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July 15, 2003

18 and Over Only, Please

Friedrich --

Ero-blogging bliss, here. Who knew Portuguese could be such a sexy-looking language? Maybe life in Brazil actually is as hedonistic as the tourist ads make it out to be. And, hey, if this blog really is by a woman, as it claims to be, then there go every single one of my theories about the differences between the way women and men react to erotica. Don't neglect to scroll to the bottom of the screen -- a little way up is a long posting in English.



posted by Michael at July 15, 2003


I didn't find that page really very erotic at all. I think it's just plain smut with low to mid range production value.

Surely at this point a site on the internet pandering to the tastes of most men isn't shocking to you? I severly doubt that women are the target audience of that page!

For some actual erotica, go check out an Andrew Blake movie.

Posted by: David Mercer on July 21, 2003 7:30 PM

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