“Because dear sweet mother of pearl would it just cock up that whole hat if a woman ever got the hots for a guy because he had a five-o-clock shadow, killer cheekbones, gnarly forearms, soft hands, a quirky sense of humor, an ass to die for, a poet’s voice, a forever gaze, a languid, hip-twisting, arm-swinging walk, a healthy attitude, a plummy cock and figgy balls that fit perfectly in her hands, a kind and confident way with people and animals, all the time in the world for her aaaannnnddd… totally similar income, work habits, and long-term benefits.”—http://www.realadultsex.com/archives/2009/03/sociobiology_and_the_nosex_class_rules_of_desire.html
Long ago, maybe before I was born, women began to forget what a naked man looked like.
I never heard what the cause was. Perhaps it was some kind of punishment. Perhaps it was a consequence of a social change, whose ramifications no one realized. But somehow, women forgot what it was like to run fingers over a bristle of hair or to take a nipple between their teeth that wasn’t attached to a breast. Only the gay men managed to remember.
Today, hardly any straight women remember what a man looks like. Instead, they get off on videos of bonobos, and no woman would ever seriously entertain the thought that a man can smell good. Only women can be good looking, they say with perfectly straight faces. Only women can be desirable.
Then, afewpeoplebegan to remember. But when they went to the internet, Google refused to give them the pictures of hot naked slave boys they craved. When they typed in “naked man tied up”, they got naked women tied up. When they typed in “naked men swimming”, they got all kinds of pictures except a single clear shot of a gorgeous ripped body shooting through the water. If they were going to be able to find what they needed to get off, they were going to have to dig.
Pretty Pictures for Mostly Straight Women is for women—bored women, kinky women, horny women, girlfriends and mothers—who want to look at sexy pictures of men of every body type. We’re reminding people what a wonderful thing a naked man can be, one picture at a time.