Erotic depictions of women in drawing, painting, sculpture and photography from the dawn of man to the present.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

The Chronicles of Triple P: 1975 German fluff to kissing sisters

I was rather surprised to find a reader actually requesting another episode of The Chronicles of Triple P but I have finished the next post and it is now up here.

The central part of the post contains some material I have already posted, about the German girls I encountered on holiday but there is an added introduction and a whole new encounter, all detailing my adventures in 1975.   I was helped in this by finding a copy of a letter I wrote to a girlfriend, just four years later, where I detailed the incident as we exchanged accounts of early kissing experiences.

Another Chronicle soon, as the next encounter has been in draft for some months. 

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Off to Africa...

Lately, Triple P has managed to avoid overseas business trips.  Having travelled to 63 countries we have seen more than enough of the world (especially as we hate flying).  However, we have been asked to go to a particular country for just over two weeks to help a government with something we are a particular expert in.  

You can't fly direct to this country from the UK so we have to go to another country en route (where we have a meeting).  Both are ones we haven't been to before. Given we have a new laptop with the horrible Windows 8 (which we just can't work out at all) and no picture editing software there won't be any updates in any of our blogs, we suspect, until the end of July.

We will take The Lust World with us so, depending on the internet connection, we might get another chapter of that done.

Monday, July 4, 2016

Fourth of July Venus: Tish Howard

Today is the Fourth of July when we in Britain celebrate getting rid of our most annoying colony and thank the perfidious French for, more than a little help in doing so.  Anyway, here is the lovely Tish Howard (not her real name) who was Playboy's Playmate of the year fifty ears ago in July 1966.

Nineteen year old (as she was when these pictures were taken by Bill Figge) Tish was born on July 4th 1946.  She looks lovely in these two painterly shots and we wish her a happy birthday!

Friday, July 1, 2016

The Lust World - Chapter 6

Having been rejected by his sweetheart, Agnes, for lacking an adventurous spirit, journalist Edmund Molloy sought solace at the Babylon Exploration Society, a high class brothel, with his best friend William Britten. Sent by his editor to interview the irascible Professor Challenor, he was informed of the possibility of dinosaurs living on a plateau in South America. His subterfuge of posing as a Natural History Museum employee to gain access to the Professor was discovered by Challenor's attractive wife, Edith, who then seduced him the morning before Professor Challenor was due to give his talk on the plateau at the Natural History Museum in South Kensington.

I have just posted the next chapter of my erotic adventure story, The Lust World here.

This chapter contains no sex scenes but is pivotal to the story, so it will be interesting to see how this effects the number of views.  Chapter 4, which also contained no sex, has had a noticeably fewer number of views, whereas Chapter 5, which did, has had fifty percent more than Chapter 4.despite being up on the blog for half the time.

We have started to write a few background notes on the Chapters and you can find them on this new blog here.  It gives me a chance to post some of the pictures I turned up during my research as well. You can find the notes here and they are indexed at the top right of that blog.

The notes on Chapter 6 will focus on the Reptile Room at the Natural History Museum and its Diplodocus skeleton.

Monday, June 27, 2016

German Venuses at the Motzener See 1926

This splendid shot of German bathing beauties was taken in 1926 by Josef Bayer at the edge of the Motzener See, a lake in Brandenburg, about twenty miles south of Berlin.  This area was the epicentre of German naturism which had really started in 1902 with the nacktkultur movement espoused by Heinrich Pudor in his treatise published that year.,  Naturism was one part of the back to nature Lebensreform (life reform) social movement in Germany, which began in the late nineteenth century.  Different parts of the movement espoused such things as organic food, vegetarianism, alternative medicine, naturism and sexual liberation.  If this all sounds a bit hippy culture then it is not surprising as a number of German practitioners of Lebensreform emigrated to California in the first half of the twentieth century and some of them arrived in San Franciso in 1967, taking their back to nature beliefs with them.  Other parts of the Lebensreform movement abstained from alcohol and smoking and in pre-WW2 Germany there was a strong anti-smoking lobby which was already pointing out the health risks of the habit.  Adolf Hitler was very anti smoking!

The wandervogel movement, which was created in the Steglitz Grammar School in Berlin in 1896 was a similar back to nature movement but aimed at German youth.  Encouraging physical activity (including naturism) and, especially after the Great War, nationalism, it merged with other scouting groups until it was abolished by the Nazis who took some aspects of its approach in the formation of the Hitler Youth.  The movement was revived after WW2 and continues to this day.

Naturism became increasingly popular in Germany and continued to flourish even in communist East Germany (which was where the Motzener See was located after WW2).   

Bayer's photograph is a wonderful, painterly composition which certainly acts as an excellent advertisement for naked, al fresco frolicking.