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Chatting the Porn I filmed today for my site NaughtyNerdy, War Machine (the game, not the misogynist asshat), multipurpose appliances and Sexy Smut Stuff!

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Milk Bath // Aeryn WalkerPhotography: Mark Boyle

Milk Bath // Aeryn Walker
Photography: Mark Boyle

Flashback! Pouty hairy pussy and cute curled up toes. Like my nailpolish? ;)



nankingdecade:


You’d think a sister among the fairer sex would be more sympathetic, but no—Ladies are the cruelest of all.

Reblogging for apt commentary~ Full video HERE
nankingdecade:

You’d think a sister among the fairer sex would be more sympathetic, but no—Ladies are the cruelest of all.

Reblogging for apt commentary~
Full video HERE

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

Vampires and Periods: Too Obscene apparently. Clarrification regarding Porn & Credit Card company rules

Some folks where confused with my mentioning of Visa/Mastercard and what that has to do with the Vampire photo shoots I have planned to do for my website, so I’ve decided to clarify.

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The shoots:
I’m going to be shooting some vampire themed and horror photoshoots to go up on my website. However some of the ideas I wanted incorperate into the photoshoots such asmenstruation cunnilingus, thigh biting, blood on the ground in the shape of a summoning / demon type ritual, etc, I am unable to do for the following reasons.

The problem:
My website is a porn site where people get memberships. For my membership site, folks pay for membership with a credit card. That means as a business owner, I have to get permission from the credit card companies (Mastercard and VISA mainly) to be able to do so. Visa/MC only allow certain services to use their credit card services, and impose restrictions on what folks can and can’t do. As such, they have a blanket ban on certain things, many of which are perfectly logical such as things involving kids, animals, drugs, violence etc etc.

This is because Visa/MC don’t want to be associated or part of illegal activities. Makes sense.

However, some things fall under the blanket ban that are silly in certain contexts such as blood, gore and weaponry. For example:

It’s against Visa/MC terms of service to have sex / nudity / general adult content depicting or implying violence, coercion, rape, torture, gore etc. Sounds legit. However, by their ruling if I take my clothes off, put on vampire fangs and have tomato sauce dripping from the side of my mouth and then take a picture for my website- that falls under the category of violence/obscenity, because it’s a photo on an adult site, featuring adult content (nudity) that contains depictions of violence (blood) and coercion (fangs=weaponry/violence). Now thats silly! Menstruation porn is outright banned which I think is sexist and prudish as fuck! The same applies to weapons like daggers or guns being in shot, even if they are not being used or held, because according to VISA/MC that would be classified as violence. Yep. So no naked, blood smeared, sword toting Red Sonya nude photos of me for anyone! Sad, sad face.

Now, I can understand WHY these things are in place. If I had another person in the photo and I was holding a knife, or had blood on me like could look like rape/coercion/violence. Fair enough. However, the rule still applies to me in sets by myself, which is kind of stupid but there you have it. Now there are sites that have these things, and I’ve heard it comes down to ‘context, but that is NOT stated in their Terms of Service. As such I can’t gamble my buisness  on rumour, I have to go with the rules that are written out for me. It’s a sticky situation.

I’m currently in the process of taking some sample shots of the explicit content that features blood and me holding weapons to send to a MasterCard and Visa adult rep to get feedback as to if it’s ok or not. Hopefully in context I’ll be allowed to do it, but it’s not a guarantee. I’ve seen people not allowed to do a lot less, and other folks being allowed to shoot much more violent things and get away with it. It seems it comes down to random credit card company worker deciding if they like it or not. Awkward grey area of personal bias is awkward.

So what does that mean? I can’t do those things and run my business- right now. If VISA/MC sees them during a periodical random audit of the site they will cut me off, so no one will be able to use a credit card to sign up for my site. As most other payment methods such as paypal don’t allow adult transactions, and as credit card usage doubles as age verification for adult services, if VISA/MC banned someone from using their services for obscene/illegal content, they’d be up shit creek. Considering over 97% of customers use VISA, without it I’d have no viable way to accept payments and my business would cease to be. This also has nothing to do about where my business is registered, or the server is hosted. These rules are from the credit card companies.

I will still be shooting the Vampire series. I just have to adjust what I wanted to shoot, and wait till I hear back from the credit card companies  to see what they will and won’t allow. Worst comes to worst I’ll still find a way to shoot them, it just won’t be what I wanted.

Vampire photoshoot planning! :D

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After a long week after getting sick LARPing I’m back to feeling vaguely human again, yay! The last of my props arrived for my Followers of Set outfit, and I finally got around to ordering a photography backdrop and stand. Finally. A friend said he’d lend me his DJ performing equipment too. Some honeycomb lights and colored gels, plus smoke machine. This is going to be a fun photo shoot, but I do worry that I will choke myself on the smoke machine fog. Nerd asthma problems, lol. The things we do for art!

I’ve been thinking about doing this vampire series for a few years now, so it’s nice to have it start coming together. I’m not sure if I should do matching videos, or just focus on photos for the series.

VISA and Mastercard compliance rules mean I can’t have any “implied violence including but not limited too: blood (anywhere) or weapons (even in the background sitting on a floor). **I’ve written a more detailed explanation of what this is, how it works and why it matters HERE** This kind of makes vampire and fantasy shoots involving nudity, even if its just me solo in the photos/videos sort of difficult and annoying. Nothing I can do about it though, the creditcard processors have final call and they don’t like horror + nudity. Sad panda! I’m not sure how that will go with my idea for the Nosferatu set, or my Tzimisce set. *shrugs*.

Looking forward to filthy rave tree hugging hippy Gangrel though :p Should be pretty funny to source outfit pieces!

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MY REPLIES TO YOU~

fictionalized says: Aww, I’ll admit I’m a bit disappointed we might not get a Tzimisce set, that sounds… interesting. =)

Don’t worry, never said there wouldn’t be a Tzimisce set. I’m determined!! I just have to get more creative >:D

ryandoestuff said: Matching video! <3 your video’s, hearing you and seeing you move is always better :D Pic series are still super sexy, just the slideshow thing never works for me properly

The problem is I’m not sure what I can *do* in each video. I can’t strip off the costumes, they are too fiddly. Made for photos and not video or IRL worldly use. I’d need a decent amount of variation too between the 13 sets I have planned so far, and without being able to even strip off, and not being allowed to even have open leg let alone sexual stuff going on due to VISA/Mastercard being asshats and banning sex + horror stuff, yeah… not sure what I’d *do* in a video tbh~

Sexy Doesn’t mean fake and why YOU should stop being Judgemental: Something I wish didn’t need rehashing.

Back in October 2011 I wrote a post about the rise of gamer girl hate and ‘fake’ geek girl, slut shaming nonsense. I didn’t think it could get much worse than it was back then, but instance after instance I was proved wrong and apparently this is still a thing we are talking about. I’m constantly being asked about my feelings on these subjects and tbh my feelings and experiences are the same as they where back in 2011, so rehash time it is.

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October 2011:

There is a massive rise in what I see as a new hatred phenomenon against attractive women who are openly gamers , geeks or nerds. Abuse is consistently thrown my way for being an openly proud gamer and porn performer so I decided to write this piece before tonight’s Cherchex La Femme: Feminism and Gaming event.

It’s my personal experiences and perspective on the reasons behind gamer girl and sex worker hatred, and why this stereotype and the use of it to abuse people needs to disappear.

I am a woman and I am a gamer. I am also incidentally working in the pornography industry.

Lately I’ve noticed something that I believe has become a phenomenon; and that is the intense hatred, dismissal and disregard for ‘sexy gamer girls’. (Who are often referred too as fake gamer girls as if they are one in the same.)

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It is already difficult for female gamers and geeks to be taken seriously. Often I find women have to prove their gamer or nerd cred to avoid being excluded, harassed or bullied. This of course doesn’t appear to happen to men very often if at all. A guy wearing an eve online shirt isn’t expected to defend himself about his hobbies, choices and interests at the drop of a hat. He probably also won’t be considered a poser, talentless at gaming or an airhead should he enjoy playing The Sims or Cooking Mama along with Call of Duty, Warcraft or Dungeons and Dragons. However as I woman I will be judged.

As a woman I get ranked on the scale of what a ‘real’ gamer is and my interests and skill are constantly in question simply because of my gender.  I am also judged to a much harsher degree. So what if I don’t like shooters, or once in a while I like to play ‘feminine’ games? To suggest I am not a ‘real’ gamer because I don’t only play games which are ‘men’s games’ like CoD, Starcraft, Halo etc is sexist and ignorant. I am not any less of a gamer for those things, nor am I any less of a gamer because my career and my sexuality are linked.

There are so many offensive stereotypes and perceptions about female gamers and even more about adult workers like me who make their hobbies like gaming openly part of their lives or career. The assumption is generally that I’m just some airhead trying to make money off a niche I know nothing about. Except that of course I’m not an airhead and I know exactly what I’m talking about when it comes to things that I enjoy like gaming. 

As a pro non-exploitative pornography feminist my business and the way I present myself online is very important to me. There is too much porn that is degrading and demeaning, which forces women to completely disregard their own personalities, interests and sexual enjoyments for the benefit of male consumers. It asks them to become the stereotype of the always ready bimbo with no real depth or personality. This is something I do not want for my business or for myself. My work isn’t just a job; it’s incredibly personal. I put myself completely into my work and I don’t pretend to be anything but what I am. My work is about real sexuality, respect, love and sensuality. I often talk about and plan my work around my hobbies and interests, which are mainly fashion and gaming and even taking my work out of the equation these things are big part of my life and I want to show that to the world.

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Being told that because I’m an adult worker, I should conform to the depthless bimbo stereotype and not discuss, enjoy or include my legitimate passions like gaming into my work because together they are too offensive; is in itself completely offensive. I should not be expected to not follow my dreams, which are inherently linked my sexuality and sexual identity as a respectful exhibitionist, erotica lover and a sexually healthy and liberated person. My work, sexuality, personality, interests and my pursuits are not all mutually exclusive and nor should they have to be.

There is concern that ‘people like me’ enforce a very sexist and negative stereotype about female gamers. That stereotype is that any female gamer who isn’t fat, old, ugly or rude (another fremale gaming stereotype) is a slutty, hot blonde deviant with fake tits who can’t play games, and only tries for male attention or profit. This stereotype is a real problem. It is an offensive and immature male wet dream which unquestionably hurts the female gamers who don’t want to be placed in either the ugly/bitch or the slutty/fake categories- they just damn well want to play games and be free of judgement. (As do I!)

Of course, there are those who do only play games for male attention, money or popularity now that gaming has become a mainstream pastime. I think over all it is certainly not their fault that they conform to that stereotype and try to appeal to the male gaze. After all, we as women are really conditioned from birth by society to believe that our worth and goals revolve around our attractiveness and being approved of in various forms by men. However; that is not what I am. And that is not something you can tell simply by looking at the fact I state I like games and that I like and perform in pornography.

It offends me greatly to be told that people like me not only are responsible for enforcing this stereotype, but we are responsible for creating it. I find the argument that I am personally to blame for the segregation, sexualisation and abuse of female gamers simply because I am not afraid to include my hobbies into my personal sexual exhibitionism is very similar to arguments used by first and second wave feminists who blamed women who enjoyed things such as wearing makeup, high heels and acting in a traditionally feminine way for the ills of man and for their own oppression.

Of course, forcing all women to comply to a certain beauty standard, mode of dress or sexual code of conduct is undoubtedly oppressing and disgusting. And not just women; anyone! Not everyone likes the color pink, traditionally girly items and activities such as sewing and baking. But many women do like those things- and not because they were brainwashed to do so. Telling women how they should or should not be is wrong- and more so, telling people that enjoying what make them who they are means they are responsible or deserving of abuse and oppression is wrong. People should be free to make their own choices regardless of their gender, and this applies to gaming and sex.

This is what a proper girl gamer is and this is not” is a rhetoric I am growing very tired of, very quickly. Sadly enough I find more often than not this pigeon holing and these accusations coming from other women and even worse, from my feminist sisters.  I find it often based off a hatred of sex workers and stereotypes about them which are just as offensive and harmful as the ones I apparently am responsible for as a sex worker. It also comes from a place of elitism. Degrading, insulting and making assumptions about people like me and how ‘real’ I am as a gamer or a person to try and separate yourself from offensive stereotypes isn’t helpful.

I don’t assume that you are a prude, an elitist, fat, ugly, old, a dyke or any other slur, or ruse/ offensive stereotype because games, sex and the sex industry aren’t you’re cup of tea.

So please don’t assume that I’m some air-headed, disease ridden, talentless (in any way), poser simply because my sexuality, my business and my hobbies interconnect. I am no less of a gamer for being a porn performer than than I am any less of a feminist for liking pink things and unicorns. Slut-shaming, whorephobia and elitism is never ok. Stereotypes hurt all of us.

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I bet you&#8217;d be happy to find this easter bunny in your back yard! &#187; Via NaughtyNerdy.com

I bet you’d be happy to find this easter bunny in your back yard!
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naughtynerds:

Maid girl Blowjob!!More on Aeryn’s blog &gt;here&lt;

Woop Woop its me!

naughtynerds:

Maid girl Blowjob!!
More on Aeryn’s blog >here<

Woop Woop its me!

my After Porn Interview is now up on YouTube!Chatting with Miley White about a day of public outdoor filming porn in my fantasy, medieval inspired elvish outfit! Fishermen, motorbikes and nearly falling into rivers, Oh my! :p
Full photo/video sets shot are now live on my site :)

About time for a repost! Remember this shoot of me on GodsGirls.com? I do. Should I shoot this costume for my own site? Y/Y?

About time for a repost! Remember this shoot of me on GodsGirls.com? I do. Should I shoot this costume for my own site? Y/Y?