Afternoon Delight


Afternoon Delight comes from the Ancient Egyptian words Aftaron (meaning before night) and delita (meaning sex).

Aftaron delita is quite simply all about daytime sexing.

These words date back to around 130BC in Ancient […]

Sharing the viewfinder

“The “gaze” is a term that describes how viewers engage with visual media. Originating in film theory and criticism in the 1970s, the gaze refers to how we look at visual representations. These include advertisements, television programs and cinema.

When film critics talk about the gaze, they are often referring to the “male gaze”. But what […]

Werner Herzog – Lo And Behold: Reveries of the Connected World – Official Trailer


Legendary master filmmaker Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Cave of Forgotten Dreams) examines the past, present and constantly evolving future of the Internet in Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World. Working with NETSCOUT, a world leader in-real time service assurance and cybersecurity, which came aboard as a producer and led […]

18 Photos Of Celebrities Before And After Photoshop

Celebrities already have an arsenal of image improvement tricks, like make-up, the best personal trainers, plastic surgery, and the list goes on. That list also includes tweaks and touch-ups using Photoshop software.


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The 45 most seductive women of all time

From the article at buro24/

“What makes a woman seductive? If you ask Leonardo da Vinci, it’s the mysterious, beguiling smile of a certain Mona Lisa. For Botticelli, it was tendrils of golden locks swirling around an angelic Venus in a clam shell, and for Mark Antony, Cleopatra’s kohl-rimmed eyes, jet-black hair and sharp […]

The great art cover-up: Renaissance nudity still has power to shock

From the article by Jonathon Jones in The Guardian:

Sistine Chapel buttocks are veiled, while Leonardo’s Leda was so saucy she was destroyed. But prudish censorship only confirms the pulling power of art.

You never know what will offend people. Researchers at the University of Cambridge have discovered that a skirt […]

Article: If famous works of romantic fiction were written while dating in 2016

From the article from The Daily Life by :

“Last week, after another no-show Tinder date, I poured my heart out in a Facebook status (diaries are for chumps): despite my enduring optimism about meeting someone, I couldn’t shake the feeling that something had shifted, generationally, and those of us who […]

Fomosexuality? Interesting phenomenon…

From the article by  Dr Nikki Goldstein at

“Our lives have been overtaken by the concept of FOMO, and this ‘fear of missing out’ on anything is pushing us to quick fixes and further dissatisfaction.

Even our relationships are no longer safe, with the emergence of what I like to call […]

Article from The Book of Life: Sexual Non-Liberation

From the Book of Life:

We are repeatedly given messages that we live in sexually enlightened times, that we belong to a liberated age. And therefore the implication is that we ought by now to be finding sex a straightforward and untroubling matter. We are not – after all – Victorians or prudes.

The standard […]

How Jefferson Airplane’s Grace Slick Wrote ‘White Rabbit’

When Grace Slick wrote “White Rabbit” in late 1965, she never imagined the song would pave the way for psychedelic rock and inspire several generations of lead female rock singers, including Pink, who covers it in the new film “Alice Through the Looking Glass.”

Released originally by Jefferson Airplane in February 1967 […]