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Happy 420 from Barely Evil

It is that time of year again. So here is Superna looking might fine.

As most of my friends know, I am not a marijuana smoker, but I am a very big fan of freedom of choice. Here is a shot of Superna from a Blue Blood 420 shoot. Rest of the series at Blue Blood and Barely Evil!



Pretty Pics of my Surroundings

Penny Poison for BlueBlood .com and BarelyEvil #blueblood #hornsup #pennypoison #redhead #barelyevil

Pretty Pics of my Surroundings

Scar 13 for Blue Blood

This is what a feminist looks like

The most excellent Liz Henry, who has her finger on the pulse, just posted Kelly Martin Broderick's My Picture Was Stolen And Turned Into A Fat-Shaming Anti-Feminist Meme On Facebook article from XOJane to Facebook. I believe XOJane was founded by Jane Pratt of Sassy and Jane magazine fame. Sassy was ground-breaking in its depictions of teen female sexuality, instantly making Seventeen look like a relic from a vanished time. Jane even wrote up Blue Blood's BarelyEvil very positively, so I'm warmly disposed towards them. I'm probably even a little extra-disposed towards liking what Liz Henry writes because I thought she was hot when we had food or drinks or whatever at SXSW some years ago.

So I'm not saying that I oppose all beauty standards. Human beings base some of the way they socialize on visual cues. I think it is part of the path away from oppression for oppressed populations to assert alternative beauty standards.

As a publisher, I am well-aware that eventually somebody has to pay the bills. Juicy Couture wants to sell to women. Women, including feminist women, tend to buy a lot of beauty products. XO Jane has a largely female audience. I get why there are Juicy Couture adverts for Viva La Juicy or whatever on there. I do get it.

But, when I clicked over to My Picture Was Stolen And Turned Into A Fat-Shaming Anti-Feminist Meme On Facebook and was whacked with the Juicy Noir pop-up advertisement, it just really made me wince.

PS The notion that Facebook thinks it is fine to make derivative works from someone else's image and get Facebook extra traffic with those derivative works . . . well, it is probably fortunate that I did not carry on the family tradition and go to law school or I'd be spending all my time and resources on pro bono work.

this is what a feminist looks like

This is what a feminist looks like

The most excellent Liz Henry, who has her finger on the pulse, just posted Kelly Martin Broderick's My Picture Was Stolen And Turned Into A Fat-Shaming Anti-Feminist Meme On Facebook article from XOJane to Facebook. I believe XOJane was founded by Jane Pratt of Sassy and Jane magazine fame. Sassy was ground-breaking in its depictions of teen female sexuality, instantly making Seventeen look like a relic from a vanished time. Jane even wrote up Blue Blood's BarelyEvil very positively, so I'm warmly disposed towards them. I'm probably even a little extra-disposed towards liking what Liz Henry writes because I thought she was hot when we had food or drinks or whatever at SXSW some years ago. So I'm not saying that I oppose all beauty standards. Human beings base some of the way they socialize on visual cues. I think it is part of the path away from oppression for oppressed populations to assert alternative beauty standards. As a publisher, I am well-aware that eventually somebody has to pay the bills. Juicy Couture wants to sell to women. Women, including feminist women, tend to buy a lot of beauty products. XO Jane has a largely female audience. I get why there are Juicy Couture adverts for Viva La Juicy or whatever on there. I do get it. But, when I clicked over to My Picture Was Stolen And Turned Into A Fat-Shaming Anti-Feminist Meme On Facebook and was whacked with the Juicy Noir pop-up advertisement, it just really made me wince. PS The notion that Facebook thinks it is fine to make derivative works from someone else's image and get Facebook extra traffic with those derivative works . . . well, it is probably fortunate that I did not carry on the family tradition and go to law school or I'd be spending all my time and resources on pro bono work. this is what a feminist looks like

Happy (Naked Tattooed Elf Scarlet Starr) Holidays from Blue Blood’s BarelyEvil (SFW PICS)

Happy holidays, everyone! I'm eating cookies and drinking cocoa (well, mocha, but that's how I like it) and I hope you all are too. Forrest Black and I photographed cute elfin Scarlet Starr chewing on a candy cane in a Bah Humbug Santa hat, with some candy cane striped stockings, and a good dose of red and green and silver tinsel Christmas decorations. I just love holiday sets. These two images are safe for work (not that you are probably working today, but you know what I mean) but none of the links I'm about to give you are. There are some very nice naughtier free pics of Xmas Scarlet Starr in this free BarelyEvil gallery. The whole series appears in the Blue Blood VIP and on Barely Evil 🙂

Happy (Naked Tattooed Elf Scarlet Starr) Holidays from Blue Blood’s BarelyEvil (SFW PICS)

Happy holidays, everyone! I'm eating cookies and drinking cocoa (well, mocha, but that's how I like it) and I hope you all are too.

Forrest Black and I photographed cute elfin Scarlet Starr chewing on a candy cane in a Bah Humbug Santa hat, with some candy cane striped stockings, and a good dose of red and green and silver tinsel Christmas decorations. I just love holiday sets. These two images are safe for work (not that you are probably working today, but you know what I mean) but none of the links I'm about to give you are. There are some very nice naughtier free pics of Xmas Scarlet Starr in this free BarelyEvil gallery. The whole series appears in the Blue Blood VIP and on Barely Evil 🙂



Happy Blasphemy Day with Dana Dark

The devil girl series [info]forrestblack and I shot with Dana Dark was the first we did in this style and probably still my favorite, although I'm happy with them all. This specific image ran in Marquis as a full page. Whole set and all the series is in the Blue Blood VIP and BarelyEvil

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