A little while ago, Nuts released a list of the 100 Sexiest Topless Babes as voted by you. This week, they published a list of the 100 Sexiest Babes of 2012, also as voted by you. We have to ask: do we need both, especially when Lucy Pinder is number one on both of them?
Has 2012 been the naughtiest year ever? How do you measure a thing like that? We suppose the best measurement is asking a well-endowed lad’s mag model how she felt about the year’s rudeness and then see if she blushes. Did Sophie Reade blush? Only when talking about “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
Who are these women? There’s a bunch of ‘em. They are Lucy Pinder, Frankie Essex, Danica Thrall, Emma Glover, Danielle Sharp, Lucy Harrold, Holly Peers, Nicole Neal, Holly Hagan, India Reynolds, Lacey Banghard, Stacey Poole, Imogen Thomas, Polly Parsons, Kelly Hall, Bianca Henry, Rhian Sugden, Laura Hogg, Arabella Drummond, Sophie Alexandra, Lucy Collett, Vicky Pattison, Chanelle Hayes, Danielle Sheeman, Billie Faiers, Gracie Lewis, Leah Francis, Sophie Reade, Jessica Kingham, and Rosie Jones.
In the December issue of Vanity Fair, Kate Moss talks about the painful fear and sadness that visited her during her early years of modeling. She specifically addresses the topless moments that made her famous and discusses how she cried and cried but went through with the shoots anyway. It’s absolutely wonderful that she’s chosen to go topless for the spread that goes with the article, and here’s why.
Golly, what can we possibly say about the decades upon decades of beautiful nude photography collected in this one issue of Vogue Russia? They win. That’s about it; they win the magazine game. We expected to see some great pictures by Helmut Newton, Richard Avedon, and Bruce Weber, but we didn’t expect to see a dozen more amazing names here and pictures that go back to 1934!
Sylvia Kristel, the original “Emmanuelle,” passed away in her sleep last night at the age of sixty. The world has lost an erotic icon–not to mention a mother, a lover, and an artist of many media–but her impact will always be felt, and her movies remain some of the greatest pieces of softcore cinema of all time.
One of our favorite things about the new year is that Jeff Koga does “The Adult Industry In Photos” for LAist and he gives Fleshbot all of the NSFW images. He’s like Santa! As always, we’re passing the nostalgia on to you, so get your tissues ready (for your tears).
So much happened in 2010, how will we remember it all? Well, all around boss photographer Jeff Koga presents 2010 in adult entertainment with a (surprisingly SFW) collection of his pictures. Let’s reminisce, shall we? Ah, yes, now we remember, 2010 had all those porn conventions, there were a bunch
Rosie Jones, Holly Peers, Lucy Pinder, and all your ladmag favorites pick their favorite photos from the past year. Spoiler alert: they tend to be the photos that almost show crotch. It’s quite the coincidence really, because those are our favorite photos, too! Well, except for that one pic of
Yesterday, the world lost one of the titans of topless magazines, Bob Guccione, founder of Penthouse. To honor the impact he’s had on our lives, and in thinking about the legacy he’s left behind, we’re checking out old magazine covers. When it started out, Penthouse was neither as classy as