Thursday, September 29, 2011

Another scene...

Hey y'all!!! Just wanted to update you. I just shot another scene, it was with Danny Mountain!!! Shout out to Danny!! He was great!!!!  It was a pleasure working with him... Here are a couple pics, enjoy!!  :) Love you all!!!


Sunday, September 25, 2011


It should be out in a few weeks....

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Pics from a shoot...

I did another shoot recently with Jon Q & Devae, just wanted to show behind the scene pics enjoy!! It was a pleasure working with him again! He is mad cool!!! Shout out to Jon Q& Devae!!! Muah!!

I apologize if I spelled your name wrong girl, I never got the actual spelling. Let me know if I did and I will correct it...Love ya!!!


Wednesday, September 21, 2011

I am addicted to sex...

I came across this article, and can so relate to it...taking any kind of medications is not an option for me, I just gotta keep fucking...  :)

The term "sexual addiction" is used to describe the behavior of a person who has an unusually intense sex drive or an obsession with sex. Sex and the thought of sex tend to dominate the sex addict's thinking, making it difficult to work or engage in healthy personal relationships.

Sex addicts engage in distorted thinking, often rationalizing and justifying their behavior and blaming others for problems. They generally deny they have a problem and make excuses for their actions.

Sexual addiction also is associated with risk-taking. A person with a sex addiction engages in various forms of sexual activity, despite the potential for negative and/or dangerous consequences. In addition to damaging the addict's relationships and interfering with his or her work and social life, a sexual addiction also puts the person at risk for emotional and physical injury.

For some people, the sex addiction progresses to involve illegal activities, such as exhibitionism (exposing oneself in public), making obscene phone calls, or molestation. However, it should be noted that sex addicts do not necessarily become sex offenders.

Generally, a person with a sex addiction gains little satisfaction from the sexual activity and forms no emotional bond with his or her sex partners. In addition, the problem of sex addiction often leads to feelings of guilt and shame. A sex addict also feels a lack of control over the behavior, despite negative consequences (financial, health, social, and emotional).

How is sexual addiction treated?

Most sex addicts live in denial of their addiction, and treating an addiction is dependent on the person accepting and admitting that he or she has a problem. In many cases, it takes a significant event -- such as the loss of a job, the break-up of a marriage, an arrest, or health crisis -- to force the addict to admit to his or her problem.

Treatment of sexual addiction focuses on controlling the addictive behavior and helping the person develop a healthy sexuality. Treatment includes education about healthy sexuality, individual counseling, and marital and/or family therapy. Support groups and 12 step recovery programs for people with sexual addictions (like Sex Addicts Anonymous) also are available. In some cases, medications used to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder may be used to curb the compulsive nature of the sex addiction. These drugs could include Prozac and Anafranil.

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Thursday, September 8, 2011

My Website...

My Website is Launching Soon!!!

Hey everyone, I think I have made a good enough name for myself and its time to Launch my website. I have found a web designer who is willing to take on the challenge and gave me a price I can not pass up! But since my website is going to be dedicated to you I would like to extend this offer…

If you donate now to the start of the website I will give you a free membership to the website! Your donation size will determine how long the free membership lasts! It could be from one day all the way to one free year! If you would like to make your donation and secure your spot email me at The first donation over $100 will get a certain extra type of membership but that will be discussed between the two of us.

 I have grand ideas and alot of backers and its time to make some moves! If you think you have some ideas to help improve me and my movement then please feel free to email me and let me know and we can talk about it, I know any business has many aspects and I am open minded to most everything.

So this is a calling to my Anita Peida truthful faithful followers, donate and become a member! Let's make this happen, either way its going to happen!

Thanks for the love and support, Muah!!!

Anita Peida

Monday, September 5, 2011


Bondage is the use of restraints for the sexual pleasure of the parties involved. It may be used in its own right, as in the case of rope bondage and breast bondage, or as part of sexual activity or BDSM activity.

Private Bondage

Some couples incorporate elements of bondage into sex lives. Bedroom bondage games can be a form of foreplay. Bedroom bondage is usually mild bondage, with one partner voluntarily being put into restraints by being tied up or cuffed, hogtied, spread-eagled, or in a leapfrog position and possibly blindfolded and gagged etc. by the other, who then sexually stimulates the tied partner at will by masturbation, oral sex, a vibrator or intercourse. Bondage can be used for purposes other than sexual foreplay. For example, it may be used in erotic tickling or for sexual teasing.

The tied partner's satisfaction is often indicated by writhing, struggling or vocalizations etc. The free partner may derive erotic pleasure or achieve sexual arousal from being in a dominant situation, while the tied partner may achieve arousal from being in a largely "helpless" position in the hands of a trusted partner. Either way, the partners may be playing out the bondage games to act out their sexual fantasies (not necessarily the same one) and many established couples find the experience relationship-affirming, as it both requires and implies a level of trust between them that is not normally found within more casual relationships.
Safety rules followed by couples are trust-based as one partner is tied up. Sex takes place with the previously given consent of this partner. This could take the form of a sex game or rape fantasy enactment.

Bondage Erotica

Some people regard bondage to be erotically stimulating or sexually arousing. Bondage features in some sexual fantasy scenarios. Studies of men's fantasies have shown that the fantasy of being bound during intercourse is second in frequency only to the basic fantasy of sex with a voluptuous nude woman. Bondage themes have been present in erotica and pornography for some time.

Bondage pornography for heterosexual men almost overwhelmingly depicts bound women, rather than bound men, despite one of the most common fantasies in both sexes being one of being bound.
Bondage fantasies often involve dressing in a role outfit. Typical outfits for the submissive person invoke common icons of passivity or sexual innocence (e.g. a shepherdess, nun or schoolgirl outfit for women, or a leather slave harness and cuffs for men). In a similar respect, the dominant person's attire often reflect images of power, control, and extreme discipline (a Nazi officer, police or prison warden uniform).


Thursday, September 1, 2011


Me too!!! Let me know what you think when you see it!  Muah!!!!