Well-endowed models in handy travel-sized books
by Perrin Drumm in Culture on 23 April 2012
Whatever your persuasion, two of Taschen’s upcoming releases are sure to keep you satisfied. The Little Book of Big Breasts and The Little Book of Big Penis pack a punch in just 192 palm-sized pages. The 4.7 x 6.5-inch book is discrete enough to hide behind one of Taschen’s larger tomes—like The Big Book of Pussy, if you dare.
For breast lovers who like their ladies with lots of curves, 150 of the most celebrated breast models from the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s keep the book busting at the seams. Aficionados will no doubt recognize the well-endowed Virginia Bell, Joan Brinkman, Candy Samples, Chesty Morgan and Guinness Book of World Records holder for the biggest, Miss Norma Stitts. This isn’t simply a condensed version of Taschen’s 398-page celebration of breasts: 40% of the content is completely unique to this edition.
To even things out on the gender scale The Little Book of Big Penis is the same diminutive size with an equally big payoff. Also packed with new content not found in the larger version, it includes more than 150 gigantic jewels from the ’40s to the ’90s, proof that a tight package never goes out of style. Those in the know need to introduction to the hardware on David Hurdles of Old Reliable, Rip Colt of Colt Studio and Jim Jaeger of Third World Studios. No doubt you’ll discover a few new faces to love (and by faces we mean penises) in varying stages of arousal.
If you love them both, at $9.99 you can easily stock up to double your pleasure. Find them at Taschen and on Amazon.
The stereotype of girl who works in porn is that she’s either a drug addict or comes from an abusive background or both. How much of that do you actually see?
SG : You really don’t. Of course a lot of people smoke pot, but I don’t see that as a much problem unless someone is stoned 24/7.
Can filming a porn scene actually be pleasurable for a woman?
SG : Definitely. One of the other things I do before a scene is I try to use a vibrator or something like that, so that I know that it’s not just about the other person; it’s for me as well.
Read more: http://www.askmen.com/celebs/interview_400/408_sasha-grey-interview.html#ixzz1gKY3D7h5
“I’m just a stoner chick from Fullerton, California who has found her purpose in life.”
How else did she get her last name?