LOS ANGELES --
The author of the soon-to-be released BLACKLIGHT CHRONICLES has granted a detailed exclusive interview to OSCAR Magazine with an early March edition now online, and she released a statement saying that she is no longer in a romantic or sexual relationship with 'EPICENIA', also widely known as Will Griffith.
Alysyn Ayrica Bourque, a transsexual-lesbian poet and writer, as well as a media network entrepreneur, spoke candidly about her upcoming book, her hopes for the 2012 presidential election and about her ex-lover 'Epicenia', who is also a controversial erotic artist and ex-transvestite prostitute.
In a statement released by Bourque today, she disclosed that "Will (Griffith), has been honest with me that he is preferably gay, so I am moving on in my relationships with the women with whom I have formed connections, " Bourque stated, "The easy part is to say that I love women. Outside of that, we have agreed to raise our children as co-parents. The rest will depend on how they develop as human beings. We trust in their character, as much as we do our own."
In the March issue of OSCAR Magazine, an online adult tabloid, Bourque dominates the issue in both text and photography. An entire section is devoted to her modeling shoots, many of the shots full-on nudes. Like transsexual fashion icon Lea T., Bourque is not afraid to show that she is a pre-op model "with something extra".
Another section in the issue reintroduces the world to her "EPICENIA TRILOGY", the account of her life "with a sissy boy", which set the ball rolling in 2009.
In the 'EPICENIA TRILOGY', which is a literary expose' of her life with the feminine, girly-boy erotic artist, Bourque says of Griffith: "I accept that Will has some sexual kinks. Don't we all, to a certain extent? But from the beginning he had a hot lover and still could only work himself up to a viable erection after taking a little more time to work himself up to it. I noticed this from the first night we spent together, and began to doubt my own attractiveness. This and all the other nagging details which, over time, began to form a clear picture that Will just wasn't the one I needed in bed. Of course, being an analyst by nature, only made me wonder if the size of a man's member is any indication of his sexual prowess...or, in his case, declination? "
She goes on to reveal Griffith's lack of manhood and his inability to display any signs of masculinity, within or without the bedroom.
"Having been the consort of artist Will Griffith, whom I will hereafter refer to as Epicenia - a fitting and pretty name, if I've ever heard one - I am well-versed in the flaccid pursuits of a sexuality with such a male paradox. I am convinced that even weighted testicles couldn't produce enough libidinous vitality in him to turn on a light switch...Still, it's a plight preferable to when I've offered to him my perfectly peach-shaped ass, balanced in the air above my long, widely-spread thighs and emphasized by my deeply arched waist, begging him to fill me up - and don't forget to pop the hood and top off my fluids - to discover his dipstick only reaches an inch beyond the cap-handle! As if being a woman doesn't have enough insecurities to overcome, I have to deal with Epicenia's (Will Griffith) limp noodle quietly whining about how undesirable he considers me." she says.
In an extensive and candid interview, Bourque reveals the following about her sex life with Griffith: "...we've both found our place - yes, even in this unusual relationship - and have both agreed that we are happiest enjoying our separate sexual lives."
She also talks about her major influence in poetry.
"I have always had a not-so-secret love affair with Amy Lowell...or, at least, her writing. Sometimes she and I have a threesome with John Keats, but he tends to get lost in his own introspections at times. She just lays it right out there with imagery and emotion. I like that. I would have loved to meet her, even if just to enjoy a walk through her garden talking about her own perceptions of Beauty and human depth."NSFW: FULL ISSUE OF OSCAR MAGAZINE HERE