Titfucking. A Few Technical Facts

Jacky Joy

Jacky Joy


1) There’s no need for mega-size breasts, average size will do.
2) There’s no need for a mega-size dick, average size will do.
3) Use lots of lube or you won’t like it.
Brazzers is the natural habitat of big (has somebody said: false?!) breasts, so we’re going to stick to them for a while. So what’s so special about this kind of intercourse?
The opposite hard vs. soft is commonplace. Let’s look at some images that might come into mind when brainstorming about titfucking.
First, the cock is coming closest to the woman’s heart.
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A Bit of a Stretch

Laura Bentley

Laura Bentley

It might be a bit of a stretch to add to the recent crisis that other crisis which disappeared from the headlines: that is the extreme bubble economy resulting in a tremendous amount of money floating around. It’s so much money that people are getting nervous. In past times it was wars that more or less regularly destroyed value; these times are over, at least for now. But what can you do with all that money? Many are buying real property, but that’s not enough. On the other hand, countries are feeding their banks in order to prevent them from collapsing. What else than instability would you call this situation?

The Question

Nikita Von James

Nikita Von James

And, final question for today, what exactly is attracting _young_ girls to my site? So far I’ve been thinking that the imagery and topics depicted here are addressing a mainly male audience. But you live and learn. Any comments? (Note: this was some years ago, and it was true for my Tumblr blog. If there are really young girls who feel attracted to this site, please let me know. I’m curious and won’t bite.)

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It Could Be Wonderful

Rikki Six

Rikki Six

Censorship and ubiquitous surveillance: they are going hand in hand. Some of my colleagues at work are trying to get rid of every online behaviour. No private e-mails, no online shopping, no online backups. No YouTube, no facebook, and, of course, no Tumblr.
Incredible, isn’t it? It’s a 1-2-3, and your privacy is gone.
I’m not willing to give up the comforts of the Internet. I’m moving through it for more than 20 years (and it looked way different back then!), but I don’t want others to ruin it.
It’s a privilege of old people to lament over their present age. In the past, they say, everything was better. This is both true and false for the Internet. In past times (say, 1992-2000) the Internet was better, because nobody cared about it – apart from scientists, technicians, military people. Everything was experimental, standards like HTML, languages like JavaScript were just evolving. It was extremely unlikely to spend money on something, because everything you were able to find was free. On the other hand, you couldn’t find that much in the early Internet. Bandwidth was costly (I remember that it was ‘forbidden’ to do large downloads in the daytime), and neither could you book your next flight nor was there anything like iTunes or Tumblr. Websites were written in primitive HTML, and that was exactly how they were looking. The early Internet was pioneering. Continue reading