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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, [...]

The 45 most seductive women of all time

From the article at buro24/7.com.au: "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 [...]

Fomosexuality? Interesting phenomenon…

From the article by  Dr Nikki Goldstein at news.com.au "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 [...]

Photographers I Admire – Lutz Dille

From The Compassionate Eye of Lutz Dille by Vincenzo Pietropaolo: The street is like a stage of everyday life, the public sphere of much of our existence, especially in larger cities where the critical mass of [...]

Updated! Playboy Without A Hefner – Article

From an editorial on HOP by Cooper Hefner: Yesterday, I did an interview with Business Insider. The piece was titled, “Hugh Hefner’s son speaks out against Playboy’s decision to go non-nude and sell the Mansion.” I spoke more openly [...]

Photographers I admire: Terry O’Neill

  From Wikipedia: Terry O'Neill (born 30 July 1938) is an English photographer. He gained renown documenting the fashions, styles, and celebrities of the 1960s. O'Neill's photographs display his knack for capturing his [...]

Do you play ‘The Long Game’?

Watching both videos will only take several mins. Yet, YouTube would advise that this is WAY too long for an successful online video in 2016. Think about it.       [...]

RIP Philip Townsend 1940 – 2016

I only just read that Phillip Townsend passed away earlier this year. www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2016/apr/26/philip-townsend-obituary See Photographers I Admire - Phillip Townsend to see why I lament his loss. As the Sixties swung and Britain subverted the [...]

Photographers I Admire – Phillip Townsend

Bio from the Morrison Hotel Gallery: The British panorama of the 1960s was photographed by a young worldly gentleman who worked as a photojournalist for Tatler Magazine. As the cultural movements of the 60s swung [...]

Ansel Adams: Photography With Intention

With an oeuvre that’s both innovative and enduring, the US photographer Ansel Adams is almost universally regarded as a master of his craft and a pioneer in photographic art. Because his black-and-white landscapes [...]

Why Females are Selective… In the Vagina

We seldom think of ourselves as “purely biological” organisms, but it’s a good exercise sometimes. If we take our conceptions of love, sexuality, and self-actualization out of the picture, we occasionally stumble upon some really [...]

What I’m reading… RY Magazine

Amy Edwards, 43, is a musician who started rocking about 5 years ago and never looked back. She is consistently learning more than she ever dreamed, and out of this, RYmagazine was born. It’s never [...]

Recent Quotes of the Day

Quote of the Day – September 13 2019

"Blake said that the body was the soul’s prison unless the five senses are fully developed and open. He considered the senses the ‘windows of the soul.’ When sex involves all the senses intensely, it [...]