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current containment crisis content creation contingency

I hope everyone is keeping well. As you’ve likely noticed, many models have turned to content creation to contend with current constraints. I’m no exception, so without further ado, I would like to introduce you to no less than THREE special projects that I’ve been carefully crafting for some time, in ascending order of surprising sexiness.

Over on my Patreon, it’s a positively palatial paradise of pictures: a prolific patchwork of my peculiar predilections, preened to peachy perfection.

Since I launched in 2018, I’ve collaborated with various photographers to create eloquent and colourful art nude, fetish and glamour photosets exclusively for subscribers.

You’ll also find a generous smattering of intriguing, experimental videos steeped in sensuality, focusing on fetishy frivolity, or peeking behind-the-scenes. My speaking voice even emerges once or twice.

I take great pleasure in rolling out regular doses of spontaneous, varied and intimate nude art – prepared, polished and presented with playful precision.

You can also find unseen or rare works from the archives, and full sets from photoshoots simply too abundant to share in full anywhere else. Needless to say, such material has been graciously entrusted to me in each case by the photographer.

And last but not least, my zany digital photomanipulation antics branch into the realm of erotica.


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Over on OnlyFans, an overflowing fountain of fresh phenomena fascinates an influx of flirtatious followers.

The core content is predominantly the same as that of Patreon, but with sexier videos, story highlights with extra emphasis on glimpses into my life, a bit of kinky banter in messages if you so please, and a lot less of the weird digital artwork.

As a sex-positive, kink-friendly, nature-loving model, my OnlyFans is a space where you can enjoy the more explicit and fetishy side of my creativity. Some of my interests include: feet, feminisation, ageplay, rope, body hair and naturism.

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And last but not least, my very special side project, the pornographic work I do with my partner:

Pelegia with a hard G: a precious pixie panther and her prince ragamuffin sharing creative, genuine, romantic erotica. We make beautiful sex videos, sometimes outdoors, sometimes a bit arty, and share regular intimate erotic images.

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If you’re curious about these sites, but still not sure…here are some very sneaky excerpts from my recent posts.

On Patreon:

On OnlyFans:

…and on Pelegia with a Hard G, pixelated:


about the SuicideGirl Belle and Sebastian Music Video

Now this is interesting…to me, and really only because someone quoted a line from one of my interviews on a random topic, which technically makes me a cited philosopher now, doesn’t it? So I can give myself a pat on the head for that. Belle and Sebastian released a song called ‘Suicide Girl’, and SuicideGirls made a music video for the song. One Jim Williams of Kentucky* shared the video and said the following: “This video is described as a “Suicide Girls love letter to Belle and Sebastian”, and yet, presumably, Stuart work mark it ‘Return to Sender’. Stuart’s lyric for ‘Suicide Girl’ is not condemnatory, but it certainly expresses regret regarding the girl who “gives it all away”. The idea that the Suicide Girls phenomenon appeals to a “radical side” is of course ridiculous. Pornography is what it is – it’s neither radical nor conservative. That said, I’m not convinced that a woman loses anything by being paid to be filmed naked. And nor is artist, model and photographer, Rebecca Tun, who sums up this patronising, reductionist view as follows: “an unconscious line of reasoning [that runs] a bit like this: women revealing their bodies is a sexual act; female sexual activity consists of giving something away as if it were a finite commodity (it can after all be bought). Therefore when a woman reveals her body she’s giving something away, somehow decreasing the value of her assets.” For my part, the last woman I met who was ‘wrapped up in books’ (which included Nadine Strossen’s ‘In Defence of Pornography’ and Avedon Carol’s ‘Nudes, Prudes and Attitudes: Pornography and Censorship’) was also frequently ‘unwrapped’, in both pornographic magazines and lovers’ rooms. No fantasy affairs – she dared to get wet, so to speak.” I don’t have anything to add to the discussion at the moment. I think Jim hit the nail on the head in describing the attitude in question as both ‘patronizing’ and ‘reductionist’. *correction: Jim of Stafford, Staffordshire, and not Staffordsville, Kentucky 🙂