SEXY LITTLE NUMBERS

Подпись: Dress like an Egyptian Ancient Egyptian women with polished shaved heads were considered attractive and feminine at a time when cleanliness was of paramount importance. Carrying a cone of scented grease on the head was popular with Egyptian women in 1400BC. The oils dripped on to the skin and clothing, making them shiny and fragrant. When Cleopatra met Mark Antony she was well prepared to get her man, dressed as Venus and accompanied by fanflapping boys in Cupid costumes. They had sex for days.

Dressing to impress can play a big part in a seduction ritual, with fashions and uniforms often providing sexual confidence and compelling entertainment before the eventual strip.

‘According to a new survey, women say they feel more comfortable
undressing in front of men than they do undressing in front of other
women. They say that women are too judgmental, whereas, of
course, men are just grateful.’ Robert de Niro

MERKINS

With a name that sounds like something from the Middle Ages, it’s no surprise the pubic wig was invented in 1450 as a substitute cover after a spell of lice infestation and was used later to hide the effects of syphilis and genital warts among prostitutes. Now, they’re surprisingly popular. Called ‘Night Flowers’ in Japan, they are used to make the physically immature look more like fully developed women.

‘I’m just looking for that moment to drop my Jedi knickers and pull
out my real light saber.’ Ewan McGregor after his foray in Star Wars

T-shirt slogans

‘Making Love – That’s What My Girlfriend Does When
I’m Fucking Her’*’Don’t Be Sexist, Broads Hate That’*
‘Gone kissing’*’Tired of screwing? Try riveting’*’Don’t Worry,
It’ll Only Seem Kinky the First Time’