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Blog Profile / The Reverse Cowgirl

Filed Under:Relationships / Sexuality
Posts on Regator:114
Posts / Week:0.4
Archived Since:February 12, 2009

Blog Post Archive

A New Blog

I've started a new blog. You can read it here. Adjust your bookmarks accordingly.

They Shoot Porn Stars, Don't They?

Today marks the debut of "They Shoot Porn Stars, Don't They?," a text-and-photos essay about the adult movie industry and the recession.Originally, I wrote it for a publication, but subsequently pulled it. When no other publication expressed...Show More Summary


I'm going to take a break from blogging for a while. If you would like to follow my activities, you can do so by way of my Twitter.


Artist Molly Peck bid on and won my Significant Object story. This is a photo of the Significant Object at its new home. If stories are children looking for adoption, this one has a happy ending.

The First Line

At 12:01 p.m., Special Agent Xerxes Xavier Jr., 34, begins to rise from behind his cluttered desk in his cramped and overcrowded office inside the J. Edgar Hoover Building at 935 Pennsylvania Avenue, pushing the metal chair away from himself, and the green vinyl seat cushion lets out a thin hisssss! from the depression that he has left behind. Show More Summary

The Story Behind the Story

If you've read this blog before, you know that I wrote a story for Significant Objects. Created by my friend Rob Walker and Joshua Glenn, the project seeks to find out exactly how we construct value. Writers, such as the one whose words you are reading now, are asked if they're interested in participating. Show More Summary

The Photographic Process

I took these photographs of adult film actress Tori Black on April 10, 2009, between 3:26:18 PST and 3:28:27 PST in Canoga Park, California. The final choice was #6. People seem to respond positively to the juxtaposition of Tori and the faces on the wall next to her in it. Show More Summary


For the last couple weeks, I was guestblogging on Boing Boing, which was awesome and terrific and great. Thank you so much to Xeni for inviting me, and thank you to Cory, Pesco, and Mark for allowing me to join in the fun. It was my second time, and it really is such a great time. Show More Summary

What He Said

You know when Rick James says: "Cocaine is a hell of a drug"?That's how this week was.It was a hell of a week.

Oh, the Valley

I put together a mini-photo essay about the Valley on Boing Boing. I took these photos on the set of an adult movie in the San Fernando Valley this April. It was April 10th, to be exact. Which is my birthday. Why I was on the set of an adult movie on my birthday is another story altogether. The story of my life. Read it.

Bid Now on My Significant Object

Bidding is nearing a close on my entry to the Significant Objects project. Read more about the project here. Each writer, Rob explained, would choose from a variety of "junk" objects bought by the curators at garage sales and thrift stores. Show More Summary

Random Emails That I Have Recently Received

Here are some emails that I have gotten as of late. You send them. I publish them.Regarding "Letters from Johns": I know the blog is now closed, but I just wanted to say that its something that really touched me. I've been on the Internet...Show More Summary

The Best of the Worst

There are a few things that have been popular on this site over the last year or so. Since Boing Boing traffic, where I continue to guestblog this week, continues to pound the site, I thought I would point you to them."To the Max": Watching Little's work is less like watching a porn movie than it is akin to witnessing a vivisection. Show More Summary

Buy Me Now

Is this a significant object? I wrote a story about this button as part of a project. Now, you can win the story and the pin on eBay. A talented, creative writer invents a story about an object. Invested with new significance by this fiction, the object should -- according to our hypothesis -- acquire not merely subjective but objective value. Show More Summary

Interview with Sarah May Scott

Over on the mothership that is Boing Boing, where I am guestblogging, I interviewed Sarah May Scott.SB: Are you a cyborg?SS: I am not a cyborg, but I am getting closer and closer to being a terminator. My back is already full of titanium, and I've got a radio-controlled device in my abdomen that feeds medication into my spinal canal. Show More Summary

Holla at Ya' Boing Boing

My gracious, there are a lot of Boing Boing readers coming through here. A bit like coming home to find someone riffling through your underwear drawer! Thank the Lord I threw out those granny panties.Anyway.I am sure none of you know who I am. Show More Summary

Boing [Updated]

Yeah, hey! So, welcome if you are coming here from Boing Boing, where I am guestblogging. This is my blog. Also, I write articles. You can find some of them around here. And I take photos. And I also have a Twitter. If I weren't so lazy,...Show More Summary

Guestblogging on Boing Boing Starts Tomorrow!

The last week has kind of sucked balls, but tomorrow I'll be starting my second guestblogging stint on Boing Boing. Regarding this matter, I would say that I am very excited, wonderful delighted, and truly happy.Guestblogging on Boing...Show More Summary

Do You See What I See?

Here are some photos I've taken since the beginning of the year. There are more here. Have a happy 4th!

Portrait of the Artist with an Octopus

Night before last, I received an email from Molly Peck, a New York-based artist. The subject header read, "Susannah Breslin is happy," which definitely got my attention, as I am having a hell of a week. In any case, there was an image attached to it, the one you see here, which is a painting that Molly made. Show More Summary

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