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Erotica versus Porn
Erotica versus Porn
What's your definition of it? Roman era is very 'hardcore' as it shows penetration, but it's only paintings and carvings so is that erotica or porn?
Vintage (pre-1920's) can be very 'hardcore' with penetration, but is normally only nudes. However, since they're photographs are they porn, or just erotica?
Middle Ages and Renaissance arts are drawings and paintings, many by the "masters" of their respective arts. They're 'hardcore' for their time period but are pretty much just nudity - very few are actual "full on" kind of depictions. Does that keep them firmly in erotica versus porn?
Do the definitions of Porn and Erotica change to fit the times they're viewed at? IE, Hustler today is porn but in 20 years time it won't be? Must like Playboy is now more acceptable than it was when it came out? Or, is something permanently porn (or erotica) if it's put into that category at any time?
Personally I think both porn and erotica have their places. Depending on my mood is the kind of image I want to see...what's your take?
I'm no model lady. A model's just an imitation of the real thing. - Mae West
6/19/2006 6:26 am
I think the difference is very feeble and only lies in the timing, rather than its being explicit or not. Porn don't have time to waste, and usually porn girls will open their porn legs immediately after every gross joke of porn guys, no matter how gross they are. While porn guys will consider it absolutely normal that married porn women will grab their cock before even saying "hi" in 1) a porn car, 2) a porn lift, 3) a porn office, 4) a porn church, 5) a porn alley and many other unusual places.|
Just clock the length of porn foreplay... a boiled fish stare that should pass as alluring, a kiss on the neck, 5 seconds of tongues intertwining, a dozen licks at her nipples. Stop. After that a blowjob 95% of the times (cunnilingus the remaining 5%... well, at least in real life you are luckier)