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“Presenting” Jezabel Vessir — go with the flow…

Jezabel Vessir: Presenting, by Charles Lightfoot, hot body/nude yogaThis Metart erotic photo series is notable for a variety of reasons. It’s a new model’s first appearance on the site, and it’s also the photographer’s first contribution to Metart. These “double debuts” are not unprecedented, but they are unusual. But beyond the new model and artist, “Presenting” is also very much a story told in pictures — it’s got a simple narrative and an “arc” that that gives it a pleasing cohesion. This certainly isn’t the first Metart set with a distinct beginning, middle, and end, but it is notable, and enjoyable.

In the first few shots Jezabel Vessir is shown emerging from her home. She’s got a yoga mat slung over one shoulder and a bottle of water in her hand. She pauses in the doorway, surveys the patio and the landscape beyond, and takes a drink of water. The model’s serene temperament is presented here every bit as effectively as her refined beauty and lean — yet exceptionally curvy — body, a tribute not only to the model’s ease in front of the camera, but also to photographer Charles Lightfoot’s skill.

Dressed in a cropped top that emphasizes her large breasts and baggy white pants, Jezabel rolls out her mat, clears her mind, and puts herself through a variety of yoga postures. Although she remains fully clothed for a sizable number of images early in the series, the beauty of her body — particularly her ample breasts — is obvious. Eventually that flattering top comes off, and the pants come down — while she’s executing the plow pose. As in an actual yoga practice, the pace is slow, relaxed, and measured. Just when I was beginning to feel as if the set was too tame…along came the explicit shots I’d been craving.

And Jezabel doesn’t only reveal every aspect of her physique as “Presenting” unfolds, she also reveals varied aspects of her personality. She can be thoughtful, even meditative. She can be focused, clearly concentrating, and then lost in the moment, feeling her body as she poses, breathing in the warm mountain air, going through her relaxing, invigorating motions. But she also has a lively, energetic aspect, and when she smiles it’s radiant, spontaneous, warm, and genuine (see #016, #036, and #059 for a few examples). Additional favorites include #003, fully clothed but with a hint of treats to come, as well as Jezebel’s refined features and relaxed demeanor. #071, top down, feet and hands on the ground. #092, relaxed into the plow pose. #113, eyes closed for an image that’s part headshot, part figure study. And #118, an enticing explicit shot that captures the beauty of the model’s erotic architecture.

And then “Presenting” Jezabel Vessir reaches its satisfying conclusion. The model scoops up her clothes, takes a final drink of water, and heads back into the house. I hope we’ll be seeing more from her, and Charles Lightfoot, soon.

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Alex Lynn: interview with a MetArt artist

Alex Lynn: portrait of a MetArt artist

Alex Lynn is one of MetArt’s most elegant and sensual artists, bringing a stylish fashion sensibility and a feeling of intimacy to every photoset. Having shot such favorites as Adel C, Sapphira, Michaela Isizzu and Malinda to great effect, and grabbing the attention again with today’s terrific new photoset of Stephie Love, Alex was kind enough to share a few secrets in response to my questions…

Alex, are you male or female? (your name could be either!)

AL: I could give an outstanding answer to this question, such as, only a man can properly reveal the woman’s beauty, curves and so on, and that just a few women can really compete with male photographers in this genre – but I’d better refuse these typical men’s thoughts and simply give the answer that I’m a male photographer! (laughing)

Where are you from?

AL: At this point of my life the question “Where do I want to be?” is more important. That is what motivates me to move forward. I do believe that only this can lead us to something greater; not where we are right now, or where we come from. I say so because my native country is now overcoming a harsh journey to development, which made me leave it, in order not to lose that impulse for creating something big and fresh. That’s why I’m sure that ‘Where we want to be’ matters more than ‘Where we’re from.’

What is your background in photography?

AL: I’ve been doing photography for a pretty long time, but I’m definitely not like many of my colleagues, who got acquainted with their first camera in early childhood. As a rule their creative development would start from childhood, but that’s not how it was for me. Before I became a photographer, I had no clue what I would do in the future. I went through many jobs – boring and grey, bright and unusual, but still office jobs – to get to this point. And I quit as soon as I realized the speed with which my life was passing me by. Someone else’s projects, someone else’s customers. Nothing special. It was killing me. It became clear that it wasn’t my choice for life. And I’m pretty sure that many clerks visiting would rather pick my present job than theirs! As for photography, I’d better say nothing about my experience in magazines and with commercial clients, because I hate self-advertisement.

How long have you been taking erotic photographs, and what inspired you to start?

AL: It is strange but my first set was an erotic one. At that time I was a desk jockey, not a photographer and didn’t even know what ‘set’ meant or how to become a professional. I used to dream about something different. And only a few years later, I’ve become utterly absorbed by the erotic genre. I’ve got carried away, as every normal man would, who by mutual and silent consent can guide a completely unknown woman – and at the same time share that something special that you’ve found in that woman with the whole world. It’s damn inspiring. Women are so much the same and so different! The search for those distinctions is my precise inspiration. To find something totally different in every woman is eternal!

Which model most inspires you?

AL: There isn’t a particular one. Man can’t get inspiration from only one woman. Everything’s got its limits. For me personally, the everlasting search for perfection is the best way to rise.

You seem to prefer location shoots and natural light to working in a studio – why is that?

AL: So true. I love everything real and natural. If I don’t have it I try to recreate it in the studio, which takes a lot of time. I guess no one wants to see the girl-next-door against a boring and grey studio background. Besides, every new location can inspire me for a new fiction, since every girl should have her own story. Otherwise they can’t look real. So, yes, I like natural light and scenery because it creates the reality.

You have been shooting photosets for MetArt since 2013 – is there one you are particularly proud of?

AL: Oh, no. Of course I’ve got photosets I like more than others, but my real hit is still in the future. The one I’m aiming towards is going to be the best!

Can you tell us a little bit about your recent shoot with Serena Wood, which was extremely well received by MetArt members?

AL: Yeah, that was the set! It turned out pretty easy. Serena is so talented and the truth is that she is incredibly easy to collaborate with. Her special skill is to understand. She never brushed aside any direction, and did her job till the end and very well. After all, I’m damn demanding. That’s why working with me is not so easy for every model, but only for those who really love their job – for models who wait to see the result and story, not just get paid for the set. I can say confidently that Serena Wood is one of the girls I would like to work with again and again. With her the outcome is predictably excellent. She’s unforgettable. And thank you for reminding me of that awesome time, I’m really anxious to work with Serena again!

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From the Metart Mailbox — a superfan speaks out…

“Metartlover” creates photo collages of his favorite Metart models.[In the worlds of art and entertainment there are fans, and then there are what we now call “superfans.” The man who proudly employs the moniker “Metartlover” is most definitely a superfan. A member of the site for 10 years, Metartlover recently sent us the following testimonial. With the energy, sincerity, and enthusiasm of a true superfan he vividly and eloquently expresses his appreciation of Metart, and he also shares a unique way he takes his enjoyment of the site to a higher level — by ingeniously creating framed posters of his favorite Metart models and erotic photo galleries. I’d like to personally thank Metartlover for taking the time to share his thoughts and artwork, and I encourage Metart fans — and superfans — to share their thoughts in the comments section at the bottom of this post. ~ Adam]

Ever since I first discovered Met-Art 10 years ago I have been such an extremely passionate fan. I have devoted countless days & hours taking in all of the wonder & joy it provides. Very few things are perfect in life but Met-Art is one of them. It has become one of the greatest pleasures in my life to see the truly breathtaking work done by the models & photographers. It must be said as many times as possible: Met-Art is the zenith of erotic/nude photography!

“Metartlover” proves that Metart’s erotic pix are suitable for framing!I am just astounded by the uncompromising beauty of the girls, their willingness to share their flawless bodies with us, and the astonishing quality of the photography! The ethereal lighting in the photo shoots makes me happier than you can possibly imagine! The settings & clothing/fashion choices send me over the edge by the fantasies they inspire! Every single aspect about the photography is beyond exquisite! I am simply overjoyed & euphoric at the fact that Met-Art has become one of the primary pleasures in my life! Every time I browse a set of pictures I become so elated by its divine elegance & stunning beauty. It honestly just makes my life so blissful & happy that I had to take my devotion to the next level.

I don’t know how common it is for Met-Art fans to frame the art, but it was the next logical step for me. There is a technique named “rasterbation” that helps print out life sized posters at home! (Rasterbating involves printing out small portions of the image to put together as one.) Of course seeing the art on display inspires another word too, haha.

I am an amateur photographer myself. I do it as a hobby. I understand things like framing, color, lighting, center of interest, bodily position, & so on. Another reason I became so helplessly delirious & succumbed to Met-Art‘s entrancing spell is the way in which the photographers’ & models’ artistry synchronize together as one to produce something of deep affectionate value to me.

“Metartlover” is a “superfan” of Metart’s nude art models and photosMet-Art is the only nude site where I am made to feel personally welcome. It’s the only content I have ever found in which the collaborations of the model/photographer make it feel as if they created the shoot with me personally in mind, it’s eerie. I am overwhelmed by the photographers ability to exploit photographic techniques to bolster such unadulterated lucid sensuality. There is a mad genius at work when the photography can bring out such strong and powerful emotions of infatuation & ardor in you. Because that is exactly how it feels like.

The models seem to have this uncanny ability to connect with you on an personal level via the shoot. Their devastating beauty along with their non-judgmental, easy-going, unrestrained, and cheerful attitudes makes losing yourself to them effortless. The way the models pose, with that tantalizing sweet purity & innocence of theirs, paradoxically mixed with outright generosity allowing their perfect bodies to be captured in the most explicit intimate detail, always manages to leave me in a state of bewildering trance. In the end the work they produce elicits feelings of tender caress, considering my emotions as well as my libido. Met-Art has forever changed my life. It is directly responsible for leaving me in a state blissful euphoria more times than I can remember.

Thank you to all of the AMAZING, AMAZING models & the equally beyond-talented photographers for their life-changing work! I lovingly have these on display in my own private home. I CANNOT SAY THANK YOU ENOUGH TO EVERYONE INVOLVED AT MET-ART! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!

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Yoga Bunny – a tribute to Paula Shy

Yoga bunny: tribute to Paula Shy

Erotic fiction inspired by Paula Shy

Yoga always makes me horny. I’m sure that’s not an appropriate reaction, but I can’t help it! Maybe it’s something to do with the deep breathing and all that focusing on the pelvic area… I usually walk out of class buzzing with arousal, and with a telltale damp patch on the crotch of my tight yoga pants. Then a friend told me about the naked yoga craze; I knew there was no way I could trust myself in a class surrounded by acres of bare flesh, but there was nothing to stop me trying it on my own…

I was lucky enough to be housesitting for a friend with a secluded back yard, and the sunny poolside terrace seemed like the ideal spot to get in touch with my inner goddess. I was sitting drinking my morning coffee when the idea struck me, so I just grabbed a mat and headed out in my vest top and panties, confident there was nobody around to spot me. As I warmed up with some deep stretches, I began to feel an intense throbbing sensation radiating throughout my body. I raised my hips up into bridge position, knees open and pussy pointed directly at the sun. Heat flared through my crotch at once, and I could feel wetness start to trickle between my pussy lips. I slid down the straps of my vest and pushed it down to my waist, my nipples immediately stiffening in the slight hint of breeze. Trying to find my balance, I moved through tree pose and dancer pose, but it was no good – my attention was concentrated on my pulsing pussy, not my perfect posture!

Moving into a forward bend, I eased my panties down, exposing my pussy to the air as I got deeper into the stretch. That felt good! I moved into a full back bend, my slit splaying open as I arched up and back. Suddenly my mind was filled with the idea of getting banged in that position, some strong guy grasping my waist as he plunged into me. The thought made me shiver with pleasure, and my legs nearly gave way. I sank down into a shoulder stand, legs wide, pussy open to the sky… and that’s when all my yoga composure completely deserted me and I knew I absolutely, positively had to rub myself off immediately!

I got on my hand and knees, my fingers sliding straight into my slick pussy with no resistance. Thumb grinding on my clit, I pumped rhythmically, juice trickling out with each stroke. My pussy walls twitched spasmodically around my fingers, waves of sensation flooding over me. Collapsing down onto the ground, I humped my hand frantically, my free hand reaching over to rub between my ass cheeks as I shuddered to a huge orgasm.

I wish I could tell you the pool guy came by and caught me in this compromising position, but no such luck. However, I did invite a couple of open-minded girlfriends to join me for the following morning’s naked yoga session…

If you enjoy erotic fiction and would like to contribute some of your own, you can email it to me at I don’t promise to post it in full, but I will pick out the juiciest bits to share!

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“Presenting” Vienna — from stylist to starlet…

Vienna: Presenting, by Slastyonoff, exquisite breasts, pretty pussyIt’s easy to think of erotic photography as a collaboration between two people — artist and model. But it’s often not that simple. Many photographers employ one, or more, assistants to help set up, arrange, and manage equipment and props, for example. And, for true professional level, commercial quality photography, a stylist is an absolute essential. The term is something of an umbrella, and stylists often have expertise in make-up, hair, costuming, and art direction. I mention this because Vienna, the first-time Metart model who stars in “Presenting,” is training to become a professional stylist, and was inspired to try modeling after helping prepare model friends for their own photo shoots. So “Presenting” is notable not simply because it’s our first exposure to a new model, but also because we get to see a “behind the scenes” professional step into the spotlight.

I have no way of knowing if Vienna had any input on the style or design of Slastyonoff‘s work here, however. Vienna’s make-up is simple and natural, she’s dressed in nothing more than a gauzy dress and a pair of simple flat sandals, and she poses on a sofa that’s been draped and dressed in fluffy layers of white tulle fabric. In close shots Vienna looks like a stylized angel floating on a cloud, but when the camera pulls back and we can see the legs and outline of the sofa the illusion is less effective.

In physical and emotional terms Vienna is pure pleasure. She’s got a shapely physique, exceptionally beautiful breasts, and she’s equally beautiful below the belt — I, for one, would have enjoyed a few more explicit shots, and at least a couple of close-ups, but the set is far from tame even in their absence. Vienna does exhibit a couple of what I consider “new model” qualities. In several shots her hands seem a bit stiff, for example. And she has a habit of tilting her head to her left. But it’s a pretty head (and face) so this is a minor quibble. And she does display some pleasing versatility here. She can deliver formal, stylish poses like #051, with her eyes to the side. She’s got a sultry, bedroom allure in shots like #045. And when she’s relaxed and simply “being herself,” as she is (to one degree or another) in #007, #011, or #012, she displays a spontaneous, natural, approachable charm.

Vienna may well have a bright future ahead of her as a photo stylist, but, as she demonstrates in “Presenting,” she’s also got the skills and beauty to pursue a career as an erotic photo model. I look forward to seeing more of what she has to offer in future Metart photo galleries.

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Luca Helios: interview with a MetArt artist

Luca Helios: interview with MetArt artist

Luca Helios needs no introduction to MetArt members. A magnificent artist with a superb eye for female sensuality, he has created some of the most memorable images of the past few years, and photographed some of our most iconic beauties. Today’s new photoset of Adel C displays the restrained elegance we have come to expect from this master of eroticism. I invited him to share a little of his world with you…

What is your background in photography?

LH: I started when I was young with an old reflex I had at home, just for fun. With time it became an important hobby for me. At the age of 25 I went to photography school to learn fashion photography, the use of light… After that I started working professionally, way before I started with art nudes and later with erotica for MetArt.

What inspired you to start shooting erotica?

LH: I was always attracted to the beauty of the female body, and to portraying the art of the female form. I still try to combine explicit and sensual photos with showing simple artistic nudes the best way I can.

Which model most inspires you?

LH: Lorena B. Over the last six years we have developed a close friendship and I have a special feeling for her. Also Iveta, Eufrat, Lilly A, and Indiana are great models to collaborate with.

Are you influenced by mainstream art and photography?

LH: Yes – Helmut Newton, David Hamilton, Steven Meisel, Jeanloup Sieff and Marco Glaviano, among many others.

You seem to prefer shooting outdoors – why is that?

LH: I like nature, the vividness of the colors and natural light. For most models it is more difficult to pose outdoors, so now I try to combine my outdoor shoots with indoor sets, to make them feel more confortable and to get a wide variety of poses from the model. I have to get 120 good shots instead of just a single shot, as I would for a calendar.

You have been shooting photosets for MetArt since 2007 – which are you particularly proud of?

LH: Iveta B – Venice, Lilly A– Padrona, Lorena B – Pyrenees, Caprice A – Cesaret, Eufrat A – Litorali, and Lily C – Sunsubiro.

We also see the occasional movie from you – what inspires you to do this?

LH: I am always looking for new challenges and I never tried it before, I wanted to do something different apart from just photography.

Can you tell us about your latest movie, starring Mango playing the piano? It was very popular with MetArt members.

LH: When we arrived at the location she liked the piano and began to play a little bit. She was inspired and we simply decided it was the best place for her to shoot her video. It was very easy to work with her!

What are your ambitions for your work with MetArt?

LH: To improve my work, to get better with each shoot and to present the best models I can find.

Is there anything else you would like to tell us?

LH: Thank you to the whole MetArt family, the members and every model I have worked with. It is an honor to be part of MetArt!

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“Previa” starring Susie — delights on display…

Susie: Previa, by Leonardo, artistic, explicit, nude art pixPersonality matters. A beautiful woman with an off-putting or unappealing personality is less beautiful than she might be. And a warm, inviting personality makes a woman — or, indeed, any person in any type of situation or social relationship — more attractive, whether she’s plain or pretty. So, to repeat, personality matters. But personality isn’t something that can be easily acquired. Some of it is innate, some of it is developed over time, and it’s fluid, changing with mood, circumstance, and situation.

Capturing a model’s personality is one of greatest challenges facing a photographer. Even the most technically skilled artist can still fail to extract and present a model’s true character and charm. And, after all, erotic photography is a collaborative art form. Model and artist must work together. And if a model is unwilling or unable to freely express her personality for the lens, the photographer has a severely limited ability to capture it. Timing also plays a significant role. A moment’s hesitation — on the part of model, photographer, or both — can result in a photo devoid of personality, creating an inaccurate representation of the model’s true essence.

After all that, let me say that Susie, the star of “Previa” has a delightful personality. It lights up her eyes and animates her face. It gives her a youthful energy and vitality that, to my eyes, makes her appear younger than her 24 years. She clearly enjoys posing and she offers up every luscious inch of her nubile body for our inspection and enjoyment.

And Leonardo, an accomplished master, does a fine job of capturing not just Susie’s bright, lively nature, but also more subtle and nuanced elements of her personality. He successfully brings out the irresistible emotional best in Susie, while also capturing her physical charms in welcome — and often impressively explicit — detail.

A few favorites: #013, a beautifully posed and composed image in the pin-up style. #015, also topless, with a relaxed, candid, natural feel. #044 an extra-close, extra-explicit shot — extra-wet, too! #048 for the way Leonardo employs the architectural elements of the set in his composition. The thoughtful, painterly beauty of #054. And #117 where personality, physical beauty, and photographic skill and style all come together.

A lovely girl, an inviting personality, and stylish erotic art are all among the many delights on display in “Previa.”

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“Cionime” starring Katie A – sweetness, cuteness, hotness, and plentiful prettiness…

Katie A: Cionime, by Fabrice, sweet, cute, sexy and hot young babeWhen I opened the first 25 images in the Metart erotic photo gallery “Cionime,” the topmost shot in the “stack” of pictures was #006, a “nothing-showing” shot of Katie A standing on tiptoe, resting her hand on an ornate column, with a sweet expression on her exceptionally pretty face. Image #025 was directly behind that introductory shot — or at least the right half of it was. And the right half of #025 consists of the lower half of Katie A’s splendid anatomy, eagerly presented and explicitly exposed. The contrast between the two shots — sweet right next to heat — had me hooked in an instant. And that helps explain why Katie A has been moving up — way up! — in the Metart Top Models rankings.

Katie A radiates an irresistible warmth and lively, fun-loving spirit. You get the sense she’d be quick to laugh, and the smiles she shares throughout the set are natural and sincere. She’s also exceptionally pretty, with a flawless complexion, perfectly nubile proportions, an angelic face, and beguiling eyes. And along with all her sweetness, charm, and beauty, Katie A is also candidly, openly, and naturally sexy. There are shots in “Cionime” where she practically throws her pink perfection at the camera (#021), and spread wide and with nothing to hide (as in #074) she’s completely at ease. Katie A effortlessly displays both sweetness and steamy sexuality — a powerful and winning combination.

Fabrice shot “Cionime” in an ornately decorated — one might even say slightly cluttered — space. With a less appealing model this might have presented a problem, but not here! The artist moves Katie around the room. She stands, she poses on the polished floors, she lounges on and across odd pieces of furniture, and it all works beautifully. There’s a lot of variety in terms of pose and composition — figure studies, portraits, headshots, as well as mouthwatering explicit shots. And the model herself displays similar range and variety. Much of the set has her lustrous hair parted on one side and flipped fetchingly across her head. In others, however, her hair is parted down the middle creating an entirely different look, as well as mood, that adds real depth to Katie’s performance (and appeal).

Whether I’m gazing at that beautiful  face, or drinking in the perfection of her pristine pink bits, Katie A in “Cionime” displays sweetness, cuteness, hotness, and plentiful prettiness.

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The Most Dangerous Game: Or, My Journey to Have the World’s Best Orgasm

The Most Dangerous Game: Or, My Journey to Have the World’s Best OrgasmThe first time I masturbated was one of the most special moments of my life. I was young, too young to have discovered the joy of rubbing your own genitals, but as soon as I tried it, I was hooked. I started with my panties on, using the edge of my bed, or a stuffed toy’s nose, or a folded up pillow to rub until I couldn’t rub anymore. Ask any girl how she first masturbated and she’ll tell you a similar tale. One day you realize that rubbing yourself on cushioned objects feels really, really good. And when you discover this you tell your friends. And soon slumber parties turn into “ok now you try it” masturbation discovery parties. While I’m only 28, I still grew up without free access to the Internet and we didn’t know that these pillow humping marathon sleepover parties were, well, highly inappropriate. We would just play and giggle and it all seemed very sweet. Eventually we all figured out that what we were doing wasn’t exactly innocent and we stopped. And never mentioned it again. Ask your girlfriend, or wife. I’m sure she’s had a similar slumber party experience.


Slumber parties aside, I became obsessed with touching myself. I would do it during school in the bathroom, I would do it when I came home from school, I would do it in the bathtub, I would do it anywhere and everywhere I could. I never told anyone about my private time once I realized it was meant to be private. And before I turned 18 I didn’t have access to sex toy stores. Until I left for college my only toy was my incredible shower head which had the best pressure of any showerhead ever created and it could be used to tease and tickle or hit the exact spot you needed it to hit. Needless to say, I ran up a very large water bill in high school.


Then, when I left for college and turned 18 my world changed. My boyfriend at the time went to a different school and one day he sent me a gift: the first edition Rabbit vibrator. Remember those? It had a thick shaft, spinning beads inside the body, and little ears attached to a vibrating bullet. Even though it was hot pink I found it to be incredibly intimidating. Perhaps this is TMI but my gynecologist once told me “you have the vagina of a 12-year-old girl.” Which means I can’t exactly accommodate a lot of girth without a lot of effort. So instead of using the Rabbit as God intended it to be used I just held the buzzing ears up against my clit and let the magic happen.


I’ve never done heroin but I assume that having your first vibrator orgasm is a lot like doing heroin for the first time. You’re constantly chasing the dragon. Since my first time buzzing myself to a state of bliss in my dorm room eight years ago I have been on a hunt for a toy that would get me off like it was my first time. I’ve had some great orgasms since my first time using a toy but nothing compared to that first, beautiful experience in my twin long size bed with jersey cotton sheets all those years ago. Nothing compared, until recently…


Like I said before, I’ve always been a bit wary of using any kind of toy that has to be inserted. I just never thought it was for me. But then I was gifted a beautiful toy, a realistic seven inch plastic-y piece of heaven and with my husband out of town for the weekend I decided to give it a try.

So I tried it. And tried it. And I tried it again. I tried it on my back. I tried it on my side. I tried it upside down. I tried it until I no longer had control of my limbs. I had come so many times that I seriously could not walk to the bathroom; I had to take a nap before I could move. It was the best sex I ever had. And it changed my masturbation game.


But, like all addicts, soon the dildo wasn’t enough to get me over the edge. I needed more. I needed something else. It was like I was allllllllllmost there but not hitting a spot that needed to be hit. And then I realized what it was: for the last 20 years I had been missing out on one of the greatest gifts bestowed upon women—I had been missing out on touching my G-spot.


Now, the G-spot is a mysterious little spot inside a woman. It’s an erogenous zone located inside the anterior wall of the vagina and when massaged causes strong sexual arousal, powerful orgasms and potential female ejaculation. These are all things I want! These are all things I need!


Like any true orgasm enthusiast I researched the best toys to achieve a G-spot orgasm and spent $200 on toys that users with names like “Hurtin4aSquirtin” reviewed as “a surefire way to make you squirt on your ceiling!” I WANT TO SQUIRT ON MY CEILING, I thought as I clicked the purchase button. I was so excited to squirt on my ceiling that I overnighted my new G-spot wand. But I didn’t stop there. I then drove to two different sex shops and bought their highest rated G-spot toys. Within 24-hours I went from not really knowing or caring about my G-spot to wanting nothing more than to give it the same attention you would give a visiting foreign dignitary staying in your home. I wanted to wine it, dine it, make it comfortable, happy, and above all, burst out with joy and excitement. I wanted to make my ceiling wet.


I let the anticipation build and waited until 8 p.m. the following evening when UPS dropped off my new little friend. I ripped open the box, installed the batteries, turned on some Enya, lit some candles, put on some perfume and stripped off all my clothing. I was ready to squirt.


45 minutes later I was out of breath, sweating profusely, and my hand was cramped into a decerebrate posturing pose like a Pompeian mummy. Frustrated and now incapable of accessing my limbs full mobility I gave up. Ok, well, I didn’t give up, I just got out my tried and true favorite vibrator and had a pretty nice orgasm. But I didn’t understand why I wasn’t able to squirt. I researched, I Googled things, I watched informative videos, but still, no grand finale.


For the next few weeks I was all consumed with having a G-spot orgasm. I tried different positions, ordered new toys, I had my husband help me until we had to stop to massage his hand from the Charlie horse that was paralyzing him. We went back to work and eventually gave up. It looked like it wasn’t going to happen now, or possibly, ever.


But then I realized something. Even though I may not be capable of achieving G-spot orgasm, I had a lot of fun trying to reach it. I had an arsenal of new toys, and my husband was very interested in going spelunking to find my elusive spot. It dawned on me that even though I was frustrated because I wasn’t squirting, I was having a really good time trying to make it happen. If your wife, girlfriend, partner, or neighbor is having a hard time reaching a G-spot orgasm, don’t worry about it. It’s not about reaching the top of the mountain; it’s about the climb it takes to get there. Sure, you may not reach the summit but it’s going to be one hell of a great story about how you almost got to the top.

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Lorena talks about her life and loves

Lorena: interview about her MetArt career

In a world of beautiful girls, Lorena B is something special. The sexy Spanish sweetheart is not only spectacularly beautiful, with that radiant smile and irresistible body, but has an energy and charisma that makes every one of her appearances memorable.

Lorena is one of the most popular girls on the MetArt Network. Not only has she clocked up a staggering 73 appearances on MetArt itself, but she’s also starred in some superb girl-girl movies on our sister sites SexArt and VivThomas. This month, she made an attention-grabbing return to VivThomas with the lead role in ‘After Hours,’ which showed a whole new side to her character. Never a girl to hold back, she now seems to tear into her partners with a hunger and urgency that is incredibly arousing to watch – and yet, her sweet and tender nature is still in evidence.

I was lucky enough to get to interview Lorena for the Viv Thomas blog, and as she’s so immensely popular here, I thought you folks might enjoy reading it too…

Lorena, can you tell us a little about yourself?

I am 28 years old, I grew up in Spain and Barcelona is my new hometown. I enjoy charcoal drawing, sports in general, and to spend time simply on my own. I have fun spending time in tune with nature. I also like to spend too many hours searching for and listening to music. It’s almost all I do when I grab my computer.

Do you have any favorite TV show? Books? Music?

I never watch TV… On my computer I love to watch documentaries, sports, old music clips, comedians like Bill Hicks, Louis C.K, Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson, Jim Carrey… Or even cartoons. I have many favourite books, two of them are The Book of Children by Osho, and The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin S. Sharma. Loving music, I do have a wide variety on my playlist but I got stuck in the pre-2000s! Classical, R&B, Rap, Heavy, Disco, Industrial, Soul, Rock, sometimes popular music… A few artists I like: A Perfect Circle, Staind, Rob Dougan, Genesis, Billy Paul, Prodigy, Faithless, Elliott Smith, Nick Drake, Can, Tindersticks, Alexander O’Neal, The Sisters of Mercy, Pantera, Bach, Vivaldi…

Your fans love to hear you speaking in your sexy Spanish accent. Is there an accent that really turns you on?

I do smile when I hear others’ accents, and find many languages beautiful to hear. I find the deepness of a voice or the way a person might talk more attractive than the accent itself.

What is your favorite thing about your appearance?

In general I embrace my body as it is. If I have to pick one thing in particular, the first that comes to mind is my small chest. Most of the time it only gets attention when it is truly needed! (Laughing)

What is the difference between stills photography and making movies, for you?

In the beginning there was no difference. It was all about how to learn to stay relaxed during the shoots and movies. To simply stay still and stare at the camera was not simple or natural to me. I do tend to move too much and too fast and some photographers still struggle a little bit with me in that respect! Once I began to feel more comfortable in front of the camera, the differences started to depend more on the kind of photographer or videographer. What they look for, their way of working…

What do you enjoy most about making movies?

I enjoy sharing a passionate and fun experience with my partners and having a good connection with the team in general.  I also enjoy seeing how a scene is built and the progress of it.

What made you decide to start making girl/girl movies?

I was willing to try something new after gradually changing how I felt about it. One day I got a call asking if I would replace a model that didn’t show up at the location. I agreed after talking and thinking about it for while.

Did you have sex with a girl in your personal life before you did it in a movie?

No, I did not and I still have not done it in my personal life. My first time was with Miela A, and then right after with Mia Knox for SexArt. It was a very strange feeling and I was completely lost about how to touch a woman. Knowing the cameras were rolling didn’t make it any easier!

Which is your favorite of the movies you have shot for the MetArt Network, and why?

‘Be Mine’ with Tess B, for SexArt. It was the first girl on girl movie I made with Don Caravaggio and his team. I felt it was intense, natural, flowed well, and there was a good vibe behind the work.

Who was your favourite partner?

I would like to mention more than one: Brandy A, Tracy Lindsay, Eve Angel, Mia Knox, Dido, and Tess B.

You seem like a very happy person, always smiling and laughing!

I do try to feel my best in whatever I do. Smiling, laughing… Sometimes it comes naturally, other times it helps me to feel more relaxed. I can smile for the camera, yet it starts for myself. It raises my energy up.

Do you feel competition or rivalry in this business?

No. Everyone is different. Comparison, rivalry, popularity… I prefer to let the ego sleep while trying to enjoy what I do, as long the team and members are pleased with the work.

Are you a dominant or submissive person?

I like passion, to play…and yet I do like it when it is 50/50. I am pleased to give and receive.

Do you have a boyfriend or girlfriend?

No, I am happily single.

Please tell us about the recent shoot with Guy Ranieri Sblattero, the new director for Viv Thomas.

The shoot was in Barcelona and the women were all nice to meet and work with. It was also my first work after almost one year not being involved with lesbian movies, and it put me back on track with how hardworking Guy’s team is! I did not see any of his movies for Viv Thomas before, yet it was easy to see he was looking for something different and dynamic. I felt very good around him and the way he directed us during every scene.

Do you have Twitter, Facebook?

I never used Twitter, honestly I have no idea how it works. For now I am no longer active on Facebook, the only platform I have ever used.

Is there anything else you would like to tell your fans?

Yes…To all the members of the MetArt Network: desertrat, mep1… Others not mentioned here, and those who might not be active on the comments section so I don’t know their names – thank you very much for all your support!


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