Dark haired beauty Genesis LaVey has legs to die for and curves that won’t quit; in this Amelia G and Forrest Black RubberDollies set, she looks glorious in shiny rubber kneehighs and elbow-length opera gloves — and nothing else. You can almost smell that musky, heady scent, and I bet the rubber smells great, too.
Tattooed blonde lovely Cindy B has got serious vintage charm in this hot Forrest Black and Amelia G GothicSluts set. Between her black fishnets and garter belt, leopard-and-pink panties-bra set, and her black strappy high heels, I give her serious props for wardrobe design, but want to know a secret? It’s the black leather restraints on her wrists that really do it for me.
Although, as a writer, Amelia G merrily debunks much of what one might associate with St. Patrick’s Day. She points out that the holiday kind of started in the Americas, the whole leprechaun thing can be attributed to Disney, shamrocks were ganked from the Pagans, and green beer was definitely not utilized in the Irish celebrations of St. Patrick’s Day when all the pubs were legally closed until the 1970’s. Nonetheless, as a photographer, Amelia G says she loves the iconography of the holiday. And who can resist lucky clovers and a teeny leprechaun hat when sexy Ariel X is the model!? BarelyEvil members are sure to enjoy there being two hot sets of Ariel in green. We hear the original color for the holiday was blue, but green really works on Ariel, as photographed by Blue Blood’s Amelia G and Forrest Black.
Apparently everyone at Blue Blood Secret World Headquarters Global has ordered their flowers and hidden away their boxes of chocolate and bloody hearts. The ancient Romans celebrated Lupercalia on the Ides of February by whipping hot girls with portions of sacrificed goat. In this over-the-top GothicSluts set, Amelia G and Forrest Black shot a professional piercer, the lovely purple-tressed Natalie Addams, cutting out her own heart, gift-boxing it, and sewing up the “wound” with quite genuine play piercings. The Cadbury chocolate boxes of the mid-1800’s were made with velvet and mirrors. So what could say Happy Blue Blood-style Valentines Day like a bloody heart in a spooky ornate gift box! Blue Blood is traditional like that.
Amelia G also wrote an article about the origins of Valentines Day and Lupercalia. Amongst the fascinating factoids she unearthed about the holiday, she slipped in one of her most important Blue Blood manifesto points writing, “One of the most important messages I would like people to internalize from Blue Blood is that having purple hair or a tattoo or a pervy wardrobe in no way makes a person a second class citizen. You are entitled to the rewards of the larger society. You are entitled to the same love as anyone, whether or not your sex is a bit kinkier than average . . . There is no rule that thinking for yourself, owning your sexuality, and dressing flamboyantly equals eschewing all sentimentality and always feeling alone on Valentines Day.”
Maybe I would have gone to the prom if there’d been as hot a girl as Scar13 to get me into trouble there. Showing off her new short hair and an unbelievable ball gown in a special Valentine’s Day set with beautiful photography by Alan Amato, Scar gives herself some roses and does some very dirty things with them.
I think it’s the sci-fi/spy movie geek in me that goes crazy for the black rubber catsuit, a staple of fetish fashion; none wear it so well as gorgeous Mad Sophie aka Fetish Dolly in this RubberDollies set from Amelia G & Forrest Black. Ms. Emma Peel would be scandalized; her own catsuit never zipped open at the crotch the way Sophie’s does, nor was Ms. Peel seen in heels quite this high. But Sophie’s improvements on the outfit are, to say the least, most appreciated.
If tattooed and pierced beauties are your flavor, Portland punk priestess Rachel Face is all that and more. With facial tats and piercings all over, she’s the brand of beauty I most adore. This BarelyEvil series from Amelia G & Forrest Black is shot in what looks like an ultra-classy hotel, which only accentuates Rachel’s punky hotness.