Posts tagged Girls! Girls! Girls!
Posts tagged Girls! Girls! Girls!
1951– Nude women posed by Dali forming a skull entitled “In Voluptas Mors” –photograph by Philippe Halsman (in collaboration with Salvador Dali)
Dominatrices near the Wittenberg Platz whose sexual services were signaled by the colors of their boots, laces, and ribbons, sometimes worn in combination.
- Black boots: buttocks cropping (lying on bed).
- Brown boots: asphyxiation by boot or stockinged foot.
- Cobalt blue boots: forced feminization; penetration by female.
- Lacquered gold boots: bound feminization; physical torture.
- Poisonous green boots: psychological enslavement.
- Brick red boots: buttocks flagellation (tied to bed or cross).
- Scarlet boots: forced feminization; transvestite humiliation.
- Black laces: punishment with a short whip.
- Gold laces: defecation on chest.
- Maroon laces: verbal humiliation.
- White laces: collared like a dog.
- White ribbons on top of boots: a roleplay scenario in which the male customer begins as the dominant figure and ends as the submissive party.
Lowly streetwalkers who performed oral sex in the Tiergarten.
Physically deformed women who worked in north Berlin.
Occasional prostitutes, often secretaries, shopkeepers, and office clerks supplementing their incomes after work.
Three defined classes of licensed prostitutes, whose health was certified by city physicians.
Pregnant women who waited under lampposts on Münzstrasse.
Boyish teenage girls who framed their transactions with the protocols of dating, enticing their customers with lines such as, “Don’t you think we should have a coffee first?”
Women wearing the latest fashions and hairstyles, often working in mother-and-daughter teams near the Kaiser Memorial Church.
…why is THE in apostrophe marks?
Ken Starbuck would later go on to found a very successful coffee chain. The Semi-Hard Cock and Tea Leaf. Their peanut-butter coffee cakes are delicious / exploitative-of-women.
“What every woman needs…” Also the tagline for Vinni Rossi’s far less successful sequel, Vitamin C. It’s about DTF co-eds with bad cases of scurvy. Very hot / biohazard-y.
Excerpt from the “Most Deranged Sorority Girl E-Mail You Will Ever Read.”
The internet’s making fun of her and all, but me, I like this girl. She’s got moxie.
How The Face Changes With Shifting A Light Source
chungking express (dir. wong kar wai, 1994)
All-time favorite movies…
Ms Hiroko Hori
- Professional bike racer / author / shop owner
- Born in Tokyo, Japan (1949/04/01 - 1985/04/30).
- Traveled around the world (25 countries) on Honda CB750F (1975)
- Joined a Road Race Competition as the first female rider (1976) *the regulation (allows only male riders can join comps) had been changed after her great performance
- Joined 4 hour endurance race (200 miles) at Suzuka circuit in 1980 and 1981 on Suzuki GSX400E
- Rode across Sahara desert (8,000km) on Suzuki DR500 (1982)
- Rode across in Europe (5 countries) in 1985
- Held Women only competition called “Powder Puff” in 1978
- Ran her own motorbike accessory /gear shop “Hirokono” in 1979
“Some critics have suggested that even by today’s standards, MacLane’s writing is raw, honest, unflinching, self-aware, sensual and extreme. She wrote openly about egoism and her own self-love, about sexual attraction and love for other women, and even about her desire to marry the Devil.
In 1917, she wrote and later starred in an autobiographical silent film titled Men Who Have Made Love to Me, which is now believed to be lost.” That film’s page: “MacLane’s affairs - with ‘the bank clerk,’ ‘the prize-fighter,’ ‘the husband of another,’ and so on - last, and in each of them MacLane emerges dominant. Re-enactments of the love affairs are interspersed with MacLane addressing the camera (while smoking), and talking contemplatively with her maid on the meaning and prospects of love.”