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The wrong kind of pain

Posted at 16:49 on 21 Jul 2017 by Pandora / Blake

My laser hair removal appointment was meant to be yesterday afternoon, but had to be postponed after my train stalled at a platform halfway there due to a track fault, and we had to disembark. I was grateful to be able to reschedule the appointment rather than lose it, but the delay did have one unwelcome consequence.

Before my appointment yesterday, I made sure to do a close shave of all the relevant areas. The heat from the laser is transmitted down the length of hair to burn out the follicle, so you need to shave beforehand to prevent burns - if the hair is too long, it will have more time to heat up and will hurt a lot more. Today, I have a light dusting of 24 hour stubble - barely visible, but more than enough to make me wince as the laser passed over it.

I love being smooth, but I hate sting!

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Tags: laser

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Age verification critiqued on Radio 4

Posted at 18:35 on 30 Jul 2017 by Pandora / Blake

Photo of credit cards, one of the potential means of age verification mentioned by Digital Minister Matt Hancock

So while I was away this month, I got cited by a Radio 4 presenter.

I listened to the segment on the BBC website after a heads up from some kind folks on Twitter. You can listen to it here until Wed 16 August - the relevant section begins at 32:51. Presenter Eddie Mair was interviewing Matt Hancock, the Digital Minister, about the age verification policy enshrined in the Digital Economy Act 2017. Unfortunately, Matt Hancock didn't come across very well. He sounded bumbling and under-informed, unable to give any clear answers about how age verification will work in practice. After claiming that age verification won't require giving any identifying information, the only means of verifying your age that he was able to think of were a passport and credit card - both of which involve revealing your identity, and exclude many marginalised adults without access to these documents from being able to look at porn. Not only that, but it's in doubt whether credit cards will be accepted by the regulator as a compliant form of age verification, as it's possible for under 18s to have them. Clearly Matt Hancock hasn't spent much time looking into this.

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Tags: age verification, Digital Economy Act, Digital Economy Bill, in the news, interviews, Matt Hancock, media

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#MasturbationMonday: what's the weirdest object I've ever used to masturbate with?

Posted at 15:25 on 31 Jul 2017 by Pandora / Blake

I don't know about you but I find Mondays a bit dull - back at work, energy dipping after the weekend, and five whole days to go until next Saturday - so I thought let's spice them up a bit! I'm excited to introduce my first #MasturbationMonday! I'm hoping to find inspiration in the hashtag for semi-regular naughty posts, and I encourage you all to share your selfies, stories, favourite images and video clips, recommendations and nudes on Twitter, tumblr and Instagram with the hashtag #masturbationmonday.

To kick things off, here's a smutty interview I did for Erika Lust's Masturbation Interview series - it's always an honour to be asked to do an interview by Erika, and I was happy to oblige. It was a interesting and quite sexy to think about questions I'd never considered before such as 'what colour is your orgasm?' and 'do you agree that there should be masturbation areas in airports?' So if you ever wanted to know what the weirdest object I've ever used to masturbate is, whether I've masturbated in public, or been caught masturbating, now's your chance to find out! 

Pandora Blake #masturbationmonday interview with Erika Lust

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Tags: #masturbationmonday, Erika Lust, interviews

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