|"Sex is the life force. It is the creative power. What better
place to find an intimate relationship with God? Perhaps sex
can be a kind of centering prayer, a commitment to waiting for
God by making ourselves totally present to the body, mind and
soul of another person."Joan Borysenko, in A Woman's Journey to
God:Finding the Feminine Path
(Riverhead Books: New York, 1999).Page 141.
Lucrezia Magazine, September 2008
A review of the Jenna Jameson beauty-and-beast film
|"Chocolate Jesus and the Oral Thing"
An essay exploring the sensual side of the infamous
Cavallaro sculpture. Originally featured at
|Pairs of Really Big Ones
From the March '07 Oysters & Chocolate A sexual basketball jones. Taking
being a fan to a fantastic level. On the court getting off.
|Review of Ultra Flesh
Now featured at Lucrezia Magazine!
|"No More Periods"
My first article in SexIs, an online magazine of Eden Fantasys,
exploring the issue of menstrual suppression
|"Getting a Rise From the Machines: Terminator
October 2009 from Oysters and Chocolate
|"Adult Film Review: A Midsummer Night's Cream"
The Erotic Woman, Nov. 2007
Fairy magic, the way Shakespeare would have done it if he
|"An Erotic Challenge: Immanuela Kunt"
First published in Lucrezia Magazine,
|Peter Parker's Aunt May Is A Goddess: Erin's
review of Spiderman 3 .
|"Synchronicity" A review of Kate Douglas's Wolf Tales
First published at The Erotic Woman
Erin O'Riordan's own particular blend of sex, books and