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How To Get Dressed: Liquid Latex

Angry Stripper tweeted asking about liquid latex removal, and I’m here for her. She was working at one of the Houston clubs covered by a pastie law, meaning that dancers have to cover their nipples. Liquid latex is the material of choice for this in a lot of places, I assume because it’s considered to look the most realistic. But that stuff is hard on your skin and peels and is generally a huge pain to deal with. Here’s some ways to make it easier to handle.

Nothing To Sneeze At

From what I can tell, a sneeze fetish is more about the journey than the destination. While you may consider face covering an action that stops the spreading of germs, to a fetishist you’re hiding all the subtle intricacies of pre-sneeze face. I don’t completely relate, but I do enjoy a good sneeze as much as the next person. Or rather, I get filled with rage when I’m about to sneeze and some jerkoff thinks it’s funny to yell “bananas!” and sabotage me. (I imagine that’s the closest I’ll ever come to understanding the phenomenon that is “blue balls.”)

Stacks & Cats Monday

For this Monday’s Stacks & Cats, we’d like to direct you to this incredible blog: CashCats.biz. It’s the greatest single-subject Tumblr ever this week.

 

(image from cashcats.biz)

Sex workers, send us your pictures of cats, stacks, or cats and stacks at info@titsandsass.com (we’ll take dollars and dogs, too).

Quote of the Week

“Harry Reid will have to pry the cat-house keys from my cold dead hands” says brothel own Dennis Hof.

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The Week in Links: February 25, 2011

Democratic senator Harry Reid attacks Nevada’s legal brothels. SWOP responds.

Male strippers benefit from Maryland court ruling.

Craiglist’s successor Backpage continues to rake it in.

Diane Passage, Ken Starr’s wife, auditions for stripper reality show.

Vancouver stripper/vulva educator fights labiaplasty.

Journalist marvels at New Zealand prostitutes who continue working in the wake of the earthquake. (“You’re working too, aren’t you?” asks one sex worker. The reporter remains dumbfounded.)