Cuz it would be just plain creepy having the torso with no head.
Granted, these are incredibly cheaper than buying the complete love dolls, but imagine going to your new guy's home and having a head fall out from a closet on you. Looking back up to you with dead eyes, hair probably all tangled...
Just the head, for a guy who loves head.
In all honesty, I like that there are alternatives for guys besides the blow up dolls of the past, but the more realistic these ladies get, it's also odd to have just a body part or two lying around the carpet.
Do guys feel like they've entered Lorena Bobbit's when they see a life like cock and balls in the bed?
I hope you find the humor in this post.
It's also given me fresh fodder for a twisted novel idea.
I have been MIA, but also just fighting a sickness for the past few weeks.
Since I have been sort of laying low, and blah, I had some time to watch movies.
We do not have cable, actually have not had it for over ten years.
We do, however, have a massive DVD collection, and I decided to go back through some of our old collections. I had forgotten about all of the wonderful old underground and lesser known flicks we have.
I popped this one in yesterday because I remember the stunning costumes...
Preaching to the Perverted is from 1997.
It deals with the underground BDSM scene in London, and the governement's attempts at infiltrating them to shut them down. Oh those groups of morals and ethics.
The main scene is run by Mistress Tanya Cheex, an reknown American Mistress.
The nights rotate around London, and they use cryptic computer messages to alert those on the in.
The government sends in a young man undercover, but eventually he falls in with the whole deviant group.
This is not your ordinary fare, and though a bit cheesy, it's highly entertaining.
The men are mainly slaves.
There are auctions, whippings, piercing, electrocution, pony play and more.
Sure parts are a little over the top, but I know some of these scenarios actually do take place...
If nothing else, the makeup and costumes and scenes are stunning, and made me want to reinvest in my vinyle and satins.
This movie was one of the ones that made me want to pursue more, and influences my characters, especially the ones in upcoming novels. Beauty and strength and power.
“The most horrifying thing is pubic hair on a woman,” Muz says. “It’s really quite frightening to the general public.” - Julie Atlas Muz, Burlesque Performer.
I've also heard her say it as in, it's horrifying to Americans, suggesting the male population that is now so used to slick clean vajay as portrayed in media and porn. She tours around the globe, and many other countries see nothing wrong with it. Now, let me tell you, she has a full on bush. I've seen it. It's one of her trademarks in the scene, and her acts. She's done a puppet show with it, and has named it Mr. Pussy. =D
Here's the thing, I have this love/hate relationship with pubic hair, in general. A few of my friends have had a discussion with me about my love and enamourment of the 70's Power Muff, the Disco Dick Mitten. I mean, let's face it, a majority of us sported that Power Puff through the 80's. It was common.
I have a character that I had even planned on having one, and the comedic banter involved, but many people get turned off by the thought.
But now, I'm wondering if it's making a comeback. If you watch Orange is the New Black, there was that whole bit about the pubic braiding.
I found that I often get asked in blog interviews or just through messages what it is that I hope to convey in my writing to my readers. Now granted, we know I write erotic romance. Many people would wonder if there is even a story line much less a message in those novels. Well, I'm here to tell you that there is, at least in my books.
It's taken me almost three years to come up with an answer that I think rings true, and here it is:
I find that I take people's issues, that can be yours or mine, propelling the reader on a journey of self-exploration and perhaps healing. I have a gola to hopefully make people consider other thought patterns about live, love, sexuality. I would love to tear down the shame and guilt that many feel for their desired life. I believe if it's not hurting anyone else, and both people consent, what is done between those people in love is not wrong and they should not feel shame for their acts with each other.