#307) Fucking Art

#307) Fucking Art

So I’d written (in the last Art installment) about cavemen and women copulating to procreate. Meanwhile, they are trying to survive, trying to hunt beasts like the woolly mammoth and not become toe-jam. So that fucking has purpose. It’s purely procreation. It’s not recreation, as it also is today (though I’m sure it felt good, then as now). That distinction didn’t really come about until the modern era with the birth control pill. It opened the real possibility of frequent fucking for fun, but I’ve digressed…

Those primitive peoples wanted to try to insure that fucking made babies, so just as drawing on cave walls seemed to insure a profitable hunt, carving a fertility figure might guarantee a positive outcome. Art served a purpose!

Please look at these examples pictured. (I didn’t include some first ones that were round to the point of rotund, with huge tits, bellies, buttocks.)

These figures have more of an hourglass shape.

These figures are hot! I’m sure, if turned around, these figures were carved with exquisite bottoms.

And that’s where I connect to this topic. I discovered during puberty that my backside was the locus of my sexuality. Focus on my backside with spanking or anal play, or risk losing my interest. Focus on my locus or else. I see my fetish as an evolutionary progression, which has made me extremely sexual. Spanking makes me want to breed. I guess that I’m kind of unusual in that I’m flagrantly frank about that fact as a female. That’s why my writing gets the interest it does.

4 responses to “#307) Fucking Art”

  1. An old expression I read once—either in a Penthouse Variations or some such was “ an ass like Helen of Troy”. The rosy one you posted yesterday was a good candidate, and I imagine any of these statues seen from the posterior side would be as well. I googled a little and wasn’t able to paste the photo here, but I’ve long been a fan of WPA era sculptor Walter Williams’ “ Fountain of Youth” statue in its all marble ( granite?) bare-bottomed glory. The gown slipped down, her mask in hand.

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      • From my classes in the classics too long ago, I remember some quote about Helen asking, “Is this the face that launched a thousand ships and burned the topless towers of Illium?” If her face is that inspiring, imagine what her alabaster ass is like, her porcelain posterior, her marble motherfucker of a fanny…

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  2. Mr. Marlowe had Elizabethan company.
    WS( T&C):
    “ why she is a pearl whose face hath launched above a thousand ships and turn’d crown’d kings to merchants “

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