Are You Reading the Rock Cocks? Because You Should Be Reading the Rock Cocks.

So, I haven’t really read the Rock Cocks in a while but I swung by the webcomic this evening and HOT DAMN, you should go check it out right now. Track 6 has just begun with Suria and Steg on the road to their next gig. To stay awake they start talking about album cover ideas and Suria bring up how she would love to be stark naked on their next album… or be stark naked on stage… or have Steg finger and fuck her in front of a sold out auditorium until she cums in front of everybody.

It’s a really hot convo and Suria’s excitement about the whole fantasy is not only super adorable, it also perfectly exemplifies one of the Rock Cocks’ biggest strengths as a sex webcomic: the sexual communication between its leads.



Never before have I read a sex comic featuring characters who FEEL relateable in regards to the way that they talk about, and engage in, sex. I mean, sure, there’s some pretty fantastical comic-booky stuff that goes on like the enormous club orgy that happens at their first show or the devious record producer giving her villain monologue while playing with herself. And all of that is, admittedly, incredibly freaken hot, for sure.

But for every one of those scenes there are an equal number of really powerful little moments too. Moments like Steg checking in with Suria while she is riding him or their casual conversation about masturbation habits before they get off together. And it’s those little moments of asking for consent, checking in, communicating needs, expressing desires, having fun, and enjoying their sexuality together, that keeps me coming back to the comic.

Of course, the incredibly sexy artwork and consistent portrayal of public sex is a huge plus too. So, I guess what I’m trying to get at here is that it’s Friday night and if you’ve never read the Rock Cocks then there are over 200 pages of a really awesome sex comic that I highly recommend you check out this weekend.

It all starts right here with Track 1!

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I’m an Intern with the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health!

Things are happening! Big things!

Several weeks ago I took a chance and applied to the distance internship program offered by The Center for Sexual Pleasure & Health (CSPH).

I’d heard a lot about the organization through various sex workers, bloggers, and educators over the last couple of years and I was actually interested in the internship program this past spring…  but I wasn’t quite confident enough to apply for it at the time.

Having spent much of this summer exploring the radical queer porn content at Crash Pad Series, as well as participating in their Sex Ed Porn Reviews feature, and writing a guest post for their blog, I’ve been feeling super empowered and motivated to really broaden my knowledge of sexual education. Specifically, I have been very focused on topics surrounding sexual pleasure (which is super important to sexual health IMHO) and the lack of inclusive resources, guidance, or education for queer and trans individuals.

So, going with this newfound ambition I applied to the CSPH and I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve accepted an offer to begin interning with them starting at the end of this month! I’ve been placed with their editorial and education teams to produce website content, as well as help create lesson plans, webinars, and other educational development resources.

I’m incredibly excited to have been afforded this opportunity. I cannot wait to work with those involved at the CSPH, to help contribute to the incredible work that they already do, and to learn all that I can from their passionate staff, volunteers, and the community that they serve.

This experience will allow me to greatly expand my knowledge of sexuality and to develop the skills necessary for me to be able to provide sex education, resources, guidance and support to my hometown; as well as other rural communities all across Southern Saskatchewan.

Thank you to my partner Falon for all of the love and support, as well as to my friends and community for all of the encouragement that you’ve given me. I’d also like to thank Jiz Lee, as well as everybody at Crash Pad series, for and broadening my perspectives on sexuality. These next few months are going to be amazing!

You can keep up with the work I’ll be doing with the CSPH by following their social media on Facebook and @TheCSPH on Twitter. I’ll also be posting a lot of my own content here, as well as on my Twitter account @MxNillin.

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