This boudoir photography celebrates the eroticism of Orthodox marriages, using sensuality and suggestion rather than blatant sexual imagery. What’s off-limits in public–even wearing the hair uncovered–becomes a beautiful gift when appropriately shared in private.
While I’ve got problems with the treatment of women in Orthodox Judaism, the photographs in these articles have an appealing gentleness. You can feel that the photographers revere the trust being put in them and care that their results please their clients on a spiritual level. Read On
As usual, Syn’s completely outdone herself. She fell in love with my upcoming book, Eostre’s Baskets: A New Dawn, and wanted to make a video. I said yes, and she said:
Check it out. I…have no words except: Thank you, Syneca!
You know how someone shows you a drawing and you’re like, “Holy crap, that’s amazing?” and then they say, “Oh, I was just doodling”? Well this just happened to me.
Syneca: “Sometimes when I’m feeling creatively stuck, I just doodle around and make some stuff for my friends.”
Allie: *speechless awe* …thank you?
Check out this “doodle”:
Unreal, right? I’m the luckiest friend ever to be doodled for. If you need an artist, you want Syneca. <3 Read On
Because Syneca Featherstone is a goddess, she made me this sex-ass graphic of Xav and Essie getting their sexy on. They’re coming 4/18 from Loose Id.
Moana from my Eostre’s Baskets: A New Dawn, art by Syneca Featherstone.
Who says a dragon can’t be sexy?