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July 16th, 2024 -- by Bacchus

Moment Of Joy #15

Today’s moment of joy:

The most joyous thing I saw today was the feral smile on the face of the dom whose sub realized a moment too late that “make me” are words of consent.

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July 15th, 2024 -- by Bacchus

Big Dildo: Will It Fit?

My father was a shade tree mechanic, back in the pre-internet days when such men spent a lot of time buying the wrong parts and taking them back to the auto parts store. I used to ask him “do you think this one will fit?” And his optimistic answer, always, was “We’ll make it fit, son. We’ll make it fit. Just get a bigger hammer!”

huge dildo with facets and sharp-looking edges is lined up ready to be inserted into a stretchy anus

The Kink.com shoot Horny Russian Anal Slut features not one, not two, but three huge dildos (plus a similarly-sized strap-on). Will they all fit up Sasha’s wonderfully-capacious ass? Of course you know the answer: “We’ll make it fit!”

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July 13th, 2024 -- by Bacchus

Goodbye, Dr. Ruth

I’m sad to report that everybody’s favorite grandmotherly sex therapist, Dr. Ruth, has died. From the Associated Press story/obituary:

Dr. Ruth Westheimer, America’s diminutive and pioneering sex therapist, dies at 96

NEW YORK (AP) — Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the diminutive sex therapist who became a pop icon, media star and best-selling author through her frank talk about once-taboo bedroom topics, has died. She was 96.

Westheimer’s giggly, German-accented voice, coupled with her 4-foot-7 frame, made her an unlikely looking — and sounding — outlet for “sexual literacy.” The contradiction was one of the keys to her success.

But it was her extensive knowledge and training, coupled with her humorous, nonjudgmental manner, that catapulted her local radio program, “Sexually Speaking,” into the national spotlight in the early 1980s. She had an open approach to what two consenting adults did in the privacy of their home.

Her radio success opened new doors, and in 1983 she wrote the first of more than 40 books: “Dr. Ruth’s Guide to Good Sex,” demystifying sex with both rationality and humor. There was even a board game, Dr. Ruth’s Game of Good Sex.

She soon became a regular on the late-night television talk-show circuit, bringing her personality to the national stage. Her rise coincided with the early days of the AIDS epidemic, when frank sexual talk became a necessity.

“If we could bring about talking about sexual activity the way we talk about diet — the way we talk about food — without it having this kind of connotation that there’s something not right about it, then we would be a step further. But we have to do it with good taste,” she told Johnny Carson in 1982.

In the 1980s, she stood up for gay men at the height of the AIDS epidemic and spoke out loudly for the LGBTQ community. She said she defended people deemed by some far-right Christians to be “subhuman” because of her own past.

After receiving her doctorate in education from Columbia University, she went on to teach at Lehman College in the Bronx. While there she developed a specialty — instructing professors how to teach sex education. It would eventually become the core of her curriculum.

“I soon realized that while I knew enough about education, I did not really know enough about sex,” she wrote in her 1987 autobiography. Westheimer then decided take classes with the renowned sex therapist, Dr. Helen Singer Kaplan.

It was there that she had discovered her calling. Soon, as she once said in a typically folksy comment, she was dispensing sexual advice “like good chicken soup.”

“I came from an Orthodox Jewish home so sex for us Jews was never considered a sin,” she told The Guardian in 2019.

In 1984, her radio program was nationally syndicated. A year later, she debuted in her own television program, “The Dr. Ruth Show,” which went on to win an Ace Award for excellence in cable television.

She also wrote a nationally syndicated advice column and later appeared in a line of videos produced by Playboy, preaching the virtues of open sexual discourse and good sex. She even had a series of calendars.

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July 12th, 2024 -- by Bacchus

Manly Bronze Men

I know there must be at least a few of my readers who appreciate the manliest of men, all burly and bronzed by the sun and displaying the capacity for imminent violence:

two very bronze and muscular men with tattered clothing and makeshift weapons are advancing with determination up a tropical beach

Artwork is by Hubert Rogers, and originally graced the cover of the May 15, 1935 issue of Adventure magazine.

adventure magazine cover with manly men

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July 11th, 2024 -- by Bacchus

Why Rich Men Buy Boats

I found this slinky yacht bunny in a fancy coffee table book full of sleek nudes with French-language captioning. Perhaps I should have titled this post “Why Rich Men Buy Coffee Table Books”?

sleek nude on a sailboat

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July 10th, 2024 -- by Bacchus

Mutoscope Peepshow Nudies

Peep shows with erotic themes have been a staple of carnivals and sideshows and boardwalks since forever. Such enterprises were early adopters of each new “moving pictures” technology as soon as it was invented. But good photographs of peep shows are rare, and information about the material shown, even more rare:

four men in schoolboy short pants watching mutoscope peep shows

Closeup view of the three rotoscope films being shown at these peepshow booths

Here we see four eager scholars (judging by their schoolboy pants) who paid a penny apiece to watch such titles as Spring Chicken, Dance of Love, and Three Against One, that last title starring actor Leo Maloney, pictured here on an old postcard published by Exhibit Supply Company of Chicago. The machines that so captivated this audience are coin-operated Mutascope machines, according to Seth Grahame-Smith in his The Big Book Of Porn (Quirk Books, 2005), whence I got this image.

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July 9th, 2024 -- by Bacchus

Mean Maureen O’Hara

Maureen O’Hara is having entirely too much fun ripping the adhesive tape off of actor John Payne’s super-manly rib cage in this photo:

agony for John Payne as cruel nurse Maureen O'Hara gleefully rips the bandages off his torso, along with who knows how much chest hair

It’s said to be a scene from To The Shores Of Tripoli (1942). Do you suppose it was preemptive revenge for those famous cinema spankings she’d get in the 1960s?

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