Gitta

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.

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Too Many

Emily Parker

Emily Parker

2016 was a horrible year. Let me just sum up the names of the greatest artists that passed away. The list is much longer, I’m just restraining myself to the most popular ones: Pierre Boulez (composer), David Bowie, Umberto Eco, Prince, Muhammad Ali, Bud Spencer, Neville Marriner (conductor), Andrzej Wajda (director), Leonard Cohen, Zsa Zsa Gabor, George Michael, and now Carrie Fisher. Rest in peace, all of you, you will be deeply missed. Continue reading

So Retro!

Liana, Logan

Liana, Logan

A blast from the past, or: is anybody remembering David Cameron? The guy who fought porn, oh, and he was Prime Minister, too? David Cameron’s Internet porn war won’t put women off watching it – quelle surprise – because ladies are looking (for) porn, too! Nice news article. And when both men and women are looking for porn, and some governments are building up firewalls that will prevent exactly that – what will happen?
The revival of the printed porn magazine! So retro, so cool again! Continue reading

Tumblr, Twitter, and the like

Anita Berlusconi

Anita Berlusconi

The emphasis on interest has created the buzzword of the day: Tumblr, and also Twitter, is an interest graph while networks like facebook and Google+ are social graphs. Note the difference: Twitter is rather transparent and you quickly learn how’s following whom. Tweets can be read by many, not only followers. Tumblr users are collecting stuff they’re interested in from people they are following. There is no ‘public life’ like Twitter has. Tumblr’s dashboard is one’s very personal window to the world, and that’s why so many of us got so upset when Yahoo was buying this platform. Continue reading