I love pineapples. Pineapple fried rice is the bomb. And pineapples on pizza? Amazing.

That’s why for National Pizza Day, I made Matt make pineapple pizza (I refuse to call it “Hawaiian pizza” since it was invented in Canada by a Canadian).

He topped it with soy bacon (Chrissy’s vegetarian), four kinds of cheese, and a generous layer of tomato paste.

As for Read in the Bath Tub Day, Chrissy chooses Massive published by Fantagraphics. This book features Japanese bara artists Anne Ishii, Chip Kidd, Fumi Miyabi, Gai Mizuki, Gengoroh Tagame, Graham Kolbeins, Inu Yoshi, Jiraiya, Kazuhide Ichikawa, Kumada Poohsuke, Seizoh Ebisubashi, and Takeshi Matsu.

And then things things get a little spicy…

This is a continuation of sorts from the first set of bathtub photos (it was National Rubber Ducky Day). I changed the lighting a bit so now the backdrop is more coral (truer to actual color IRL) and not pink.

I love books and I enjoy making miniature books for my dolls. I did think of getting them an e-reader (just not a Kindle because fuck Amazon) but I actually prefer books to e-readers and besides, mini books are so much more fun to make.

Usually, I’d make two versions of the same book: one can be opened and another is glued shut for display only. However, even the opened versions won’t have printed pages because my printer can’t handle that level of tininess. I did make a Tom of Finland XXL book that opens on one of those Trampled pages. I had so much fun making it so I decided to use the same treatment for Massive. I chose Seizoh Ebisubashi because his work is in the middle-ish.

I wanted to feature a solo work by Gengoroh Tagame, but ultimately decided against it because his stuff can be too violent.

That pizza is air-dry clay, dry-brushed with chalk. I must’ve applied too much tacky glue because the cheesy part is only supposed to glisten. Now it’s almost opaque and obscures the vegan ham.

The rubber ducky is also air-dry clay. And the wet floor? Plastic packaging.

I must’ve had this clawfoot Barbie tub for a while now and only got to use it years later. This is part of my problem. I’d make a theme in my head, hunt for supplies and accessories, and then never get around to actually doing it. But now that I have less obligations and less pressure on myself to be perfect, I’ve started working with things I’d purchased so long ago.

Dollsexposed showcases queer erotica, kink, fetish, and activism through twelve-inch doll photography. Their adventures in the doll world began in 2011 before establishing a home on dollsexposed.com eleven years later.

Dollsexposed's works have been displayed at Seattle Erotic Art Festival and Los Angeles Leather Getaway.

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