Friday, August 18, 2017

Agent Triple P Blog Links!

Attention! This post is for all of the fans of Agent Triple P's blogs who have reached out to me in his absence. I have some links to share with you! Please click on the following:



THE LUST WORLD


THE CHRONICLES OF TRIPLE P


VENUS OBSERVATIONS



So glad to have him back!


XoXo

Scarlett



While you're here, allow me to share the link to my official website, where you can find more about me, as well as browse my fiction: https://www.scarlettknight.org/


18 comments:

  1. Thanks Scarlett and thanks to those who contacted her regarding my deleted (not by me!) blogs (I still don't understand why!). My friend Angela is now hosting them for me.

    I am gradually repopulating the first two. Venus Observations will this time concentrate on art on the basis that Blogger can't block that (hopefully!).

    A new version of the adventures of Triple P will appear soon too.

    Thanks for all your support and messages!

    Agent Triple P

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    1. Hi, after some web delving I have found an archive of Venus Observations. It's here: http://archive.is/search/?q=venus+observations+venus+revealed+pubic+wars
      You can download all the content, pics and text and it all looks good.
      Within the admittedly narrow field of erotic entertainment/art these essays are an important contribution of work and deserve greater recognition covering as they do, a critical time in the history of our culture. I am not surprised they have been cited in academic works.
      Many thanks again to Agent Triple P for the dedication, care and passion you devoted to these beautifully written paeans to, in reality, the wonderful women who presented themselves so willingly for our sexual delight and pleasure. Personally, I have kept several pictorials of favourite ladies who, even after all these years, never fail to excite me. Like a lot of your subscribers, I grew up in the seventies when Penthouse and like magazines were virtually my only source of realistic sex education. More than that, and perhaps it sounds contra-intuitive, the pictorials made me appreciate women as complete beings, not just so-called sex objects. I think this is because models were presented erotically and not simply pornographically as the internet does today. There was a magic and sensuousness to them which compelled the viewer to appreciate the girls' beauty and personality (even if invented) along with their bodies and sexual allure. It's true that context is everything and the photographers’ abilities to adorn models with lovely clothes and place them in decorous or unusual settings only increased their excitement and erotic appeal. It also helped that photographers' creativity and inventiveness, along with the desire for greater explicitness was driven by the highly competitive market in which the magazines operated. As models were able to reveal more so my understanding and appreciation of women's bodies grew as well. We will not see this type of photography again; it is time locked into the late 20th century sexual revolution which, when combined with the wistful longing for youth, propels its nostalgia value. These women meant something to us, they were crucial to our youth and sexual schooling and that's why we remember them and want to remember them.
      Thanks again for your endeavours. It has been a true labour (or should that be labia) of love.
      Stephen Holland.
      PS. One feature I’d like to see is subscribers’ poll of favourite models. It would be fascinating to see how our selections compared with others. It would be easy to do, after all, every girl your ever wanted is here for your delectation.

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    2. Well said! I know that Agent Triple P appreciates your enjoyment of his posts!

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    3. I notice that a lot of the pubic wars posts aren't there. Am I just missing them?

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    4. I'd love to host those articles, with all credit to you, for you on my blog, http://Vintage-Nude.com as I referred to them constantly and have about 100 broken links I need to "fix". It is a self hosted blog, on a webhost that is pretty liberal so no chance of them getting deleted.

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  2. Thanks for the information, Scarlett!

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    1. I noticed it doesn't contain anything after 1940s
      I was featured on Venus Observations also and he had some great photos of me that I don't even have.. what happened to those?

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  3. Thank you Scarlett - you provided the key to solving the Triple P mystery. Sounds like you are responsible for reanimating most of his traffic, myself included.

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  4. Thanks, Scarlett, for keeping things going. Appreciated!

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  5. No Centerfolds from older magazines? Why didn't you switch to WordPress where I'm at. After something like that I surely would have switched. For like $28/year I rent the domain name from them so you don't have to find me on WordPress. I just have a .com name. I do vintage nudity from magazines then people vote for their favorite. Venus Observations was a big inspiration. So much more informative than mine.

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  6. I too wonder why the magazine photos are absent. Is it a copyright issue?

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  7. I was featured in Venus Observations too from my centerfold in 1976 and it had great photos of me that I don't even have.. would love to see them again...

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    1. He may try to re-post some of the posts that he lost! Right now, I believe he's putting extra focus into his writing. But you may see the old posts pop up sometime soon!

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  8. Michael Carvalho SilvaJuly 25, 2018 at 5:38 PM

    I want to see so much sexy and naked old photos of Charles Martin Smith, Olga Karlatos, Laura Gemser, Carla Gravina, William Hootkins, Evi Marandi, Marilu Tolo, Cyril Roussos, Kaya Scodelario, Carla Buzzanca, Stefano Miltsakakis, Laurie Mock, Mimsey Farmer and Gailard Sartain because they all was so gorgeous and so sexy back in day. They all was absolutely very spetacular and so irresistible aswell.

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  9. Are his "Pubic Wars" posts still around anywhere or did they get yanked for copyright infringements? Thanks.

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