began to realize that it wasn’t as diverse of a space that I initially perceived it to be. Most, if not all, of kink was inherently white-centric. A lot of the messages and interactions from white kink folx were based in fetishization, whether it be sissy subs wanting to vet me to be their “Black Goddess” or couples looking for a third in the form of a Total Power Exchange (TPE) dynamic featuring a sex slave. On a larger scale, there are a myriad of groups devoted to Black and Brown bodies for White pleasure and consumption.

    Am I passing judgment on people who are in these groups? No. However, as a person that has been in kink for almost eight years now, I do think that it’s time to have the hard conversations that most people keep neglecting. A lot of people appropriate kink and fetishes to affirm the fetishization of marginalized people, and it’s sickening. This, coupled with white oppression and privilege, has really made it difficult for communities to band together and create activism in these spaces. In addition to this, the community moderators and user experience teams of these apps and services do not provide long-lasting solutions to prohibit and limit violent behaviors such as this, and this failure to perform due diligence really hinders marginalized communities, primarily Black and Brown, when it comes to accessing resources and even events. Yes, the exclusivity of white-centricity in kink spaces goes beyond virtual groups. It extends deep into in-person groups and clubs as well. There are several swingers clubs, which are members-only, but are highly selective and curate their membership based on race, gender, and even other attributes such as body size as well. 

    When I sit back and think about things like this, I sometimes question my place in kink. Does my existence truly matter, or am I being kept around for the visual arousal of white onlookers? When presenting my experiences to other Black kinksters, many of them shared the same sentiments as I did. However, many didn’t feel the need to fight for more visibility due to feeling that their voices didn’t matter. It was not only disheartening to see, but this also brought about an epiphany. From that moment on, I knew that it was time to do one thing and one thing only- make my own shit.

    I consulted my Black and Brown friends to ask them what they wanted and needed in a community for us. Many called for educational resources, discussion boards, and workshops, while others focused more on developing an aesthetic that was minimalistic yet relatable and contemporary. Using these suggestions to develop content and a brand for Black and Brown kinksters around the ages of 25-45, I created Unveild, an inclusive startup company that prioritizes making and distributing educational resources, events, and workshops for ALL Black and Brown folx who are kink and sex-positive. Unveild is currently on Instagram, where I create graphic designs and curate and reshare content from contributors and collaborators. Unveild also has a landing page for a site and forum that is in progress. I am also raising money for the company to secure an LLC, continue to build the site and fund contributors to come host events and panels. A future goal for Unveild is to also create a media company where I invite other people of color to create content that is sex and kink positive. I am also even considering expanding this to directing, producing, and making ethical porn that is inclusive and isn’t made from the white, male gaze.

    Choosing to make Unveild was me choosing to resist against white supremacy in sex spaces. Black people deserve to have and enjoy all parts of their lives, and this includes sex and kink as well. In short, we have to keep fighting for Black and Brown spaces that are safe and prioritize our well-being, and my goal with Unveild is to reach as many of my people as possible so that we can normalize Black kink. 



    To support Unveild, please follow the link here.


    My personal links:

    Twitter: @cheywrites94

    Instagram: @mochahontas.14

    Unveild Instagram: @unveil.d

    The Benefit Of Using Sex Toys to Women's Health

    The Benefit Of Using Sex Toys to Women's Health

    Written by Belinda Anderson


    When talking about sex, we often face questions that involve a persons’ stamina during intercourse, how often they reach orgasm, and what positions are best when doing it with a partner. However, many are uncomfortable talking about the satisfaction they have with their sex lives. And although these questions might not be so fitting to hear, they are crucial to one's individuality. 

    Sex satisfaction is vital in many relationships, so the discussion of using sex toys is no longer a taboo in the modern world. Moreover, sex toys are discovered to offer many health benefits. These benefits can pique the interest of the vanillas and increase the chances of first-time sex toy users to try it out. 

    But what are these health benefits? Can it really make someone incorporate the use of sex toys in their sex life?


    Women and Sex Toys

    According to a research study conducted at Indiana University,  53% of women aged between 18-65 admit that they use a vibrator and claim that it significantly helps them achieve a healthier sex lifestyle. This includes improved sexual function and satisfaction. On the other hand, 45% of men claim that using a vibrator during sexual activity is a common trend.

    Furthermore, according to the 2,056 women who joined the conducted research study, their involvement and use of sex toys, such as vibrators, led them to visit their doctors for a gynecological exam. They are even practiced to conduct genital self-examination, which is vital for every woman that engages in sexual activities.


    Surprising Health Benefits of Sex Toys

    Vibrators and other sex toys are making a lot of buzz in the market today. This isn’t surprising since more individuals are open and engaged in incorporating sex toys during their sexual activities.

    But aside from the high-level intensity and excitement that a sex toy offers, they also offer surprising health benefits. These health benefits are excellent reasons why you should consider buying and using sex toys now.


    Whole Body Wellness Improvement

    A good sex life brings out a good feeling. According to a holistic sex and relationship expert, Kim Anami, sex and meditation have the same effects on your body. Both activities light up the same part of the brain, allowing you to focus on yourself, strengthen your intuition, and relax your mind to tackle problems.

    One study from Wilkes University states that if an individual engages in sex at least once or twice a week, they will have a 30% increase of their immunoglobulin A, which is the primary factor that strengthens immunity.

    Even if you don’t have a partner to make love with or your current sexual engagement is flagging, all can be achieved or improved by using sex toys. Sex toys can spice up your sex life,  give you an additional thrill, and a sense of excitement.

    Men and women can find using a sex toy enjoyable, and there's so much to choose from, such as the Womanizer DuoSex toys can trigger sexual stimulation, which is crucial during foreplay and aids in improving the entire experience of this sexual activity.


    Treatment for Menopausal Symptoms

    One challenging factor for women when it comes to engaging in sex is during their menopausal period. Menopause is when the vagina starts to become dry and can cause vaginal tightness and vaginal atrophy.

    These are very common occurrences for women during their menopausal stage, which can have a negative impact on their sexual life. However, using sex toys, like a vibrator, can be a solution to these problems. Even more so, sex toys can ease discomfort while engaging in the activity. 

    Vibrators can be a triggering factor that can increase vaginal lubrication without penetration. It also improves the vaginal wall’s elasticity, making it more flexible to reduce the vaginal tightness the menopausal period brings.


    Better Sleep

    It is very easy to get stressed quickly in a world where there is so much going on. Engaging in daily activities and working too hard can accumulate enough stress that can harm us. This is why giving high importance to better sleep quality is very important. Using sex toys during masturbation can significantly improve our sleep.

    According to Dr. Chris Donaghue, a licensed sex and relationship expert, incorporating sex toys during masturbation can help individuals reach an orgasm. Men and women who practice masturbation while using sex toys before going to sleep can easily achieve bedtime orgasm.

    Due to the release of the "love hormones" called oxytocin and the "feel-good hormone," serotonin, masturbation can make individuals feel calm and eases the body’s stress better than any method. It can also aid in addressing recurring insomnia and restlessness. 


    Helps with Urinary Incontinence

    Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control, which can be somehow an embarrassing problem. There are many reasons women experience it, with childbirth, pregnancy, and menopause being some of the factors.

    However, using a vibrator or a sex toy can assist you in resolving such a problem. Reaching an effective orgasm while using a sex toy can help exercise and develop your pelvic floor muscles.

    To aid urinary incontinence, you need strong pelvic floor muscles, and it can be achieved with a good workout. During orgasm, your muscles will contract, and these contractions can be the perfect exercise to strengthen them. Better bladder control lowers the risk of developing urinary incontinence.


    Helps You Beat Pains

    Experiencing constant headaches? If so, do not put off using your vibrator, as they can be an instant solution to your problem. Pain reduction parts are triggered during arousal, and thanks to endorphins, it can relieve nerve impulses that cause migraines and other joint pains.

    Moreover, a lot of women who use sex toys claim that it helps them alleviate period cramps and pains. Hence, regular orgasms by using sex toys can greatly improve your experience during your menstrual period.



    Avoiding discussion of sex and incorporation of sex toys in our lives is already a thing of the past. Though there are still some who are hesitant in being open with these topics, there's a higher number who accept the new ways of how people have sex today. Sex toys might be known for pleasure, but aside from the pleasure it gives, it has significant health benefits that everyone should know about, especially women.



    Author’s bio:

    Belinda is a 42-year-old married mother of three who lives in Naples, Florida. While staying at home to raise her children, she began to write articles and blogs for various outlets. She was raised in a strict, Christian home, but has since found more peace with a more spiritual approach to life and health. A strong believer in natural and alternative medicine, energy healing, and total wellness, she stumbled on the health benefits of the female orgasm quite by accident. Since then, she has often written pieces that help inform others about the benefits she discovered. Belinda also enjoys taking care of her home and family, and often jokes that she is a bit of a Stepford wife… with a wild side. In her free time, she loves to spend time at the beach with her family, host parties and BBQ’s, and work outside in one of her many flower gardens.

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    Can you believe it's already August? Summer is flying by but we've got a fresh round of Hoescopes to keep you present!

    This month's horoscopes were written by our babe Six The Sextrologer with the help of Angeli, who will be taking over the series starting next month! 

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    10 Sex Positive DIY Ideas for Your Summer at Home 🎨

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    We're all spending a little (or A LOT) more time at home this summer! Meaning many of us are suffering from cabin fever, boredom, and at times severe monotony. But alas! We are here to spice things up with some DIY craft ideas that are easy, accessible, and of course, SEXY! We know we all need to continue to practice social distancing to be safe and considerate of those around us, but that doesn't mean we can't get creative within our own walls.

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