Saturday, July 22, 2006

Fleshbot and French Pictures

Last week, I returned home from my visit with family down South. I kissed the kids goodbye and with just one day in the city, I put on a suit for dinner, had sex with some friends, and dumped out my suitcase, only to repack and head off for Paris.

Vacations take some doing.

The heat followed me to Europe. As did the smut: I'm looking at a lot of art, and goodness, the sex abounds. I mean, will you look at this?



Thomas Couture, Les Romains de la Decadence, 1847



Alexandre Cabanel, Naissance de Venus, 1863



Edouard Manet, Le dejeuner sur l'herbe, 1863

Public nudity, orgies and languid nudes; why, I can't help but feel homesick.

Even surrounded by dirty pictures, I remember that you enjoy dirty words. Here are links to my most recent Sex Blog Roundups for Fleshbot.

Last week, we revisited l'amour. This week, we pay hommage to those who try new things.

Remember, my Sex Blog Roundups appear at Fleshbot each weekend; you can start the week right with those of my colleague, la belle Chelsea Girl.

I'm back with new posts after the first of the month.

Cherchez les femmes, et les hommes, mes amis.







7 comments:

rose said...

"....dumped my suitcase....."

you messed up the nice clean apartment i left, didn't you? all that hard work, down the tubes......... ;-)

Anonymous said...

You clean up real nice.

DevilBlueDress said...

Try new things...
Oh I'm about to do that...
But I wonder who reads will know what I mean.

I'm not as clear when I write...
Had to laugh.

exile said...

*gasp!*

i can see that woman's bosoms!

that's just naughty

Crisis Girl said...

I've seen Le dejeuner sur l'herbe in person as well, last fall and it was one of my favorites. Enjoy Paris, and be sure to photograph Winged Victory..that statue is just gorgeous!

la petite dévergondée said...

Love, didnt you know that we French are dirty little people? I mean look at my writing and photography...and this is most of the tame stuff. lol

big kisses -la petite

Juno Henry said...

I've always loved "Le Dejeuner sur L'herbe". I love that it caused so much controversy when it was painted.

I'm all about the controversy, me. Hee.