I’ve got back to my content producing sexual self and dropped by the Unapologet!cs for their Kink Positive series. I joined hosts Dani and Animaine and talked about my favorite kinks and gave advice to those starting to explore BDSM and other fetishes. I also shared my complete aversion to the most common fetish, feet.
UnSlut: A Documentary Film is this 2016 winner in PBS’s To The Contrary All About Women & Girls Film Festival. The film explores modern society’s treatment of women with a focus on sexual bullying aka “Slut Shaming”. Using interviews with survivors, family members, professors, authors , doctors and volunteers dissect and define the phenomenon of the “slut”.
When I wrote about the Daniel Holtzclaw case for TitsandSass I was happy the piece was generally well received, but sadly there have been ignorant people who felt that including instances where Black trans women were violated somehow detracted from the article. Those people are assholes.
Daniel Holtzclaw is hopefully going to spend the rest of his natural life in jail after targeting low-income black women. If you listen to my podcast After Dark or follow me on twitter, you’ve heard about the case of serial rapist former police Oklahoma City officer Daniel Holtzclaw. I had the honor of expressing some of the many complicated feelings stirred up by this trial, its coverage and what it means for Black sex workers. Please head over to TitsandSass to read it :
So its been awhile. I’ve come down with a very bad case of “Everything I Write is Poops” but working on that to bring you guy more delicious content. If you have missed me I wanted to give you a chance to listen or read to some of my latest interviews.
I’ll be welcoming Flash Brown (@flashbrownxxx) as a guest on Twib After Dark on Feb. 25th and to celebrate one of my favorite performers we are giving away one of his toys!
Molded from his impressive 11.5 inch penis, these toys come in several varieties, squirting vibrating and always filling.
Flash Brown hails from Memphis, and played professional basketball overseas and semi-pro basketball in the United States before entering the world of adult entertainment. His impressive 11.5” cock has made him a hit with fans around the globe, earning him an XBIZ Best Male Newcomer Award and several Urban X Awards. Nominations from AVN Awards, The Sex Awards, and XRCO prove his on-screen prowess.
If you have any questions for Flash please leave them in the comments below if you wish to enter the give away you can do it right here:
This week I had the pleaser of co-hosting TWiB After Dark with the actress and TWIB contributor Pia Glenn! Let me tell ya’ll about Pia, she’s awesome she is proof that we are all made of stars. ( Of course me and you are made of that trash planet from Transformers the Movie, she is made from a planet that’s all diamonds like that episode of Dr. Who) She is genetically superior being who is gracing us with the chance to be in her presence.
It wasn’t just the ghastly way they were discovered or the brutal way they were murdered it the reaction of civvies and the news media at large. Several news sources published their mug shots, identified them only as strippers in that demeaning tone that stopped just short of ‘they asked for it’. Continue reading “Black Women, Sex Work & Stigma #TjhishaAndAngelia”
There is a widget in the sidebar for donations, and you can still donate in all of the regular ways. Anyone who donates over $50 dollars will get 15 min cam date with ME!
If you want to know what these donations will go towards, mostly it will be for transportation. I also plan on making 2-3 short videos that will be dealing with Body Acceptance and Sexuality, Asian American Masculinity and Women of Color and Sexual Self Identity.
I want to conduct better interviews with better equipment. I’ve always been using a 40 dollar mic, and a tiny point and shoot HD cam which has been working but I want to step it up! I want to be able to do interviews on and off site with better lighting and a nicer background. I also would love to be able to podcast interviews and news stories. I’m a journalist at heart and there’s no denying it. I want to bring high quality content that will have the ability to better discuss important topics.
If you want to see some of the products that I would like for BlasianBytch.com check out my Audiovisual Wishlist on Amazon.
I also want to give my readers a chance to ask their favorite adult star a question so If you have a question you would like answered submit it and the name of the performer you want me to ask it to on NjailaRhee.com. Questions that are out right disrespectful will be ignored and for the love of all that is holy don’t ask me to show anyone your penis.
While I was sick about 2 months ago someone left a pretty interesting comment on one of my toy reviews. It was pretty interesting so I’ll lend my two cents.
“Hey N’Jaila, I was wondering what is your take on racism in escort communities. Sorry this isn’t on topic relative to the review, but I’ve been trying to google it since my friend was talking to me about the “no black men” policy some escorts have. I even read a blog post from a white escort, and while I know women are entitled to do what they want with their bodies and to keep themselves safe, especially in that line of work, it just seems all kind of wrong to me. I mean, we don’t even need anti-miscegenation laws or the sometimes seen lynch mobs anymore b/c people self-select, and in very predictable ways, on and off line. In blatantly racist ways. It’s just something I’ve been thinking about b/c I’ve considered escort work and it’s difficult to navigate this troubling dynamic. And of course as a black escort I’m worried if I could even make a living. Cause the discrimination goes both ways, I’d imagine white escorts get the most business in spite of age and appearance at time. Oh and I realize you may not know much about escort side of work, but it’d still like to hear based on your experience, especially as a woman of color.” Continue reading “N’jaila’s Mail Box : Sex Worker Racism”
Wednesday marked the start of Black History Month. This is the one month that is set aside to uplift Americans who are part of the African Diaspora. Americans that disproportionately lack comprehensive health care and as a result are more likely to die from lack of screening for diseases. This is why I was more than shocked to find out that Susan G Komen Foundation picked yesterday to announce they they will cut funds to Planned Parenthood an organization that gave almost 170,000 free breast exams to women in lower income areas of the US, women who would otherwise have never been screened.