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Sexing up machines or machining up sex?

Sexing up machines or machining up sex?
Honey Thief by I Guyjin.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Answers. Oh, and Girls with Knives


Hi out there in computer land. I don't know if anyone reads this but it is time to answer a year's worth of rhetorical questions. 

You like this stuff because you are genetically programmed to. Males, and its mostly males who look at it, have inbuilt visual triggers. Large breasts make healthy offspring. Big hips store fat for periods of poor hunting. Long legs means faster running after food or away from trouble. Smallish waist - not overburdened. The list goes on but suffice to say, most of the fantasy art involves exaggeration of one or all of these attributes. The recent trend for super slims has resulted in a massive increase in breast augmentation to surgically implant an attribute. Historically, most art that is appreciated over a long period involves pictures loaded with the above physical proportions. I just enjoy them and don't bother why I do.

 Okay, sorry for that little interlude, thought I'd answer for you. Here are some girls with knives. I've thrown in a few scary ones. Enjoy.












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1 comment:

  1. Yay for curvaceous women! I do not like the way "beauty" is portrayed in the western society. It all ends up looking rather mannish. Not that I'm opposed to androgyny, I just don't think it suits women all that well. As for your biological outlook on the shape of women and the male attraction, why on earth has society made beauty so shapeless? It makes no sense to have tall and lanky models with no real 'substance' or shape to them. It takes these extraordinary measures to make it as a model today, but they are not a good representation of what women are truly like in the real world.
    I guess, as a woman, one of the reasons I like female fantasy art is because the models used for these are more realistic than what is pumped out in magazines today. That is, aside from the extremely large busts and other extreme features of the art like heavily built musculature (which is also mannish). At least the musculature is somewhat attainable if desired, and large breasts is attainable for minimum a small portion of the female life cycle by having babies. Shaving bone off your hips and stretching yourself to be 6 foot tall is not.

    /end rant =P

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