Unscathed Corpse – The Delicious Deli of Porn Blogs

January 26, 2015
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Unscathed Corpse - The Delicious Deli of Porn Blogs

My Polish photographer friend Urszulla Zcygliewicz told me about this site. I knew I was onto something interesting when I read the banner:

Unscathed Corpse is a collection of curious, weird, sexiest, funny, crazy and interesting sites. You can call it ‘subliminal porn.’ Sometimes it’s fetish, sometimes it’s glamour but everything is art. Art and parody. Underground culture with humor…”

Promises! Promises! Right? Art and inspiration are everywhere, if we have the eye to see it with. At any rate, open up Unscathed Corpse (NSFW) and you’ll find hundreds of sites, something for pretty much every taste. I kept thinking of all the brilliant rich food at Zabar’s Delicatessen at 80th street and Broadway on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. All kinds of good stuff to overwhelm your senses. Here’s a random sampling:

Sex (Not Sex): For those of you who like your porn naughty, but nice… The intro images are a real slap in the retina. A humorous shot of Kate Moss in chic, super-tight, gold lamé pants with her crossed elbows hiding her tétas as she stands in front of a gigantic 7ft tall glass of bubbling champagne. Kate, who so-o often looks bored and junkie-anorectic, kind of seems interested here. An artist named Lust Créma has a photo essay on spying on a horny next-door neighbor. Some sexy old-school-style illustrations by Enoch Bolles and a beautiful porn drawing of Pablo Picasso catching himself in fragrant delicti, on the job, so to speak, with his fellow artiste Angél Fernandez de Soto.

Naktemädchen: Exquisitely beautiful runway models in singular porn poses. Can a drop-dead gorgeous young lady really look demure and haughty with her vagina spread and a veiny cock in her mouth? You’ll be amazed. We’ve come a long way since Helmut Newton. My dad would be speechless

Hair-Pulling Sex: Not really my cup of tea, fetish-wise, but here are some cleverly arranged photographic and short vid essays in a ‘sado-maso-lite’ line. I mean, so many folks have extensions now; if you’re a model, you could end up pulling too hard and falling down with nothing but extensions in your hand.

Bored Panda: And then there’s Bored Panda which has no visible porn, but lots of socially responsible art and political questions artists should ask themselves. These people definitely need a humor injection, although a lot of the art represented is first-rate. Atypical is a photo essay called ”20+ Shocking Photos Showing How Bad Pollution in China Has Become.” Viewing this one should not follow the consumption of a large meal. Then again, as my friend the painter David Krueger always says: “There’s no way you can work with Elie Wiesel’s material and turn him into a comedian”.

FFFFOUND! is a web service which encourages users to post their own images, but to also share those of other favorites. A good way for artists and enthusiasts to find each other all over the world. The accompanying texts in blogs are often interesting because they’re often concerned with complex arguments over ownership and remuneration.

Unscathed Corpse - The Delicious Deli of Porn Blogs

Web Sniper: In the realm of the tripped-out, there’s is a Japanese blender of soft care/S&M and manga that offers up the usual weird cultural mishmash of  clichéd images morphed  via Photoshop or other sleight of hand into something on the cusp of pain, mutilation and fatal orgasm. I can’t read Japanese but the pictures are mighty interesting.

Viviane’s Sex Corner is a kind of New York hipster’s classified announcement blog tooled for, amongst others, the “BDSM, swinger, alternative gender, LGBTQ, sex-activist, sex educator, nudist, sex-magic, polyamory, Pagan, radical faerie, tantra, sex-blogger, porn, pervert and sex-worker communities.” I’m really curious concerning what in the Sam Hill is a ‘polyamory’ or a ‘radical faerie.’ Is it something like Suki Stackhouse’s affliction on True Blood?

One thing I’ve noticed a lot here is the relentless ripping-off of the Teutonic S&M Lite styling of the late great Helmut Newton. One guy who does French greeting card versions of the master is Jean-Paul Four. If you really like them, I strongly suggest a dose of the original off Fluffy Lychees, which is a way cool site every which way, and call me in the morning.

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