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  • Tim { And keeping them hydrated, it seems. } – Jul 23, 7:37 AM
  • Sni { Che Lives! } – Jul 23, 3:20 AM
  • Sni { "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle" I always remember that quote but I have no idea who came up with it. } – Jul 23, 3:18 AM
  • Sni { I really love this cover art, Thanks for sharing it with us. } – Jul 23, 3:15 AM
  • Sni { I remember buying the first issue of Devilina some years ago, I still have it. I've always thought of it as a really poor knock off of the Warren Comics magazines especially Vampirella on the part of Martin Goodman, but... } – Jul 23, 3:11 AM
  • sizedsmall { The very first erotic image I saw was one of those Nazi female dominatrix magazines. I must've been very very young, but I remember being strangely attracted to the image on the cover. Now I collect femdom erotic art like... } – Jul 22, 9:30 PM
  • Rick { Super idea, will check it out. Thanks. } – Jul 22, 8:06 PM
  • Rick { Very Cute ! } – Jul 22, 8:03 PM
  • Throne { I love that he's been kissing and leaving lip prints on her well defined muscles. Talk about role reversal! } – Jul 22, 7:28 PM
  • Johnny { I am trying to identify why women (females in general) look "evil" or "Kinky" with a smoldering cigarette? } – Jul 22, 7:06 PM
  • martin { hm j'adore } – Jul 22, 11:17 AM
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Humbled Male

Submission can often become peaceful even if a little confusing and overwhelming.

Bernard Montorgueil Humbled Submissive Male

Originally posted 2010-05-22 06:43:08. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

2 comments to Humbled Male

  • I like to see these unfamiliar Montorgueils. Thanks, Richard. This is a particularly nice one…and it’s almost as if he is portraying a Barbara Steele type of female, although I know he did these pictures long before Miss Steele ever came on the scene. They’re from the 30s and 40s, right?

    The streak of white in her hair reminds me of the coiffures in two classic horror films: Bride of Frankenstein, and Blood of Dracula. The latter film, from the 50s (you’ve probably seen it), was interesting in that it had lesbian overtones with a older female mad scientist at a girls’ school taking control of an unruly, unhappy new student. I recently saw it for the first time and was amazed at its subtext, like something out of a paperback illustrated by Stanton or Bilbrew.

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