The biological chemistry of sexual desire and intrigue has been with man (and woman) since the beginning of time and I don’t believe that’s ever going to change. Cuneiforms of sex acts have graced the walls of the earliest cave dwellers on every continent on this planet.
Entire Roman cities used visual cues of sex acts to direct male, female, or coupled patrons to the appropriate section so that they may find what they sought as entertainment. Very few symbols are so innately known to man as hunting, fire, and sex.
Now that I think of it, it’s almost one and the same thing, isn’t it?
Is ‘erotica’ the aesthetic, sensory stimulating, experience that people claim it to be?
Erotica is less intrusive, less banal, less animalistic and more intelligent, so they say.
Is ‘pornography’ simply anything representing nudity, sex acts or copulation?
Porn is a huge umbrella that includes every little piece of whatever people, place or thing that makes people terribly uncomfortable with themselves.
And what about the womenz????!!
No matter if you are a fan of erotica, porn or both or neither, there’s one things that can’t be debated.
Both mediums are meant to stimulate a reaction in the observer, and they do!
People get aroused.
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Featuring the work of Inna Rae, Elle “Lady Cheeky” Chase, Brett Jackman, Elizabeth Lister, Ayna Stein, Jenna Opperman, Frances Foster, Tia Aikens, myself and many others. If you haven’t already checked out Corset Magazine, give it a peek.
You’ll find the conversation enticing, intelligent, open minded and positive.
Sex is positively a good thing. Read. Look. Stare. Have. Enjoy!