Tag Archives: passion

Love of Machinery

I’m currently reading David Levy’s Love and Sex with Robots, a book that gets mentioned frequently in recent discussions about sexbots. The book spends a lot of time examining how and why we fall in love, and though I don’t … Continue reading

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apple lips – I bathe in silver

Heels & Lingerie rhinestoned dancing shoes oft make lasting impressions on too eager laps my stiletto heels elegant curves, high platforms are not worn by me courtesans ablaze gracing water in chopines while the city sinks my verse corseted resonant … Continue reading

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Not to one another, no

Tentative they teased and danced With words and gestures they entranced Shameless flirting, shared delight As dated evening turned to night Destination not in doubt They forged ahead, did not about Eagerly they raced to bed Forgetting quickly they were … Continue reading

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Vampyres and Lesbians and Lesbian Queens

Last week in Edinburgh, Suzie gave me an early birthday present of Emma Donoghue’s book Passions Between Women: British Lesbian Culture 1668-1801 (first published 1993). Inside the book, written in Suzie’s precise Italic script, is the note: Isn’t it curious … Continue reading

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