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According to me, I like lists.

…academics, acquaintances, activists, actors…

Looking through some of my old twitter threads and having been struck by a whim, I think I shall turn one of them into a blog post to enjoy it all over again.

Here’s one from the beginning of 2017 when I was getting more into Twitter and revelling in the variety (I like mixed herbs) of the people I found there, and was inspired to alliteration (always a sign of stimulation) in the form of this celebratory ode. It appears that I never quite finished it because the last few letters of the alphabet eluded me. Perhaps rolling it out again will breath new life into it.

As a suggestion, feel free to read this in a hollow, metallic, rhythmic chant with a southern US twang, like a solemn call to arms.

Perhaps you will see yourself represented in the list.

The muse strikes – I’m going to do a thread: alliteratively celebrating the weird beautiful diversity of the humans I follow on Twitter. 

…academics, acquaintances, activists, actors, adversaries, allies, alt-rights, anarchists, animators, antifeminists, artists…

..badass beauties, babes, bands, biographers, biologists, bitches, blockers, boffins, bots, brands, businesses, busybodies…

..call girls, campaigners, capitalists, cartoonists, coders, comedians, conservatives, creatives, critics, crossdressers…

…cam girls, calligraphers, collectors, columnists, commentators, companions, connoisseurs, courtesans, craftsmen, criminals…

…dancers, dank memes, daydreamers, debaters, debunkers, defenders, depressives, designers, developers, directors, dominatrices, doodlers…

…eccentrics, economists, eco-warriors, educators, eggs, egomaniacs, emos, empaths, encouragers, enbies, entertainers, enthusiasts…

…ENTPs, entrepreneurs, environmentalists, escorts, essayists, ethnologists, ethologists, exhibitionists, ex-muslims, extraverts…

…facepainters, faeries, family, fans, fashionistas, fathers, feminists, feminizers, femmes fatales, festivalgoers, fetishists…

…fictional characters, filmmakers, findoms, flirters, forest-dwellers, freelancers, free-speech advocates, free spirits, friends…

…galleries, game developers, gamers, gays, geeks, geniuses, gifmakers, glamour girls, goddesses, goths, greenies, gurls, gynophiles…

…hackers, hairstylists, healers, heathens, hedonists, heterodoxists, hipsters, historians, hobbits, hookers, housewives, humanists…

…iconoclasts, idealists, idols, illustrators, infidels, innovators, instagrammers, intersectionalists, interviewers, INTPs, introverts…

…Jedi knights, Jesus, jetsetters, jewellery makers, jezebels, jibers, jokers, journalists, joyriders, judgers, Jungians, justice warriors…

…Kath and Kim fans, kibitzers, kids, killjoys, kin, kinksters, kittens, knights, knockouts, knowledge-seekers, kooks, kvetches…

…lads, LARPies, leets, lesbians, LGBTQ, liberals, libertarians, libertines, librarians, linguists, logicians, loners, lunatics, lurkers…

…Machiavellians, MAGAs, makeup artists, maniacs, married couples, medievalists, mememakers, meritocrats, metalhead, MRAs, middle-aged men…

…millennials, mistresses, models, mothers, museums, muses, muse-seekers, musicians, mystics…

…narrators, naturists, nerds, neocons, neuroscientists, newbies, night owls, nihilists, nomads, nonprofits, novelists, nudists, nutters…

…observers, obsessives, offensive memes, oglers, online oligarchs, open-sourcers, opportunists, optimists, orators, outlaws, outsiders…

…painters, pansexuals, parodies, pedants, pedos, Pepes, performers, ppl w/ problem personalities, perverts, pessimists, philosophers…

…phonologists, photographers, physicists, poets, pornstars, princesses, procrastinators, professors, provocateurs, psychologists, pundits…

…queans, queens, queers, questioners, quibblers, quippers, Quixotes, quizzes, quotes…

…raconteurs, radicals, radio hosts, ramblers, people called Ranendranath, ranters, rationalists, reactionaries, rebels, reformers, reporters…

…remixers, retouchers, researchers, restorers, reviewers, revolutionaries, riggers, right-wingers, risk-takers, romantics, rope bunnies…

…sages, satirists, scatterbrains, scientists, sci-fiers, scoundrels, scriptwriters, seamstresses, secularists, self-proclaimed stereotypes…

…sexworkers, shitlords, singer-songwriters, sissies, SJWs, skeptics, smartasses, snapchatters, snowflakes, stalkers, stoners, storytellers…

…teachers, teenagers, theorists, therapists, thinktanks, thots, toyboys, tradeswomen, transboys+girls, translators, travellers, tree sprites…

…Ted Talkers, t-girls, theys, time-travelers, tokers, tramps, Trekkies, tricksters, trolls, truscum, twats, twinks, twitterbots, typomakers…

…underdogs, undergrads, undressers, unicorns, universities, unorthodoxists, unprofessionals, utilitarians…

…vagrants, vamps, vegans, video-gamers, videographers, Vikings, virtuosos, visual artists, vixens, vloggers, voice artists, voyeurs…

…wanderers, webcammers, web developers, WEIRDOS, whistleblowers, wikis, wishlisters, women’s rights activists, wordsmiths, writers…

gotta admit I’m struggling for words beginning with x

 


Just Because You Are Naked ...

selinamayer:

RIP tumblr.

I’ve had this blog for 8.5 years. It was the first place I was brave enough to share my nude self portraits. It has helped me grow in more ways than I can say. Sure, it has been an enormously frustrating place at times, but without the community I found here of wonderful, talented, weird and brilliant artists I’ve met here (both online and in person) there’s no way I’d have the confidence to make the kind of images I do these days.

This was the last place on the internet where I could share my work uncensored and for free. I hate having to hide my work behind censorship or a paywall, but I’m pretty much out of options now. I’ll be letting my queue run down for a few more days then I’ll be closing this page.

You can find my uncensored work on

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So Long Tumblr, It Was Fun

Just Because You Are Naked ...

Tumblr as a social media platform was a predominantly visual medium. While it supported textual posts, scrolling through your Tumblr feed was a cascade of images created, curated and shared through blogs you followed. Like Instagram, you could scroll through images of your favorite blog. Unlike Instagram, Tumblr’s interface actively encouraged reblogging – allowing others to curate their own collection of favorites and share their curation with others. The joy of Tumblr was discovering new art, artists and bloggers through an ever-expanding circle of like-minded curations of imagery.

One of the things that distinguished Tumblr from Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest was the platform’s lack of censorship. This allowed users to post sexually explicit photos, videos, art or writings. In fact, it was a bit of a running joke that Tumblr was the place to go if you wanted to view porn.

Tumblr, of course, was much more than porn. It…

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a 3D printed nude

a 3D printed nude of me by artist entiresia created with digital software and based on a photograph by Lux Faber – 2017


Model on Ice

Figures of Grace

Nude, Iceland, 2014

I’m continuing now with my photos of Rebecca Tun in Iceland in 2014.  In my last post from that trip (click here), we had not yet crossed the great black nothingness of the Skeiðarársandur flood plain, but for these new photos we had, moving into an area with no large settlements but plenty of large glaciers.
The area where we went to photograph, trying to get away from a touristy crowd, was by the shore of a glacial lake.  The large glacier was on the other side of the lake, but on our side some small icebergs had washed up on the shore.

Rebecca was accompanied on this part of the trip by a friend, so I said to her traveling companion standing next to me, in a voice loud enough for Rebecca to hear, “Do you think I should ask Rebecca if she wants to…

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Tumblr will ban all adult content on December 17th

Tumblr will ban all adult content on December 17th →

FOLLOW ME ELSEWHERE

this is for anyone who has been following me on Tumblr.

Hey everyone,

Tumblr is changing its policies about nudity and sexually explicit content. This means that many of my posts could be set to private, deleted, or my whole blog could be banned.

The internet was a different place when I started modelling. In many ways I think these waves of censorship are part of the inevitable cycle of things and we have to stay mobile. It’s more complicated than just sex-positive versus non-sex-positive. Apparently Tumblr has had to change its policy over a scandal about child pornography. I’m actually impressed it has managed to keep going for as long as it has.

I have tried to remain anti-fragile on teh webs by putting my eggs in many baskets. I’ve had to abandon ship before and no doubt will have to again in the future.

Here is a list of other platforms where you can currently (as of Dec 2018) find me.

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Patreonbest way to support me right now. Meticulously curated special content for subscribers including fetish clips, behind-the-scenes glimpses, private nudes, exclusive photoshoots, digital erotic artwork, and possible video q+a sessions – if you earn it. Patreon is another example of a platform where I have to stay on my toes as it is under pressure from financial services to clamp down on adult content. Hence, my other account…

OnlyFans: the same content as Patreon, this is more robust in the long term as it is *meant* for sexy content. If you are trying to decide between the two, Patreon is much prettier and a labour of love for me, while OnlyFans is more like a backup but with the exact same content. If my Patreon account starts to sink I will inform my patrons straight away so they can jump ship.

PurplePortModelMayhem and other networking sites: these have always been the best ways to contact me for work. These are actual networking sites designed to help creatives collaborate. I seldom respond to shoot requests from general social media platforms (such as Tumblr) about working together. These specialised networking sites are more of a close-knit group and I am beginning to be more selective about which images I make public on such sites. Therefore unless you are a member of such networking sites the absolute best way to stay connected to my latest nude and adult content is via my Patreon or OnlyFans.
(Other networking sites include ModelSocietyModel-KarteiPortfora.)

Instagram and Facebook: safe-for-work, behind-the-scenes, silly selfies, announcements, and all that sort of stuff. I don’t currently censor (i.e. nipple-blurring etc) my pictures so the only work I share on Facebook and Instagram are already safe-for-work or if I’m re-sharing from the photographer who may already have censored the images.

Those are the main platforms where I upload and update new work.

Here are a few where you can find my modelling work shared by others:

Vimeovideos featuring Rebecca Tun

Youtubevideos featuring Rebecca Tun

DeviantArtpictures featuring Rebecca Tun

Flickrpictures featuring Rebecca Tun

500pxpictures featuring Rebecca Tun

I have been modelling for about a decade now – there is a lot to find! Good luck and happy browsing. And remember – the best way to stay connected to my latest nude and adult content is via my Patreon or OnlyFans.

Rebecca xx


Sexualized Saturdays: “Fully Functional,” Lt. Commander Data and Asexual Representation

“…the potential future inclusion of real androids in the queer community is interesting…”

Lady Geek Girl and Friends

In contemplating possible articles related to ace week, I tried to think of classic geek characters who are asexual. That led me to wonder, “How would I even know? It’s not like we get 24/7 access to these fictional people’s’ lives.” But then, very quickly, I realized that we do know that a lot of our favorite characters are not ace/aro because so many of them have had on-screen relationships and sexual encounters that are presented as a product of the characters’ own sex drive (rather than as ace people who are accommodating their partner). But why? Is there something about our sexual lives that is so essential to our identities that it requires exposition in our fictional characters, or is this just an example of ace erasure? After some additional geeky contemplation, it occurred to me that there is one beloved character who is, in fact, perfectly suited to…

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So Now You Have Chosen Your Model: How Do You Get The Best From Them?

Upbeat Digital Art

So you are a photographer, and you’re new to shooting with models.  If you read the first article in this series, you may have done your research and be ready to book your first shoot.  You may have made your booking and be planning the shoot itself.  Let’s set out a few facts for you, and perhaps explode a few more myths.

You may be nervous if this is your first shoot with an experienced model.  Again, that’s natural, but there is nothing to fear.  A good model will be a people person, they will be able to set you at ease, they will be able to help you in many ways, and we will talk about them later.

Respect

Respect, such a simple concept, and one that all too often people forget about.  If you are a professional photographer you will probably already recognize that every shoot is…

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Rebecca at Fjaðrárgljúfur

more reminiscings by Dave Rudin on some of our past Icelandic adventures…

Figures of Grace

Nude, Iceland, 2014

My trip to England in July of this year was primarily to attend a week long language class, but while I was there, I took advantage of the opportunity to photograph some English models, too.
One of those was Rebecca Tun, who I had photographed for a couple of days during my trip to Iceland in 2014.  I’ve posted some photographs of her previously, and here are a few more of her at the canyon named Fjaðrárgljúfur.

I had been to this canyon on my trip to Iceland the year before, but I decided that it was worth exploring again with a camera.  The weather in 2013 was not very cooperative when I was there (as was the case for pretty much the whole trip), but things were better the second time around.

While I did not get to photograph in the bottom of the canyon…

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The Girl in the Black Mantilla

Just add pictures

BEHANCE_mantilla_and_skull_2 Conceived and photographed by James Hall, modelled by Rebecca Tun, styled by Claudia Oliver, post-production by James Hall and Paola Sammartino

BEHANCE_the_blessing

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