Tempest is a performance artist who describes her dances as “Nouveau Noir” though there is clearly a neo-Victorian influence as well as shades of Old Hollywood. No matter how one would describe her work, we can all agree it is a delightful distraction from the bump and grind jail bait videos that pervade YouTube. Here’s a video of her performance at Gothla in England:
Here’s another live performance from a belly dance festival in Pennsylvania:
She has a website for you to visit complete with gallery so I won’t keep you. Click the pic to visit her home on the web.
This image of Jane Russell comes from a deadlicious collection of 1940s era women in various states of undress brandishing their guns. The images were originally published in pinup magazine Paris-Hollywood which featured starlets like Ava Gardner, Esther Williams, and Rita Hayworth. Some of the images are NSFW (if you work with prudes or minors).
Her name is Jandi Lin, she’s an adult performer and has posted a video on her MySpace of her visit to a Star Trek convention with fellow actress Aiden Starr and what looks like a typical Trekkie. Well, except for the palling around with hot women.
Now that you’ve seen this, could you watch one of her … *ahem* … performances without the disturbing thought running through your mind that at that same moment she’s practicing her Klingon?
What’s the verdict? A turn on because it makes her seem accessible or is this the kind of thing you just don’t want to know about your favorite adult actress?
Speaking of famous hot web nerds, look who’s in mourning for Gary Gygax.
A tip of the chapeau to Gram the Man.
You read that right. A Lovecraft themed belly dance performance. It’s actually quite good and lives up to its name. One could imagine the sinuous gyrations of dancer calling forth the great old ones.
Or perhaps summoning a few hundred dollars in tips.
Either way a fiendishly delightful distraction for the gentlemen out there. And don’t worry about your lady’s reaction. It’s art.
It starts out slow, stick with it.
This YouTube offering featuring images of 19th Century erotic post cards set to music has delighted surfers for the last several months. Much more artistic than the standard nude pics of today the images still mange to convey a decadent sensibility missing from today’s garish porn industry.
Not safe for work, but you’ll likely be able to get away with it at home. Just tell the Mrs. it’s not porn, it’s art.