Death rates — SovietMen

Some time ago I tried looking up total death rates for different countries to get a mathematical view of Covid’s impact. Curiously, one of the countries that compiles and releases its data first is Sweden. What I found was so interesting that this post will only consider Covid in passing as it investigates broader trends. […]

Death rates — SovietMen

Word from the Dark Side – stirring the melting pot, striking a pose, squeezed to zero and the Sirens of divorce — SovietMen

Heaven’s Gonna Burn Your Eyes from the 2002 Thievery Corporation album, The Richest Man in Babylon. I recall liking this song more than the whole album but relistening now, the album’s pretty good it you’re into that sort of thing. An indigenous academic apologizes for calling a report into African crime ‘racist’ after being informed […]

Word from the Dark Side – stirring the melting pot, striking a pose, squeezed to zero and the Sirens of divorce — SovietMen

Flashback Friday – Bodyshaping

Some of the comments over at SigmaFrame

https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2021/05/05/cultural-influences/

The difference between a 7 body in 1995 and a 7 body now is muscle tone/firmness/tightness. The 1995 body was more or less designed to look great in clothes, and fine in a bathing suit, but most girls did not have what were then called “bikini bodies” — even most 7s didn’t. The bikini body was a specific type of look, a much more toned body look overall than the average “hot” woman had in 1990-1995. In 1995, there were some girls who looked better with clothes than they did without, and some who looked better without than with, but since most girls wear clothes more than they are naked, most girls went for a look that looked better in clothes (including most “hot” girls in that era as well).

brought this to mind for me.

I seem to remember the brunette with the straight hair as being a personal favorite.

While I agree that the “fit look” is more popular today, I really don’t think that much has changed with how women are judged physically by men. T & A is what men want and have always wanted. Women’s fashion hasn’t changed that at all.

Remember to concentrate on the chest area.