When I think about the classic hourglass figure I usually conjure up images of Marylin Monroe and her famous hip-to-waist ratio. Women looked different in the 50s, I guess it was before looking like a smack addict who hasn’t slept or eaten in five days became the fashion. So it’s nice that girls like Eve Angel and Jenni(who incidentally don’t use the horse) still have those kinds of figures and look damn fine showing them off!
According to a new study “career women are less likely to have hourglass figures due to the stress associated with their jobs,” and that working women these days tend to carry fat around their stomachs not their hips. Nice how they make these studies for us huh? Makes you feel like a hundred dollars. I mean women spend decades fighting sexual discrimination in the work place to be accepted as equals amongst men, only to be told that being a career woman makes you fat. Then they get bombarded with photoshopped images of tubular celebrities who have all-day everyday to work-out and exercise their bodies under the supervision of their own personal trainer, Manuel the gay Spaniard, who has a bronzed body and abs that could grate cheese, and who is also teaching them the flamenco in his spare time.
Be happy in your body girls! If you feel beautiful the fact is others will normally see you that way.
Here’s Jenni again, who has a new photoset on the site. There’s something about this girl, lush curves, bubble-butt, dark nipples, perky boobs, beautiful face. But then again there is something about all the girls I work with which causes the hairs to stand, the blood to flow and the loins to stir.
These are some softer highlights of a nice solo video I filmed of her. The full video can be seen on the website or on the Unfaithful 4 DVD (also available on DVD.)
Here’s another requested blog topic, and one which I think a lot of people would agree with, natural open-leg shots of beautiful girls where they are not spreading their pussy open with both hands. It’s debatable, but it’s almost the point where something artistic becomes crude or pornographic. I suppose it’s a fine line.
I like variety, but I’m also a big fan of more naturalistic erotic pictures, as opposed to the mens magazine style where the girls are more often than not too heavily made-up, and are put into rude positions in which they are either grinning unbearably or making an orgasmic-pleasure face while spreading their pussy lips wide apart. Don’t get me wrong I like nice poses, I like smiles and sexy faces, I just like it done more naturally, and especially with no airbrushing or physical manipulations done to alter the girls natural beauty.