Today's frigging females are the work of Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama (b. 1945). We begin with this rather straightforward, for him, lady enjoying herself, wrapped in a politically incorrect fur coat. I have known several girls who enjoy a frig when lying on fur or sheepskin. You have to be careful not to get any emissions or secretions in the fur or wool, they tell me, however!
Sorayama attended Chuo art school in Tokyo, graduating in 1968 whereupon he got a job working at an advertising agency. This be-stockinged lady is having fun by rubbing her pussy with the crotch of her knickers, something one of my ex girlfriends enjoyed doing as she would not touch herself with her fingers. I watched her do it once (just once; she was very shy about admitting to it) and it really was an arousing sight.
Sorayama's big break came when a friend wanted to use a C3PO robot image for an advertisement but couldn't get the necessary legal clearance so Sorayama created a similar robot. It was the first of many robots he would draw. A lot of Sorayama's pin-up art (as he refers to it - he is a big fan of traditional pin-ups) involve bondage elements (something the Japanese seem very keen on) but fortunately this lady's hand is free. I have had several lady friends who enjoy bondage and it shocked me, as someone brought up in a largely all female household, that they wanted me to do this to them, initially.
Sorayama's book Sexy Robot appeared in 1983 and his erotic female robots spread his fame around the world. This multiple finger penetrating ballerina also includes another Sorayama favourite element; a snake, no doubt inspired by the ribbons on her ballet shoes which always induce thoughts (at least with me!) of a touch of bondage.
In 1984 Sorayama published his first book of pin-ups called (with a flash of creative brilliance) Pin-Up and led to him being contacted by both Playboy and Penthouse to provide illustrations. Most of these more graphic pictures appeared in Penthouse in the nineties. I knew one girl who started masturbating by penetrating her anus with her finger and know a number who like to add anal play when they masturbate, which is odd as women don't have a prostate. However, there are lost of tingling nerves in the perineum and the anus so perhaps it is more bout tickling the entrance rather than deeper penetration.
Inserting objects (carefully!) adds to the fun and this lady has obviously stuffed some beads up inside her in preparation, perhaps, for pulling them out slowly. The first object insertion shown on the pages of Penthouse had Gina LaMarca, in January 1995, likewise having a string of beads stuffed up inside her pussy. Pop, pop, pop go my particular friend Sophie's rather larger beads as she pulls them out at the critical moment.
Whether Sorayama painted women pissing because he liked it himself or whether he did it because Bob Guccione liked it, there were quite a few pissing pin ups portrayed in his Penthouse pictures (what a lot of Ps!). This lady is letting herself go while diddling her clitoris. The depiction of this sort of activity is quite common in today's porn largely, I suspect, because it provides filmmakers with a visual equivalent of male ejaculation. I was rather surprised when a lady first did this (accidentally) when I was engaged in an intimate act with her, It will feature in my next episode of The Chronicles of Triple P!