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Thank God we live in an age where nudity and the phenomenal act of fucking can be captured in all of its various forms on film. Oh, a few moralists may still titter about the degradation of society and the exploitation of human sexuality, but those arguments are dwindling. In their place, we have the rise of people fighting for compensation and safety in sex work.
People might think that erotic art has been popular only in the last couple of decades. But, in fact, erotica has existed since the first pieces of art were created. And, we could even dare to say that vintage erotica or old erotic art was more creative and innovative.
Warning: This series contains some seriously explicit imagery and may not be suitable for work environments. Pop culture has the tendency to collectively fixate on a single supernatural phenomenon for a period of time, obsessing over vampires or zombies or wizards until they fade out of relevance and make way for a new paranormal craze. These days, it's witches. Specifically, fictional practitioners of witchcraft that often celebrate and empower the feminine other.
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Old school Mac computers have a unique cult following that can draw surprisingly high prices for working outdated Macs. Enthusiasts scour sites like eBay and Craigslist to find, repair, and sell old Macs to collectors. Hidden away several file levels deep in a folder labeled AOL was a long-lost interactive erotica game called MacPlaymate.
View Larger Image. Text in English, French and Japanese. Published in Japan, "Torture Garden" is a nicely designed and printed, highly charming anthology of vintage bondage and fetish photographs drawn from the collection of noted erotic photographer Alexandre Dupouy. A sense of whimsy pervades most of these images, many of which are highly narrative in nature.
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Stenram places herself in the same position as a viewer: she has no direct contact with the women who appear in her works. This once-removed relationship to her subjects allows her to explore how we see photographs of women, and therefore reveal dramatic new tensions. It also points out our expectations as viewers — rather than to show us something about the women in the images, reversing the power dynamic that usually exists between a viewer and the viewed.