From a boobastic point of view, you’re not looking someone in the face at the first place. Some people don’t like it. But that’s only because a lack of understanding in the functional system of boobfulness. Once you’ve attained that knowledge you may sighingly utter: well, that’s just the way it is …
That being said, you will understand why Honey Moons (*1974) and Tabatha Towers (*1968) repeatedly have been considered as sisters, even though in fact they aren’t. It’s all a question of focus and perspective and you cannot judge someone by his perspective – all you can do, is judge someone from a perspective within the limits of the specific perspective.
Found this picture the other day on twitter and responded something like, “no, dates are in colour these days!”.
Then I thought it would be fun, to do a continuation of our article “The puffies phenomenon” with puffies personas from back in the days, when people only existed in black and white 😉
There is no other big boobs model in the industry I know with a body of work as multitudinous as Candy Samples (*1928). Her thread in the Vintage Erotica Forum is no less than 150 sites long. She played on every side: exotic dancing, nude photography and videography, pornography and occasional appearances in b-movies like “Flesh Gordon” (1974).
Her boobastic body (of work) – ambiguity intended – to me is the emdodiment of what German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche called “The Übermensch” transformend into the functional system of boobage.
We’ve compared the early stages of pornography on an industrial level in the Western world of the late 1960s/ early 1970s with the time directly after the fall of the iron curtain in the former Soviet Bloc of the early 1990s. Those days were in more than one way breathless, consuming and not sustainable.
In the West there was a time before that. Distribution of porn on an industrial level was still prohibited. Andy Warhols “Blue Movie” (1969) is considered the first adult movie depicting explicit sex to receive wide theatrical release in the USA. It is often forgotten that the triumph of pornography marked the end of an era: the era of the exotic dancers and topless models of the 1950s and 1960s. That was the Golden Age of photographing and filming boobfulness and like we’ve postulated the other day: from a boobastic point of view porn is non-essential.