Personally, I find video porn kind of limiting. My erotic imagination is simultaneously vast and very specific and I feel like videos are just too prescriptive. But I just prefer written erotica to visual porn, probably because it lets my imagination go wherever it wants to.
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Razzle is a British softcore pornographic magazinefounded inpublished by Paul Raymond Publications. It currently focuses on the girl-next-door style pornographyoffering cash for any photos of "readers' wives" printed; in the past, however, several notable glamour models were featured, including minor celebrity Joanne Guest. It also includes the traditional "true" stories.
Raymond, 82, once dubbed the King of Soho, opened the only premises in Britain to stage live striptease shows in The son of a Liverpool haulage contractor, he accrued his wealth by snapping up property in Soho and west London as prices dropped in the s. Born Geoffrey Anthony Quinn, he was raised in Glossop, Derbyshire, and left school at 15, determined to break into showbusiness.
This is my exclusive peek inside a piece of antique furniture that, for many decades, has been privately known to the department's staff as "the Porn Cupboard". This is where stacks of racy and disturbing pictures, regarded as unfit for public attention, have traditionally been kept out of sight. The British Museum has a strict duty to preserve objects - even pornographic ones - for posterity.
Updated: May 3, Norwich based artist, Emilia Symis's debut exhibition is a tantalizing collection of grime and glamour. Showing at Nunnsyard 30 March - 2 April
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He was He had been in ill health for years, his company, the Paul Raymond Organization, said in announcing his death. As much as any individual, Mr. Raymond was credited, or disparaged, for taking sex out of the dark corners of British life in the postwar era and turning it into highly profitable entertainment with his London clubs and glossy nude magazines.