⚽️ Monique East – the “Susie Sparks” of Hungary ðŸ‡­ðŸ‡º

Susie Sparks‘ career was short and the fallout was gigantic! When she retired in mid 1990s, she left a void in the industry. Plate sized areolas weren’t that easy to find! Luckily the fall of the Iron Curtain freed those endless ressources of boobfulness from Eastern Europe.

Monique East from Hungary was amongst them. She worked from the early 1990s for roughly a decade in the industry and her body of work is quite remarkable❗️

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Peggy Bosom – when Germany was still divided and unique

Before the fall of the Iron Curtain porn was officially allowed in West Germany. In European communist/socialist countries – including East Germany – it was prohibited. Some of the most homey, unique, sometimes weird, productions are from the 1980s. Those were different times in another century.

A one shot wonder from that era is credited as “Peggy Bosom” in the film “Devote Society”, located in a soft bizarre niche and presumably semi-professionally shot in the basement in one of these estabishments. Haha, those dialogs underlayed with classical music are priceless 😂👍

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The magic of beginning

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.

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A simple cultural sociological question

This project is operating within the functional system of boobage. We have two basic assumptions: (i.) our particular perspective from a boobastic point of view does not represent the entire world – and (ii.): one can look at the entire world from a particular perspective.

The other day we looked back to the 1990s after the fall of the iron curtain and how the enormous ressources of boobfulness in the Slavic cultural area contributed to western civilisation. In the 2010s we’ve heard from another liberation movement in North Africa: the so called “Arab Spring”. Millions came since then across the Mediterranean to the Western world. The simple and all-important cultural sociological question is: where is their contribution to the world of boobfullness?

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