If you like sexy pictures, then you’re a Holly Randall fan. It’s a known fact that Holly Randall is not just an erotic photographer, she takes better erotic photos than anyone else in the whole wide world.
It’s also a known fact that Holly Randall used to write for Sex.com, before it became the site that it is today.
While Holly Randall is beautiful and talented, she’s also cool as hell. How cool? She’s letting us rerelease some of her old articles for the old Sex.com.
Last week we got to read “No I Won’t Be Your Fluffer“. If you haven’t already read it, please do so now.
Please enjoy our latest Holly Randall rerelease and make sure you check HollyRandall.com to see the best erotic photography ever (no hyperbole).
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The Rape Fantasy
by Holly Randall
When I was a kid, my sexual fantasies began playing themselves out in the lives of my Barbie dolls. Sure most of my dolls had extensive lesbian relationships, but what I really felt I had to keep to myself were the rape scenarios I’d orchestrate between Ken and Barbie.
Being a kid and thus new to and unsure of my budding sexuality, I thought there was something wrong with me.
I would never admit to anyone that my Barbies behaved in such a manner—that is, until I started working in porn and became more open about my sexuality. What surprised me is that when I admitted these childhood sexual fantasies to other women, I discovered that many of them did the same thing. And I’m not just talking about porn stars and other women I work with in the adult industry—I’m talking about all kinds of women, all across the board. Read more…YOU CAN FOLLOW US HERE:
In 1992, when women were polled about their pornography habits, only 23% admitted to watching it. That number went up to 73% in 2006.
A study by the French Institute of Public Opinion polled 1,101 people over 18 to see where porn stood with women today. Of the 579 women surveyed, 80% watch porn. The progress we’ve made in ten years…it’s great, isn’t it?
Men are still porn’s main consumers, obviously. 99% of men who participated said that they watch porn (Great job, guys!). But still, everyone in the porno biz pat yourself on the back on a job well done. No one thought it could be done!
So how did us lecherous pervs finally convince more women to watch porn?
It seems that after years of late-night mockery, it is the sex addicts who will have the last laugh (which is good because when you ruin your life, you need to laugh at something). Sex addiction, the condition we love to scoff at, is now a legitimate mental illness.
Research psychologist from UCLA, Rory Reid, lead a team of doctors and marriage and family counselors to figure out what the criteria for hypersexual disorder so that it can be properly diagnosed.
If you’re reading this, you’re probably obsessed with sex. Before you diagnose yourself with hypersexual disorder because you want to bang Simpson’s David Duchovny, let’s go over the criteria for the condition: