Saturday, May 18, 2013

Stoya enjoys fine literature

Here's another fine gift from Rubye Selene. She sent me a link to this page of videos, without much warning of what I should expect except that it was erotic and that the setup would work well for an EMC story. After watching all seven videos, I had to decide how much to tell you ahead of time, and I've chosen to just plop Stoya in your lap and save the explanations for afterwards. So here you go:

Now, what you just enjoyed was the first video in a seven-part series called Hysterical Literature. I watched two more of them before I figured out the women weren't just letting themselves get turned on by strangely kinky reads. I'd have guessed what was happening sooner if I'd watched the videos in order or read about them first. But as luck would have it, I was three videos in before I heard the vibrator. Then I Googled for a bit more info.

It's actually cooler, I think, to imagine that the power of language alone makes these woman orgasm - and some of the pieces are definitely erotic. Others, not so much. But it's certainly fun to imagine myself trying to read for a camera while underneath the table someone's twirling a Hitachi between my legs. And it's fun to imagine how I'd build an MC scenario around the idea. For instance, who knows what the women might end up reading, when they're too far gone to pay attention to the words?

Anyway, I recommend you watch more of these videos - maybe even all seven. I'll give you a brief review of each, in order, so you can decide whether they're worth your time:

Stoya reading "Necrophilia Variations" - I guess you probably watched this one already, didn't you? ;-) But I'll say here that I'm absolutely not into necrophilia, but Stoya (and the writer of that passage) made me see why it appeals to some people. The last line she reads could fit quite well into an EMC story.

Alicia reading "Leaves of Grass" - It's a long poem, but IMO it's the most erotic piece of literature in the video series, and I'm very glad Alicia made it to the end. Not only is the poem worth hearing all the way through (it's just one gorgeous homoerotic image after another), but the pace at which Alicia and her unseen collaborator proceed makes it easy to enjoy the words.

Danielle reading "Still Life with Woodpecker" - Stories that glamorize cocaine use automatically turn me off, but once she got past that bit, I was able to enjoy along with her.

Stormy reading "American Psycho" - I assume this video series is meant to make a comparison between good reading and good sex, but why the hell choose this piece from American Psycho to illustrate it? Stormy might as well have been reading a page from the phone book. She enjoys the hell out of it, though.

Teresa reading "Sexing the Cherry" -Teresa is very cute, and I'm enchanted by the tattoo on her shoulder. I also think I'd probably enjoy reading this book. But for some reason I can't explain, the video bored me and I gave up about halfway through.

Solé reading "Beloved" - This woman is awesome. I want to marry her. The book is awesome too (I read it years ago), but I'm not sure this passage will make anyone else want to read the book because it doesn't make much sense out of context.

Amanda reading "A Clockwork Orange" - She's reading a passage that actually is about mind control, so this video should have a special resonance for EMC fans. She stops reading at a great place, too, because it's before things start to turn ugly for the narrator. I love Amanda's accent, and the way her breasts bob over the table.


Vanderbilt said...

it's one of those simple great ideas
in other news:
thrall, have you seen upstream color?
A woman (Amy Seimetz) is abducted and hypnotized with an organic material harvested from a specific flower. When she falls for a man (Carruth) the two come to realize he may also have been subjected to the same process. They search urgently for a place of safety within each other and struggle to assemble the fragments of their wrecked lives, unknowingly drawn into the life cycle of a presence that permeates the microscopic world, moving to nematodes, plant life, livestock, and back again.

thrall said...

Hmm! I'd heard just a tiny bit about Upstream Color before now, and I didn't know it involved MC. Now I want to see it! Thanks!

d said...

Sole! Sole! Sole!
I'll be in my bunk.
Meanwhile, the video director has a Vimeo page with another Hysterical Literature, edited differently, and many more short videos that MUST be seen.

Merci thrall!

sylvrgirl said...

Sorry I didn't give you more warning, but how could I describe it without spoiling it? :-)

On another ASFR kink front, the Doctor Who episode "The Crimson Horror" has some scenes in it that look like someone had been spending some time in the dollification sections of Second Life.