Pussy Book (German) Hardcover – 1 Sep 2011
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Pussy, snatch, rug, vagina, vulva, twat, tunnel of love, clit, cunt, or more poetically - rosebud... there are more than a thousand names capturing the essence of "femininity" which get men forever excited. Its terms are just as numerous as the appearance of the models shown in this book of erotic art photography. As object of desire, they all strive toward a universal beauty ideal and yet they cater to entirely different tastes. Honest and provocative, they take the viewer and lead him into the sensually enticing world of the female genitalia. It presents itself passionately, self-assured, young, and beautiful right at the heartbeat of life. In his latest work, the erotic art photographer Martin Krake focuses on the most private and most fascinating part of a woman's body. As witnesses of infinite beauty and great variety of the female grotto of pleasure and passion, Krake's revealing and artful images give physical dimensions to male phantasies. The uncensored eye of the photographer opens a source of provocative inspiration and it incorporates an ultimate erotic promise.
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108 the Flowers on the wallpaper are magical and breathtaking. This book is a must buy for any interior designer or just lovers of interiors. The only downside is every page has these young naked women draped across some lavish antique and spoiling some lovely artwork its hard to focus on the backgrounds with these harlots messing it all up. This book could have been so much better.
Images of this most venerable and prehistorically ancient organ, as every right-thinking, righteous, morally uptight person instinctively knows, should be confined to the pages of gynecological text books and medical journals where they properly belong. I was alternately shocked and sickened as, with increasing moral agitation, I leafed through every one of the 256 pages of this degenerate book.
Mary Whitehouse (that sainted female of sacred memory) would be turning in her grave right now if she weren't instead enjoying intercourse with the angels in heaven.