Posts Tagged ‘Females’

her blouse …



her blouse falls open
like a high cupboard
… her nipples
like painted pink tips
on porcelain

(Julian O’Dea)

Three new photos of Carolyn Farina

I haven’t seen these photographs before. I have written about Carolyn Farina a few times on this blog (I admit to having a “screen crush” on her). These pictures were presumably taken when Metropolitan (1990) was being released. Miss Farina (the short-haired brunette) was about 26 years old.




This remains my favourite shot of her, from about the same time.




yes, I look at women’s shoes

yes, I look at women’s
shoes … that’s where
the ankles live


(Julian O’Dea)


Samuel Johnson said it all on women preaching


“I told him I had been that morning at a meeting of the people called Quakers, where I had heard a woman preach.  Johnson: “Sir, a woman’s preaching is like a dog’s walking on his hind legs.  It is not done well; but you are surprised to find it done at all.”
Boswell: Life”

Derek Walcott, Caribbean Nobel Laureate poet, dead

The famous poet Derek Walcott has died. It might interest Manosphere people that he was accused at times of “sexual harassment”. This is a surprisingly fair account:

This spiteful campaign has neither rhyme nor reason

Here is a painting of his, “Portrait of Claudia in Yellow Armchair – Derek Walcott”:



Fifties women: often with short hair and in slacks



The girl on the left is sporting a very typical look from the time.

Ghanaian girl