Sex art news in review: April 2014 (NSFW)

Living dolls, artist "births" painting, naked Burning Man parties, pre-sex selfies, #aftersex selfies, couples underwater...


Nude images of "Living Dolls." nerve.com

A performance artist gave birth to a painting. You read that correctly: nerve.com

An eye-opening look at the sexy desert parties of Burning Man: nerve.com

This racy photo series shows the steamy side of car sex (NSFW): nerve.com

Images from San Francisco’s new nudie magazine (NSFW): nerve.com

10 models taking steamy pre-sex selfies: nerve.com 

This nude black and white photo series captures a hotel love affair (NSFW): nerve.com

A defense of #aftersex selfies — and a peek at some of the best pics on the web: salon.com

These nude photographs show a softer, feminine side of bondage (NSFW): nerve.com

Sensual nude photos of couples caught in intimate moments underwater (NSFW): nerve.com

Mesmerizing photos of dutch prostitutes: vice.com

Challenging and strange portraits of femininity: slate.com

Barbie’s hacked phone reveals explicit nude photos of the iconic doll: nerve.com

Gorgeous shots of nude women enjoying life in the summer sun (NSFW): nerve.com

These surreal erotic illustrations marry humor and lustful desires: nerve.com

Delicate nude portraits of Brazilian women bathed in natural light (NSFW): nerve.com 

Bizarre and beautiful photos of women pole dancing at home: slate.com

Controversial photos of gay couples kissing in historic catholic churches: nerve.com

Vogue Italia trivializes domestic violence with glam photo shoot: jezebel.com


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