Sex

  • Cool Ass Blog

    Sex Savages on Wheels is one hell of a blog, if you like babes, leather and tits. I think they're opening a shop in LA that sells leather and art and stuff. It actually looks quite tasteful.

    Categories: Cool Ass Blog, Bikers, Babes, Sex
  • Cool Ass Blog | Witch Tower = Very Sexy Witches

    Witch Tower is my new favorite blog.

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

  • Eniko Mihalik by Ezra Pertonio

    Eniko Mihalik posing Self Service. Photos by Ezra Pertonio from The Photography Link

    Categories: Photography, Fashion, Babes, Sex
  • Good Movie | Girl on a Motorcycle

      

      

     Sourced from everywhere but mostly Verdoux & London Lee

    TRAILER FOR THE FILM

     

    The Girl on a Motorcycle or better yet, Naked Under Leather (as the film was called in France), was a British / French film directed in 1968 by Jack Cardiff. The film starred Marianne Faithfull and was due to air at Cannes but due to the May 68 riots it never did. The plot is fairly simple: A woman leaves her husband and zips away on her motorcycle to be with her lover.  Plenty of sexual and psychedelic experiences happen along the way.

    Categories: Sex, Movies, Good Movies, Bikes, Babes
  • Good Movie | The Hunger

      

      

    The Hunger was Tony Scott's 1983 directorial debut that starred David Bowie, Catherine Deneuve and a smoking hot Susan Sarandon.  The film is a fashionable vampire flick that drew from the then, full formed Goth subculture, and opens immediately with "Bela Lugosi's Dead" by Bauhaus. Roger Ebert hated it, but in retrospect it's actually pretty good. There's a number of steamy sex scenes, including a lesbian scene between Sarandon and Deneuve, and for whatever it's worth, Premiere Magazine rated the movie #5 on their  "Hottest Sex Scenes of All Time" list.

    A few others on that list include:

           

  • Good Movies | The Radley Metzger Collection

    Radley Metzger was a New York filmmaker who made most of his films in Paris. His films were loved by a wide range of artists and directors that run the gamut from Andy Warhol to Orson Welles. The plots were typical Euro-Sleaze sexploitation that were kind of cheesey, but absolutely great.  For the most part, they were beautifully shot and artistically stylized with impeccable set design. These films will appeal to fans of the genre, as well as photography buffs, film buffs, furniture & design enthusiasts, soundtrack collectors, and of coarse, perverts.

     

      

         

     

     

    The Lickerish Quartet Trailer

     

    Sourced by Our Man in Havana

     

    Carmen, Baby Trailer

     

    Sourced from B Kontos

     

    Camille 2000

     

    Sourced from Visions of Excess

  • Hari Kari Covers

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

    Hari-Kari, which also ran by the subtitle: Journal Bete et Mechant (Stupid & Vicious Magazine), was a French magazine that was once banned in France for their controversial aim at the government and the church. More here. To see almost the enitre collection go here.

    Categories: Magazines, Sex
  • Ralph Gibson | Photographer

      

      

      

      

      

    Ralph Gibson is an American art photographer best known for his photographic books. His images often incorporate fragments with erotic and mysterious undertones, building narrative meaning through contextualization and surreal juxtaposition.

    Visit his very cool official site.

    Categories: Sex, art, Artists, Photography, Babes
  • Rare 70's Erotic Magazine Covers

    Editions du Japyx

      

      

      

      

    Edtions Les Naiades

      

      

      

      

      

    via Au Carrefour Etrange

  • Reading LIst | Lusts of a Moron | My Life and Loves

    Lusts of a Moron, by Momus, is not exactly literature but it is a pleasurable cross referencing bonanza in to the mind of a true savant.  Nobody drops more cultural  knowledge into a single song then him.  Take for example, the lyrics to Bluestockings, a song about the dirtiest books ever written. If I were looking for a dirty book suggestion, this song would be a good place to start.

    I love you, you're so well read
    Blue stockings well spread
    Your carnal knowledge knocks me dead

    I love you, you're so well read
    Bluestocking give head
    I love you, you've read:

    Ovid, Anaïs Nin
    The Song of Solomon
    The Perfumed Garden and Georges Bataille's
    The Story of the Eye
    The Petronius Satyricon
    The Arabian Nights, the Decameron
    The Marquis de Sade's 120 Days
    And Serge Gainsbourg singing songs to Sweet Jane B

    I love you, you're so well read
    Blue stockings well spread
    Your carnal knowledge knocks me dead

    I love you, you're so well read
    Bluestocking give head
    I love you, you've read:

    Sacher Masoch and DHL
    Portnoy's Complaint and mine as well
    Frank Harris, The Life and Loves
    Lusts of a Moron, Wings of a Dove
    The Latins of the Silver Age
    The triolets of Paul Verlaine
    Lautreamont and G. Cabrera Infante
    Mishima Yukio and Sweet Jane B

    I love you, you're so well read
    Bluestocking give head
    Whisper what they said:

    "Le silence de la chambre est profond
    Aucun bruit n'arrive plus
    Ni des routes, ni de la ville, ni de la mere
    La nuit est a son terme, partout limpide et noir
    La lune a disparu
    Ils ont peur
    Il ecoute, les yeux au sol
    Son silence effrayante
    Il parle de sa beaute
    Les yeux fermees
    Il peut revoir encore l'image dans sa perfection"

    There are more than a couple heavyweight authors named here. My Life and Loves by Frank Harris, a monster of a book that was banned in countires around the world is one that we keep on our shelves. Harris was an Irish born journalist, author, editor, publisher and one-time roommate of Aleister Crowley. He moved to New York and founded his publishing company, The Frank Harris Publishing Company, to promote and distribute his works in America. Those works are now part of the collection at Princeton University.

     

     

    On a side note, other books suggestions pertaining to the genre come from Susan Sontag, who credited the following five erotic novels as "true" literary works.

    Categories: Sex, Reading List, Music, Books
  • Reading List | The Autobiography and Sex Life of Andy Warhol

     

    Chris Trela (producer of the documenatry Guest of Cindy Sherman) teamed up with photographer Gretchen Berg and counterculture icon, John Wilcock (one of the founders of Interview Magazine & The Village Voice) to reissue the 1971 classic, The Autobiography and Sex Life of Andy Warhol. They've updated the content with some interesting stories and new photos and kept the entertaining interviews: Taylor Mead, Nico, Viva, Marisol and the rest of the usual suspects in tact.  The editors will be discussing the book and signing copies at the Gagosian Shop (988 Madison Ave) on June 24th. From 6-8 pm.

     

     

    This is a rare exception to the usually unimpressive mix of new Warhol media products that have over saturated the market. The industrious producer/publisher Chris Trela releases this substantive work that is both interesting and entertaining.

    Source: tmagazine

     

  • Sam Haskins | Photographer

    Besides being an amazing photographer, Sam Haskins is an amazing blogger. His blog, which takes you through his thoughts on his photographs, is one of the best photo blogs on the web.

      

      

      

      

      

    Sam Haskins official site

    Categories: Photography, Babes, Artists, art, Sex
  • Sex, Design & Furniture: The Obsessions of Carlo Mollino

    Crazy, artistic, stingy, obsessed with taxes. Sex maniac, master architect, drug addict, genius. Carlo Mollino (1905-1973) is one of the most colorful figures in the world of architecture and Italian design.

    He spent his life in the tranquil city of Torino, where a character such as he had few hopes to fit in. Even today, 20 years after his death, there has been little effort made to keep the memory of this extraordinary person alive. Quite to the contrary, many of his architectural works have fallen into a state of disrepair.

    (Read the rest here)

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

  • The International Times | What was the world's best underground paper

    I've been collecting underground newspapers forever and the Interantional Times is by far one of the best.  Soft Machine, PInk Floyd, Arthur Brown and more supported it. Paul McCartney donated money it. Burroughs, Ginsberg, Trocchi, John Peel and others wrote for it. Now, just about the entire archives are available on-line.  Holy shit. Go there now .

         

      

         

         

      

      

         

      

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

    International Times (it or IT) was an underground paper founded in London in 1966.  The paper's logo was a black-and-white image of Theda Bara, vampish star of silent films. The founders' original intention had been to incorporate an image of the actress Clara Bow because she'd been known as The IT girl, but an image of Theda Bara was used by accident and, once deployed, was never changed. Paul McCartney donated to the paper.

    International Times was launched on 14 October 1966 at The Roundhouse at a gig featuring Pink Floyd. The event promised a 'Pop/Op/Costume/Masque/Fantasy-Loon/Blowout/Drag Ball and featured Soft Machine, steel bands, strips, trips, happenings, movies. The launch was described as "one of the two most revolutionary events in the history of English alternative music and thinking. The IT event was important because it marked the first recognition of a rapidly spreading socio-cultural revolution that had its parallel in the States" by David Allen of Soft Machine.

    From April 1967, and for some while later, the police raided the offices of International Times to try, it was alleged, to force the paper out of business. A benefit event labelled The 14 Hour Technicolor Dream took place at Alexandra Palace on 29 April 1967. Bands included Pink Floyd, The Pretty Things, Savoy Brown, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Soft Machine, The Move, and Sam Gopal Dream.

    IT first ceased publication in 1972, after being convicted for running contact ads for gay men, and for a longer period in 1974, but merged with Maya, another underground publication, and was revived in 1975, continuing until 1982. It resurfaced in 1986... into the 1990s. There have been a total of 209 issues. It was a contemporary of other radical underground London magazines, Oz, Friends and Ink.

    Many people who became prominent UK figures wrote for IT, including feminist critic Germaine Greer, poet and social commentator Jeff Nuttall, and DJ John Peel. There were many original contributions from underground writers such as Alexander Trocchi; William Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg.

    In 1986 IT was relaunched by Tony Allen and Chris Brook. After two issues (Volume 86; issues 1,2) Allen left, and Brook continued with a reinvigorated editorial group for two more issues (Volume 86; issues 3,4). After various one-off issues into 1991, 2000 saw Brook and others create a web-based presence - initially through the alternative server 'Phreak', circa 1996.

    Wikipedia

    Categories: Magazines, Music, Politics, Zines, Sex
  • The Masks of I Mask U Mask We Mask

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

    I MASK U MASK WE MASK - GO THERE NOW!

  • The Other Work and Loves of Serge Gainsbourg

    Evguenie Sokolov

     

    This is the one and only novel by the 20th century provocateur of French pop music and film - the legendary Serge Gainsbourg . This prototype lusty punk tore into the threads of French society with his numerous films, music projects, and outlandish persona. He made recordings with Brigitte Bardot, Jane Birkin and a scandalous recording of "Lemon Incest" with his own daughter Charlotte. If that wasn't bad enough, he told Whitney Houston live on French TV that he would love 'to fuck' her.

    Evguenie Sokolov is a novel about an artist who uses his intestinal gases as the medium for his scandalous artwork. What once was a huge smelly and noisy problem in his social and sex life becomes a tool for success in the early eighties art world.

    Tam Tam

    Ja T'aime Moi Non Plus (I Love You...Me Neither)

     

      

      

      

    Je t'aime... moi non plus is a 1976 feature film directed by Serge Gainsbourg, starring Jane Birkin, Hugues Quester and Joe Dallesandro, and featuring a cameo by Gérard Depardieu.

    The plot of the movie centers on Krassky (Joe Dallesandro), a homosexual man, who is attracted to Johnny (Jane Birkin), a boyish looking woman. They begin an affair, which is complicated by the fact that he cannot achieve orgasm through vaginal intercourse. The pain of anal intercourse is so great for Johnny, though, that her screams cause them to be thrown out of a series of motels. After a scandal with Johnny, Krassky returns to his boyfriend Padovan (Hugues Quester).

    Je t'aime... moi non plus was the first film directed by Gainsbourg. Jane Birkin was his partner at that time. It includes elements of symbolism recurrent in Gainsbourg's work: death and sex. Depardieu has a few short appearances, playing a homosexual bestialist.

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    Serge's Grave

    ...apparently someone leaves a cigarette there every day

     

       

     Most images sourced from The Hound
  • The Retro World of Radioactive Lingerie

    Radioactive Lingerie presents a nifty collection of 70's & 80's images. The photos of disco, TV, fashion, porno flicks, freestyle music and aerobic workouts are campy and sleazy, but believe me when I tell you that the images I left out of this sampler are the ones you really want to see.

     

       

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

    Categories: Sex, Babes, Cool Ass Blog
  • The Sexy Sexy World of Nightmare Brunette

    Nightmare Brunette is quite possibly the sexiest blog on the internet

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

    Categories: Sex, Babes, Photography
  • Tomi Ungerer | Artist & Illustrator

      

      

      

      

      

     

    "If people were brave enough to live out their erotic fantasies, pornography would disappear altogether. I've always believed that eroticism, even more than sensuality, is a form of liberation."

    Tomi Ungerer is a French illustrator best known for his erotic and political illustrations as well as children's books.

    Ungerer moved to the United States in 1956. The following year, Ungerer published his first children's book for Harper & Row, The Mellops Go Flying. He also did illustration work for The New York Times and for television during this time, and began to create posters denouncing the Vietnam War.

    After Allumette; A Fable, with Due Respect to Hans Christian Andersen, the Grimm Brothers, and the Honorable Ambrose Bierce in 1974, Ungerer ceased writing children's books, focusing instead on adult-level books, many of which focused on sexuality. He eventually returned to children's literature with Flix, 1998.

    He currently lives on the Mizen Peninsula in Ireland, where he and his wife moved in 1976.

    Categories: Sex, Illustrators, Artists, art
  • Trashy Book Covers

       

       

       

      

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

    Trash Fiction is a great UK based site dedicated to obscure paperbacks. The have hundreds of covers and it's well worth the visit. Some of the books are for sale and every one of them should be adapted to films.

  • Various Images of Jean Rollin's Films

    Jean Rollin is a French Filmmaker who is credited with making both the first French Vampire movie and the first French Gore movie. He was influenced by Surrealism, American horror films, comics, fantasy and gothic literature. His films have been described as beautiful, poetic, macabre, sensual, bizarre and sometimes pornographic. With minimal dialogue and often low budget techniques, these films are for the Eurosleeze and horror film enthusiasts and not really the casual viewer. The images below came from all over the web, but mostly from the essential, Requiem for Jean Rollin blog.

      

      

      

      

      

         

         

         

         

         

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

    Categories: Movies, Sex, Vampires
  • Vintage Swingers Party Photos

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

      

    Sourced from Popcorn and Sticky Floors and Square America

    Categories: Sex, Photography