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Bigfoot and the Size Queens

Posted in Erotic fiction with tags , , , , , on February 22, 2015 by alvinavalon

Bigfoot and the Size Queens

Here is my own take on the subject of Bigfoot Erotica. I thought it would be fun to depart from the standard clichés of the genre by having two cock-hungry protagonists – one female and one male – who set their sexual sights on Bigfoot right from the start! Here is the blurb:

Tara Kane is not your average professor of anthropology. She’s young, athletic and blue-haired, with an insatiable appetite for big hairy men… and one part of their anatomy in particular. Tara is not alone in her phallic obsession: her gay and geeky grad-student Fabian Grayson is a Size Queen too. While visiting Texas for an academic conference, the man-hungry pair are drawn into a quest for the biggest, hairiest proto-human of them all: Bigfoot! The search leads to a bizarre series of adventures, featuring a mysterious Tibetan temple, strange rituals, cracks in time… and the ultimate secret of the prehistoric species known as Homo Erectus Giganticus! A comic romp with a fascinating twist of paranormal mystery!

Bigfoot and the Size Queens is available in Kindle format from and Amazon UK, as well as other Amazon sites worldwide.

Lesbian Space Girls

Posted in Weird sex with tags , , on January 28, 2015 by alvinavalon


“Lesbian Space Gals of 1973” is the intriguing title of a recent article on the Weird Universe site. It’s about eight female members of the U.S. Air Force who underwent training for travel in outer space.

It’s clear from the article that not all the women were lesbians, since one of them, 25-year-old Lorraine Schoen, is quoted as saying the “biggest thing” she missed was male companionship. Presumably by “biggest” she was thinking in terms of penis size!

But some of the women do seem to have been Sapphically oriented, or bisexual at least, since 32-year-old Evelyn Jean Parks admitted to being a reader of Playboy magazine as well as Playgirl!



Posted in Mythology with tags , , , , , on February 16, 2013 by alvinavalon

Hermaphroditus statue from Roman timesA number of ancient deities combine male and female characteristics. Perhaps the most archetypal is Hermaphroditus, from whose name we get the word hermaphrodite. In Greek mythology, Hermaphroditus was the offspring of the Goddess Aphrodite and the God Hermes. Originally a boy, he was transformed into a male-female hybrid through union with a water nymph. The cult of Hermaphroditus was popular in ancient Rome, where he was worshipped as the deity of bisexuality and effeminacy. The statue shown here is from Monte Porzio in Italy, and dates from the 2nd century AD. It is now in the Louvre Museum in Paris.

The Loves of Zeus: Callisto

Posted in Mythology with tags , , , on December 15, 2012 by alvinavalon

The Loves of Zeus: CallistoIn Greek mythology, the God Zeus (a.k.a. Jupiter in Roman mythology) had a huge number of lovers, including Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, who gave their names to the four largest moons of the planet Jupiter. As mentioned in a previous post, Ganymede was the only male among them. But surprisingly there was another same-sex relationship as well. Callisto was a female follower of the Goddess Diana (also known as Artemis). In order to seduce her, Zeus shape-shifted into female form, posing as Diana herself in order to copulate with Callisto.

Homosexuality in the Mystic East

Posted in Sex and Mysticism, The Mystic East with tags , , , , , , on September 3, 2012 by alvinavalon

Old Indian print depicting homosexual kamasutra-style sexThe sacred sex rituals performed in places like India, Tibet, Thailand and Japan were as likely to be homosexual as heterosexual. In the enlightened, non-materialistic culture of these countries the issue of sexual orientation was seen as irrelevant when it came to the mystical applications of sex. Francis Xavier, a Christian missionary who visited Japan in the 16th century, was shocked to find Buddhist monks openly indulging in gay sex: “We frequently tell the monks that they should not commit such shameful sins, and everything that we tell them amuses them since they laugh about it and have no shame when they are reproached about so vile a sin. These monks have many young men in their monasteries, sons of nobility whom they teach how to read and write, and they commit their corruptions with them; and this sin is so common that they are not upset by it.”