Text 8 Mar 1 note In the morning

…But mostly, more than anything, when he comes in me and I get up and have to leave, and I feel him seeping from me though the day, it reminds me that my body and my heart are no longer just mine; there’s a claim on both and when he fucks me every morning and leaves me wet and full of his come, he’s like a lion, marking what’s his. And later that day when I go lie on a bench at work in the sun and my thighs are again damp and I’m still sore and I can smell him on me, it’s like having his hand on the back of my neck all day, it’s like when he looks down at me and whispers to me, ‘I’m in you,’ and he is, there is no getting away from him and I don’t want to.  - anon

Video 5 Dec 1 note

Sweet Sweet Jamaica .. Nah Lef Yuh

Video 5 Dec
Text 28 Nov 2 notes

And she was so young, she didn’t even know you were allowed to laugh like that in the midst of love-making. She hadn’t realized that her body was so lighthearted and mischievous and cheerful.. And when she was with him she was inexhaustible, climaxing and laughing, laughing and climaxing in short , quick spurts, while he held back like a Tibetan yogi, gathering it in from all the corners of himself , as he explained with a conspiratorial smile. From the farthest regions, from the tips of his toes, his elbows, eyelashes, neck, starting from a distance, until she felt his signals, and she would smile in her heart, here it is.. here. To the end of the land - Grossman

Quote 19 Nov 2 notes
Sometimes, your nearness takes my breath away & all the things I want to say can find no voice. Then in silence I can only hope my eyes will speak my heart
— anon
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Video 2 Nov

Day 3: Chiquita Banana

Video 2 Nov

Day 2:  Jamaican Pin Up Model: Sintra Bronte [ Wet T shirt required]

Video 2 Nov

Day 1: Robert Palmer Girls

Text 9 Oct Today we pay homage to living legend David Mancuso

The creator of the infamous “by invitation only” parties in New York City which have come to be known as The Loft. The first such party was held in 1970 and was called"Love Saves The Day". Prior to that, he was playing records for his friends on a semi-regular basis as early as 1966, and these parties became so popular that by 1971 he decided to do this on a weekly basis. His parties have the free-wheeling feel and intimacy found in the classic rent party or house party. Mancuso is a pioneer in that he carefully thought out and refined his concept of “private party”, as distinct from the more overtly commercial business model of the nightclub. In the early 1970’s, Mancuso prevailed after one of longest ever administrative trials of the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs. Despite this heavy-handed NYC regulatory agency’s desire to make life difficult for Mancuso and the Loft “family”, he was vindicated and allowed to legally throw his private parties, free of government interference, when the DCA ruled that he was not selling food or beverages directly OR indirectly to the public. He was found to therefore be exempt from the need for a NYC “Cabaret License”. Mancuso’s success at keeping his parties “underground” and “legal” at the same time was an inspiration to other music entrepreneurs and DJ’s, and many famous private Discotheques of the 1970’s and 1980’s were modeled after The Loft’s operational blueprint, including The Paradise GarageThe Gallery, and The Saint, to name but a few. Mancuso also helped start the record pool system for facilitating the distribution of promotional records to the qualified disc jockey


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