Discover Nyotaimori

Nyotaimori is the Japanese act of serving sashimi on the body of a nude woman. This pictorial by RJ Sart might be described as Nantaimori when the same practice uses a nude males model. However, this is a room with hungry women eating food off of a nude female. Perhaps this type food play may only be seen in America or on the pages of Love Socket.

See this stunning pictorial by RJ Sart NOW in issue 2 of Love Socket Magazine.

 

 

 

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Born to be Wild

For some of us there is an irrepressible draw to both danger and power. Hunter S. Thompson said in his book Hell’s Angels  “with the throttle screwed on there is only the barest margin, and no room at all for mistakes… that’s when the strange music starts, … fear becomes exhilaration … only sounds are the wind and a dull roar floating back from the mufflers.”

Combine that desire with a powerful and sexy woman and you are in for  one hell of a ride.

You can see Kim an IFBB Professional Woman’s Bodybuilder in the premiere issue of Love Socket Magazine.

Or check out the rest of this powerful photographic essay and more of the lovely Kim at toohotforprint.com .

 

Issue 2- Food availible by end of week

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A woman wearing a pink covered in custard (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The human needs for food and sex are very basic. When you eat you are using many of your  senses  at once. Its no mystery that the two can sometimes become intertwined combining into one mind blowing experience.

Food play can take on both a sexual and nonsexual role during erotic situations.

A display of food, the enjoyment of food preparation or even play centered around food can be highly erotic but nonsexual within itself.

It has been suggested that some foods may cause sexual arousal by simple consumption.

Other foods are sometimes used as a  replacement due to their  phallic shape or as a warm cavity to serve as  safe harbor for men in need of comfort.

Combining the two sensations are not restricted to private consumption either. This persuit of refreshment/pleasure can include drinks when imbibing liquid refreshment usually containing some form of alchol.

This second installment of Love Socket explores some of these topics as well as  others for the sake of  both art and pure adult enjoyment.

Enjoy the pages of this Food issue and stimulate your senses as you enjoy the art and talent of Atlanta artists and models. Find us on the web @loveSocket.com download for free and share @toohotforprint.com.

 

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Evolution Of Men’s Magazines

Men’s magazines were first printed in the early 20th century as a means to reproduce erotica by taking advantage of halftone printing to produce a more affordable and easier attainable product. These new magazines first appeared in France with images that were shocking for the time along with articles highlighting art and celebrating nudism.

By the 40’s men’s magazines captured the imagination of World War II soldiers by providing “pinups” to decorate their walls highlighting women’s legs and breasts.

The medium evolved into what we know today as men’s magazines with the rise of Playboy and Penthouse pushing the envelope with erotic depictions of women and publishing full frontal nudity with the inclusion of pubic hair.

The 90s saw men’s magazines  feature harder material including group sex, lesbianism and fetishes but the late 90s the traditional men’s magazine has been challenged by a new breed of publication  like FHM and Loaded with an emphasis on softcore photography.

Enter Love Socket