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Haaaa this is fantastic
Perfectly fitting post.. Innovation is, after all, human ART ~ Eros
by John Smith-Doe
Well helooo, ladies! Great sketch, John. I especially dig the placement of the the shoulder strap-on and the sub’s look of concern at what looks to be the unexpected invite to the party. Fun, fun! Many thanks for this submit. ~ Eros
This magical chart is pure voodoo! Spot on!
Mines not on here…it’s called the Pure Bendie and it is Pure fabulous!!!!!!
Lesbians were not outcasts in ancient India as they were elsewhere. Indeed the Sanskrit word svairini used to describe them, refers to an independent or liberated woman who has refused a husband, earns her own livelihood, and lives either alone or in marriage with another woman.
Indian erotica is unusual in that it never conveys any sense of the illicit, forbidden or sordid. The pursuit of kama (pleasure) is a key pillar in a Hindu attaining salvation. Unlike Chinese and Japanese erotic art which was confined to scrolls and albums, most Indian erotic art was done as individual paintings not meant to hide or stash away rather, Indian erotic art ‘s uniqueness lies in its intent and value as decor to the rooms, buildings and furniture it was proudly displayed upon. These attractive ladies, disporting themselves with the help of dildos, certainly seem to be pursuing their pleasure very actively and more so pertinently, openly!