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

Festive

Nicole Graves

Nicole Graves


Okay, this quirk about showing women in Santa costumes deserves some explanation. As some of you might have guessed, I’m tidying up older posts. This blog has been imported from its Tumblr origin, and a lot of content has become obsolete (hard to believe, but true, unfortunately) or incomplete. Most of my Tumblr posts consisted of only one image per post, and I want to correct that. So here’s the whole pictorial with a festive Nicole Graves! Continue reading

Silver Girl

Jana M

Jana M


Sometimes I’m missing a funny idea I could use for a post in order to add some blurb to the images. Perhaps I should mention this cute girl at the counter in that shop where I bought a pair of shoes today. Her dress barely covered her tattoos (they seemed to be everywhere: her forearms, her shoulder, her back), and on her cheeks she had pasted a couple of small glitzy stars. A bit stupid, but, I’ve said it, very cute. And her smile: something to remember. Have a story like this when you look at a silver girl like her: this is Jana M. Continue reading

We Love Snapchat.

Tanya James

Tanya James

Sure, we all love Snapchat. Sexy, simple, useless. The company has $3M revenue and $150M losses: no problem. And we all were impressed when Snapchat rejected Facebook’s $3B offer: you’re our heroes.
And now this: customers paying money for replaying snaps? So they don’t delete them. We know this, because one replay was always allowed, but now the locks are opened for those who pay. That’s a bit soulless, and prosaic, too, isn’t it? A company desperately looking for

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