A shot from years long ago. Unfortunately I don’t have this one in an appropriate resolution! Nonetheless, these photos perfectly demonstrate the vibrant sex of Gitta Blond. She’s still one of my favourites, you will rarely find persons having sex with such great intensity like her.
The sophistication of these shots is shining through: despite the naughty action there is a big harmony in these images. At least on the colour level. And by adding a bit of white colour the pornographic world is in order again. But wait – we can get a hint of something very different which is acting against the harmony mentioned minutes ago. Visual shock: Would cumshots be working if they would look like this? It’s only chocolate, so don’t worry. We’ll dig a bit deeper into the colour psychology of porn in future postings.
The way Brianna Beach is doing Sean Michaels in this pictorial is so overwhelmingly relaxed, you can’t but marvel at it.
There’s a war in Europe. No, this time it’s not about refugees escaping from such, but the big adblocker war. What’s happening? Big publisher’s in Germany are trying to get rid of users that installed an adblocker plugin in their browsers. Thirst, they displayed large messages on their news portals begging for users to switch off their blockers. The next level was bolting out users with an active adblocker. And now first companies are suing users who were publishing hints for circumventing the adblock blockers. If that’s no reason for putting these news portals on my eternal blacklist. Continue reading
Oh, a wonderful symphony of colours Hayden Winters is demonstrating here! But wait, there’s more. Continue reading
Nurse in red: Donna Bell
Still smiling: Tiffany Diamond
Mental Sinema likes that moment of anticipation, the silence before ecstasy. We are looking at porn images as if it was art. Why shouldn’t it be art?
Mental Sinema isn’t that interested in the porn industry but in the aesthetics of porn. What are the patterns? How does porn work? Why are we attracted or disgusted? How does it reflect our own desires?
On our travel through porn we have discovered that porn needs some kind of cultural context. If a viewer assumes an image to be porn or not is dependent from his cultural circle. Since the legalisation of porn this context is changing constantly.
“Encourage your website visitors to share your website on social media sites!” says the SEO consultant.
They should modify some of their rules for porn bloggers. A bit.