If you don't love women, your time on this site will be wasted... I'm a right-handed, male baby-boomer INFJ Aquarian in the Chicago area. In my daytime persona, I am a writer/illustrator... I continue exploring the mysterious and mysteriously counterintuitve world of Dominance/submission (as a D/) --surely one of the most magical experiences of my life... I sometimes dabble in Kinbaku (specifically, Matanawa)... As you will see, I enjoy female-friendly pornography, especially when it's homemade. On rare occasion, I post reader submissions.... Hourglass figures make my heart race (honest to God: I think my pulse rate increases!)... I also like librarians, erotic art, the rust-turquoise-sand-white colors of Mexican paintings, ballerinas, summer, spanking, Jim Morrison, Billie Holiday, steampunk, fountain pens, Brian Wilson, Larado Taft, Edgar Allan Poe, Patti Smith, tennis, Bettie Page, Sophia Loren, and, of course, Marilyn. A naked woman on a bicycle? Pretty much an instant reblog and if you can successfully invoke the sense of smell in an erotic image, I will publicly declare you a genius... I consider Alfred Cheney Johnston the greatest photographer of women in the history of the medium... Occasionally, I alter pictures to improve their quality. Sorry if you don't like that; you should have done it yourself... Bogart & Bacall got it right --in their movies AND in their lives... I get up every morning and thank Bruce Springsteen for fulfilling the promise of his October 27, 1975 Time and Newsweek covers --beyond anyone's wildest hopes... I'm not overly enamored of Lucille Ball, Bette Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, Madonna, Pink Floyd, tattoos, or piercings... I lament that my country has lost its way. When I was a young man, we had SO much promise. That we are unable to pass that on to our children is the overriding tragedy of my generation. In history books, the monstrous atrocities of VietNam and Watergate that my father's generation visited upon us will pale in comparison to the wasteland we are leaving our children... Finally and most importantly: The images here are decidedly NSFW so if you were born after this date in 1996, don't even THINK about viewing them. I'm serious about this: I don't make the rules but I do follow them. Besides, you have FAR better things to be doing with your adolescence than looking at sites like Dazzledent. Go start a revolution.

23rd April 2014

Photo reblogged from What About Bobbed?

whataboutbobbed:

Weeghman Park / Cubs Park / Wrigley Field opened on April 23, 1914
above - Chicago Cubs baseball player Hack Wilson, speaking with two unidentified women in the stands at Wrigley Field, Chicago, Illinois, 1929
HAPPY 100th WRIGLEY!!!!!!!!!!!!

whataboutbobbed:

Weeghman Park / Cubs Park / Wrigley Field opened on April 23, 1914

above - Chicago Cubs baseball player Hack Wilson, speaking with two unidentified women in the stands at Wrigley Field, Chicago, Illinois, 1929

HAPPY 100th WRIGLEY!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tagged: chicagocubsbaseballhistory

21st April 2014

Photo reblogged from My Teen Quote

Oh, for God’s sake! You post only three common words and you can’t punctuate even that right?! Do everyone a favor: remove the apostrophe (that’s the little symbol between the l and the s), stay off the internet, and don’t reproduce.
The conclusions are obvious: the decline of education in America has already made us a second-rate country. Even more depressing is that any hope of a turnaround will have to be a miracle at least two generations away.

Oh, for God’s sake! You post only three common words and you can’t punctuate even that right?! Do everyone a favor: remove the apostrophe (that’s the little symbol between the l and the s), stay off the internet, and don’t reproduce.
The conclusions are obvious: the decline of education in America has already made us a second-rate country. Even more depressing is that any hope of a turnaround will have to be a miracle at least two generations away.

Tagged: historygrammarrantwordsdumbing down of america

14th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Lusty's Strand of the Web

Writing as a white American man, images like this sometimes (often) leave me with a vague, faintly uneasy feeling. Like this example, they generally succeed quite admirably in being provocatively erotic and, photographically, black women can obviously provide tonalities in an image that lighter-skinned women under the same lighting conditions cannot. But, given the history of slavery in America, is it unsettling for anyone else to see a naked black woman bound?

Writing as a white American man, images like this sometimes (often) leave me with a vague, faintly uneasy feeling. Like this example, they generally succeed quite admirably in being provocatively erotic and, photographically, black women can obviously provide tonalities in an image that lighter-skinned women under the same lighting conditions cannot. But, given the history of slavery in America, is it unsettling for anyone else to see a naked black woman bound?

Tagged: blackbedboundlovely tonesbootsquestionass uphistory

Source: kinkinik

5th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Good Nyborg

Wish I had seen this in 1972!

Wish I had seen this in 1972!

Tagged: richard nixonsecond-worst president in american historytricky dickhistory

Source: sextingwithmyself

29th March 2014

Photo reblogged from Not Pulp Covers

mudwerks:

geoohr:

The push-pull dynamic.
Otho Cushing imagines a future of 1950, in 1914.

pretty close…

mudwerks:

geoohr:

The push-pull dynamic.

Otho Cushing imagines a future of 1950, in 1914.

pretty close…

Tagged: historyartotho cushinglife

Source: willigula

24th March 2014

Photo reblogged from Facts and Chicks

factsandchicks:

During World War 1, Harry Houdini took 1 year off performing to help sell war bonds and teach american soldiers how to escape from german handcuffs.
source


I always loved the guy. I love him even more now. He was born 140 years ago today.

factsandchicks:

During World War 1, Harry Houdini took 1 year off performing to help sell war bonds and teach american soldiers how to escape from german handcuffs.

source

I always loved the guy. I love him even more now. He was born 140 years ago today.

Tagged: harry houdiniWWIhistoryhandcuffsgermany

14th February 2014

Photo reblogged from Lusty's Strand of the Web

tiwago:

;)

tiwago:

;)

Tagged: assvalentine's dayhistorybig bang theorytv

Source: sensualsideofme

5th February 2014

Photo reblogged from The Spirit Trail

ermefinedining:

This map should be included in every history book.

ermefinedining:

This map should be included in every history book.

Tagged: historynative americansmaps

Source: ermefinedining

3rd February 2014

Photoset reblogged from georges69225

gesshots:

Josephine Marcus Earp

Tagged: wyatt earpjosephine marcushistorysee-through

11th January 2014

Photoset reblogged from The Spirit Trail

“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”

Tagged: history

16th December 2013

Photo reblogged from Lusty's Strand of the Web

thoughtsofasubgirl:

Such truth. Beautiful

thoughtsofasubgirl:

Such truth. Beautiful

Tagged: slavehistorywordsD/s

Source: submissive-little-girl

14th December 2013

Photo reblogged from Lusty's Strand of the Web

icandolotsofthingsmaster:

Fuck yes… This!!! -D

This is literally true and it makes my blood boil. I know for a fact at least one rural high school in Illinois that was teaching Latin in the 1930s.

icandolotsofthingsmaster:

Fuck yes… This!!! -D

This is literally true and it makes my blood boil. I know for a fact at least one rural high school in Illinois that was teaching Latin in the 1930s.

Tagged: historyphilosophyjoseph sobranquote

Source: trustno1buturself

28th November 2013

Quote reblogged from Cunnilingus Bliss

If there is a God, He will have to beg my forgiveness.

A phrase that was carved on the walls of a concentration camp cell during WWII by a Jewish prisoner  (via cunnilingusbliss).

I am not remotely, remotely qualified to comment on the sheer profound tragedy of these words about human nature but perhaps —on this, of all days— we should pause for a moment and take them into our hearts and be thankful for all the blessings we have.

Tagged: thanksgivingquotewwiihistory

Source: notclarissa

19th November 2013

Video

Abraham Lincoln delivered his address at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 150 years ago today.

Tagged: abraham lincolnhistory

11th November 2013

Photo reblogged from Lusty's Strand of the Web

Tagged: veteran's dayhistory

Source: fongtimes