I’m Distractible, So Skin Must Be Evil

Master_Nick-Succubus-Preacher“Though most unjust, some pass the blame
For their own lust, and set to flame
The succubus, the much defamed,
And all of us who won’t be tamed.”

“All they who banned the eldest game,
And those who brand the flesh with shame,
And reprimand the wanton dame,
They preached and planned, but seldom came.

Excerpt from “Song of the Succubus”
Nick Roberts © 2014

Wanna hear something that you don’t hear everyday?
The human form isn’t evil.
(No, not even women’s flesh is evil, despite all the slanted press you may have heard about Eve, and Jezebel, and Succubi, and so on.)
There’s nothing shameful about our bodies at all.
No, not even thicker or older bodies.

What does this mean in practical terms?
It means that you can start feeling good about yourself.
It also means that you needn’t disrespect others whose skin may be visible.
It may even mean that, if we stop hating ourselves, we might also figure out how to stop hating each other, for these are sides of the same coin.


Master Nick Roberts as the Preacher Man, and Bodacious Bombshells burlesque dancer Angel Kitty as the Sultry Succubus.
Photography by Sparkling Star Photography.

Fly by again to see more succubi on both camera and canvas, and to catch updates on exhibitions, performances, publications and more!

For a succubus story and similarly twisted fiction, acquire a copy of “Gonzombie and Other Dark Tales” http://tinyurl.com/gonzombie

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