Pin-Up: From Objectification to EmpowermentIn researching the history of pin up art I found that before there were the “centerfold girls” there were the “pin-up calendar girls” – the semi-nude young women in lingerie whose photographs adorned calendars sold semi-legally from under the counters of gas stations and truck stops.More Like This
Wed Feb 01, 2011, 11:00 PM
In researching the history of pin up art I found that before there were the “centerfold girls”
there were the “pin-up calendar girls” – the semi-nude young women in lingerie whose photographs
adorned calendars sold semi-legally from under the counters of gas stations and truck stops
To inspire.(Little long, but hopefully you'll read)More Like This
When I first sold LMS to Paramount, a lot of people asked me: "How much money did you get?" "You're probably rich now, right?"
I mean, the solid gold mansion I bought was just a little gift to myself...but...
Ever since I was little, I've known I wanted to draw. From the day my parents put a pencil in my hand, this was my future. I just knew it, I had that gut feeling. So I stuck to it, and thankfully it took me to heights I'd have never imagined possible. Now with my new book Redemption heading off to studios soon for a hopeful movie package, I can't wait to see where this new road takes me.
That said, there's something else that tops all of this.
The other night I went out to visit my girlfriend's cousin and her family. Incredibly kind people with very sweet kids. Other than the two parents, there were 3 kids, but the one who caught my interest was the eight-year old boy, Diego.
Diego, shy, tiny, slender, reminded me of myself when I was his a
Is shota/lolicon Legal in the US?We have had several people complaning about how what we like is sick, preverted, and/or illegal. Well one of our members found this as a refute to those complaints. I hope you'll all take a moment to read this. Including those who are not in the club.More Like This
Is lolicon Illegal in the USA?
October 17th, 2005
Is lolicon illegal in the USA? And how come some people like it?
On April 16, 2002, the US Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit overturned the 1996 Child Pornography Prevention Act, determining that it was unconstitutional because it was too vague. The Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996 outlawed any material resembling child pornography, regardless of whether the material was actually obscene or actually involved real children. The ninth circuit appeals court determined that the 1996 act ignored the 1973 Miller vs. California ruling defining the legal status of obscenity, and failed to acknowledge the 1982 New York vs. Ferber ruling on the protection of ch