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Easter Sunday Special – Hot Crucifixion

So here we are on Easter Sunday. Fuck the eggs and the bunnies! My fellow sacrilegious carnality lovers, there is no symbol more representative of Easter than a crucifixion, and no crucifixion hotter than….

Yes, Raquel Welch in a skimpy animal fur pelt bound to a crucifix. Voila! Apparently, from my careful examination of her attire, this relates to the classic movie of teenager wet dreams, One Million Years B.C. (wherein she starred as Loana The Fair One),

Raquel Welch bound to a crucifix to publcize movie One Million Years B.C.

And Where is My Mastodon?

Raquel/ Loana, the scantily clad cave woman in the 1966 camp classic, was a source of inspiration for teenagers’ fevered wet dreams for at least a couple of decades. Or so I’ve heard. From my grandpa. (People still had to use their imaginations back in the days B.I. (Before Internet), kids.)

Indeed further research reveals that this image of Raquel is one of a set shot by Terry O’Neill for the cover of Esquire magazine in the 60’s to publicize the actress’s role in the cavewoman movie.

Raquel looked great in fetishy attire too. Here she is  in a racy barbarian/sci-fi getup wielding a wicked looking whip,


Raquel Welch cracking the whip at the rowing galley slaves in the movie The Magic Christian

Row faster ye bitches! You can rest when you’re dead!


That is a great image from an awful movie The Magic Christian, 1969, and here’s another delicious image, showing that Raquel was presiding over the rowing galley of topless slave babe rowers:


raquel welch commanding the topless galley slaves rowing in The Magic Christian movie

and here is another in color showing better detail of Raquel’s outfit, as well as her two slave drummers for setting the rowing stroke cadence,

Raquel Welch in her whip cracking barbarian outfit with two topless drummers in the slave rowing galley

Now you don’t need to waste $2.99 renting the movie. Unless you are dying to watch Ringo Starr not act.

But I appear to be drifting away from crucifixions for Easter, so…………………..

Here is another hot bondage crucifixion image that comes to us from a painting by Albert von Keller and his work entitled Mondschein (1894):
image of the fine art painting entitled Mondschein painted by Albert Von Keller
Keller (1844-1920) is a pretty obscure European painter who reveled in the realm of the feminine, at a time in which actresses, dancers and mediums of Europe were liberating themselves from social constraints. Constraints weren’t cool, but bondage is always cool.

Now wasn’t that better than screwing around dyeing hard boiled eggs?

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