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An Art Form
Posted:Jun 2, 2019 2:37 am
Last Updated:Jun 22, 2019 11:51 pm
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Yes. Porn is art. The major issue is that due to the negative view that
explicit depiction of sex has in even the 'sexually enlightened' West,
the depiction of sex is still considered in negative terms. I have
photos from my "swinging seventies" days, and I think they are art-ful.
Of course beauty, like everything else, is beholden to the eyeholder.



Rhiannon rings like a bell through the night
And wouldn't you love to love her?
Takes to the sky like a bird in flight
And who will be her lover?
All your life you've never seen a woman taken by the wind
Would you stay if she promised to you heaven?
Will you ever win?

She is like a cat in the dark
And then she is the darkness
She rules her life like a fine skylark
And when the sky is starless
All your life you've never seen a woman taken by the wind
Would you stay if she promised to you heaven?
Will you ever win?
Will you ever win?

She rings like a bell through the night
And wouldn't you love to love her?
She rules her life like a bird in flight
And who will be her lover?
All your life you've never seen a woman taken by the wind
Would you stay if she promised to you heaven?
Will you ever win?
Will you ever win?

Oooooh
Taken by
Taken by the sky
Taken by
Taken by the sky
Taken by
Taken by the sky

Dreams unwind
Love's a state of mind
Dreams unwind
Love's a state of mind


Rhiannon, strong minded Otherworld woman, who chooses Pwyll, prince of Dyfed (west Wales), as her consort:

The Rhiannon myth was the inspiration for the g "Rhiannon" by Stevie Nicks, who had read the name in Mary Leader's novel Triad during a flight, liked the name, and wrote the g in 10 minutes. She later learned of the Welsh myth and was shocked to learn that her g fit the myth, though it is likely that the novel Triad is loosely based on the Welsh Triads, medieval mnemonic lists of people and places in Welsh tradition. "Angel" by Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac and "The Birds of Rhiannon" by Faith and the Muse are based on this myth, as well as the g "Rhiannon" from German folk band, Faun.
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