Exploring the functional system of boobage, there is no way to overlook Susie Sparks (*1961) and of course she’s prominently mentioned here in another article about the areolas phenomenon already.
I’ve deeply studied boobology but yet I still don’t know what it is exactly with wide areolas. It’s a thing. Biologically the nipple is indispensable, not the areolas. Anyway it’s the areolas that catches most attention from a boobastic point of view.
In the old century (the 20th) the Japanese erotic market was relatively closed. That was in parts because of the language barrier. The other thing is, that the pixelization (in Japan it is prohibited by law to show human genitalia in porn) irritates Western consumers. Things changed with the internet: (i.) accessibility of Japanese productions became easier and (ii.) a true boobsman is focused on those things and not on (pixelized) genitalia.
Since then we have manifestations of boobfulness in Japan that have names: Hitomi Tanaka, Fuko (P-Chan), Kanae, An Katajima, Mirumiru Kurumi, Ria Sakuragi and many others. About the world’s leading productions in the laction niche we’ve done a blog here recently. And Japan’s one and only Yumiko Matsui inspired us to another voluptuous contemplation.
And then came Kaori, oh, Kaori, Kaori! Kaori for Star! (You know where that quote is from? -Tell us!)
The earliest phenomenon of boobfulness I came across, is the Venus of Willendorf, a tiny statuette of a curvy female, roughly 25.000 years old.
Then I was for a short time into that skinny type. “Burschikos” sagt man im Deutschen – die AfD-Vorsitzende wäre ein gutes Beispiel. Then I lost all erotical interests for 10.000s of years. Next thing I remember is Susie Sparks (*1961) being all over the place in the 1980s.
That was a profound manifestation of boobfulness. Just look at those vast areolas – ohmyboobness! I was impressed and started researching for similar phenomenons in the world of boobs.
And surely I made my finds …