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The 10 Sexiest Memoirs of All Time as listed by Playboy

Playboy recently came up with the 10 Sexiest Memoirs of all Time and here is the list with links to Amazon books. If you want to explore good erotica literature, these may be the best starting points:

1) The Sexual Life of Catherine M, by Catherine Millet (2001)
2) The Surrender, by Toni Bentley (2004)
3) The Memoirs of Jacques Casanova de Seingalt, by Giacomo Casanova (1826)
4) 100 Strokes of the Brush Before Bed, by Melissa P. (2003)
5) Nine and a Half Weeks, by Elizabeth McNeill (1978)
6) Emmanuelle, by Emmanuelle Arsan (1967)
7) My Life & Loves, by Frank Harris (1923)
8) Kinski Uncut: The Autobiography of Klaus Kinski, by Klaus Kinski (1996)
9) Ecstasy and Me: My Life as a Woman, by Hedy Lamarr (1966)
10) Motley Crue: The Dirt-Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band, by Tommy Lee, Mick Mars, Vince Neil and Nikki Six (2001)

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Sex toys contain toxic agents

Those using sex toys, please read this:

 "Sex toys contain extremely high concentrations of plastic softening agents known as phthalates that are banned for use in children's toys, the Dutch Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) has found.
Carrying out an investigation at the request of Greenpeace, the TNO tested eight different sex toys for the presence of phthalates, finding concentrations ranging from 24 to 51 per cent in seven of them.
Phthalates leach out of plastics and do not readily bio-degrade."

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What is a Blog?

Members of PinoySpy Erotica may now post blog entries.

What is a blog, and how does it differ from a Story or Forum post?

A blog is a shortened form of the term "web log", which is simply an online journal. Generally, blogs do not follow any standard format or writing style. You can put anything in a blog -- a diary entry, a poem, a list of songs you're listening to, books you're reading, your pets, angsts, rants, reviews, links -- pretty much anything. You may even blog about another blog entry (of course you have to link to it so readers will know what you're talking about).