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You call THIS work?

I had a business meeting the other night, but because it was with erotic writer Lucy Felthouse, it wasn’t your normal boring business meeting… Oh No!!!!

We discussed all manner of things naughty and erotic – from her visit to see me at the Erotica show in November, and the way she was treated like a minor celebrity there on a couple of the stands, she admired my latest pastel coloured painting that I’m currently working on in my studio, we talked about the latest erotic book that’s caused a furore because well-known writers have written smut, and the literary world is upset by it (heaven knows why, I can paint a landscape or a vase of flowers or an erotic picture, and will make a good job of it regardless of the subject matter, because I can paint! so surely these women who write can write about anything, including erotica? Where’s the problem?!!!). We talked about my Fantasy Fannies, and my plans for finding the right place to exhibit them, Lucys writings, the Erotic Guild of Artists, and their latest book that I’m in, we talked about men in dresses, bi-sexual men and lesbians, bi-sexual women and lesbians, gay men and gay sex, gay bars, sex toys, sex writing, men, sex, ideas for stories, blogging, websites and promoting versus advertising. Oh, and sex. And then some more sex.

Sigh. So all in all, a normal night then. For us!!!!!!!! LOL

2 thoughts on “You call THIS work?”

  1. Sounds like an honest conversation between two intelligent, creative women.

    Why do some people act like sex – or the illustration or writing of it – is so shocking ? Meh.

  2. Jackie Adshead

    Loving Annie – Yes, it was. And I agree, it shouldn’t be a taboo subject!

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