Quotable: “Commit/ The oldest sins the newest kind of ways.” — William Shakespeare (1564-1616), Henry IV, Part II. [More quotables in the digital version of Filthy Remarks for under a buck: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: Enormous

February 6, 2017 | Leave a Comment

Quotable: “I live [for] shooting scenes where I bottom for hours for a guy with an enormous dick, because the next week I feel like I can do anything.” — Conner Habib, performer and author. [More quotables in the digital version of Filthy Remarks for under a buck: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “Everybody feels a little bit ridiculous in pursuit of sex, feels a little ridiculous in the moment, and feels a little ridiculous right after. We need the release. Sex kind of brings us all low, makes fools of us all and we need to laugh about it.” — Dan Savage (b. 1964), activist, author […]

Quotable: “Of course Heaven forbids certain pleasures, but one finds means of compromise.” — Molière (1622-1673), playwright. [More quotables in the digital version of Filthy Remarks for under a buck: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “An improper mind is a perpetual feast.” — Logan Pearsall Smith (1865-1946), essayist and critic. [More quotables in the digital version of Filthy Remarks for under a buck: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “Forget health clinics and gyms. Sex is the best cure. One good night of sex and your problems are gone.” — Grace Jones (b. 1948), icon. [More quotables in the digital version of Filthy Remarks for under a buck: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “Porn stars and drag queens were never in the closet. We were always brave and out there because, yes, it is brave to be a drag queen, and you have to have guts to be in porn in our society. It’s the nonhomogenized part of our movement that keeps LGBT culture alive.” — Michael […]

Quotable: “If God had intended us not to masturbate, he would’ve made our arms shorter.” — George Carlin (1937-2008), comedian and satirist. [Hungry for more potent quotables? Try my new book Filthy Remarks: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “Men chase by night those they will not greet by day.” — Camille Paglia (b. 1947), author, educator and social critic. [Hungry for more potent quotables? Try my new book Filthy Remarks: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “Seduction is always more singular and sublime than sex and it commands the higher price.” — Jean Baudrillard (1929-2007), sociologist and philosopher. [Hungry for more potent quotables? Try my new book Filthy Remarks: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “The butt is not a magical place that only gay people can visit, like a leather bar or the Liberace Museum.” — Dan Savage (b. 1964), author, activist and advice columnist. [Hungry for more potent quotables? Try my new book Filthy Remarks: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “If only the good were a little less heavy-footed!” — W. Somerset Maugham (1874-1965), author. [Hungry for more potent quotables? Try my new book Filthy Remarks: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “I have all the curiosity of the anthropologist and the frank hope of the voyeur. Pornography’s texture is shamelessness; it maps the limits of my shame… The message of pornography, by its very existence, is that our sexual selves are real.” — Sallie Tisdale, author and essayist.

Quotable: “There’s only one good test of pornography. Get twelve normal men to read the book, and then ask them, ‘Did you get an erection?’ If the answer is yes from a majority of the twelve, then the book is pornographic.” — W.H. Auden (1907-1973), poet. [Hungry for more potent quotables? Try my new book […]

Quotable: “After coition, every animal is sad.” — Unknown. [Hungry for more potent quotables? Try my new book Filthy Remarks: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “Incidentally, there’s no shame in being a pervert.” — Louis Peitzman, writer, blogger and commentator. [Hungry for more potent quotables? Try my new book Filthy Remarks: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: A Luxury

January 20, 2014 | Leave a Comment

Quotable: “I don’t consider men a necessity; I consider them a luxury.” — Wendy Williams (b. 1964), talk show host. [Hungry for more potent quotables? Try my new book Filthy Remarks: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “What most people in our culture mean by being lovable is essentially a mix between being popular and having sex appeal.” — Erich Fromm (1900-1980), philosopher and critic. [Hungry for more potent quotables? Try my new book Filthy Remarks: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “If sex is such a natural phenomenon, how come there are so many books on how to do it?” — Bette Midler (b. 1945), performer and icon. [Hungry for more potent quotables? Try my new book Filthy Remarks: CLICK HERE.]

Quotable: “Sex is the last refuge of the miserable.” — Quentin Crisp (1908-1999), writer and wit. [Hungry for more potent quotables? Try my new book Filthy Remarks: CLICK HERE.]

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