Romance writer Chloe Thurlow

Literary romance

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Female Parts and the Fashion Gap Mystery

Female parts have always been the first choice of advertisers and the axis around which the fashion industry spins. Legs, teeth, eyes, shoulder-blades and hipbones, feet, hair, lipstick, belly buttons, breasts. Whatever they are selling, female parts slide sharply into focus. Fifty and more years ago, breasts were the lietmotiv of Hollywood leading ladies – Ursula Andress striding out of the sea in that bikini in Dr. No (1962); Elizabeth Taylor in

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Eros to Erotic, Porn & Piccadilly Circus

Eros had curly dark hair tumbling over green eyes and sulky full lips. We met when I was a teenager staying with his family in Paris to improve my French. His real name was Yves, but that night when he slipped down the dark corridor into my bedroom, I felt as if I were in the sculpting hands of Eros. Eros is the Greek word for love. The French in

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A Short History of Breasts

Breasts were first sighted in the 1950s with exponents such as Marilyn Monroe and Brigitte Bardot bringing them under the public gaze. Their prominence reached its peak with the DD revelations of the English actress Diana Dors, placing breasts at the heart of the culture ever since. Breasts had been a closely guarded secret during the Victorian era, the Depression of the 1930s and the war that followed in the

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