Thursday, March 6, 2014

"This is the real point of this book. I want men and women to be able to think sex, fully, completely, honestly and cleanly. Even if we can't act sexually to our complete satisfaction, let us at least think sexually, complete and clear"*

Gerda Weneger, ?, 1920's
Gerda Weneger, ?, ca 1920's
Louis Icart, Retiring, 1920's
S. Sauvage, 1924
M. E. Philip, Heisser Tag, 1931

William Wallace, Fantazius, 1922

Blaine Mahlon, Venus Nova, 1939
For erotica bibliophiles, here.

Juxtapoz has a cool selection of contemporary artists doing erotica:

Into the Pit, by Pit
Olivia de Bernardinis (1948- )

Giuseppe Petrilli, backline #2

The quote heading the post is from D. H. Lawrence's introduction to the privately printed unexpurgated Paris edition of Lady Chatterley's Lover: