Friday, May 22, 2009

Sex Theme Dance Party Song List

"Get Naked" Britney Spears
"Nasty Boys" Janet Jackson
"Milkshake" Kelis
"Me So Horny" 2LiveCrew
"My Neck, My Back" Khia
"I Like to F*ck" Young Hot Rod
"Maneater" Nelly Furtado
"Oh La La" GoldFrapp
"Head" Prince
"Shake That" Spank Rock

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Oh The Hilarity: Cosby Show Porn Spoof

This is golden.

Illustrator of the Month - May

Whoops! I missed April. Oops. No nudity this month, still haven't figured out what site to use to host my naughty images.

Susan Burghart is an illustrator originally from Ellensburg, Washington and a graduate of Central Washington University. Susan worked as a graphic designer for about seven years for her alma mater. During this time she relied on doing a lot of vector illustration to spruce up various layouts. Susan was also doing some freelance graphic design and illustration on the side. After receiving unexpected attention and commissions for illustration work, Burghart started to think more seriously about pursuing illustration full-time. In 2005 she went back to school to study illustration, receiving a Master's Degree with Distinction in Illustration from Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts, London.

I love her illustration style - you can tell she is a graphic designer by trade - her use of typography is top-notch and works as an accent to her designs rather than stand out as an afterthought.






Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Debunking Myths about Child Nudity

A contentious issue to say the very least...

Read a great article on the topic here:

Sample Quotes:
"The prime myth is that all photographs of child nudity are illegal. This is no longer in the background but considered a specific "fact." In early April, Ruth Marcus of The Washington Post left no doubt: "Nude photos of minors -- even if the minor is you --are child pornography."

What about those tweens taking shots of themselves for Myspace? I'm not saying I think it is the best idea, but why should the law be able to stop a woman from expressing her sexuality?

"We encourage sexist beauty pageants that sexualize young girls while we vilify their non-sexualized unclothed portraits in a project with proven therapeutic value. We engage in abstinence-led sex education despite convincing evidence that it doesn't work."

When will sexuality become a healthy normal thing? Why is human sexuality, and the expression of it, always negative? In art we learned the difference between nudity and nakedness. What I like to call Hyper-Fear-ism is ruining the world, one censorship at a time.

Just think of all the great art the world would be without, if the censors had their way.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Miss Pole Dancer 2009

My goodness, I can't even fathom how some of these moves are even possible.