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Femdom Sunday at the New York Post!

15 Jul

The New York Post is a pretty interesting tabloid on Sunday, with lots of well-written reviews and editorials. And this Sunday the paper has a real BDSM, femdom slant. The cover story in the Pulse section is about Anne Hathaway as Catwoman in the new Batman flick, and runs this photo (among several):

On page 3 we learn that women are smarter than men…science proves it:

Batman kneels in front of Catwoman in a comic strip panel reproduced on page 38:

A column about the media fallout from the “mommy porn” bestselling smut sensation Fifty Shades of Grey also runs a leggy shot of Ashley Greene, and talks about the new mainstream interest in BDSM from soccer moms. (And think about it: the triumph of a porn novel written by a woman is a femdom kind of triumph, even though the book is about female sexual submissiveness. As far as I know, no penis-bearing writer has ever hit the top of the bestseller lists with an outright erotic novel.)

And top it all, the Post presents on page 23 the photographic piece de resistance for lovers of giantesses, always a popular femdom sub-fetish: a Getty Images pic of a man crossing his hands near his crotch and standing in a test tube held by an enormous, steely-eyed, analytical woman!

And to think we New Yorkers used to have to go to fetish bookstores to glimpse stuff like this! 😉

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3 responses to “Femdom Sunday at the New York Post!

  1. Ayesha

    July 15, 2012 at 9:23 pm

    Re: Intelligence.
    – Time to read http://www.psychometrics.cam.ac.uk/page/109/beyond-the-flynn-effect.htm
    – Think wisdom instead

    Re: 50 shades
    – Lmao!
    – Being applauded by the masses doesn’t make something right, truthful, or resembling r/l.
    – Read http://lkfemdomfantasy.blogspot.com/2012/06/50-shades-of-gaaaahhh.html

     
    • irvoneil

      July 16, 2012 at 3:54 pm

      Re: Being applauded by the masses doesn’t make something right, truthful, or resembling r/l.

      Never said it did. Was just reporting that the stories and pictures and info existed in that particular edition of the newspaper, in contrast to the days when stuff like that was relegated to adult bookstores.

       
  2. Ayesha

    July 16, 2012 at 7:36 pm

    Yes, like always, we’ve come a long way.

     

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