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Lexi BelleLost in Translation

by William Furry

As you go through life, you will learn that what appear to be small, insignificant, things to the vast majority of people may appear to be almost glowing with substance to others. Thus, the elders here noticed the itty-bitty sign in the background of that Viki La Vie “Caught Our Eye” shot while most people likely found themselves looking at the stunning Viki La Vie in the not-particularly-ladylike pose. Go figure.

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Dee with Van Styles

Appreciating Van Styles

Photography by Van StylesFishnetting for Compliments

by Absinthe Friends

Despite the social and media — and social media — attention aimed at political correctness, we remain animals with biological imperatives, so, y’know, looks count. We may not like to admit that, and we may face public scorn and humiliation for daring to even speak it, but sometimes, well, the Emperor has no clothes.

Fortunately for us, we’re pretty much fine with the no clothes concept.

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Risque Commune Throes in the Towel

Risqué Commune Throes in the Towel

Abby Cross and Alessandra NoirWishing Upon THE Star

by Davis Paige

We hate to be all politically incorrect and all that, but looks count. Remember all those folks that could see the very fine new clothes the Emperor was wearing? … Yeah, they were lying.

You see, once upon a time in a very different America back in the ancient times of the year 2000, there was a wonderful new conceptual show called Trading Spaces. Despite its appearance as a “reality” home improvement show, in fact the popularity stemmed from the characters in the series, and not so much the difficulty (or not) of what they were doing at all.

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Lexi Belle

Lexi Belle and the Pet Puzzle

Lexi BelleRing That Belle

by Nobody Special

It takes all kinds to make a world. Seriously, it does not take a great deal of scientific knowledge to understand that if all people were attracted to the same woman, the population would die out pretty darn quickly. Also, this woman would always be very, very tired.

If all people were attracted to the same man, our history would be even shorter. Think about it: At least a few of the men attracted to the man could beat up all the women attracted to the man, so just gaining access to the possibility of procreation would be quite difficult. Also, this man would be hiding all the time, because faced with an almost certain losing proposition, that seems to be the default male response to a situation.

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