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I found this charming and entertaining piece on YouTube. It's captivating. I reccomend it to the forum.

Very interesting and thought provoking. And - strangely enough - none of these photos would be allowed on YT if they were modern. But as they are old, they are no longer seen as Porn but as Cultural History.
 

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Why would you throw it away after - say - Charlize Theron or Emily Blunt had sat on it? I’d relish a huge portion (!) and go for (sloppy?) seconds.

Or is it just me?

Hello? Hello?

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I doubt it's just him. In any case, the commercial value of a Theronized or Blunted cake might be quite high - if only for the collector's value. There are people who collect pieces of famous wedding cakes; this seems like a natural extension of that.

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Aren't there journalists who admit to making up fetishes for readers' titillation?
Some years ago, I remember reading an article in which a gay journalist claimed to have invented both "felching" and "rinding" when he was bored in the office one afternoon. He claimed to have been horrified, later, to learn that these practices had started to appear in the small-ads.

Now I'm thinking he was just attention-seeking, though the explosion of weird practices is not always backed-up by literary or linguistic evidence. At the time - pre-internet, I think, - I was inclined to think that outlandish sexual practices were just a form of gross-out humour. Or maybe they just happened in San Francisco or Parisien brothels.

Since the internet came along, I guess people with odd enthusiasms have encouraged each other. Someone told me that personnel departments are receiving CVs from people who list their sexual preferences and practices among their hobbies and additional skills!

I'm sure technology is now moulding sexual tastes. There has certainly been a massive increase in hideous sexual animations and games over the last few years. Combined with fur-suits and cybersex instruments, the future seems destined to be polymorphously perverse indeed. At least they won't be breeding! :dunno:
 

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I found this charming and entertaining piece on YouTube. It's captivating. I reccomend it to the forum.


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You can even extend that to looking at porn images from the 1960's, the 1970's, the 1980's. Looking at the woman in the photo - and as often as not it just seems quaint, otherworldly, a historical fossil - and reflecting that if she's still alive now, she'd be in her seventies. Would there be kids looking at Granny now, in a family setting somewhere, who of course would be ignorant of what she once did when she was twenty-five... (and would it matter a damn?) The first thought might be, looking at the photo - "Good God, did anyone ever find that sort of underwear on a woman to be in any way stylish or attractive?" closely followed by "And what will people in forty or fifty years' time think of us?". and... "those clothes. Those hairstyles. That way of doing makeup. And the settings. They say 1970's interior decoration was hideous. They're right." And even when a woman (and to a lesser extent a man) is completely naked - you can still confidently say "That picture was taken around 1976. That one is from 1985" because of the cues you get from the hairstyles or the makeup... this is fascinating. Porn as social history.
There's a lot more gay porn in that than I was expecting, obviously gay men have been around since the dawn of time but wasn't it illegal in England at the time those pics were taken? .. I've no idea if it was in France ..
 

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TV presenter Diane Oxbery died last night. Probably un-known outside the North-West, but she was a fixture of local BBC TV for thirty years. The reason why I'm raising this here?

Well... over-heard comment. I don't think I was meant to hear it. But it raises an interesting question, if in bad taste......

That's terrible. Fifty-one. Thought she was younger than that. (pause} If I have a wank over her, and I know she's dead, is that weird? I mean, does it count as necrophilia?



https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-46820379
 

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Ah, Stuart. I really liked him as a broadcaster - his football commentary was a joy to listen to - but a deplorable human being, by all accounts. and a topic in his own right worthy of this thread.
 

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There is (was?) a magazine called Splosh! from the 1990s I remember seeing ads for which basically featured women getting covered in food, so there was a market for it.

I also recall (and have mentioned before) the lonely soul who used to post stories to Usenet in the 90s about his favourite female celebrities "farting on cake". Because of his I know who Tabitha Soren is (his preferred fantasy farter). Now the Usenet archive is back online you can probably find his deathless prose again.
 
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Ten or fifteen years ago, I was shocked to discover that my address was listed online as being a Japanese Restaurant where people could eat their sushi and stuff off the bodies of naked women! Live ones, I hope.

It turned out that the real location of the business - it existed! - was somewhere in Cheshire. At some point, the SK, for Stockport, postcode had been replaced by M, for Manchester.

It soon went the way of all tacky business-ventures, though it was online for some time. I think the internet was in its infancy as a way to generate custom, as I received no enquiries by post. Luckily, they had posted their own email and telephone numbers! :actw:
 

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Egyptian woman imprisoned for 3 years for 'sexually harassing' a monkey:
Could have been worse, she could have been spanking the monkey.

Nope. Sorry Mikefule but that's simply not true anymore, it's illegal to pay people of different genders different amounts in the UK .. and the whole 'glass ceiling' argument is bollocks as well in 2019 but this conversation's a contentious one and best left for another thread or even better, a different website altogether.
Oooh, yeah, try bringing that up on Mumsnet and see what sort of reaction it provokes. Hours of fun...

Aren't there journalists who admit to making up fetishes for readers' titillation? Possibly the Sun? Or am I thinking of the Viz?
Trust me, for every journo from the Shit-sheets who thinks he's inventing a new deviant practice, there are hundreds of people out there in the real world, doing it, and now thanks to the wonderful Interwebs, meeting loads of other perves with whom to indulge their passions.

In fact, by the time you read about it in the Press, it's old news, the shine has gone, and all the serious deviants have moved on. The practice will be almost killed off once Fleet St "educates" and titillates its readership, disguising it with shrill outrage (as happened with, for example, "Dogging" - been going on since cars appeared, I imagine, but you'd think it had been invented by the Sun or Stan Collymore in 2004. I do know that's precisely the time that your chances of going out and getting a cheeky BJ in a layby from a stranger became absolutely ZERO, thanks to all the "tourists" the reports encouraged. I mean, what youth thinks he is actually going to get any action by doing handbrake turns in an Audi S3 with 3 of his mates in a popular doggers' car-park? Lots, so it seems...

Strictly speaking, of course, a "fetish" is something that a person simply has to have/do/whatever in order to become sexually aroused. For many, it's a deep-seated mental issue, from when their sexual development became inextricably linked to certain triggers, and now sex is unthinkable, or impossible, without those seemingly bizarre and rather "un-sexy" props to stir them to action. It can't be much fun when you can't get a boner unless your partner is dressed up as your Mum and re-enacts putting a clothes peg on your knob to curb your random hard-ons that destroyed her hosting Book Club meetings when you were 7, can it? Well, not every time you want to get aroused!

These days, a "fetish" seems to be sex involving anything other than "lights off, missionary position". I have sampled many deviant sexual practices, enjoyed lots of them, and need to try lots more again to see if I might like them better second time round. Plenty more on my "To-do" list...

There is (was?) a magazine called Splosh! from the 1990s I remember seeing ads for which basically featured women getting covered in food, so there was a market for it.

I also recall (and have mentioned before) the lonely soul who used to post stories to Usenet in the 90s about his favourite female celebrities "farting on cake". Because of his I know who Tabitha Soren is (his preferred fantasy farter). Now the Usenet archive is back online you can probably find his deathless prose again.
I have attended a Splosh! themed party in a club. Lidl really shifted a few tins of those 39p Baked beans that weekend! I'm afraid I didn't hang around to help with the clear-up, but it can't have been pleasant. More polythene sheeting than a gangland hit, I recall.

Just look for Cakefarts on Pornhub. Once upon a time you could just go to Cakefarts.com, but the site died and I believe the domain name is now up for grabs. A perfect business opportunity for someone...
 
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I went out with a guy who was into the Splosh stuff or WAM as he called it (Wet And Messy).

Never joined in with it, I might have more kinks than a corrugated iron roof but the idea of sitting in a child's inflatable paddling pool being covered in cold tinned rice pudding just doesn't do it for me.
 
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Woman Scorched by exploding vibrator

I guess it wasn't the bang she was hoping for.

A woman claims she has been put her off sex toys for life after she was burned by an exploding vibrator.


Cassie Esplin, 25, was just about to use her Buzz Tongue Finger Vibrator when she claims the battery pack flew out with such force it hit the bedroom ceiling.


She claims the battery - which appears to have corroded - then landed on her top, scorching her jumper and leaving a mark on her chest.
 
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Trust me, for every journo from the Shit-sheets who thinks he's inventing a new deviant practice, there are hundreds of people out there in the real world, doing it, and now thanks to the wonderful Interwebs, meeting loads of other perves with whom to indulge their passions.
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Yup, that's about how I thought it worked.

*clutches pearls*
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*remembers how 'you can't say ANYTHING these days'*
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