Mound of Venus
Venus was the goddess of love in the ancient world. The ancients raised monuments to her on raised areas of land in order to emulate the pubic area of the female.
Let’s start a new trend among women and the men who love us. Let’s offer praise to this gateway of pleasure and life.
You might be amazed what could begin to open when the Mounds of Venus are given love, praise and adoration.
Stunning view from mount vulva
The world is full of sexy succulent women and men of course…. One could say they hang from the vines like ripe grapes ready to be picked and savoured one by one….
Like What You See?
The ‘gaze’ is a term used to describe how viewers engage with visual media.
It was first used in film theory and criticism in the 1970s. The gaze refers to how we look at visual representations. These include advertisements, television programs and cinema.
The ‘male gaze’ invokes the sexual politics of the gaze and suggests a sexualised way of
looking that empowers men and objectifies women. In the male gaze, the woman is visually positioned as an object of heterosexual male desire.
Her feelings, thoughts and her own sexual drives are less important than her being ‘framed’ by male desire.
Traditional Hollywood films respond to a deep-seated drive known as “scopophilia”: the sexual pleasure involved in looking.
Most popular movies are filmed in ways that satisfy masculine scopophilia.
Why are men infatuated with female breasts?
Evolutionary: breasts resemble buttocks. Pre-human ancestors always mounted from behind.
The buttocks are the primary sexual presentation site in primates.
The breast fetishism derives from the breasts’ similarity to buttocks, providing sexual attraction from the front of the body.
The female bust mimics the buttocks. In our puritanical culture, the buttocks were seen as vulgar, perhaps reminding us too much of the bestial nature of sexual reproduction.
Artefacts called ‘Venus figurines’ by archaeologists are prehistoric depictions of nude women with exaggerated sexual features which represented an early fertility goddess.
The voluptuous figure being the feminine ideal was a mainstay of the ancient world.
Venus (or Aphrodite), was the goddess of renowned beauty for the ancient Greeks and Romans, as well as a goddess of love, pleasure, passion, procreation, fertility, beauty, and desire.
She was typically depicted with a round face, large breasts, and a pear-shaped body.