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Can’t Get Enough by Gena Showalter

Originally published on: December 4, 2017

So you guys, I am in love with Gena Showalter’s original heartbreakers series. This is the final book (for now, hopefully) in the series and it couldn’t have been more perfect!! 152 more words

Adult Romance Novel

Christmas magazine ad of the day

What more can I say? This ad would have appeared in Playboy magazine, so who was actually buying the magazine for who as a gift? If your wife saw this ad and bought the magazine subscription…lucky you. 33 more words

Poetry

Vanessa White's jungle showers bag her six-figure offer to pose for Playboy

Vanessa White may have been the fourth campmate to be voted off I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, but that hasn’t dented her chances at worldwide fame. 381 more words

Showbiz

Diva Spotlight #24: Dolly Castro

Miss us a little? Miss us a lot? We missed you right back and really couldn’t think a better way to return this week. We are going to take a look at an amazing woman that literally embodies EVERYTHING we try to present here at the Spotlight and is a stellar example of the power of positivity and really just the type of warm, decent human being we should all aspire to be.  559 more words

BACK IN PRINT: TRIBUTE MARILYN MONROE THE COMIC BOOK

On This Day: 1953 Hugh M. Hefner publishes 1st edition of Playboymagazine, featuring Marilyn Monroe as the magazine’s 1st centerfold.

BACK IN PRINT THIS WEEK! 139 more words

Are we not men?

It’s been a tough autumn for men in America. For weeks now, hardly a day goes by when the name of another prominent man isn’t splashed across the headlines, accused by one or more women (and sometimes by men) of making unwanted, often-crude sexual advances, in some cases many years ago. 2,705 more words

Pornography - Prostitutes' writings

Pornography; printed or visual material containing the sexual content.

Pornography, it’s a controversial subject, but where does it come from? Well, the word anyway. Pornography is word which can be traced back to 1843 in the English language, where it referred, specifically to ‘sexually obscene paintings’, it came from the Greek word ‘pornographos’, which combined two words; ‘porne’ meaning ‘prostitute’, and ‘graphein’ meaning ‘to’ write’. 19 more words

Etymology