How to describe a female breast 3: Questionary

Yesterday, I explored the idea of describing breasts through analogies. This has the advantage of immediately evoking an idea without my having to go far as a writer. Plus, it’s a poetic way that doesn’t go into too much detail. But if you are serious about trying to put the shape of a breast into … Continue reading How to describe a female breast 3: Questionary

How to describe a female breast 2: ANALOGIES

While searching for a systematic description of the shapes that breasts can take, I came across the Italian sexologist Piero Lorenzoni. His list of breast shapes mostly refers to analogies with fruit. Piero Lorenzoni and his publications Lorenzi is little known in Germany. He has published numerous books on eroticism in his homeland since the … Continue reading How to describe a female breast 2: ANALOGIES

How to describe A Female breast 1: Introduction

Breasts have a dull existence in erotic literature, especially among self-publishers. They are big. And round. They look great. Of course, they do. In the English-speaking world, they are mostly “gorgeous,” shall mean magnificent, dreamlike, beautiful. As a woman, such clichés make me want to vomit. And not out of envy. The images that are … Continue reading How to describe A Female breast 1: Introduction

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EROTICISM AND PORNOGRAPHY

What is the difference between eroticism and pornography? I think of Reiner Kunze. In his book “The lovely years,” he tells of the uproar that the film “The Legend of Paul and Paula” caused in his town at the time. The film was accused of being pornography. Yet naked skin was actually nothing special in … Continue reading THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EROTICISM AND PORNOGRAPHY

The function of physical details: Imogen’s liver spot

For days now, I can’t get a liver spot out of my mind. Now it is not so that I would not have already seen many liver spots, quite also at piquant places. In this respect, I am a bit surprised that this image has haunted me since I first read about it. But there … Continue reading The function of physical details: Imogen’s liver spot

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