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Monahan (44) 11-16-07  05:14pm
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Outstanding PG Site, Not Great Video

The site will satisfy anyone who is interested in what once were called PG (Pretty Girl) photo sets, meaning the photos are the softest of soft core (would pass the strictest censors in the late 60's/early 70's). The videos are, as stated elsewhere, boring and mostly basic photo sessions captured on video.

Being a video guy myself, and having dropped in on the site a few times in the past, I haven't visited in a while. But because I'm signed up for their newsletter, I received an offer to sign up for $19.95 that I accepted.

Contrary to comments made elsewhere, there are many photo sets with the babes in full spread eagle poses with their, frequently large, labia lips on full display.

Conversely, there is no masturbation or insertions of any kind at all, and only a very few of the multiple model sets have any erotic lesbian content at all.

But there's no site that has better "PG" photography that I've run across.

A negative that needs mentioniong is that there is no searchable data base for their huge collection. That means if you want to find a blonde with large breasts, or a brunette with pubic hair, or outdoor active shots, etc., you must look through the entire catalog that can be displayed as "magazine covers" or as head shots.

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hondaman (7) I dont think that seeing a woman's labia or vagina as can be seen in some met art sets would ever pass a 60's censor seeing as they airbrushed out labia back then.
11-13-08  01:53pm

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Monahan (44) REPLY TO #1 - hondaman :

If I recall correctly Playboy started with full frontal nudity in the late 1960's followed quickly by Penthouse and Hustler. Perhaps the labia displays began in the early 1970, not the late 60's, but my point is that Met Art's stuff is really of that era except that the Met Art models are quite a bit younger than those appearing in the mags of the 70's.
11-13-08  09:44pm

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