Browsing: Miss Maggie Mayhem’s Blog

Maggie Mayhem is a sex hacker, erotic artist, porn producer, and writer based out of Oakland, CA. She and her partner produce the website Meet The Mayhems showcasing their sexy love life.

Maggie Mayhem has served as the coordinator of a free and anonymous HIV testing clinic as well as the HIV Senior Specialist of Larkin Street Youth Services in San Francisco. Her work in HIV prevention has also taken her to Tanzania, Africa where she did grant work in HIV prevention and AIDS care in the Bagamoyo district. She and her partner also spent the summer of 2010 volunteering together to clear rubble in Haiti after the Jan, 2010 earthquake.

One of her goals is to help build a world where people are safe to express themselves sexually by providing information and resources about STI’s, abuse, assault, gender as well as fighting negative stigmas about sex workers and alternative sexual communities.

She is also an out and loud atheist and skeptic.

What happened to cyberpunk? This is the question on the tongues of anyone a little disappointed with the way our future of now is being handled. Where are the flying cars? When is someone going to give me and my … Continue reading

Sex is almost always on the ballot in CA, whether it’s the state voting that same sex marriages are illegitimate in the eyes of the law multiple times or putting in new “sex offender” restrictions that always seem to fail victims … Continue reading

“What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life of tomorrow: Our life is the creation of our mind.” -Hindu Prince Gautama Siddharta, the founder of Buddhism, 563-483 B.C. My lover and … Continue reading

I am not the sum of the facts I have accumulated over my life but I am someone who compulsively accumulates facts. Molasses is my favorite coffee sweetener. If I’m not careful, I start to feel envious for the tiny … Continue reading

Karl Marx wrote in Capital that capitalists are basically fetishists, worshipping mystical powers that workers impart to the goods they create (sounds like Prada to me). Before latex, fetishists had made do with what they had—fur, silk, and tight-laced corsets. That was … Continue reading