"What is one man's meat is another man's poison."
All of the
images/themes in the Collection may not appeal to your personal tastes.
Obviously they appealed to whomever created them. In the
sense, it reflects the diversity of human personalities and fantasies.
Collection is comprised of images from adult public sites and
as Yahoo!, MSN, Excite, and Lycos. These have been circulating
the Internet for years. I just was at the right place at the right
time to archive
them to save you some "surfing time". I'm sharing them
with you to give
you opportunity to harmlessly fantasize like I do while all-the-time
what is "Fantasy" should not be taken seriously
to the city streets (except
for possible "role-playing" with a spouse). Indeed, I
think that I've almost
done a public service in a sense by keeping frustrated persons
at home. Note that there will always be some small percentage that
commit crimes. The argument that images such as these motivate
behavior is as ridiculous as blaming television and movies for all evil
There have been some recent laws that were designed to protect
minors from being exploited. As best as I understand them, any
that depicts an explicit sexual scene (e.g., intercourse) has to have
names/ages/addresses on-file with that posting website's
"Keeper of the Records". This is so that law enforcement
check on what might appear to be an underaged minor.
This does not apply (again, as best as I interpret it) to
photo-manipulations, etc. And some officials have exceeded their
duties by using these laws to obtain the street addresses of the
for purposes of dating. It is of no surprise that many lawsuits
are pending in the
courts on principles such as invasion of privacy.
The U.S. Supreme
ruled in February, 2002 that artwork (including
"poser" art, etc.) was considered "fantasy" and protected
Freedom of Speech.
In addition, "child
on-line protection" laws (ca. 1998) which
required websites to
ascertain the age of a browser have been in legal
The courts favor parents installing "filtering"
software on their kids' computers
so as to not infringe upon Free
Speech rights of adults.
If something "fell through the cracks" or new laws have been
passed and a law
enforcement agency thinks it is illegal, e-mail me using your official
or e-mail my website host (firstname.lastname@example.org)
with reference to the actual
images. No need to make the proverbial "Federal case"
out of something when
it can be quickly resolved. I figure that if I make things easier
the same will be extended to me.
This archive was started in 2000 for
intent of inspiring imaginations
<= the difference between real-life Violence
and Fantasy Adult Role-Playing
<= suspension of the 1998 child on-line
protection act pending court appeal