Love Bailey's Hot & Horny Tips to Slather Up Your Valentine's Day

Love Bailey

Love Bailey is hot, horny, and here to help. As the cultural visionary and shenis-grabbing matriarch of the queer art collective The Slather Factory, Bailey is no stranger to slathering up everything from New York’s Gay Pride week to the ranchland of Southern California with her eccentric style.

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This year, the artist has taken on a new role in her ever-evolving life: musician. While she toils away on her debut single “Slather It Up” and prepares for a debut performance at Paris’ iconic Manko Cabaret on March 1st and 3rd, we caught up with her to celebrate the “Love Holiday” she’s decided to tear away from the consumerist masses.

In honor of Valentine’s Day, Love Bailey gave us her hot and horny tips on chakra sex toys, compiled a playlist to slather up your day, and talked running from security with a sparkler in hand for her new photoshoot.

OUT: What tips do you have for all the single ladies on Valentine’s Day?

Love Bailey: A lot of aspects of the holiday are about commercialism and the expectation of having a boo and going on a date. It’s time to reclaim Valentine’s Day and make it a self-love holiday. If you don’t have a boo, it’s time to take time to yourself and make yourself feel good. Get yourself a manicure. Draw the bath. Light candles. Set the mood and make yourself feel good because, at the end of the day, you’re all the matters.

Anything else?

Get in touch with your erogenous zones and then dance the night away.

Should they get a little sex toy action going?

I am sponsoring Chakrubs because they’re made with crystals. I don’t like latex products in my ass because they suction things out the wrong direction. I prefer Chakrubs because you can massage your body with them. You can charge them in the sun and get that extra mojo going.

Basically, we need to make chakra buttplugs?

Yeah, that’s it.

Tell me about the backstory behind this photoshoot. 

That was the first time I shot with my friend Jordan Millington and we’re having a bit of a love affair. That was the first time we connected and created a fantasy together. We went to a conservative little movie theater in Temecula, California and sort of bombed it. We watched a movie for part of it and then snuck out to go in an empty one so we could have a photoshoot.

Nobody really bothered us until I lit that sparkler. That photo with the sparkler is the exact moment I’m getting kicked out and security is chasing me. (Laughs)

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"Slather It Up" is your first big original song.  What should we expect from your foray into music?

I never saw myself as a pop star and I don’t see myself in that paradigm of wanting to become something I’m not. I know I have a message and have a lot to say—I’ve got a lot of poetry in my heart. It’s another form of expression and dance has always been a form of expression. So has creating films as a director. This was a dream my grandmother had for me when she raised me, her dream was that I’d sing and dance. She passed away recently and this is my way of giving back to her and making her dreams come true.

For my first performance of the song, I’ll be in Paris at Manko Cabaret during Paris Fashion Week on March 1st and 3rd. I’m going to bring [my grandma's] ashes with me and spread them on stage before I perform. That’s my way of saying, I did it momma and this is for you. If it’s only this one song, at least I did it and did it to the fullest. I’m making her proud.

 

Photography: Jordan Millington

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