My name is Kitty Stryker, and I’m a queer, fat sex worker and activist who wants sex positivity to really reflect sex positivity, not just stereotyped, media-encouraged “ideals” in leather and latex. I believe male beauty should be embraced as widely and diversely as female beauty has come to be, and I’m ready to prove it can be.

I additionally blog over at Purrversatility, write for Good Vibrations Magazine and Filament Magazine, and am the award-winning founder of Ladies High Tea and Pornography Society. I’m on Twitter as @kittystryker, and you can email me at miss.kitty.stryker at gmail.


9 Responses to About

  1. I think men enjoy being regarded as objects of beauty! I’m an artist / model and am currently working with a female colleague towards an exhibition of nudes that we’re drawing of each other. We’ve started a blog to discuss the ideas that develop as we explore the images we create. Love to have your comments! http://twonaked.blogspot.com

  2. Tiny Goat says:

    I am ridiculously excited about this project but I’m heartbroken that you aren’t modding your troll.

    • Hi Tiny Goat!

      I don’t tend to moderate too heavily, because I’ve found so far that had I just deleted responses that I (or someone else) considered trolling, we wouldn’t have had conversations that have led to some pretty interesting points. Both QRG and SLEPhoto have said things I disagree with, but rather than silence them (as long as they, and everyone else, is being respectful) I found so far that listening and being open to learning more gives me a better foundation to strengthen my project and resolve. 🙂

  3. This troll is glad Kitty has taken this view. But maybe she realises you can’t keep a good troll down.

    • Heh, it’s more that I prefer discussion to flame wars. I will shut things down if it becomes too personal, or bickering, or it’s stagnating, but I’ll always give a warning first. 🙂

  4. Kitty in your about section on the front page you say: ‘I want to explore and discuss what defines (and defies) a female gaze.’

    If you do not want to discuss this then maybe change the wording! I do not think you have established what defines a female gaze yet.


    • What do you think the new poll is? I’m starting off with information gathering and then will begin to talk about what I’ve found, and ask questions, maybe come up with some guidelines for people looking to submit photos to this project.

      I’m really getting tired of your methodology in discussing things here. It feels more like harassment. Most of the comments on here are from you, and frankly, while I’m happy to link back to YOUR blog where you rip this project apart, I am really close to not letting you post here unless you’re actually adding to the discussion and not just nagging. I GET YOUR POINT ALREADY.

  5. Jess says:

    I’m an undergrad art student from the UK and I came across this project while researching for a paper on art and pornography. I don’t normally leave comments on things but I wanted you to know that I think that what you’re doing here is really awesome and I’m glad that something like this exists in the world. I’ve thought for years that there isn’t enough visual erotica that caters to straight women, and I find a lot of porn off-putting as a result. I don’t really have anything to add but I just wanted to show my support. Wish you the best of luck.

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