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Mar 2011 14

by SG’s Team Agony feat. Charley and Koshil

Let us answer life’s questions – because great advice is even better when it comes from SuicideGirls.


[Charley in Of Yesteryear ]

Q: I’ve been single for about a year now, and in general it didn’t bother me too much. In September I wound up taking two classes at college alongside a girl who was everything I ever could have dreamed of in a woman. I didn’t get to know her very well, and, due to her having her own circle of friends, I was fairly intimidated to approach her as I’m not the most outgoing guy ever.

A friend of mine noticed my plight and informed me that he knew a friend of hers, and that she was in a long term relationship. However, he recently told me that she had apparently been dumped by her boyfriend. Naturally, I want to get in contact with her and tell her how I feel.

The problem comes in that she is no longer in any of my classes for this semester, nor do I have her as a “friend” on any social networks. I’ve been battling with myself as to how much time I should allow her to have space, as well as to how I’m going to contact her. The only way I can seems to be Facebook, and I guess I feel like it’d be creepy to say, “Hey, it’s the guy from your film class last semester, I know we don’t know each other well, but…”. Maybe I’m over-thinking it and should just take the leap. What do you think?

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Mar 2011 14

by Brad Warner

I just moved into a new apartment in beautiful Akron, Ohio. Don’t be sad. It’s OK. I like it! Anyway, the previous tenant apparently subscribed to Psychology Today magazine and neglected to either cancel or forward her subscription. So I got the latest issue, dated April 2011, and on the cover an article inside is advertised with the rather lurid headline, “Smashing a Taboo: Does Porn Protect Kids?”

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Mar 2011 10

by Brad Warner

“When sex is your job, you really cannot let work suck.”
-Nina Hartley

If you came of age during the video porn boom of the ‘80s, I don’t need to explain who Nina Hartley is… and not just if you’re a guy, either. Since she was openly bisexual and not just performing her girl-on-girl scenes for the cash, she had a far greater female following than most porn stars. But for those of you who weren’t pleasuring yourselves to her work, Nina Hartley was one of the biggest actresses in X-rated film throughout the 1980s, appearing in over 400 porno pictures, beginning with “Educating Nina” in 1984.

Unlike most porn actresses, Nina didn’t spend a couple years in the industry only to vanish off the face of the Earth. She stuck with it and these days puts out a series of “How To” videos covering subjects as diverse as how to organize the perfect orgy and how to take it up the bum.

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Mar 2011 09

by Justin (a.k.a. SG Member: mydogfarted)

Not even sure where to begin this, having been a member for 8 years now and proud owner of an SG tattoo. Probably best to start with the small changes, then work my way up to the biggest and best change.

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Mar 2011 07

By SG’s Team Agony feat. Noir and Dorsal

Let us answer life’s questions – because great advice is even better when it comes from SuicideGirls.


[Noir in Laziest Days]

Q: I’m recently divorced (she rediscovered her Christian side after 10+ years, ergo boom!), and I really want to change the relationships in my life (open things, polyamory, etc). The problem is I began going out again with someone 6 months after the divorce, and we spoke very clearly about this being a fling for both of us (me getting back in the game, she coming off a bad relationship). All well and good. But, we lasted a lot longer than expected, more than a year, and she started trying for the whole white picket-fence package. Job loss and my move to Europe intervened. Now I’ve got a chance to get involved with someone else, but the problem is that someone wants to be serious too. My question is: What do I need to change to attract less conventional women? I refuse to play with someone’s feelings (and life plan) just to get my kicks, but I don’t really understand why the only girls I get close to are the traditional type. Thx in advance for the help!

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Mar 2011 03

by Laurelin

Missy recently posted something on SuicideGirls that got me thinking. She asked us to make videos of how SG has changed our lives, what it meant to us and how it has shaped our pasts and futures. Even though I am not a Suicide Girl (not for lack of trying!), I couldn’t help but think back on everything that SG has brought to my life…

I remember the first time I ran across SuicideGirls like it was yesterday. It was 2005, and I was at Newbury Comics, happily clutching some Tori Amos CD singles and a pair of fuzzy leopard dice to hang from my review mirror. A book caught my eye. There was a topless girl with tiny black pigtails, looking quite surly staring back at me from the cover. “She’s adorable,” I thought. The inside pages carried a strong statement, one that is captivating to alternative women of all ages, races and body types. Most of us have spent our entire lives feeling like we don’t belong. These girls looked like they didn’t fit in either. They were covered in tattoos, some had pink hair, others seemed to have more metal than skin – but in that, they were perfect. And naked. In front of everyone!

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Feb 2011 28

by SG’s Team Agony feat. Sharyn, Salome, and Rydell

Let us answer life’s questions – because great advice is even better when it comes from SuicideGirls.


[Sharyn in NYC]

Q: Here’s my problem. Hoping for some advice. I’m 28, been out on my own for a while, and never had much problem talking to women in college, or high school. But now I find myself losing my confidence and having trouble speaking to women in general. It’s only started over the last few years.

I can carry on a conversation for a little while, and then I feel like I panic or have an anxiety attack and have to cut and run. Not sure why this is happening, or what could be causing it, but I’d like to see if anyone has any insight before I decide I need to see a therapist or get some anti-anxiety meds.

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